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I am now printing two different clips for the Feldgrind, please see below. The 'Simple Clip': £4 inc postage This clip is good for use at home and will hold the handle against the body when storing your Feldgrind in your cupboard. Using this clip: Slot the clip onto the handle near the knob and slide down until the clip stops (dont push too hard). Place the nob resting on the shaft of the grinder, this will give you your level to move the rubber band to. Remove the handle and slot the clip under the band, then just pop the handle in place. The 'Secure Travel Clip': £6 inc postage This clip is super secure. It is designed to keep your lid secure and the handle in place when travelling. It needs to be removed before using the grinder as it obstructs the lid. Using this clip: You will find it a bit fiddly at first getting this on. The lid should be placed into the top of the clip before fitting the clip, then the whole thing pushed down onto the top of the Feldgrind, lift the rubber band to help the lower parts of the clip get under it and it should then push down. The handle should 'twist' in but dont force it, and when removing the handle you will need to lift the clips a little with your finger, just twisting the handle will break the clips. If you would like one please drop me a PM. If you want both clips its £9 including postage. Should you break or snap a clip contact me and I will send you a new one at cost (not much less than I sell em for).
Hi, For anyone interested, I'm selling a new 54mm Sage Bottomless Portafilter, ordered from Sage and hand machined for £46.50. These have a unique group fitting, only for use on Sage and Breville 54mm coffee machines like the Duo Temp Pro. I believe it's also compatible with these machines... BES810, BES840, BES860 and BES870. Please check compatibility with your machine though. A friend of mine with a Sage Duo Temp Pro expressed a lot of interest in having a bottomless portafilter like the one I was using on my Rocket. Without thinking I sung the praises of bottomless portafilters... They're great for figuring out how to make fantastic shots, diagnosing shot issues and the coffee only ever touches your basket and your cup. Once you've got your shot dialled in, there's less cleaning and dripping over your worktop, and of course... it's a unique and enjoyable way to make coffee. However, the small flaw in my sales pitch came about when he mentioned that he'd looked everywhere and Sage and Breville only sell a bottomless portafilter for their top of the range 58mm machines, and the only way to get a bottomless portafilter for the unique 54mm group head was to buy a custom made one or make one yourself... So weeks later, and more conversations about bottomless portafilters, I decided to surprise him and order a new portafilter from Sage, and machine it myself as I fortunately have all of the metalworking tools required. He was blown away with the result, so mission successful, and he suggested that I sell these online as there are probably others like him. So here we are!
Can anyone help me?? Ive seen bottomless filter holders around and I'm curious as to what the beenfits of using them are as apose to the standard one with a pressurised basket in that i use with my gaggia classic. If anybody has one and thinks it creates a vastly better espresso i'd like to invest in one and if anyone knows the best one to get with a limited budget i would appreciate the help. They also look really cool when pulling a shot! Thanks.