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  1. I am selling a Eureka Mignon Specialita coffee grinder in gloss black, with Chrome chute and touch screen display. This small prosumer coffee grinder has an stepless adjustable grind range suitable for French Press, espresso and even Turkish coffee. Grind duration can be timed or manual. If you own a coffee machine with a portafilter, you can take advantage of the hands-free holder. The large capacity (300g) hopper is ideal for those users who have a large throughput of coffees every day. The grinder is suitable for light commercial applications (eg, a small café) as well as domestic users who drink coffee frequently. The grinder is in almost “as new” condition. It was bought in April 2018 from Bella Barista for £379 and has been used once or twice daily, so usage has been minimal. The transferable warranty extends to April 2020 (see warranty card in images). I am selling because my son has given me a new Niche grinder, which is more suitable for my single-dose usage. The Eureka is in full working order. It comes in its original packaging together with warranty card to April 2020 and instruction manual • Touch screen with 2 Programmable doses, total control of grinding time and continuous model. • ACE system which prevents the formation of clumps and guarantees cleanliness and dose precision. • The large 55mm burrs offer excellent grind dispersion, speed and performance. • “Hands free" fork suitable for any type of filter holder. • Stepless micrometric regulation system patented by Eureka guarantees incomparable grinding performances in terms of quality and precision. • Grinder Motor: 260Watt Bean Hopper Capacity: 300g • Height: 350mm Width: 120mm Depth: 180mm Weight: 5.6kg For a quick sale, I am asking £200 for the grinder, which is almost half-price compared to new. The grinder can be collected from my home in Cardiff or despatched at cost by courier. (this is likely to be no more than £30)
  2. I would be really grateful if as many of you as possible could have a go at this questionnaire. Since technology really isn't my thing, I have fingers crossed that it works okay. I have checked with Glenn and have the thumbs up for posting, so just need as many as possible to have a bash. Kindes, Sophie https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5RMC9NS
  3. Good Afternoon All and thanks in advance. Does anybody know where i can potentially get some spare parts for my rr45 grinder ideally UK if not somewhere that does not charge an a small fortune to get it delivered? Burrs are not to bad yet can not seem to get the flavours out of my fudge infused rave coffee beans any ideas on the matter? (using a gaggia classic which may not help to much) Coffee is good but just not getting the flavours through unlike other friends that have the same beans. thanks again Steve
  4. Hi guys, so I'm in the market for a new Mahlkonig Vario and I've just seen a lot of posts about upgrading the Burrs etc. can someone shed some light on this as I thought they came with decent enough burrs/ what is tw upgrade everyone is talking about? Thanks, I just don't want to go and buy one for the same price As one with better burrs. Lawrie
  5. Hello all. I have been perusing the website for quite a while, and finally needing to post to get some clearer help. I have a Gaggia Classic, and have realised that I need a decent grinder to get the best espresso I can from it. I'm happy to spend up to £300 or so, but don't really know what to get. Mazzers come up often, but I have no idea which model. Then there are Iberitals and Baratza, and a whole wealth of other grinders. I know that - for my machine - I need to have a grinder that can go REALLY fine, and consistently. I have a bottomless filter, and have loved it on the rare occasions I've found a good grind in my rubbish grinder. So, any recommendations? Is the range of options larger than I assume it is, or do I need something more specific? Thanks in advance!
  6. Hello Folks. I'm still working my way through pages and pages in the threads on the forum since joining ...... In 'Home Roasters' there's talk (Quite correctly of in-coming voltages), thermocouples/probes to monitor temps etc, in 'Grinders' there's talk of clumping, retention....... Much talk on grinding techniques. Unless it's in pages I have not read yet, I see no mention yet of 'HUMIDITY', humidity varies so much not only outside but more so inside the home or shed, wherever you're coffee domain is, surely this needs to be included in the mix either to discount it's relevance or whether it does/can contribute to some problems. Jon.
  7. I've researched this to hell and back before posting this, i know i'm not the first or last to ask about this lot of grinders, and it is one of those constantly morphing X vs Y vs Z questions... Compak K3 / Wega 5.8 Eureka Mignon Mk2 Mahlkonig Vario (£100 extra) - great reviews, quiet, but..but...all that plastic? Fiorenzato F4E Nano (£110 extra) - seems to get glowing reviews re. single dosing / retention Quamar M80e (£110 extra) - Mazzer Mini killer? I crossed the Mini itself off for retention and value - I'm prioritizing minimal grind retention and suitability for single dosing. i'm taking quality as a given - Less noise etc is better than more, but, meh... - The sky is the limit with these things, but I'm not after after the holy grail...just something noticeably better than the my MDF - Those prices are all new. The only one that appears used, reliably, is the Mignon, which would make it £100 cheaper than the K3 and £200 cheaper than the rest Are the 3 more expensive ones significantly better than the cheaper 2? Worth paying the extra 40% for? Or is it all, really, much of a muchness and i shoudl just roll a dice? Ta
  8. I have a Rocky, which s/h was about £100, new they are £235 - and that's pretty much the entry level machine. For that you get a set of burrs, which are about £40 to buy as spares, a moderately precise large bore thread and screw, and a motor, wrapped in some sheet metal. Not exactly rocket science. To get a reasonable upgrade on that, i'm looking at £500-700 for a new one, which will be a set of better burrs, a more precise screw, a similar electric motor, and some sheet metal. Probably with a timer. £3.00 This little chunk of equipment would sit in the kitchen. Near the fridge £300. Or the washing machine £350, dishwasher £250, microwave £90 of course this conversation came about when shmbo was moaning about how loud the rocky is. 'I could always get an Atom, they are really quiet, it's only £600' HOW MUCH?????? let's just say, negotiations are ongoing. But it does make you think. Is it just down to the relatively small numbers of grinders that are made, compared to the other kitchen equipment?
  9. Quite apart from seeing 2x EK's on Gumtree I noticed 2x TechnoVorm Moccamaster KM/DOS filter coffee grinders about which I know nothing... could even be blades... so this is just for interest... and on Gumtree ?? £720 Robur E bought May '16 ...hardly used ....New burrs fitted. Now if that is not a contradiction I don't know what is.... Anyway just for your perusal http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-x-Filter-Coffee-Grinders-Commercial-TechnoVorm-Moccamaster-KM-DOS-/322269070068?hash=item4b08bbc2f4:g:Y0wAAOSwLF1X4tes https://www.gumtree.com/p/other-kitchen-appliances/mazzer-robur-e-coffee-grinder-black-finish/1191083317
  10. We now have engineers based in the following regions for repair, diagnosis, installation services for commercial and domestic coffee machines and grinders. Region Covered: London, Greater London, Brighton, Surry, Essex, Kent, Sussex, Canterbury, Midlands (North) All engineers carry huge range of spare parts with them for all types of machines and grinders. PM or email us: [email protected]
  11. Sorry to come back at you all on this one but I'm getting somewhat frustrated with my new Mignon. Thanks to all your previous help, I've got it pretty well sorted for espresso - and it certainly makes a difference over my previous grinder. However, when it comes to grinding for a cafetiere, I simply can't get it to grind coarsely enough. The best I can do is about granulated sugar size - even with the adjustment knob pretty well completely undone and loose! When I use the resultant grind in the cafetiere and try to press the plunger it's like trying to push through mud. In a post to my previous thread someone said something along the lines that the problem is always with the operator rather than the grinder - so what am I doing wrong; or is there a different techniques to using a Mignon for cafetiere coffee? When I go to my local deli and ask them to grind beans for cafetiere they use a 'similar' grinder to the big ones you find in the coffee shop chains and they have absolutely no problem grinding the beans coarsely.
  12. Last night I attended a CoffeeHit open day where Paul generously laid on coffee, milk and beer, and allowed all who turned up to spend as much time as we wanted on the La Marzocco Strada coffee machine they have recently installed (and are retailing). The coffee was supplied by Square Mile and was their Autumn Espresso blend. We had a choice of grinders (Mazzer Robur E, Anfim and Mazzer Luigi (Super Jolly Electronic?) as well as pretty much every cafe accessory known to man. The only limitations were our skills (or lack of as we discovered) as we tried numerous extraction techniques in the quest to pull a decent shot. The pressure profiling challenged our beliefs and we tasted shot after shot as they were pulled in order to assess how the pressure affected the espresso. The side and top panels of the machine had been removed so we could peer right inside for a look and watch the solenoids kick in, switches move and even the water exit into the drainpipe. There were also a number of different steam tips we could use, including one that shoots steam out like a knife (or the end of a screwdriver , flat and thin) as well as a range of shower screens we could use (a glimpse into the 2011 offerings from CoffeeHit). I was surprised by how quick the milk steamed but got decent microfoam first go. I'm already looking forward to my next visit Make sure you follow @coffeehit for notification of future open days I'll leave you with a selection of images from last nights session Click here to view
  13. Hello, I'm currently looking for a grinder (Christmas gift from my gf), We're recent graduates so not exactly flush at the moment, the grinder will be ideally sub £100 with a little movement for a machine that will last. Currently looking at (to be paired with Gaggia Baby Class: Dualit burr grinder Bodum bistro burr grinder Gaggia MM I'm tired of using pre-ground or getting a coffee shop to grind it for you, only to get home and find their setting isn't quite right and you have a full bag of tamping experimentation to get a half decent espresso. Anyway...The question, What advice do you guys/gals have for a suitable home grinder (ideally adjustable burr) it will be used for espresso mainly, but occasionally some course grind will be needed for my lovely CafeSolo. Quick note: I appreciate this is a heavily discussed subject, I have tried trawling the previous threads but it is very tiring reading 7 pages coffeeforums banter (as interesting as it is) to wean out a small amount on info regarding £400 grinders that I simply can't afford. So I thought I'd ask my personal question direct. Thanks for reading and I hope you can help bring some Coffee flavoured Christmas cheer to this house!
  14. Hi everyone, Long time lurker. Apologies for the samey "please help me choose" thread but I am lost in a sea of burrs. I currently have both a Hario Mini Mill & Iberital MC2. I use the MC2 for espresso, the mini mill for everything else. I'm looking to upgrade and my budget is sub £200, ideally more like £100-150. I've done a fair bit of research into manual grinder as I was under the impression you get the best bang for your buck here. I'm still rather lost, so any advice at all would be appreciated. My thoughts/questions so far: Second hand is the obvious way to go right? I was going to keep the MC2 for espresso and just replace the mini mill with a better hand grinder for filter brews, is this sensible or could I replace both with a decent second hand auto for sub 200? If manual is the way to go, are these still safe to buy second hand? Seems like the MBK grinders are the best value in this area? If I go second hand auto, any recommended models? What sort of RRP do I need to be looking at for a decent auto grinder? The Minion is often mentioned here, would that represent a significant upgrade to what I have? Thanks for your time and any advice you give!
  15. Anyone used one an Anfim SPII? How do they compare to the Mythos etc?
  16. Hi all, I've been getting back into the wonderful world of filter coffee recently, and forgotten how much I enjoy using the V60/Aeropress, and thinking about upgrading the set up. My first question is if I use my espresso grinder (Compak K3) and just put it on a coarser setting, will this be better/worse than a specific filter grinder? Then if not and a specific filter grinder is the way to go, what would people recommend? Maybe around £100-£200 mark. I've read very good things about the Wilfa Svart that they made with Tim Wendelboe, does anyone have any experience with this? They seem to have good reviews, and relatively cheap. thanks! Rory
  17. So thanks to help on here I got a lovely ECM Mechanika IV rotary plumbed in and I love it. And thanks to my own inexperience, I ignored some advice on here and went with a Eureka Mignon. Having lived with it for a few weeks I'm able to more accurately define my grinder requirements now (an expensive evolution!) and I'd really value some recommendations based on these: Hard requirements: Must fit on to worktop within 44cm space under kitchen eye-level cabinets and be able to load the hopper with beans without moving it - this is easy with the mignon. I'm swapping between caf and decaf beans quite a lot now, more than I expected - I don't want 2 grinders. I want to be able to mark on the grinder where my setting is for one bean and a mark for the other and easily move from one to the other - and to not have to have the grinders moving when I change setting as I do on the Mignon. I also want to be able to mark for aeropress - again easily move. Because of above I want to be able to put just the amount of beans in a need for one shot or 2 and then easily prepare for another bean. It will be common for me to make a decaf for me, immediately followed by a caf for my wife - I want this to be hassle free as possible (with 1 grinder). I want it to be automatic so I press a button and the right amount of coffee is ground that I set and I can leave it and it will stop grinding itself. Naturally it must grind espresso at least as well as the Mignon which I find is great although too much clumping. Pretty flexible on cost - I do want new - I'm assuming my 44cm height constraint puts a ceiling on the cost anyway. Though I don't, for example, want to be spending more than £800 and would really REALLY like to spend a huge amount less. Quietness is a big deal to me - my coffee obsession isn't going down brilliantly in the house ALL the time and I'd value something highly that was as quiet as possible.... e.g. significantly quieter than the Mignon. Softer requirements: It would be great if it had a light that shone on to the pf/container whilst grinding as it can be a little dark where I have my kit. It would be amazing if it showed the weight of ground coffee and even better if it automatically stopped at a certain weight. I've found the Mignon quite messy both in terms of when it's grinding (coffee not landing in pf/container all the time) and more so after it's been used and a slight vibration causes dump of ground coffee falling out the shoot. A machine with a tray at the bottom as a minimum though ideally one that is designed to maximise ground coffee coming out in a narrow shape as it were - basically something less messy :-) BTW I swore to myself and my wife I would not contract upgradeitus
  18. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mahlkonig-Large-Coffee-Grinder-/201648776231?hash=item2ef3342427:g:VrIAAOSwdzVXtIDr I'll save you the trouble..... It is 115mm http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DITTING-SWISS-KR1203-RETAIL-COFFEE-GRINDER-CAFE-COFFEE-SHOP-DELI-HI-VOLUME-/152180513814?hash=item236eaa5c16:g:rLkAAOSwtnpXlc0z 120mm
  19. Hi Everyone, Having ordered myself an electrical grinder to go with my Gaggia Classic I have started to read info and watch a few videos regarding dialling in the coffee grinder. I knew this would be necessary but it didn't strike me until watching how much nice new coffee is wasted. Its slightly worrying over days/months/years how much coffee gets thrown away and then to make things worse when/if the beans get older the grinder will have to be dialled in again potentially wasting more coffee. Now I know I should of maybe considered this before committing to a espresso machine/electric grinder and maybe the whole point is eventually you get much better at dialling the machine in, or is it just something coffee lovers have come to accept? I usually buy 2 bags of 250g beans from Rave and that will last me a month-ish but just wondering now if I would need a 3rd bag to compensate for the waste. (not that I think 250g would be wasted but more so to get me to the end of the month with some left to spare) I could be blowing all of this out of proportion and maybe the waste is not that high. Would be interesting to hear from the more experienced coffee enthusiasts as to what they think.
  20. Got one of these on loan at the moment .... Firstly its once again due to the generosity of forum members. Callum came up one late Wednesday night last week from Sheffield ( after a days work no less ) and dropped this off, fixed a new steam arm to the V and we stayed and made coffee and chatted . Not had an espresso grinder for a little bit as my EK43 is out on loan , so this is very welcome ... Callum and Foundry top guys ..... Back to the grinder 83 mm flat burrs . Compak by name , compact by nature , Its not huge ( for a coffee shop grinder ) . With the small hopper it looks smaller than the Vesuvius ... It has an stepless adjustment mech thats easy to use Here is where the magic comes out.... Here is the touch screen for adjusting times I just finished using it for 4 x double shots for latte art practice . 18 g into 18g vst Here is the spray of ground left around the grinder and in the tray .... Err yep there is nothing there...and I'm wearing odd socks ( its the end of half term , its been one of those days... ) I know you wanna here about in the cup and is is better than this or that ..not had it time to really nail it 100% , its super easy to use . the mini hopper holds just over 250g ... Ill put some clips of it in action and do some testing of how accurate it doses this week....
  21. Hi Been reading on the forum regarding grinders and from what I have read I need the following High motor power Low grinding speed On demand I have been scouring ebay etc for said spec used machine , to no avail Can anyone put a name and model number for said machines in aid of my quest ? Cheers
  22. How about having a list of the major grinders people have along with height and depth of them Height might include with mini hoper and or camera lens hood If people are keen they could send a pic next to a machine or under a cupboard Would this be useful for people when scouring eBay etc.... If people think this is a goer i could build into a with some photos Yay or Nay ?
  23. Hi, We have a Vario (steel burrs) which we use for brewed coffee (V60, Chemex and syphon). However, I've been wondering whether we might get better results with a decent hand grinder? I have looked at the Lido 2, and the Made by Knock Feldgrind and Hausgrind (although reports of their customer service and not knowing when more stock will be available put me off a bit). I'd be grateful for any thoughts! Nick.
  24. In light of the current trend for people going after better grinders and upgrading their grinders I thought I would put together a thread on what people are actually getting for their money. Firstly let’s examine what people actually want from their grinders. I will break this down into various areas and attempt to answer some of the common questions that get asked. 1. Grind quality 2. Retention/ single dosing 3. Doser or Doserless 4. New or second hand Grind quality So what does this actually mean? in my opinion it equates to the consistency of the grind i.e. the amount of fine grinds in a given dose and the particle size and eveness. Entry level grinders that are referred to on here i.e. the MC2, mignon, vario will give you a different quality of grind compared to the next level up i.e. mazzer sj, eureka zenith, brassilia rr55 etc or the next level up mazzer royal, mazzer major, eureka mdl, la cimbali magnum etc and again to the "titan class grinders (most expensive) Compak r120, mahlkonig ek43, mazzer robur, eureka mythos, compak k10 and hg1 etc. In general the bigger the burr size the better the quality of the grind and in general the slower the spin speed the better, so the smaller grinders with smaller motors have to spin much faster (hotter) in order to grind beans evenly, whereas the bigger motors that drive the bigger burr sets have the torque to grind at slower speeds and thus tend to treat the coffee kinder! In my experince the bigger grinders produce a much more consistent grind and the results are immediately apparent in the cup especially with espresso. A mazzer royal (83mm burrs 800 rpm) releases much more complexity in the cup than a mazzer super jolly (64mm burrs 1400 rpm), so you get what you pay for as the bigger the grinder the more they cost, a eureka mignon is £280, Zenith £500, mythos £2000 ek43 £1920, (new prices). Most members that have moved up in the size of their grinders have noticed significant improvements in the resulting cup and I feel as a community we understand the inherent benefits of getting the best grind quality we can afford! Retention and single dosing As we tend to just make one of two coffees, most of us prefer to have the ability to weigh the beans in at the start and get out roughly what we put in, however i the world of grinders there are very few that will give you an output very close to the input without modification (compak r120, EK43, HG1, versalab, Pharos, hausgrind) so we have to either consider modifying our grinders or accepting that we might waste a little in the process of making our coffee. On demand grinders like the eureka zenith, brassilia rr55, mazzer electronic versions or even the big conicals like the compak e10 WILL retain coffee in the grind path and also need a weight of bean to get the functions to work (accurate dosing) and to get the best grind quality, so a sacrifice has to be made if you are considering one of these type of grinders. This retention is largely due to path that the grinds have to follow. Grinder design has not evolved much over the past 30 years, most grinders have a flat grind path whereby the ground coffee is pushed out of the exit shute by the coffee coming along afterwards and as a result there will be coffee that will go stale, remaining in that path. Now the bigger the grinder the more retention, especially if you go up to the conical grinders, the grinders with the least retention have a more vertical grind path i.e. the ek43 or eureka mythos (45 degree), however if you are prepared to carryout modifications to your grinder you can create zero retention grinders through the use of lens hoods, sweep clean mechs etc, but these will tend to be dosered grinders. Doser or Doserless The convenience of pressing a button and having a lovely fluffy mound of coffee in your basket comes at a price. As mentioned before, one cost is retention, but the other cost is the extra money you have to pay for the delivery system of these grinders. Electronic doserless grinders cost more money than dosered equivalents either new or second hand, but are more convenient to use, in a busy environment the repeatability of pressing a button and having a portion close to your desired dose is invaluable, but is it so important in the home? I like using my robur as it is amazing grind quality (paramount for me personally) is quick and mess free, however I have to put up with 30grams of retention!!!! the equivalent dosered version has a lot less retention and cost a hell of a lot less to buy (especially second-hand) it can also have a timer added to it and sweep clean modifications done, it requires a little more effort but in the long term would cost you less (due to wasted stale coffee). So you have a choice, if you want to single dose (get out what you put in) you need to spend a lot of money or modify a dosered grinder which leads me onto my final point. New or second hand Buying a new grinder comes with its benefits, you get a warranty and ergo piece of mind, you get something that you wont have to clean or sort out, if you buy an on demand grinder you probably wont have to do any modifications as you would have already accepted the points above, however it will cost you twice as much(in most cases) than buying a used or reconditioned grinder. For the same money you spend on a brand new grinder you can get a much better used grinder, I will use a grinder i currently have as an example. For £1000 I could by a mazzer major electronic or a compak e8 (just) or an hg1 hand grinder all decent grinders in their own right, however for £800 I bought a used Versalab (£2000 new) which is zero retention, amazing grind consistency small and compact and beautiful looking (IMO). It knocks spots off all those other grinders (including the HG1). If I take this to the other end of the spectrum, for £375 I could buy a brand new vario, or I could buy a used and modified mazzer major or a brassilia rr55OD at a stretch I could find a dirty mythos ( i found one for £250 once) and spend some time bringing it back to perfect, all of which knock spots of the vario, however I will take a risk on having a warranty, but then if a commercial grinder is working perfectly the likelihood is it will continue to do so for many more years in a home environment. At the end of the day it is entirely up to you, but my advice is do your research, don’t jump into a deal because others tell you to, get some hands on with a grinder if you can, get the best that you can afford and enjoy the coffee you make with it!
  25. Hi All - I have been happily churning out lovely espresso from my Expobar Brewtus, but I am thinking that I might need to find a quieter solution (or perhaps move the location of my office at work - thin walls means neighbours are presumably tired of hearing me pumping out shots all day). So I am wondering if anyone has a suggestion of a quieter machine? I could also potentially do something to this machine, but that might be outside my technical abilities. I haven't owned many machines, so I am not sure how they generally compare. The Brewtus seems quite loud to me, but perhaps that is to be expected for any machine pushing out adequate pressure. Suggestions? I am also wondering if anyone has thoughts on quieter grinders - I have a Sage grinder that does a very nice job (newer version that can do a fine grind), but i could swap for something else if there is anything that might be quieter? Thanks for any suggestions (I did search the forum, but didn't come up with much useful info!).
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