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Nobody wants it then


R58, Niche (midnight black), IMS screen, VST Basket, Acaia Pearl, Torr GF, Feldgrind, V60, Kalita 185 and loads of other stuff I probably don't need :)

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If I didn't have a Niche coming I would go for this one on eBay

 

Excuses...!

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Nobody wants it then

 

I have way too many grinders


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It’s not my colour :)


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It's sold now.


SAGE IS NOT A UPGRADE

 

 

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Sadly, saw it to late - i was looking for a user 37S.

I think more used grinders will be sold soon - the new 37S with touch panel is ready.

 

 

Is it possible to integrate the wooden grind setting mechanism of the 37K to the 37S?

Is it possible to change the "old" 37S to the new touch panel?

 

Thank you very much!

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Sadly, saw it to late - i was looking for a user 37S.

I think more used grinders will be sold soon - the new 37S with touch panel is ready.

 

 

Is it possible to integrate the wooden grind setting mechanism of the 37K to the 37S?

Is it possible to change the "old" 37S to the new touch panel?

 

Thank you very much!

 

You think grinders are like phones with the existing E37S owners looking at the new one and going mmm shiny? Have a look at this thread.;)

 

https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?43800-How-many-doubles-do-you-make-grind-whatever-each-day

 

Upgrading to another grinder with a few shiny bits doesn't look like it would be a great value proposition for many people? I guess more likely is once Niche owners get their grinders and use em for 3 or 4 months, you might see some E37S grinders come up for sale....but they won't be cheap.


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Does the Niche have to permeate into another thread! For what it’s worth I think the flavour profile on lighter roasts is better on the e37s than from a kony that shares the same burr set


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I keep forgetting to ask - what product is recommended to “polish my chute” (as it were...)

 

Thanks

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Also - check this out - not perfect but I couldn’t read the numbers previously!

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Edited by rob177palmer

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Where are you guys sourcing the chutes from to fit accurately?

 

 

I knocked together something that looks a bit like a tamper (albeit an xtra thicc one) to keep the grind consistent.

 

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It's a bar section of stainless steel, an acrylic disc on the bottom that contacts the beans and is near-as-dammit the ID of the glass tube, with a wooden tamper handle attached to the top - simples.

 

Wooden handle atop ins't entirely visible, but this is a photo I already had hosted and you get the idea. Tube and handle length is such that the weight can be lifted out to refill once it gets down to the bottom. It weighs around 600g.

 

I found grind times and consistency to be all over the place with less than ~300g of beans in the hopper, whereas I get near-zero variance with this setup.


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Where are you guys sourcing the chutes from to fit accurately?

 

Here’s the tube: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200973097176

60mm OD, 4 mm Walls (52mm ID) 200mm long - seems to hold enough for about 150g

 

I have a ball bearing weight:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190674488769

The 50mm option

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Here’s the tube: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200973097176

60mm OD, 4 mm Walls (52mm ID) 200mm long - seems to hold enough for about 150g

 

I have a ball bearing weight:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190674488769

The 50mm option

 

Thank you for the information, much appreciated


Vesuvius Dual Boiler / Ceado E37S / KvdW Shower Screen / VST Precision baskets / Torr Tamper / Motta Champion Milk Pitchers / Stretton Hills (Waitrose) Water /

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Thanks rob177palmer! Got tube and ball bearing setup now. Much better for consistency. Still had problem of wastage of beans with the E37s, due to the size of the grind chamber. Had been laboriously digging them out with a small plastic spoon - very inefficient. Then found this on eBay - Visiovac universal valuables trap.

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Works really well for removing and saving beans from the grind chamber. As long as you only use it for this and keep it clean! Also, makes it much easier to adjust grind according to the manufacturers instructions (with an empty grind chamber). Various sellers at various prices. It’s worth hunting around for a good deal. Got mine for less than a tenner.

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I ended up with my first high static beans this time - grinds going everywhere - I have the upgraded scc flap disengaged as couldn’t get my head around it at the start. I decided to extend the flap a little to see if this reduced static - the results have been superb - have been getting the “dream” flow of fluffy grinds gentle landing in the middle of the basket and almost perfect dosing precision day after day.

 

I’m a little shocked at how much better this is working with a nudge of SCC. I was Happy previously, but better now I can rest the PF on the two prongs and just wait for the right about of coffee to waterfall into the basket.

 

So looks like I don’t need a Mythos after all!?

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I’ll try and take a video when back from the weekend away.

Still really surprised by how stable the dosing is day to Day - a nudge of SCC really has helped.

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Managed to snap a smidgeon of SCC up the chute:

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After two days away, purged for 0.8s then all three doses produced a bang-on-15.5g serving.

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Edited by rob177palmer

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So my delight with my well behaved grinder lasted precisely as long as the Kilo of Nicaraguan beans!

 

Cracked open a kilo of rested Rwandan today - static central! For one, I am trying to control this with the SCC as I now know how much impact it can have. Increased the SCC twice this morning and helped a little bit nowhere near replicating the above video.

 

Have now added more so will see how that changes things for tomorrow.

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Are we just fighting a never ending battle with some beans.:whistle:

 

That was my thought exactly! Never before had such a swing from one end of the scale to the other between beans.

 

I would say that with A LOT of SCC, I have tamed most of the static. Can almost rest the PF on the rest again, but not quite. Taming the static has come at the cost of the dose tho - my usual 4.5s double dose produces for less than my target 15.5g.

 

More tweaking tomorrow!

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