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Hi all, A quick run down... I've been hand grinding only since Christmas but I'm already bored of it and would like to purchase my first electric grinder! I drink maybe two cups of black coffee each day and use an Aeropress. I have a subscription with Pact for my beans and have them delivered every two weeks. Now I'm sure you have had plenty of people ask about budget grinders, and I wish I had time to look through the posts, but I currently have no internet access at my new flat (moved in last Sunday) and won't have for another three weeks. My time at work to research is limited so hopefully you don't mind another new guy asking the same old question! Before I came on this forum, I was tempted to go with the Bodum (SORRY!!!) as it looks quite smart and seemed to have good reviews. Since reading into it, it seems that it would have trouble grinding fine enough for Aeropress as I'm lead to believe you need espresso grind. So, I'm happy to spend up to £100 on my first electric grinder and don't mind going second hand but I'd really like to cap it at that. Moving into my new flat has been rather expensive and I have a list of other things to buy - which the Mrs thinks are more important! I'd like it to be fairly compact and trendy looking to keep her happy, and I'll be grinding just enough in the mornings to take to work for 2/3 aeropress coffees. Thanks in advance for your advice!!
Morning all, I am looking to upgrade my grinder. If anyone has anything to offer that would be fantastic, I have a budget preferably around the £160 mark but could stretch to £200! To give you an idea of what I'm looking for I have been looking at the Eureka Mignon Mk2. Thanks
Sooooo, this is a bit of a weird questions, but I am actually getting married in the coming months and am playing with the idea of putting a beautiful grinder on the registration list. Of course I don't want to put something too expensive and have guests feeling like I'm trying to milk them for as much as I can get.....because let's be honest, that's no fun. What would you consider to be a good quality option that isn't jaw droppingly expensive? And if you were checking out a registration list, what price point would you think is reasonable and at what point would you exclaim "are they nuts!?!?!?!" Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks!
Hello All I'm looking to buy a new grinder as part of a budget set up. I'm looking to spend £300-400 for a grinder and espresso machine, and want to buy second hand to get more for my money. With regards the espresso machine I think I'm going to go for an (old?) gaggia classic. Any suggestions for a suitable grinder? Has to be fairly compact as we have a small kitchen! Thanks