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  1. Morning All Decided that I am definitely going the on-demand grinder route and wondered what you all thought about the relative merits/disadvantages of the two listed above. Both similar cost (around the £350 mark). For me - ease of use is going to outweigh the end product. I'm not searching for the ultimate espresso, just something that is nice to drink. Paired with Sage Dual Boiler and replacing a Mazzer Super Jolly. Any advice gratefully received, but please be gentle
  2. Good evening everyone, Here is a short review of my The "Eureka Zenith Club E" that I recently purchased by a retailer based in Italy, apparently well known on this forum and other German and French ones where I’m registered as well: Gianni from Elektros.it I’ve got to say, I’m a newbie in Espresso making, so I had no real experience to compare it with other grinders. All I found on the Internet, was a single review here claiming it with a performing equally with a Mazzer Super Jolly Electronic. I’ve got my parcel home 2 days after the purchase, that was pretty fast. My, first impression after unboxing: This is big, massive, I didn’t really expect, it weights, it’s heavy (23 pounds), well stable. The body is well built, it’s in aluminium, available in black or grey colors, no chrom version. The paint work is awesome; it’s a very soft black surface that doesn’t keep any finger traces. The grind is not sticking at all, this is such easy to wipe it off. It’s 56cm tall, bear in mind to measure the height of your furnitures in the kitchen depending where you plan to set it, otherwise you might want to swap the hopper instead. The cover of the electronic display is made of plastic, just like the plate you put in front of the grinder. The manual is in Italian and English. I pretty much appreciated that all major functions were such intuitive. One key for a single dose, one for double dose, (+) and (-) to adjust the timer. Some key combination to switch off the timer, an electronic dose counter, buttons lock. That’s it. I put some beans in the hopper, put a portafilter, and there, the first good surprise, is that it stands on its own. It’s not only a fork where to put the portafilter, but a hook as well to keep it standing without need of holding it yourself. The second good surprise, this is the low volume. I do not have that many comparisons beside videos I saw on Internet, where I was considering the Eureka Mignon and the Macap M4D as well. I’ve got the “relative feeling” that the Eureka Zenith Club was slightly quieter in use. The burrs are 60mm, they are adjusted with a wheel of good size that provide an excellent feeling and that is very precise: if I turn the wheel just one half grade, I’ll see a difference during the extraction. By the way, when comparing with the Macap M4D I was considering, I have to confess this tuning wheel on the side appeared more comfortable than the burrs tunings of the Macap located in the back of the grinder. There is a LED to light up the portafilter, this detail provides a great control on the finest of the grind. The hopper has a slider to close of the distribution and allow removal. It’s very clean to use: in single dose, everything falls into the PF, in double dose, there is a few grind falling over, but it’s not really significant, and it falls in the plate anyway. Clumping : I read pretty much about this topic, saw videos, and with the beans I have used, and with a fine grind, I haven’t noticed anything. The fork holding the PF is adjustable, just like the chute as well. Imagine you want to grind some coffee for a filter coffee or a French press, just lift up the chute and you can fill a different receptacle. Retention: very little, with such a chute, the grind has no surface to attach to which is pretty enjoyable because I couldn’t figure out using a burst all the time to clean it. To conclude with of all of this, the adjective that describes this grinder the better is its comfort of usage. I'm certainly missing some experience to comment now about the negative sides of this grinder, but here is a summary of the qualities I have appreciated: The stability The body which doesn’t leave any finger traces left The low volume in usage The light on the portafilter The very intuitive commands The PF stand which holds it tightly Remains pretty clean in usage The little retention The tuning wheel, that fits nicely in the hand, and is also easy to fine-tune, very precise The price which make it competitive against the Macap M4D I initially wanted and against a Mazzer Mini, and also way cheaper than a Mazzer SJ if these two models can really be compared just like pretended in the other review mentioned above. The adjustable chute, which allows filling up something else than a PF, because I also have friends who enjoy filter coffee. If you feel like doing a purchase to Elektros.it , and see the product is currently not available, I would highly recommend to drop a mail to Gianni first. Because the stocks of this product is not always live updated on its Internet site: I preordered mine, just like other customers, means after there was only one sample left, that gone sold few days after.
  3. Hi guys, I'm looking for my first grinder to start getting into espresso and preferably wanting to spend between £100 - £200. I MAY be willing to spend over £200 for the right machine if you can persuade me. I'm happy buying used for the best deals. I'm not set on any specific grinder, but I'd like something timed. I do like the look of the Eureka Mignon Specialita but I'm not completely set on a specific machine so if you have a grinder you want to sell let me know and I might be interested! I live in Nottingham but I'm willing to travel for collection. Thanks guys, Callum
  4. Hi, Appologies if this has been covered, I tried having a look and the majority came up with info for Mazzers grinders etc. I have a Eureka MDMCA 65mm burr grinder which I believe is the same as a Simonelli MDX. The opening that the existing hopper fits into is 52.5mm, which size lens hood would be best, I think my options are either 49mm or 52mm. To my mind 52mm seems closest, but having never seen a lens hood in the flesh, I'm assuming the size corresponds to the plastic threads and the rubber looks as if it might be a little wider? As the hood will need to fit within the existing opening, perhaps the 49mm would fit best? It won't be possible to stretch it how I have seen them installed on the other threads. Any help greatly appreciated. Patrick
  5. I bought this just over a week ago to try and get my other half into 'faff free, on demand' espresso making. But, apparently white doesn't match our kitchen so I'm offering it back for sale. Will accept £350 collected from the Midlands for a quick sale (Coventry / Leicester area) if if posting I would like to get back what I paid £380 photos can be found in the link below.... http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?23804-Sold-Zenith-65e-(White-w-small-hopper)
  6. Selling my Zenith Club E after buying the Baratza Sette from coffeechap. It's in decent condition, one scuff/chip on the side (see pictures). I bought the hopper new when I got the grinder in August 2015. I bought it second hand, but it had had very little use with about 100 shots through it (a cafe backup I imagine). It's had just over 2,000 shots through it, and I've set the single dose up as a 2g 'daily purge', hence the count on the left setting. UPDATE: £270 posted, £250 collected. Thanks John
  7. I'm experimenting widely with weight and fineness of grind. (I have a Rocket Cellini and a Zenith 65e.) I wasn't happy with the quality of my shots so reduced the amount of coffee and increased the fineness of the grind. I'm now down to pulling a good shot in 25/30 seconds with only 14g of coffee (double shot of course). Is this amount of coffee unusually light? Does it suggest an improvement elsewhere that needs to be made? Should I just take a 'whatever works' attitude? Thanks for any responses to my rambling observations.
  8. I purchased this from Bella Barista nearly two years ago. It has been brilliant and never had a single issue with it. I would throw a very rough estimate and say it's had approx 25kg through it, might not even be that much, burrs are excellent. Most days it's one or two shots. I also have Sage Smart Grinder for brewed so it isn't even used every day. An excellent on demand grinder, with plenty of positive comments on this forum. Single and double shot buttons, continuous mode and even has an LED to light up the PF! It comes complete with everything it shipped with; hopper, lid, grinds tray, PF fork. Note: hopper lid is cracked but doesn't affect it's use at all. I look after everything I spend my hard earned on and I can honestly say, I can't find a mark on it, it's absolutely immaculate. I'll be sad to see her go. The power cord is not twisted or damaged. I would very much prefer collection (East Sussex) or meeting somewhere mutual, primarily to avoid postage risks/costs, but it's always good to meet and see something in the flesh. Any questions or if I've forgotten anything, just ask. £360 Thanks. Pics on DB - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qw6gweax1cbf32j/AABQVMUPaDrUAJfJguY8Aemia?dl=0 Edit: Yodel can collect and deliver for £10.79, happy to arrange this but would prefer collection.
  9. I'm after a short hopper for the Eureka Zenith. I'm single dosing at the moment, but not too happy about paying £40 for a new hopper from Bella Barista. Thanks
  10. I'm thinking of removing the doser from my Zenith Club to simplify cleaning and make it neater sized - I only ever single dose into the ever popular lens hood. I see lots of stuff about doing this to Mazzers, and I guess a lot of the principles apply, but does anyone know of any issues I might come across, or any other general tips etc? Removing the doser looks straightforward, and I realise I might need to bodge something with the micro switch..then maybe just seeing how and where the grounds then come out?
  11. Well as you know the Rockets internals are basically a Zenith 65E, that has a portafilter / chute light, and the Rocket doesn't. On taking the top off the Fausto, the lights there, just blanked off with a big metal plate. So suffering from light envy, I took mine apart, drilled some holes in the plate, covered it with a nice clear plastic disc to stop coffee grinds getting near the circuit board, and hey presto, 30 mins later, I have a light! If anyone else has a Fausto, an easy 30 minutes well spent 😃
  12. Hi folks. I’ve just bought a used Eureka Zenith and it comes with the big hopper which is way too big for my purposes. Does anyone have a small one they’d like to swap or sell to me? I don’t fancy doing a Perspex tube mod thanks. If if anyone knows where I can buy a small hopper for the RRP please let me know. I’ve only seen it for £55 plus postage on Google.
  13. For sale is my Eureka Zenith 65e, bought from this forum in October at around 15mths old. (original sale here). Since then I've made 1-2 cups a day. When i bought it, my intention was to get an espresso machine as well, but I stuck with an aeropress in the end. As a result, it's time for it to go. More pictures are available here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ZpNM04tvALYAtEYl1 £345 ovno, collection from J32 M62 (Whitley Bridge, in between Doncaster and Selby (or Pontefract and Goole, depending how you look at it). Any questions, fire away!
  14. I'm sure there are very good reasons, but what are they? Most of the other recommended grinders won't fit under the kitchen counter and are sufficiently more expensive that I'd like to understand much more clearly what all that extra money is buying. If you had to estimate subjectively, would you say something at the next level, let's say a Zenith or a Mazzer SJ or whatever is - 1%, 5%, 20%, 50% etc better than a Mignon whatever the key dimensions are? Taste, convenience, speed etc? Current machine is a Gaggia Classic, so looking to get a grinder first, but thinking about getting a decent HX machine in due course.
  15. I've just got hold of a Eureka Zenith and have been single dosing using an Aeropress funnel with a tamper over the top where the funnel narrows to avoid beans bouncing out. However, I'm having to push the grind button at least two or three times to get all the beans out. I assume this is because the beans are bouncing around in the funnel. I would put something on top of the beans to weigh them down as they go in, but this is in the way. Does anyone have any advice on how I can weigh the beans down or avoid having to grind more than once on each dose? Perhaps a Zenith user has created a nifty solution I'm not aware of... Thanks
  16. Large hopper for the Zenith. The base ring has snapped off. Thought someone might like a couple of the bits for spares/ repairs. A small donation to Mind or the forum. I'd like postage covered for the hopper itself £2.80 I imagine), but if someone is just after the lid and *that other little bit that I forgot the name of*, I'll send it free of charge as it will only be a large envelope through Royal Mail. Sorry - can't seem to rotate the picture!!
  17. As you may have spotted when Coffee Omega posted about the availability of this grinder, I mentioned that it looked "interesting" and asked them for a unit to review. They kindly sent me one to play with, use for a while and provide my impartial thoughts and findings - as would be applicable to normal home users. I've done all of this purely in the interests of getting my hands on a grinder that I thought may interest serious home users, and obviously there are a few of those on here - and to write this review to give those prospective users some good information about the grinder before considering spending any money on it! Anyway, my thoughts and a review of the new DIP DKS-65 On Demand grinder, available exclusively from Coffee Omega: (PDF version with more photos - the right way round - available here) ) DIP… Who? A little known Romanian manufacturer of grinders, that for over 20 years has had an ethos of designing and producing a simple, quality, well-engineered product – manufacturing as much of it as possible in-house. Metal parts are tooled and machined in house, plastic parts are tooled and injection moulded in house – ensuring that they have full control over the quality of the finished product. DKS-65 On-Demand Grinder The DKS-65 is the only on-demand grinder that DIP produce. With a range of retail/shop grinders, using a variety of flat burrs from 64mm right up to 180mm, the DKS-65 uses the smallest burr set in the range – the 64mm – but has on-demand timed dosing, with a good front-end control panel and hassle free dosing directly into the portafilter. At a price point of sub £380 ex VAT, it appears to fill a niche in the home-user grinder market for a relatively small, low-cost, simple yet high quality on-demand grinder with programmable timers (for single and double shots) and ‘push button’ ease of use. Recognising that this grinder would probably be quite attractive to many home users, I asked Coffee Omega (the exclusive UK distributor for DIP) to send me a unit for impartial review. So – this document provides my thoughts, quantitative findings and subjective results – and as I’ve mentioned, I have no commercial connection to Coffee Omega or DIP and have produced this review impartially in order to hopefully help prospective home users / purchasers make an informed decision to buy or not. So – what’s it like? Packaging… It’s shipped and delivered ‘double boxed’ – an outer branded box of thick cardboard, and then inner boxes – one containing the grinder base unit and instruction book, the other containing the 1.3Kg hopper with lid and grinds tray.   Physically… It stands 57cm tall, including the hopper – but a much more concise 34cm to the top of the grind adjustment collar. It’s comfortably smaller than a comparable 64mm flat burr dosered grinder, like a Compak K6 – but with the hopper it’s taller in total than the Compak K10 with small hopper. A small hopper doesn’t appear to be easily available, but would be a useful accessory. At 27cm deep and 15.5cm wide (about the same footprint as an Iberital MC2), it’s a good compact shape that will fit nicely on a kitchen work surface – and weighing less than 10Kg makes it easy to move around when required. The housing of the grinder is all black steel, with the front panel being polished stainless. Portafilter supports are fixed, with a portafilter dose button immediately behind them. An E61 portafilter fitted and works well. The grind adjustment collar is plastic, but it’s a solid and robust piece of plastic – and there’s no fear of it breaking. There’s also a removable grinds tray (black plastic) that fits at the front of the grinder. What are the Buttons and Controls? The DKS-65 is very similar to many other on-demand grinders in the way it’s used: -A main on/off rocker switch on the right hand side of the grinder. This powers on and off but doesn’t initiate any grinding. -A grind adjustment collar (though rotating in the opposite direction to many others – so clockwise is finer, and anticlockwise is coarser) -A portafilter ‘dose’ button -A control pane with backlit LCD display and four touch sensitive buttons: o* (for menu access and setting the timed dosing) o0/1 (for on/off and exiting menus) oSingle dose/- (for selecting single dose or decreasing set values/changing options) oDouble dose/+ (for selecting double dose or increasing set values/changing options) -A grind adjustment collar lock tab oMore on this later, but there’s a metal tab that locates in notches under the grind adjustment collar – making this a stepped grinder (as it locks in stepped positions) but with a standard ‘micrometrical’ rotating adjustment collar. -The hopper has a metal bean-sheet – to stop the beans falling out when you remove the collar. This rotates in and out and provides a good positive action and good closure of the bean hopper for removal. One minor annoyance is that when you turn the grinder on, it always defaults to Single Dose. If you’ve previously been using Double, it still defaults to Single – so you could get caught out. Whilst you could simply use the Single button as a double dose (ie 4.3s or whatever) and set the Double button to single (2.0s), it also has a dose counter – and records 1 dose for every use of the Single dose and 2 for every use of Double – so it’d confuse the dose counter somewhat.  Using the buttons and controls When the grinder powers up, as I said, it defaults to Single dose – so it’s normally necessary to press the “Double dose” button to select double dose timing. With the dose size (single or double) selected, the display shows the dose size and total doses. Pressing and holding “*” for a few seconds whilst in this mode allows the user to set the timer for single or double dosing, in tenths of a second – and down to 0.1s. (The lowest setting that reliably does anything is 0.2s though – which delivers around 0.3g. Setting to 0.1s is allowed, but doesn’t always activate the motor – simply increasing the shot count). I had the Double dose set to 4.3s, which was giving around 17.5g of ground coffee, and Single set to 0.3s – for topping up if necessary. Using the grinder in “Continuous” mode allows for a single press of the portafilter dose button, and the grinder activates for the set duration. With the dosing panel off (pressing the 0/1 button) the user can press and hold “*” again, to enter the setup menu. From within this menu you can set language (English, French, Spanish, etc.), view partial and total shot counts, and also set the dosing mode to: -Continuous: Pressing the dose button once causes the grinder to run for the programmed time. There’s no way to stop it from completing the timed dose once it’s running, and pressing the dose button again simply restarts the timer. (I used it in Continuous mode for 99% of the time – as would most users). -Pause: Pressing the dose button once causes the grinder to run for the programmed time, but pressing it again during that period ‘pauses’ the dose. Pressing it again resumes, etc. This can be annoying, as it never cancels or times out… so if the dose is set to 5s and you pause at 4s, the next activation of the dose button will deliver 1s, period. It would be better if the firmware were adjusted so that the ‘pause’ function timed out after 30s or something, so that a partial dose could be delivered – but then the timer reset back to a full dose for the next actuation (if after the timeout period). -Manual: Pressing the dose button grinds and releasing the dose button stops the grinder. Completely manual. Some On-Demand grinders have totally dumb ‘manual’ dose – bypassing the fancy electronics of the timed dose control (K10 Fresh for example) – so that the grinder can still be operated if the electronic timed dosing components fail for any reason. The DKS-65 doesn’t appear to have this – with the main on/off switch having just two positions – on (which powers it up but doesn’t start grinding) and off. Similarly, in keeping with many other on-demand grinders at this lower-end price point, there is no additional button or facility to “top up” and perform a quick grind to add a small amount. I set the “single dose” timer to achieve this – as once it’s grinding there’s no way to stop it prior to the programmed timer finishing, and no way to press anything else to grind manually. Again, clever reprogramming of the firmware by DIP could address this (for example, to set it so that if the “*” button is pressed within 10s of the grinding finishing, then it acts as a manual grind button… but after 10s it reverts to its normal ‘menu/program’ function).   cont...
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