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  1. Hi all, Apologies but this has probably been discussed until the cows come home. I have a Duo temp pro and have been getting beans ground for me from the shop but I have found a new local roaster with freshly roastedbeans and a consistent flavour compared to the shop. I've been looking at grinders but unfortunately don't have alot to spend. I tried the Melitta Molino Coffee Grinder, 1019-01 but wanted a finer grind. I have been looking at the Krupps GVX231 and Delongi KG79. Are there any other in a similar price range that would be better? or which is the better of the two, its for espresso. Thanks in advance Trev
  2. Hello First time posting but have enjoyed reading this forum. I'm looking to purchase a Sage DTP as my first dedicated espresso machine. This forum has swayed me towards purchasing a Eureka grinder but I am slightly confused by the range of models that can produce a decent espresso grind. Is there a good rule of thumb on which one to purchase? Counter space and £ is an issue. Many thanks Nico
  3. Much to the displeasure of SWMBO, I just picked up a refurbished SJ on Ebay. Now, I haven't much of a clue what to check over and any first steps I should take now that it's arrived! All suggestions welcome.
  4. Hi, I'm new to the forum and the whole art / science of good espresso. I recently got hold of a Gaggia Classic as my old Dualit machine died. It's great, and I've got a pressure gauge, learned how to adjust the OPV, and replaced the steam wand. But my sticking point is my grinder - it's a Dualit 75015. I know it's not a good grinder, but while I wait to save / find a cheap enough used grinder, can anybody suggest how to get the best of what I've got? Set to its finest, and with a firm tamp, it only takes 10-15s to pull a 1 oz shot. Shall I lower the pressure below 9 bar? Do I need to resort to pre-ground coffee? Any help much appreciated! Ben
  5. Hi, I’m looking to get an electric burr grinder for espresso to use with a Gaggia Classic. I have a Hario Skerton hand grinder that is OK for coarser grinds but takes an age for espresso. I’m grinding more than I expected as my wife is quite liking the coffee I’m making so need a couple more shots every morning. Any suggestions on a new or second hand grinder in the sub £150 range that I should consider? Doesnt have to have a dosing mechanism, ideally not massive or can be put in a cupboard if needed. The new ones I have seen at this price point seem to have more steel burrs than ceramic ones and some people didn’t think they worked well for espresso i.e Barraza Encore. Open to suggestions though.
  6. Hi ... It's my 1st post. Would like to know. What grinder best fit for light commercial use. I have vibiemme domobar super rotary. And the bundling come with 3 options Compack k3 dozer / touch or eureka zenith club / mignon. What would you think best for this setup? Thanks before.
  7. Hi there I've noticed my Porlex mini hand grinder starts grinding finely but a minute later has sped up massively and is spitting out large chunks of beans. Obviously it just needs twisting in/tightening to make the grounds fine again, and I can tell when it's happening as it gets much easier/faster to turn the handle, but I am wondering if this is common to all Porlex handgrinders, or if it's likely that I have mistakenly bought a (not-cheap) counterfeit? It looks alright to me, but there are some amazing fake products available here on Taobao (Chinese shopping site) where I bought it, so you never know. Has anyone had the same problem and is there a way around it? Thanks Billie
  8. I'm looking for my first decent grinder, having owned only a basic Krups burr model in the past (broke after a year) and now a dreadful blade machine (gift from well-meaning but uninitiated friends). Started a thread here yesterday which generated some helpful responses (thank you @les24preludes @MildredM). Looking to expand on these suggestions in this section of the forum... Basically need something for espresso and the occasional Aeropress. Budget of £350 and happy to take pre-owned if it's in good nick. Space is a considerable issue in my kitchen, as are aesthetics (active branch of the Kitchen Police in my area). Am considering a used Baratza Forte but concerned by what I've read on this forum about warranty/repair issues and customer service. Any thoughts or suggestions welcome please! Oh and I'm keen to find something quite soon, aka impatient. Thanks in advance.
  9. Hi guys, whilst I I'm not exactly new to coffee I am to this forum and this particular mindset of making coffee. I don't have a lot of spare cash at the moment so I'm at a "make do" stage with my De'Longhi Dedica until I can save enough for a decent machine. So, during this stage I'm trying to make better coffee with what I have and started grinding my own beans which has already made a difference . I bought a Firlar hand grinder from Amazon which seems to be pretty generic and appears to go under several different badges for different prices. It does a decent enough job of grinding beans but is a bit slow so I bought a Dualit grinder under the impression it would be okay for espresso. The Amazon ad says this and lots of reviews said it's fine for espresso and it does seem to be if one uses a pressurised basket (which the reviews don't say). But I was keen to try unpressurised espresso from the Dedica and bought a basket and removed the plastic contraption from the PF. When I put coffee in it from the Dualit (set on the finest grind) it poured through in about 5 seconds. Hmm, not impressed to say the least! My little Firlar on the other hand ground so fine the coffee wouldn't pass through the filter so I adjusted it back a notch and it seems fine producing a really nice crema and coffee which does appear to be slightly up on the pressurised coffee quality. The only trouble is it takes more than 5 minutes to grind enough coffee for a double shot. The upshot is apart from being slow, the little Firlar is a cracking little grinder and the Dualit a disappointment. I backed a Kickstarter coffee grinder project nearly 2 years ago ( ) and am kind of hanging on for it and was hoping the Dualit would be a stopgap and it would be okay if I stayed with a pressurised system. But having tasted unpressurised coffee from my machine I'm thinking this is the way I'd like to go and the grinder doesn't seem up to the job. So do you think I should try to return the Dualit to Amazon and say it's just not as advertised in that it cannot grind fine enough or should I try to modify it an probably screw up any warranty? And what then, continue to grind by hand until my Voltaire comes along or buy a different grinder? Any suggestions please will be very gratefully accepted.
  10. Very new to this forum and got my first ever coffee grinder yesterday. I am looking to use it for espresso so will not be adjusting it once I am satisfied with the grind. I have a few questions and would appreciate suggestions: 1) I am noticing that the 'chute' (see 2nd picture) which the grinded coffee exits still has a small amount left which I cannot reach (perhaps not visible in this photo). Is this a design flaw or am I doing something wrong? It is slightly annoying since there is a plastic fitting preventing reaching this. 2) Am I right in thinking I need 7 grams of beans to grind for one shot of espresso? 3) Do people tend to just put in a whole bag of beans into the machine or do they do it one drink at a time (see 1st picture)? I am doing one drink at a time. 4) Is putting the whole beans in the fridge prior to grinding in any way beneficial? Or is it just a myth I heard a few years back...? 5) I have to press the button 3-4 times to complete a grind of 7 grams-is this normal? The instructions say something about being able to adjust the length that it grinds for though I have followed these instructions and cannot find the part they are talking about to adjust this....not sure if it is for another model or something. Thanks in advance and apologies for the newbie questions though hopefull, in time, I can help other people answer similar questions.
  11. Hi All My husband loves coffee but goes through fazes of having pour over, espresso, and milky coffees. At the moment he's on pour over but we are looking to invest in a great espresso machine as well (currently only have been to cup). So, I want to start with the grinder. Is there such a thing as a grinder that will do both great espresso and great pour over. Sorry, I am such a total novice I have absolutely no clue so apologies if this is a ridiculous question! Thank you lovely people PS, would prefer to stay under £500 mark but want something that will last.
  12. I'm shortly to pick up a second hand Rocket Giotto Evoluzione v2 and I need a grinder to go with it. I also backed the Niche Indigogo campaign so whatever I get is a stop-gap. I'll want to sell on in a year unless that campaign fails. So I'm thinking I want to minimise outlay on something older that would also be easy enough to sell on. If it looked scruffy I probably wouldn't care much. I'm a novice so entry level is probably right too - it's only for the short term. But it would need to fit on a counter with wall cupboard above. A well used Eureka Mignon would be ideal but I'm not sure they ever come up. What else should I look for? Budget depends on what's around and does the job. If I spent sub £150 that would seem reasonable and less would be good. What would you expect to lose in a year? 20%? Currently I have a Bodum burr thing which I don't think grinds fine enough to even try it with an espresso machine. So that'll have to go - I assume eBay makes more sense than here and that it's worth very little even though it's in decent nick.
  13. Hi there, I am new to the forum and quite new to quality coffee. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good quality burr grinder that is not huge. After taking a friends recommendation I was happily bidding on a Mazzer Super Jolly when saw one in the pub and realised just how big it was! Our kitchen is not huge and we only have a few coffees a day. Cheers Mike
  14. As the title says - I am clueless when it comes to Grinders. The Gaggia classic is coming to the end of life and i'm looking to upgrade and thinking the Appartamento is what iI want so I need something that would suit the machine. So all advice would be greatly received. As an extra curve ball I still have my la pavoni professional that I could use again - so could invest in a grinder now that would also work with this and the the Rocket when I get it. The La paving went away three years ago because I couldn't get a shot out of it - because I didn't pay head to peoples advice and get a grinder. I will listen this time! Thanks Stephen
  15. Hi all. Have been lurking for a while, trying to make a decision on a first grinder. It seems most people here are discussing grinders for espresso making, which makes sense at the process really shows up a lousy grinder! I will mostly be drinking press coffee, at least to start with, then hopefully go onto espresso sometime in the future, so am looking to get something that can do a great coarser grind as well as a good/ decent espresso grind (if possible). For this reason I was thinking a stepped grinder; something like the Rancilio Rocky. From what I've read this will do a good all round job and is a common entry level grinder. They appear to be around £235 new these days, which is at the top end of what I want to spend. Are there any better suggestions around this price, considering my main uses? Am I over thinking this and should just be getting a cheap grinder for press and spend more later when I get an espresso maker? I've heard there are good second hand grinders to be had once I get 5 posts, so maybe something from there would be a better option? Lots of questions, many have probably been asked (I did a quick search, so apologies if this has been covered previously), I appreciate any help. Thanks in advance DHS
  16. Hi I am new on here. Just upgraded my Moka pot and bought a Super Giada on the cheap. Still using my Rhino type of grinder. I screw it up hard for a fine grind and the grinder comes loose as I grind. I tend to make two or three espresso a day and the good lady enjoys a latte every now and then. I have done a lot of research and it appears if I want a good grinder I need to think commercial. Girlfriend says I can have whatever I want as long as I dont spend more than £200 I have done a lot of research was looking at the Sage Pro some reviews are good some bad. Like the idea of a Cunhill but wonder if I might end up wasting more coffee than I use when grinding. Was thinking about a Zassenhaus Santiago. Can anyone please suggest the best grinder I can find for three espressos a day budget £200?
  17. Hi guys Iam new in coffee world and finaly decided I need my first coffee grinder, Could you tell me where is the best place to buy it?
  18. Hi I am looking for a compact grinder to start my espresso set up, to keep the Mrs happy it needs to be small. I am looking to buy used for around £150 is there anything that matches this ??
  19. Hi, As I previously mentioned in my other thread, I'm pretty new to using pump espresso machine. A friend gave me coffee beans but I don't have a grinder yet, would you use a usual food processor to grind them or dedicated coffee grinder? Is there any difference whether you use food processor or coffee grinder? Thanks
  20. So just starting out in my coffee journey and enjoying using my moka pot and french press. Ive been using a hario grinder which seems to do the job but labour intensive. Eventually i'll be looking at an espresso machine but want to get a good or at least half decent grinder for this purpose. Most people point towards the super jolly but price seems to be around the £200 mark now if you can even find one for sale. Im only willing to show £100 to £150 on a grinder as its only one in the morning and then a couple at the weekend. Would i be better looking at the better end hand grinders like the feldgrind or the cheaper end of the electric grinders say like a smart grinder pro? If i had the money and patients i would hold out for a super jolly but i have neither. thanks tom
  21. Newbie here. I've a question regarding coffee grinders. I don't want to spend an absolute fortune but understand from all my reading on here how important the coffee grinder is. I do not currently possess an espresso machine however it is something I'd like to do in the future. Budget isn't there right now for grinder and espresso machine. With the above in mind could anyone recommend a coffee grinder for use with a French press that would also be future proofed for use with an espresso machine down the line? Budget is around £200
  22. Hi guys, i use a Hario grinder with a glass collection cup at home in conjunction with a French press. I work overseas and need a sturdy travel option to take with me. I will be using a French press or similar brew method of coffee making. I need something light, sturdy and reliable. Im considering a Made by Knock Feldgrind. Is there any any other alternatives? if not where is the best place to buy one? Many thanks wayne
  23. So I have been getting to grips with my Saeco Gran Crema which after a thorough clean following 10 years in a wardrobe seems to be working ok. I have been using Rave espresso grind colombian suarez but think it may be time to start investing in a grinder. Budget was circa £300 and I thought I was set on the Eureka Mignon but as usual start digging around and find the thread from 2013 with the Grind Off where the Mignon scored the lowest marks but up near the top was the Mahlkonig Vario Home which is only slightly over budget at £380 and could be worth saving for (both from Bella Barista). Then further reading and looking through classifieds/ebay leads me to finding SH Mazzer Super Jollys for circa £300-£350. I hope to go on the Rave barista course to learn how to use the equipment properly but any help on which way I should be leaning grinder wise would be much appreciated. I will then plan to upgrade my espresso machine at some point later next year (Fracino Cherub currently top of the list). Thanks in advance - Rich
  24. Hi everyone, I'm new to the good coffee world, but I already feel that I will never be able to go back to the ordinary stuff. At the moment I have an Aeropress and access to some very good beans, but I haven't got a long-term grinding solution so I'm hoping you can help me solve the dilemma fairly quickly. I've been using a borrowed Skerton for a couple of days now and I'm happy with the grind but not with the grinding process (i.e. 4 min of exercise for 40g of beans is not ideal), so I'd like to get me an electric grinder for everyday use. I was going to get me a Nivona Cafegrano 130 (which, as far as I understood, is the locally available version of Jura-Capresso Infinity) for just over £70, but I discovered the Krups GVX2 for just over £40 and I see that reviews are relatively ok. So, the question is - will the Krups give me a worse grind quality than the Skerton (too much heat, since I gather the burrs spin quite fast)? If yes, I'd go for Nivona, which should be quite good for what I need at the moment (everything but espresso). Thanks!
  25. Hi, I'm new to this site but would appreciate some advice re grinders. Here's how it happened... I only went on the John Lewis website to check out their Christmas baubles, but spotted the Heston B coffee grinder...this set me wondering. Help! So, I'm a long time Gaggia Classic (modded with a Silvia wand) owner - maybe I need a new machine too?! Lol. I've been drinking pre-ground coffee as I've not had the cash to buy a decent grinder. So I think I can afford to spend up to £200 and would like a suggestions list of grinders to check out. Oh I'd prefer new or manufacturer refurb as I like a warranty. Ta.
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