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Found 11 results

  1. A smaller, cheaper alternative to the original M47: https://kinugrinders.com/index.php?page=m_home_page.public.show_product&Id_Product=22 Same burrs, same adjustment range.
  2. After some consideration I have come to the conclusion not to enter the bottom of the electric grinder market but to get a higher quality hand grinder. I will be grinding for espresso aeropress and v60. This has led to me considering the Aergrind and Kinu M47 - both of which I can hopefully get new instead of hoping something pops up second hand. My question is to the good people of coffee forums is...which one? Thanks, Steve:)
  3. I'm surprised there hasn't been much talk about this grinder here on the forum. They've recently launched their 3rd version of the m47 and I've been contemplating a purchase. All in, including delivery it will come to around £290, which seems like an awful lot for a manual hand grinder. Are they really all that good? I was originally after the Lido 3 for aeropress/pour-over. How do the two compare?
  4. So - I would assume from its name 'T58' that it is a 58mm Tamper. However not only is it 58mm but it is also 84mm, and 97mm. What all these measurements refer to is up to your imagination. Anyone think they can decipher it? It doesn't look like a level lock tamper...
  5. Kinu M47 Hand Grinder, just a few months old, in great condition. Impressively engineered and easy stepless adjustment. It's a really nice bit of kit. Screwless assembly is very nice, makes it very easy to take apart and clean and means that you can't misalign the burrs. But I'm still cutting down on my coffee and equipment and will just be using my one electric grinder from here on out. Paid €247 in December, looking for £165, including UK mainland delivery. Supplied with original box. Some details here: http://www.home-barista.com/grinders/kinu-grinders-t43335.html
  6. I know the thread title is startling but I feel stuck. I only make max 2 x drinks a day which would seem a tiny amount to justify a used K30 but I would actually like to drink more but the Hario Slim I am using at the moment takes so long to grind 15 g of beans (approx 4 mins) that I just can't be bothered most of the time. Its also a buzz kill when making drinks for guests. The attraction of getting the "grinder for life" and be able to prep drinks rapidly rather than a stop gap hand grinder seems very attractive. Thoughts? Thanks in advance guys!
  7. I’m set on the idea of handgrinding for espresso as I think the good quality electric grinders tend to be too expensive and over-engineered for my own needs; i.e. just one or two espressos per day. I do want an excellent coffee, but don’t need to make 80 cups per day or enter any barista championships! I have a Feldgrind and I think that does a very good job. Early days with using it for espresso, but I’m liking it a lot so far. But I wonder if I could improve things even further; maybe with a larger burr-set? Or at least get an interesting variation in flavour in the cup if I run two handgrinders? So I was looking at my options for alternatives, under £300. I like the look of the OE Pharos, but I’m also intrigued by the Kinu M47. The Kinu has smaller burrs than the Pharos, but they claim tighter tolerances and better alignment. Does anyone have any idea what difference that might may be in the cup, compared to the Feldgrind? Or have any recommendations? So does anyone have any experience with the Feldgrind, Kinu M47 and or Pharos who could give me some idea of the likely differences I might taste? Thanks!
  8. Hello fans of brewed coffee , someone on board who is experienced of Feld47, Kinu M47 and C40 mk3 and is able to compare ? An important point is which of these hand grinders is most easy to handle / needs less muscel usage ? I am over 50 years and I don't like sweating. No, an e grinder is out of the question ! ;-)
  9. Stanic

    Kinu M68

    I am selling the Kinu since I want a grinder that could also be used by my wife. This is a large and heavy manual grinder, with 68 mm conical burrs, great for espresso, but also other methods. The gear ratio is 2,7:1. The Siphon coffee made with this was an eye opener for me, of what large burrs can do. I have it attached to the worktop with "bench dogs" by Orphan Espresso. Looking for 620 euro via PayPal, delivered short review video of my unit here:
  10. Just bought a Kinu M47 Simplicity and was searching the web for a guide to grind settings, mainly pourover. Prima Coffee said 4 to 4.5 turns from zero, and this seemed to be the general consensus. Set mine to 4.5 and ground. Seemed way too coarse compared to what I normally use so decided to Kruve a few samples. Used 10g, 2 minutes sieve time, only 1 sieve used at a time, 400um then 1200um Setting 2.5. Below 400 16.5% Between 400-1200 76.7% >1200 7.0% Avg size 751um Setting 3.0. Below 400 12.4% Between 400-1200 69.6% >1200 18.0% Avg size 832um Setting 4.0 Below 400 7.3%. Between 400-1200 50.6% >1200 42.2% Avg size 1,075um Visually I’d probably set it at 2.8 to get the grind I normally use. I believe it has the 0.5mm thread, as its new, but these are much lower than I’ve seen recommended. I haven’t seasoned the burrs at all so that will change it a bit but surprised they are so different. I got it to pair with my Robot as espresso range is where it apparently shines but will try a few V60s to see how it translates in the cup. Be interested what fellow Kinu owners use for V60.
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