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  1. Hiyer, Can anyone recommend an extremely small thermometer to use with my new Espro milk jug? I'm finding with the small neck, I can't actually see past my thermometer and watch how the milk is moving. The one I have is pretty large. Also thought this was a good opportunity to see if anyone had any cool suggestions. I've got a bit of spendies at the moment Please don't suggest that I do it by feel and lose the thermometer, I'm often making coffee whilst dealing with extreme child related distraction. I rely on a visual cue to help me out. It's like the children know when it's the worst possible moment to attack your legs. Or in the case of this morning, clamber onto the kitchen worksurface when you aren't looking and start playing with the toaster! Any ideas welcome (about the thermometer, I'm awesome at parenting).
  2. Hi all Searching on eBay and I found this thermometer click me it looks the business and the price is good (very important) just wanted a second opinion on whether or not you think it would be ok for measuring my water temp? Cheers HLA91
  3. ok so i've decided on my machine - i've settled on the Ascaso Pablo (Basic) after seeing a demo in selfridges last night. even with the laclustre shop assistant it pulled a really good looking shot so i'm happy i know i need a decent burr grinder but as this machine is a birthday present the grinder will have to follow. i do how ever want to get some accesories. i've been looking at milk jugs online - is there an optimum size? i'd be looking at doing two cappucinos at most at a time and we prefer them on the smaller size so they're nice and strong. i've got a thermometer on the list too (although i'm yet to research the optimum temperatures!) other thing is cups - is there a good make and size for getting a decent strong flat white - the ones in costa at the moment are perfect but i have no frame of reference when it comes to measuring them in ounces! the other question i have which is related to the machine is that the steam wand seems to have a slit at the top from which the steam escapes rather than some i have seen with just a tiny hole. does this affect the microfoam performance of the steamer and should it affect my technique when frothing the milk? i can feel myself becoming obsessed with this new hobby already i don't even have the machine yet!
  4. Hi All, Just kind of stumbled into this mad world of coffee and had no idea what I was missing out on! I've now decided that this is my newest hobby and I can't wait to get started properly:) I've been reading for hours and hours, watching youtube vid after you tube vid.... I've finally decided that I'm going to start slowly and build up from there. For me, part of the enjoyment will be buying cheaper equipment and then building up my collection as I go. With that in mind, I think I've decided to go the the following combination.... Porlex hand grinder @ £30 and Aeropress @ £22 Couple of questions though... I want to buy some coffee to use with my new toys and I've seen a coffee starter pack at HasBean Coffee. They do an Espresso and Filter starter kit. Firstly, would anyone recommend these? If so, which should I use for the combination that I'm using? Should I consider any other coffee starter pack? If recommended, I'm just going to buy the lot from HasBean Coffee... Would anyone recommend elsewhere? I've watched all the brewing guides on HasBean and noted that Steve mentions using water at a certain temperature. With that in mind, do I need to buy a thermometer or can I get away with using water that is 'just off' boiling? Finally, is there anything else I'm missing? I've already got the coffee mug and digital scales. Thanks in advance and thanks for letting me join the forums
  5. I wonder if anyone has encountered the problem i am about to describe? I bought a Gaggia Classic 2nd hand and within a few days i was creating prettty good frothy milk, not perfect but a good start. Then a few days ago i noticed the sounds were different when steaming milk and to be blunt, the milk was, well just hot milk:mad:. I also noticed the milk was being heated faster and being thrown out of the jug, as if it was boiling. I use a thermometer and have had a few dozen goes, the result always the same. I have ordered the replacment wand, not Gaggia one that i am using now (plastic) hoping the wand is faulty, broken. But i have a niggling doubt it is more serious than that:(. Can anyone throw any light on the problem? Other than that, the world of expresso is truly wonderfull.
  6. Hi Everyone I recently (2-3 weeks ago) got one of these brand new via the mini group buy run by Kenny, but have now got a dual boiler and don't really need it any more as I'll be selling my HX machine. As new, with all special spanners, allen key, rubber o rings etc etc. Looking to get back what I paid if poss £62 + post (£4.40 1st class signed for with £50 insurance) Can post a pic if needed but I expect you know what it looks like!!
  7. Hi guys, Suspect my Gaggia Classic may be giving me underheated water, but I can't be sure. I don't need the thermometer permanently, just requesting to borrow it for a few days to check the temperature of my water, then I'll send it back. Of course, I'll pay for shipping. Do let me know if you have a thermometer to loan!
  8. I have just had a thermocouple delivered LINK and have been experimenting with temperature surfing with my Gaggia baby class D. Using the bottom of a beer can (as a substitute for a polystyrene cup method) positioned against the group gasket with the end of the thermocouple inside, hanging just off the bottom to record the temperature of the brew water. I have found it takes about 30 seconds of steam switch engagement from the time the brew thermostat switches off for the temperature of the water to reach 93 degrees which I believe is a good ball park figure for brew temperature. I am pleased to report the espresso produced seems to have lost some of its sourness and I am using the espresso roast from the Urban Coffee Co. Has anyone else had similar experience or any temperature surfing tips to share? Tom
  9. All brand new never been used - Aerolatte To Go, £8 posted (comes with batteries) Rhinowares Hand Grinder, £29 posted Hanna Instruments Checktemp, £13 posted Happy to combine should you wish, just ask for cost on thread as per forum rules. Thanks
  10. OK Well things are going pretty good (bearing in mind i'm a novice) I've set up the Iberital MC2 (thanks for the guide Glenn) and the Gaggia Baby is turning out some nice espresso with a a nice thick crema. Looks like a minature pint of guinness so pretty happy with that for now.... The wife likes Capuccino and Cafe Latte's, I have a straight sided aluminium jug and getting froth seems fine but i'm struggling to get the milk hot enough without burning it.......I seem to get it too cool and the drink isn't piping hot. Would you guys recommend using a thermometer? or any other tips Latte seems trickier than Capuccino
  11. Hi all, New La Pavoni La Romantica owner here. I've seen lots of photos of these machines modified in ways to incorporate thermometers on/around the group head, but for the most part they all seem incredibly inelegant, and I'm reluctant to destroy the aesthetics of a machine like this (even if it is for a more consistently good pull). My question is this: has anyone seen any thermometer modifications that actively look good?
  12. risky

    Thermapens

    Right, I was looking to buy one of these, and obviously the real thing is megabucks. However I then came across the following: http://www.amazon.co.uk/DIGITAL-KITCHEN-THERMOMETER-COOKING-TURKEY/dp/B007CJR67C/ref=zg_bs_kitchen_1 Obviously there are the stupid cheap turkey thermometers on there, but if you click 'New Arrival', the ones at a tenner look pretty similar. What are people's thoughts? Is it going to be useless? I have one of the IR gun type thermometers already but it doesn't seem to give an accurate reading against a body of water.
  13. Awaiting delivery of my Duetto III. As the steam boiler is PID controlled and presumably like the brew boiler the offset can be altered does this mean that there is no need to use a jug thermometer when frothing?
  14. As requested some pics of my set up Ascaso Dream Ascaso i mini grinder Cups from Coffee Cups UK Tamper solid ally ( make unknown) Gaggia milk jug Salter thermometer
  15. Hello, For sale, E61 Digital Brewhead Thermometer Vidastech (very similar to 'EricS' thermometer). With included spanner, allen key and o rings. All that is needed for assembly. It's a very handy thing despite I have a dual boiler machine. The only reason for selling is because I am buying La Marzocco Linea Mini Price: £59 postage included
  16. I've recently received one of the Coffee Sensor digital E61 group head thermometers, and wanted to pass on my thoughts and experience to everyone - hopefully to assist with any buying decisions... You can see the full details of this digital E61 group thermometer, and buy them, from here: https://coffee-sensor.com/ The device arrives in a nicely constructed, branded and protective cardboard box. Inside is a bubble-wrap bag with the following contents: - Digital group thermometer itself - Small spanner for tightening the device in the group head - Small allen-key for removing the existing allen-bolt from the group head - Three copper washers On initial impressions, the thermometer looks to be well made out of plastic and stainless steel and well designed (without numerous o-rings or nuts / bolts) - and has simple push button controls on the top, for on/off, temp hold and C/F switching. You simply turn it on by hitting the middle "on/off" button and it'll turn off either after a few minutes or when you press "on/off" again. Testing it quickly when just out of the box, the unit shows ambient temperatre and the buttons all seem to work fine, with the LCD display looking good. Now, for some background and history : These sort of E61 thermometer devices have been around for a while... The first person to make them commercially was "Eric" - and you can still purchase "Eric's E61 group thermometer" from the US. The "Eric's" device seem to be (in my opinion) a strangely complex design - using what seems to be a fairly standard thermometer combined with a complex adaptor, various nuts and o-rings that allow it to be sealed water-tight within the group. I'm assuming that largely because of the complex design and various parts, it's expensive - certainly when shipped into the UK from the US (which is the only available source). If you're lucky, you may get one into your hands for around £100 - though probably more if you're hit by customs for duty, VAT etc. Crazy expensive for what it is! Then, a couple of years ago a company in South Korea started to produce a similar - but less costly device - the Vidastech E61 group thermometer. Design and construction of this seems much better, it's much simpler (read, better designed IMHO), and it's also available (either from South Korea, or via Amazon) at a slightly lower price that an "Erics" - but you'd still be looking at probably £70-80 to get one in the UK. Still expensive for what it is in my view. Now, it's not 100% clear to me whether this "Coffee Sensor" E61 thermometer is simply a resold Vidastech device, or whether it's a device that has been manufactured in a VERY similar way by 'TTP Coffee Sensor SRL' - but it certainly looks VERY similar, and it's available to buy in Europe (from them in Romania, via the website) - and at a more reasonable price point (€50 a piece if you buy two and get free shipping - though watch for [an early] Black Friday deal from 16th Nov to 18th Nov). The manufacturer states that "3D designs are drawn in Romania and the final product is manufactured in Romanian / Asian industrial and logistical parks" - so it may or may not be Romanian / Korean / Chinese / who knows! *** Black Friday update: The price has dropped from 16th Nov to 18th Nov to €35 - though the €20 shipping and minimum of €100 for free shipping still applies. Makes a single unit €55 shipped, or €35 each if you can find two friends !!!! *** As you can see from the website or my photos, the device is black plastic with a stainless steel sensor shaft. It looks neat and tidy, and generally seems to be well made and well constructed. Opening the device up using a small screwdriver allows you to replace the button-cell battery as and when required. The important part of the device is what's screwed into the E61 group head - the stainless steel sensor shaft. Fitting this is pretty easy, it took me about 2 minutes and all tools required are provided. With the E61 group cold, simply take the provided allen-key and remove the bolt in the front of the group head. This is present purely for maufacturing reasons, though allows the enterprising or resourceful individual a simple way to access the brew-water and measure the temperature of it! Anyway, remove the hex-bolt and save it for possible reinstallation at a later date - as typically these thermometers are fitted and left in place. Some advocate the use of PTFE tape on the threaded shaft of the digital thermometer, but I didn't find it necessary - so didn't use any in my installation... I simply used one of the copper washers, along with the existing teflon washer that's installed with the hex-bolt and gently screwed the thermometer into place by hand. You have to be careful doing this, as you're screwing stainless steel (quite hard!) into brass (relatively softer) and I guess it would be possible to damage the thread in the group if you weren't careful - and thereafter getting a watertight seal could be a real problem!!!! However, I was pretty careful and with the aid of the supplied spanner was able to finally tighten it a few turns and sufficiently for a water-tight seal on the first try. Once installed, the thermometer display is almost certainly not 'straight' - but by holding the shaft with the spanner and gently twisting the plastic thermometer head it can be realigned so that it looks straight and can be easily used and read. Testing the fitment, with a blank basket and running a backflush or two quickly shows whether any water is leaking out under pressure. If any does then simply tightening the bolt / shaft further will probably solve it - though be aware that on some machines more than one copper sealing washer may be required. It's worth running this test initially, with the machine just powered up and relatively cool, but also again once the machine is up to temp. Stand well back and be careful when running this test, as any leaks could involve 9bar (about 120PSI) water at 90+C being fired at you... though having said that, any leaks will probably just show as a slow build up of a drip! Using the thermometer is simple - hit the middle 'on/off' button and the E61 group temperature will be shown (probably just over 90c if the thermosyphon has it up to temperature). If you want to change between C and F display, then just hit the button on the right. Then pour a shot or run some water through and you'll quickly see the temperature change to reflect the (typically hotter) temperature of the brew water. This will differ from the water that exits the shower screen by a degree or so - but it certainly gives you a very good impression of the relative temperature of the water that's hitting your coffee (and by that I mean that whilst it might not show the EXACT temp of the water hitting your puck, it will show you the temperature of the water about an inch or so before it does so.... so you can easily see any temp changes (up or down) and record any 'ideal' temperatures when you have had an ideal extraction of any given bean. For machines with PID brew temp control it should be easy to tweak the brew water temperature up or down, and the thermometer will show this increase or decrease accordingly (not necessarily that a PID increase of 1C will show as a thermometer increase of exactly 1C, but it'll show a rise of approximately that amount). You can leave the thermometer on if you wish (or forget to turn it off) safe in the knowledge that after a minute or so it'll turn off automatically, saving the battery. So - in summary: In general, and certainly if you collaborate with a friend and buy two, this E61 thermometer seems to be well made, effective and the least costly (by quite a margin) of any similar device available today. Supply from within Europe means that there's no risk of duty / customs charges being applied also. If you only want one, and can't find a 'friend' then the shipping costs of €20 to the UK seem high - and make the unit a €70 purchase, which is obviously quite a jump - but still probably cheaper than you can find one anywhere else. The device seems to show pretty accurate temperature readings, it responds quickly (within around half a second I would estimate) and is a helpful addition for any owner of an E61 based espresso machine. I'll close by saying that, although this is the cheapest E61 thermometer device available - it still seems to be quite expensive for what it is. Is it worth it, for the insight it gives? Well, some of us have a PID showing what the temp SHOULD be, some of us have an HX where the temp could be anything.... and for me, always wanting to make sure that the numerous variables of making good espresso are as reduced as possible, it certainly proves very helpful. I'd thought of buying an "Erics" but never could find a way to convince or justify to myself that £100 was a good investment.... the price point of this device makes that buying decision significantly easier!
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