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  1. I offer for your consideration today a Mazzer SJ. Selling as I upgraded to a Ceado 37S a few months ago. While it's been fun having 2 grinders around, this has to stop before I get too used to it! For background, I bought this off eBay 2.5 years ago. It was in a messy condition externally, and was missing a few parts. However, the internals were sound and I was going to use it for single dosing anyway, so the lack of a hopper and doser lid was a non-issue. There are a few points I want to get out of the way first: No hopper, will include the camera lens hood that I've been using for single dosing though No doser lid No grind adjustment lever (haven't found this an issue since the adjustment threads are in excellent condition) Paint chipping in a couple of places (all of these are reflected in the photos) The power cord has some paint stains on it, haven't bothered to try if these would come off with the right solution. I have intentionally snapped off the security pin on the star screw holding the bottom plate, so that it doesn't require a special security bit to open. Having a hard time locating the original bottom screws for the doser, so selling under the assumption that they are not included. Given the above, this particular SJ is naturally better suited for someone looking to single dose, as in this case only the grind adjustment lever is an inconvenience. Now for the positive parts - I replaced the burrs when I bought the machine, so they are in excellent condition and have had about 30kg through them. This is likely an overestimation but I want to be on the safe side. I've routinely switched the burrs around when cleaning so the wear should be very even. The bearings seem to be in good condition, judging by the lack of odd sounds or vibrations when grinding. Overall I've had no issues with the grinder whatsoever, and in my judgement have taken good care of it. Paired excellently with my Europiccola until I got upgraditis. I have done my normal cleaning routine just today, also regreased the dosing mechanism though I haven't used it. The only part I'm unable to clean is under the vanes as I don't have the right tools to disassemble them. The bit under the lower burr carrier was last cleaned when I bought the grinder, as it is a slightly risky maneuver and quite frankly I didn't find that much under there back then compared to the rest of the burr chamber. Price £160 with collection from central London. Offers accepted. Pricing to sell quickly before I go on holiday June 20th. If the grinder doesn't sell by then (meaning sold and collected), I will have to hold off on the sale until I return from holiday in August. Cash on collection, PayPal, or bank transfer fine. If desired, you are welcome to test the grinder when collecting. Alternatively happy to meet you halfway within reason.
  2. Just tidying up the coffee corner - and I've got four of these grinds trays - in good used condition, with usual surface scratches from use. No severe dents or anything (as many of the used ones have!). Sample photo shows one of them, below, but they're all very similar in condition. £15 + delivery each (1st Class is £1.87) Updated: TWO left now. First come, first served...
  3. Selling my treasured SJ. West London. Pick-up only I think - I can meet nearby - but if I was you I’d want to plug her in and test her… So pick up best. I bought second-hand from a small garden-centre cafe - they didn't use it much, they felt baffled and beleaguered that the grind settings needed to be changed between beans. They had bought it new from a supplier. I bought new burrs and since then I’ve only used it at home - only for espresso (so that's between 0-10 a week), since end of May 2016. Plus it's not been used since Oct 2018 when I got a new grinder - so at that rate - I dunno - a couple of decades left in 'em? The machine too - obviously these are built for serious industrial use, so, as you'd expect - it's in perfect working order. There's some scuffs to the paint - which it had when I bought it. Mods: I took off the portafilter holder as you can see. I use a naked porta - so it got in the way. I put it somewhere 'safe' when I got the grinder - and can't remember seeing it since. If it's a deal breaker for you - look elsewhere - but otherwise I promise I'll send it on when it inevitably turns up. Additions - it comes with the original hopper, which I never used - as I did the lens-cap-mod. I also had that lovely mirror finish laser cut gauge from Mr @timmyjj21 I bought the cocktail shaker but never got around to that (happy to provide it with the grinder - so your first drink could be an espresso martini!) and I didn’t do the clean-sweep mod - as this one works pretty well as it is. These appear to be selling for somewhere around £250 - but I’m open to sensible offers from forum members before I send her off for as much as I can get on ebay or wherever. More photos available. Thanks! James. .
  4. Hi all, After extensive research, I have managed to purchase a 2014 gaggia classic and a super jolly auto for a great price. I have read through the forums and have a list of mods I'd like to attempt, however I was wondering what methodology I should approach? Is it worth learning with the untouched gaggia before applying things like the PID, the rancilio Silvia wand, the bottomless portafilter, brass shower plate holder etc or should I just go ahead and install them from the get go? My only prior experience in coffee making is sous vide cold brew so this is incredibly new but I am happy to be here and learn. Thanks!
  5. A friend purchased a Mazzer SJ (Mestre actually) and called me to set it up for single dosing. While we were dialing it in, we discovered the grinder stalls sometimes but it doesn't seem to depend strictly on the grind setting. By stalls I mean that when we start it with beans in the hopper, I can hear the motor run but the burrs don't rotate. In one of the videos the grinder was grinding but it was very slow and the sound it was making wasn't okay. I could also feel the grinding chamber get quite toasty. What could be the reason? The burrs are new and original, if this matters. [video=youtube_share;B0paB2UBR-M] [video=youtube_share;sTqYG582Jbw] [video=youtube_share;yrwqrg_sWSE]
  6. Hi guys, For sale is my Mazzer Mini E Type A grinder, with 4 month old burrs fitted. I bought it from a user on this forum about 18 months ago, and it’s seen one or two 18g shots per day since I’ve had it, and the previous owner said they made 4-6 shots a day. It is 6 years old, and only ever used domestically. It has genuine Mazzer Super Jolly burrs, fitted 4 months ago, which are still very sharp, so the grinder can produce an excellent 18g shot in approx. 10-13 seconds, and I’ve applied SuperLube to the grind adjustment threads (as recommended by users on this forum), so the grind adjustment is silky smooth. I have both the large and small Mazzer hoppers, which will be included in the sale. Happy to provide additional photos or the serial number on request, or a video of the grinder in operation. Looking for £380 on collection from Leeds. I’d be willing to drive to meet, and I’m willing to package up for shipping, but buyer would need to arrange shipping and insurance + £5 for the packaging.
  7. Can someone list some parts that typically need to be replaced on a Mazzer Super Jolly grinder? I live in North Africa, where I recently bought a used Mazzer SJ. It's working well, but I imagine it will need some spare parts eventually. It may have been used commercially in the past. As parts are hard to come by in my location, I'd like to buy a few spares during a trip to the U.K. in December. Thank you very much.
  8. Hi everyone For those interested, (I know many are opting to just go for the Niche), a Mazzer Super Jolly Timer for sale. It's a 2008 one, I bought it 2.5yrs ago from another forum member so it's been mostly used for home consumption. It's seen about 30gr a coffee a day, amounting to about 27kg of coffee since I got it. Given the longevity of the burr set, it's to be replaced every 400kg but you'd have the option to if you wanted as I'm adding an extra set of burrs. It'll also come with a 3d printed small sized hopper and the original hopper. I've just upgraded (this coffee addiction has lasted for longer than I originally thought), so no need for this one anymore. I'm in West London and this would be for pick-up only. i'm looking for £150.
  9. Hi all, Apologies if this is a bit of a stupid question - I'm trying to understand the dial for adjusting the grind on my (recently acquired) Super Jolly. So it obviously does work as a relative tool, but I can't imagine that these things are built with the kind of capacity for grinding exactitude that they are without the numbers on the dials having more objective reference value. There's of course plenty of documentation on this forum and elsewhere with regard to finding the "zero point" on a grinder and every unit being a bit different, but with the SJ specifically, am I right in thinking that there isn't actually anything physical on the SJ that the '0' on the dial is supposed to line up with to define a neutral position? Apologies if I'm being dumb and there is something blindingly obvious that I have missed,
  10. Hi all, For one reason or another, after only about 20 months of enjoyment, I'm being coerced by my *ahem* better half, into getting rid of my cherished Gaggia Classic machine and Super Jolly grinder. Gaggia is a 2010 model manufactured in Italy. Both items are in full working order, and it is an extremely reluctant sale, but at least I know these will be going to a good home. The Classic machine will come with a new steam wand attached which I was recommended to get by you good people on the forum. Also a milk jug and a lovely wooden handled tamper. The Mazzer SJ comes with the full sized hopper, and also the 'camera lense' hopper which I've used since I purchased the machine. Both in full working order, and produce the most delightful coffee. Some extras as above, include: Rancillo steam wand Pressurised (x3) and standard baskets (x2) Blank basket for back flushing Flushing solution Nice weighty Motta 58mm tamper with walnut handle Milk jug Milk thermometer Naked portafilter Knock box Camera lens hopper for SJ grinder Extended replacement outlet for portafilter I will put some photos up when I disconnect the machines and get them into some space, and give them a little spit and polish, hopefully saturday morning. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me. I think I will start this at £400 given the number of accessories. I have digital scales but can't find them at the mo. Offers will be considered. Thanks as always, Andy
  11. Thanks to a little bit of luck, I’ve got a new grinder incoming soon. It does mean the Mazzer Super Jolly I’ve been using needs a new home. I’ve owned it since the middle of January this year, and it’s chewed around 20 kilos of beans in that time. The burrs are spotless and have barely run in. There is however a lot of history on the grinder! It was originally rebuilt by a well known forum member ‘jimbojohn’ before moving to ‘craigsailsbury’. I bought it from this thread: https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?42336-Mazzer-Super-Jolly&p=561653#post561653 It looks identical and hasn’t changed in the slightest! There’s lots of photos on the above thread. I have added a stainless steel grinds catching dish which will go in the price. Have a dig through that thread for all the history. I can do more photos etc, just say what you’d like and I’ll see to it. Im based in Groby, Leicester, but am regularly in the Bedford area during the week. Collection or meet up only as I really don’t have enough packaging to wrap it up safely. I’d like the original £210 for it, payment in cash or transfer or meetup is OK.
  12. My Mazzer Mini doser works well, good bearings, lens hood mod so very little retention. But it's messy and I'm getting tired of a doser. I kind of have an upgrade path ready because I bought 2 cheap Mazzer SJs to play around with (haven't been delivered yet) - at least one will become on demand with some kind of mod. I'm just getting a kind of itchy upgraditis..... I'm a bit fascinated by grinders and have been researching plenty of them - have lots of pics and specs on my computer. I like the idea of bigger burrs in a small footprint - stating the bleeding' obvious here. Someone will say Niche but I haven't subscribed. It'll be either OD or convertible without much hassle. So: Ideal Machines I probably can't afford: Fiorenzato Doge Subito OD Anfim Super Caimano Anfim SCODY II MACAP MXD Fiorenzato F75E Ceado E15 or E92 Machines I probably could afford: A whole bunch of older grinders with 64mm burrs, of which the SJ is a good example and I have 2 coming anyway.... I did bid on a Ceado E6P on eBay and it went just above what I had in mind which was around £240. That looked like a good buy for somebody. I also missed out on an Anfim Caimano, could have bid a bit higher. So any bright ideas? No rush - this is probably a long-term upgrade and in the meantime I'm following a few items on eBay.
  13. Hi, Thinking of getting a Mazzer Mini timer or maybe a Super Jolly timer at a push. How do the two compare in the real world? Cheers!
  14. Good condition Mazzer Super Jolly in Matt Black with mini-hopper, only selling because I have another SJ and a Royal, and the wife thinks 2 grinders is (more than) enough! Purchased from Gumtree a few years ago, I've installed new burrs, and added the cocktail shaker and clean-sweep mods so retention of grounds is nice and low. There are a couple of small marks on the paintwork (the worst of these can be seen in the last photo below) but otherwise it looks very tidy. There's also some electrical tape on the flex where it was slightly damaged by a small dog. Also comes with the grounds tray (not pictured). The burrs have probably had less than 10kg of beans through them - this became my filter grinder when I got my second super jolly. £190, collection only from Melksham or Trowbridge, Wiltshire (or could meet somewhere local-ish).
  15. I've had my gaggia & sj combo approximately 1.5 years now, and although I'm extremely happy with it, I'm finding myself considering a change for the sake of it. I quite like the look of the ROK grinder, and it should be fine for 1-2 double espressos a day, but would be keen to hear the thoughts of the forum users. I'm aware it would probably be considered a massive downgrade, but is it noticeable?
  16. SOLD Selling a 2008 Mazzer Super Jolly. Everything is stock and no modifications. No Hopper or grinds tray. Includes a free, limited edition adjustment gauge in your choice of silver or black (limited edition because I will not be making them after this week!) Doser has been fully dismantled and cleaned, burr chamber cleaned thoroughly, but lower burr carrier not removed. Burrs are not Mazzer branded, but are in good condition and don't need replacing. Typical knocks and chips from commercial use. Burrs spin smoothly and bearings appear to be in good condition. Collection only in London, right near Notting Hill Gate tube station. This must be collected by the 15th August and will be advertised elsewhere after a few days.
  17. Picked up an eBay SJ - £150. They say it's 3 years old. No box or manual. I suspect it has been used for minor commercial work - the previous owners run some sort of small plant nursery - from what I can see they've replaced their set-up with a double nespresso thing. It looks fine - other than a few paint chips/knocks. It spins well... Other than new burrs and a clean - what else do I need to do? I have the hopper and it's in good nick - I 'can' use the hopper it as height isn't an issue, but I mostly make coffee for 1 or 2 - so no need for it. What say you, oh lovely hive mind? Are their things I need to look out for - 3d printed parts to order? My plan is to get it up and running, then do grind-offs with the Mignon - If I can taste the benefit, I'll sell the Mignon, if not - I'll sell this.
  18. I've got a couple of 2010 Mazzer Super Jolly Timer grinders... both great spinners and grinders, but they've got paint chips and are in need of some cleaning and aren't modded in any way. They've been sat in my workshop for a while, and they just need a new home rather than taking up my bench space. Would make great project machines (if you wanted to strip and repaint) or cheap grinders if you're on a budget and prepared to live with the (purely cosmetic obviously) chips - and don't mind some initial work in cleaning and fettling (mainly just removing the burr carriers, burrs, doser, and giving it all a good scrub/clean and removing the coffee oils that have accumulated through use). Burrs are good in both cases, motors spin well, but dosers are stiff and whilst they work fine they'd benefit from a strip and clean - and to be honest I just don't have the time right now. One is in slightly better cosmetic shape than the other - hence I'm looking for £170 for the first one and £180 for the second. Collection from Swindon, Wilts - or delivery via courier at cost. First one: £170: Second one: £180: See next post
  19. SOLD: Mazzer Super Jolly Timer - modified for single dosing I've decided that for now I prefer hand grinding so for sale is my Mazzer Super Jolly. Details: - Doser removed and replaced with home made funnel - Lens hood mod - Burrs replaced in June 2015 with maybe 8kg of coffee through them since.Plenty of life left and barely broke in - Original hopper included with sale - Original doser included - Grinds tray not available, but available to buy relatively cheaply if it matters to you. - Grinder is in good condition, motor is nice and quiet, burrs spin true, all cleaned out and ready to go. I've loved using the grinder and I seem to be able to get retention down to really low amounts using RDT, lens hood and a paint brush to clear grinds. The grinder produces good grinds which in combination with my technique, gives consistent shot times. Asking price = £240 + P&P at your risk (although I will pack it up good) or Swap for OE Pharos or Swap for a nice vintage lever machine (apart from a caravel, which I already have and love) Pics:
  20. Hi All, Maybe a bit of a strange question but how tight is your adjustment collar on SJ/F5's? I can adjust mine nice and smooth for the first 5-6 turns from first engagement on the threads, but than further down and it gets tighter and tighter to the point that I need almost both hands to turn it. At the moment I'm using a graphite paste sort of thing that Ive made myself with very fine graphite powder and few drops of oil. Just wondering if it's not the time to change the burrs (even though they seem pretty sharp). Cheers
  21. http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/mazzer-super-jolly-Industrial-coffee-grinder-/121818117109?nav=SEARCH
  22. EDIT: I have moved to Australia. Payment is via PayPal in Australian dollars only. EDIT: 6/11/17: All gone, sold out, no longer being made. Sorry! Selling for $35 AUD and includes everything: - A laser cut and etched gauge - The pointer holder that slips into the groove in the case around the grinder throat - 2 pointers that are the same size (to be glued on by you, plus one spare) - 2 bolts for attachment. - Overseas signature on delivery postage. I'm happy for forum member to do a group buy to save on postage. I can do cheaper standard postage, no tracking or signature, but the risk is then entirely on the buyer and I take no responsibility for lost packages. Many thanks to @Krax, @risky and @GCGlasgow for their help in testing prototypes and offering advice. IMPORTANT NOTE: 1) If you have a short throat/upper burr carrier, you will not be able to fit the hopper retaining screw with the gauge. See original thread, first picture on page 6. http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?25962-Mazzer-SJ-and-mini-lasercut-grind-setting-ring/page6 2) You will not be able to use the original bolt that prevents the adjustment collar from being rotated too far. The groove in the case under the adjustment collar is blocked and utilised by the pointer holder. 3) This gauge does not match the original numbering on the collar. You will be using a new, personal scale, that probably will not match what another person has, due to variation in attachment bolt locations on the collar. 4) Your grinder must have a 3mm gap between the adjustment collar and the case. Most SJ's do and I have only encountered one so far that didn't. I have a custom 2mm thick pointer holder for anyone with a smaller gap. The etching on the smoke mirror can be quite subtle depending on lighting. The pointer colour is black for all of them. [/size]
  23. A few might remember a little while ago I happened upon a pair of Mazzers for £80! (yes, that's right - not a typo..) The ad said "Mazeer cofee grinders.expresso italiano. Parts missing. Spares or repairs £80 ono". Decided there and then to drive the 3 hour round trip to pick them up. The chap said the phone hadn't stopped ringing all morning, all asking to post. Plugged them in and tried them. "Large one didn't work, hopper was off" (I just agreed). "Small one worked but top seized". Said I "could maybe swap parts around to make a good one?" sounded good to me.. Put them safely in my car and headed home.. Was I happy? Oh so slightly.... Once home I set about the Major.. First thing was to plug it in and fit the hopper. Flicked the switch and it purred into life. Big grin time. Next was to unplug it and check the burrs for wear.. They look badly tarnished, shouldn't they be a nice dull silver colour? Probably best chuck 'em and buy some new ones, That seams to be the usual advice.. Hmmm.. Next do the wiring mod. Don't need auto fill (keeping the bits though). Fitted the jumper wire. Hasn't been cleaned in ages.. Did I mention it hadn't been cleaned in ages? Maybe never? The Major is all cleaned up now. All except the doser mech as I couldn't get the lower vanes out. The bolt was too tight to shift (I did remove the pin as well). Left it as is as I didn't want to break anything.The doser mech is a little stiff but works fine. It was seized when I got it home. Took the hopper off the mount, very handy as a single doser as you can close it (keeps muck out as well). Means I don't have to fiddle with electrics to bypass the shut off switch.
  24. It has been 2 months since I first started on a journey of coffee with these babies. Such an emotional moment when I have to swap out the Iberital MC5 for the Mazzer Super Jolly. I was getting more and more used to the Iberital MC5. Well, sometimes, things just have to get better. Before: After: Never knew I have to waste so much coffee ground when swapping a new grinder into place.
  25. Hello, I've just modified my Mazzer Super Jolly automatic with a doserless funnel. The process was quite easy to follow using the various guides that are scattered around the web. It ended up looking like this: I have installed the 50Hz anti-static screen between the gasket and the funnel, and the grinds just back up behind the screen so much that they jam the motor! I wondered if anyone else has any experience with conversion to doserless, anti-static screens etc. Without the screen, the coffee is usable but it does clump and suffers a little with static. With the screen I cannot get grounds out of the chute at all. Should the funnel be grounded? My doser had two pairs of wires going to the board: a light grey pair for the automatic cut off microswitch at the top of the doser, and a dark grey pair that disappeared inside the dosing lever mechanism. I have no idea what this pair was for. You can see them in these pics: and And hello — this is my first post here!
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