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Hello from Niche Coffee and thank you for all your comments. We have started this thread to try to answer your questions. This is a completely independent self-financed UK project. Static We have overcome static and grind retention after years of work and development. The grinder has been tested relentlessly over the last year. We consistently only get 0.1g grind retention and have tested this in a wide range of weather conditions. The “how to use” video was shot in one take to evidence this. Burrs We are using hardened steel 63mm conical burrs similar to those used in Mazzer Kony. Motor We are using a permanent magnet DC motor. Hinged lid and no hopper This grinder is specifically designed for single dosing up to 50g of coffee beans per batch. Our research has shown that ground coffee goes off in minutes, so you only want to grind the coffee beans you need immediately before you want to make your brew. This was the reasoning behind our design. We have intentionally designed the Niche Grinder with no hopper so you can keep your beans fresh, then just weigh out the required beans you need ground for your recipe, confident that the grind will be as fresh as the beans you use. The lid is a safety feature, so you can only grind when the lid is down. It is clear so you can watch your beans being ground, a feature we like. Paint finish The paint finish is powder coat which is tough and has remained white and unstained over more than one year’s heavy testing with oily coffees. Look forward to your further questions.
Encouraged by a Niche appearing in the Sale thread and Planters optimism paying off with Norvin offering him a his Niche Zero in response to a wanted post, I'd like to express my interest in buying one if someone would like to sell theirs now please? I appreciate this may be a long shot but I'd kick myself if I didn't ask and someone wants to sell. Many thanks for taking the time to read this request for a Niche Zero.
Hi I’m interested in upgrading my grinder after using my libertial Mc2 for a year. I was looking at the Eureka Mignon Specialtia, then I thought I’d up the budget and get the Niche Zero and a minute ago I noticed the Mazzer mini and Super Jolly are within the same Budget. I’m using a Gaggia classic with Pid and other upgrades so I’m happy with that at the moment. And advice or help would be great.