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  1. Looking at a new grinder and keep looking at HG One (and Versalab)! Do I have to pay import duty on top of the website price - I guess I do? Anyone know what the final cost would be? Purchase and shipping is $1,206.88 / ~£775
  2. Homie80

    HG One

    We are looking for an excellent condition HG One grinder if anyone is thinking of selling, preferably the 2014 version. Budget, £500+ for a great specimen. All the best!
  3. dfk41

    HG One

    I have a friend who is not a forum member who would like to buy an HG One but does not want the hassles of importing a new one. If anyone has one I will put the two of you in touch with each other, or act as a referee!
  4. Ok, I think I may have just got the nod for a new grinder once we have some building work finished later this year. Hoping I'll have enough left to cover an HG one. Currently working with a macap m4 and a gaggia classic. I'd rather update the grinder before sorting a new machine and I'm happy still working with the classic for now. I like single dosing as I only make one or two drinks a day unless we have a few people round. The thought of a bit of effort for my coffee doesn't put me off. HG one seems to give the advantages of large burrs without the retention issues. Any other grinders i should be thinking about. Aware that the bill for an hg one plus import would buy a lot of second hand grinder. It's a wee while off yet so no rush to make a decision. Can someone remind me how much the duty is on an import. I know it's on the delivery cost as well.
  5. Received this in an email from LW: HG-1 Hand Grinder is now back in stock at LWW You have been sent this email because your email address was registered on a waitlist for this product. If you would like to purchase HG-1 Hand Grinder please visit the following link: http://lynweber.com/product/hg-1/ I had seriously considered one off these until Niche came along.
  6. davidschi

    HG One

    Hi Everyone, It's time for an upgrade and I thought of buying the HG One grinder - if possible, I'd prefer to purchase it 2nd hand. If you have one on offer please do let me know. That would be great. Best, David
  7. Having been playing around a little over the last few days, and am becoming more comfortable with the setup. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  8. Here are a few more shots of the Londinium and HG One. The eagle eyed may spot a bit of blue tack on the lip of the HG's burr adjuster ring. That's my reference point (very high tech) for tuning in the espresso grind. Haven't attached the stick on markers until I am happy I am in the ball park. The HG One delivers wonderfully fluffy grinds thanks to its massive burrs. Takes about 30 seconds or so to grind enough for a double shot - 16grms. Effort needed to crank the flywheel was a bit more than I expected but in no way excessive. First trials had a bit of static retention but tapping the lower cover caused most of the grind to fall into the blind tumbler which is a wonderfully elegant design. You place it on top of the portafilter and lift out the spindle and allow the grinds to drop into the basket - simple and effective. I can see that, as a manual grinder, the HG isn't for everyone but I like the slow coffee approach - as long as I have my electric grinder for when I am in a hurry!! When the Londinium arrived I paired it with my Vario. The results did not disappoint - loads and loads of depth and complexity without any bitterness, but the HG One takes it to the next level. The only way I can describe it is that the flavour profile is more open, i.e. it is possible to detect more flavours in the shot. Still got a long way to go but I am very pleased with the choice I have made in the Londinium and HG One.:D:D [ATTACH=CONFIG]2103[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]2104[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]2105[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]2106[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]2107[/ATTACH]
  9. Hi, I'm Frans and I've been enjoying home coffee machines for about a year now, starting off with a MyPressi, then adding a refurbished old La Pavoni lever, a Rocket Giotto and a Ponte Vecchio Lusso 2 which got some modification. Expecting to pick up my Londinium sometime later this month. In the grinders section I started off with an iSteel and then got a Mahlkönig Vario Home and a Mazzer Mini with Super Jolly discs. Can't wait for the HG One to arrive. With the Londinium I it will make a dream match, I expect. Haven't done any home roasting yet and I'm glad that there are a few good places in Amsterdam which offer freshly roasted beans. Right now I have some Guatamala beans which were roasted just 3 days ago and they taste a little sharp still.
  10. whiteyj recently 3D printed a disc to fit over the chute of my grinder. For a while, I had been wondering about something to reduce or preventing popcorning and this seemed like a good approach. I piloted it with a cardboard disc and then asked whiteyj if he could produce a 3D version, which he has. It works a treat. All that needs to happen is to lift the PP (popcorning preventer) disc up the axle and by the same means, I have to check that all the beans have gone down the chute.
  11. A quick thank you to everyone on Coffee Forums UK for the wealth of knowledge here, and to Peter over at Espresso Underground (EU) who helped me finalise a few things before he pulled out all the stops to make sure my order arrived for the wife's birthday this weekend. As way of returning something to the forum and in the hope I may be able to help someone in future in a similar position to where I was five days ago, I wanted to share my journey. Monday: Usual situation, wifes birthday approaching fast, no idea what to get her. She has enough bags, shoes and makeup to last a lifetime (IMHO anyway). As I sipped on our regular crappy instant "coffee", a bright idea hit me, why not get her a coffee machine!? She likes coffee...and the small bonus that I do to sealed it! I recalled a friend of ours was raving about his Nespresso machine so of I popped into town to get one but on discovering the price of the pellets I was put me. It reminded me of the printer ink cartridge business model....get the printer cheap and forever be paying for expensive ink cartridges so was put off that idea. Then I noticed the bean-to-cup machines which looked in theory a much better deal, until I noticed the price of the beasts, circa £1200 for the one I liked the look of! Shocked & stunned I wandered off and had a beverage from a nearby Starbucks whilst I took advantage of their wifi network to google and see if the machine I wanted could be purchased on line cheaper. Thats when I discovered Coffee Forums UK.....and thats where the fun/trouble/mess/expense started! I quickly discovered the coffee game is serious - WBC, really!?, obviously much more serious than I initially understood anyway. So off home I went and spent the next 12 hours reading all the various discussions and reviews on here, and a few other sites, about all the different aspects of brewing coffee at home. I set my revised budget at £500 and was happy to discover that I could purchase a Gaggia Classic, Ibertial MC2 and a few accessories well within that budget....but for just a bit more I could step up to a machine with slightly better specs like the Fracino Cherub or Rancilio Silvia. Having found a great deal of positive comments relating to Peter at Espresso Underground, I decided to call him to talk through my needs and see if I could understand the benefits from spending "a bit more" on a higher end machine. As other posters reported, Peter spent time explaining all the different options and helped me decide to go ahead and order the Cherub. Given the proximity of the wifes birthday, I wanted a one stop solution, Peter helped me understand the differences between the grinders he offered and I confirmed an order for the Fracino grinder and knock box too. It came as a bit of a shock to learn the lead time was 7-10 days, I'd foolishly just assumed these things were sat in a stores waiting to be sent out but luckily Peter spoke to the guys over at Fracino, pulled a few strings and confirmed they were shipping my order for delivery Friday....just in the knick of time, bacon saved The wife wasn't that keen on all the faffing around dialling the grinder in and I think would probably have preferred the click-and-go Nespresso setup however, now I've got it roughly dialled in for her, its close enough that she can make a coffee easily enough and with time. I'm sure will start to fiddle as she begins to feel more comfortable with it. I think she's more impressed with the milk frother which makes a rather excellent hot chocolate too! Here's some pics of the setup we ended up with..... the beast of packaging that arrived today... Fracino standard vs Faema Bottomless PF
  12. This funky cradle is made by HG One - have a look at their website. It's machined from a single block of aluminium with a protective delrin lip around the top. Weighs 610grms. Bought it to go with my HG grinder but, sadly, it doesn't work with my portafilters which have offset lugs and are ridiculously deep at almost 7cm. On the HG website, the portafilter used is, I believe, a Rancilio. The stand is beautifully crafted and has a dinky adjustable knob (red) so you can adjust the height. It's sitting in a drawer gathering dust which is a shame as someone could get good use out of it. If you are interested, drop me a PM. Not expecting much for it - would like to see it go to a good home. Any questions, feel free to ask. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2139[/ATTACH]
  13. Many delighted owners have received their LONDINIUM I spring lever espresso machines and have been using them for the last month or so. The following link is to the original review and discussion: http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?7632-LONDINIUM-I-spring-lever-espresso-machine
  14. Where to start... Like everyone, I'm trying to improve my coffee. I've chosen my equipment, which is a Cremina and HG One, and I want to stick with this equipment because I love using it, amongst other reasons. My results have been a bit variable. It's probably taken me a year to work out how to consistently get good-looking pours. I'm there. If the visual indicators are right, I am getting my distribution right now, and the coffee should taste good. So the most important variable should be the bean... well I'm sure that's true anyway. I started with Hasbean. I've always loved their way of doing things. They obviously know what they're doing, obviously care about both customers and suppliers, and they're doing a superb job. As I got deeper into my hobby, I realised that the coffees I've enjoyed the most are generally low acidity, and in some ways I don't want ultra complex layers of fruit. I like chocolate flavours, and not so much boozy or fruity. I started to experiment with other roasters, and found various forms of great coffee, generally darker roasts, and generally less complex. I also found that generally the darker coffees seem to be easier to get a good pour.. perhaps the bean splinters more easily or something. When they've been lighter, it's usually been the El Salvador or Brazilian beans that have floated my boat. In the meantime, I kept up the SSSSS subscription with Hasbean, which keeps reminding me of what a wonderful job they do, and probably 2/3 of the coffee I've had on SSSSS goes straight into the yummy category. This gets me thinking that I've given up too easily, and maybe need help and advice. So... for the first time, I started to look at which beans have been washed, natural, or pulped natural. I discovered that I've never had a pulped natural I didn't like. As far as I can see, none of the SSSSS was a pulped natural, which surprised me... they're mostly washed. I was thinking perhaps a good approach would be to order some pulped natural beans from Hasbean, or am I barking up the wrong tree here? Do people choose their beans based on the processing? I notice that Hasbean have a 5-pack of Santa Petrona which is different processing for different packs. Quite tempted to give that a go and see whether my pulped natural theory stands up. I welcome any and all advice, but especially any help from @garydyke1 who must surely be the expert on the Hasbean range If I had to summarise what I'm looking for, it's low acidity, but perhaps a little more complex (but not too much) than what I might get from a darker roasted bean. I do recognise that this post is probably all over the place and doesn't make much sense!
  15. Thecatlinux

    E61 pf cradle

    Has anyone got one of these they want to part with.[ATTACH=CONFIG]10590[/ATTACH] Its the HG1 Portafilter cradle for an E61
  16. One used hand coffee bean grinder, with 83mm, conical, titanium coated burrs I imported this beautiful looking hand grinder from the manufacturer in the summer of 2014. I waited for the upgraded 2014 version with the clearer marking system and of the coated 83mm burs. The design of this smart looking machine means you can smell the aroma from the beans soon after you have started turning the wheel a few times. 18g of beans can be ground in just 20 turns. It has ground only about 12Kg of beans during the two years I have owned it. That’s two, 250g of beans a month. I have the original shipping box, two hex keys, grease and user guide These currently retail for $985 plus shipping of $448 and import duty Price £600 ono Item located in South Northamptonshire. Photos are located in my dropbox account, link https://www.dropbox.com/sh/d1m4n69o1hh0isr/AABK4SyLpyvOXM1GMc_yYj9Ta?dl=0 Original Manufacturer website http://hg-one.com/the-hg-one-grinder/
  17. unoll

    HG one

    Title says it all I suppose. Anyone out there have one they're thinking of upgrading from? There's a chance I may get one new in the not too distanct future but thought it was worth asking first. Cheers
  18. Reiss is advertising a HG One on his Londinium website - see blog for 21 April.
  19. Hands up all those who have heard of the HG one hand grinder the HG one grinder is being shipped in the US at present and I know of a handful of people eagerly awaiting theirs in the UK For those who have not heard of the HG one grinder - go and visit the HG one website and take a look at the videos
  20. OK, here's the thing: I fell into lever world almost by chance; I was just about to treat myself to a Rocket or an Expobar Dual when a second-hand Olympia Cremina came up for sale. I loved it. The Londinium I came along and I was so impressed by that I bought it and sold the Olympia. Lever machines make great coffee, no doubt about that. But I've never owned an E61 machine so I can't make a direct comparison. What interests me is that the particular mechanical qualities of the lever group which has evolved over decades - pre-infusion, pressure and temperature profiles - are what the E61 group and electronic controls seek to emulate. Do they do it as well? Do they, in fact, do it better? Obvious advantages of the dual boiler/PID/E61 machine is that it temperature and other variables can be adjusted very easily. Advantage of the lever group is the beauty and simplicity of design and its reliablity. There is also a belief that the column of water pushed down by the lever cylinder extracts better than the bursts of water that come from a pump - whatever it is, there does seem to be some sort of lever magic. But I want to cut through the myths and prejudices and get to the truth. Has anybody here owned and or operated a lever machine (ideally with full-size commercial lever group) AND a fully equipped E61 machine and can make a direct an honest comparison? And if not, is it something we could set up for a shoot-out?
  21. I am starting a thread, for anyone who has one of these. I know one other, but perhaps there are more. Mine arrived yesterday, well packaged etc. Fairly simple to assemble, and away we went. It is always a bit of a let down as you read others experiences, and after 2 adjustments they are pulling shots to dream of! Perhaps I am unlucky.....LOL Anyway, my first shot certainly tasted nice enough. then, I started to play around, and realised that I was suffering from terrible static. I mean static, worse than anything I have ever experienced. So, I tried a total of 3 bean varieties and it was the same with all of them. So, I stopped and started reading the forums etc (Home Barista and Coffee Snobs) and it seemed fairly widespread. The culprit seemed to be anything from the type of bean (and we know certain beans are worse than others) but also atmospheric. Now, my wife has the heating on all the time and the windows closed, so I went with that theory. Now, why the Hg suffers from this when my Eureka does not, I do not know, nor really care! So, after a lot of reading, the RDT technique was suggested. This basically means adding a couple of drops of water before grinding. So, I went for another play this morning, determined to dial her in and solve the static. The dialling in was easy enough. I started with 2 drops of water using a pipette, and the result was no different. I then upped it to 4 drops of water and lo, no static at all. 18.03 gms in, plus the weight of 4 droplets, and 18.27 gms out, with zero retention. So, now I can concentrate on the other aspects that the grinder brings. 18 gms takes roughly 30 seconds of turning, which is basically effortless. The more I use it I guess the better the experience will be. First impressions are that it is probably as good as the hype! Certainly well made and beautifully engineered. I am packing up my Expobar on Sunday which is going to a forum member, and my Eureka going to another forum member. My L1 arrives on tuesday so I do not suppose I will get much work done next week! Out of interest, Reiss told me that since posting his request on his blog, that anyone with an HG who disliked it, he would buy it from them at full price, he has indeed bought one and is delighted. No observations there, other than what is one mans meat, is another mans poison.
  22. How are those that have them, finding life with then now that they have had them a few months? Is it your only grinder and if not, what % of the time do you use it?
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  24. arellim

    HG One/ HG-1

    Looking for one. Let me know what you have and what you want! Up in Newcastle Upon Tyne and in Edinburgh often (so may require postage) Thanks Andy
  25. Very reluctant sale but i'm Buying a custom verselab my verselab should be with me in 1 to 2 weeks so I can ship one of these grinders straight away but the remaining grinder will be shipped when the verselab is delivered to me both in excellent condition, original boxes, packaging, instruction, purchase receipts Ceado e37s comes with 83mm flat burrs and the short hopper, purchased from Bella barista 9 weeks ago, £885 HG One comes with 83mm TIN aftermarket burrs, makes it very easy to turn, it really is effortless 16g dose takes less the 25 turns, purchased new 3 months ago, £785 no offers at the moment please
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