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Well done. I am sure you will be quite happy with it!

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@itguy as an owner of an F64E I can assure you that these are quality both in terms of build and grind quality. The UI is also good and a pleasure to use.

 

As alluded to the only slight faff is adjusting grind finer as you need to run the motor, drop the catch and make the adjustment all at once.

 

Interesting about the difference in the burrs...

 

Would @dfk41 or @coffeechap be able to offer any wisdom about why they are cut differently? You can actually see the difference in this pic...

 

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That's great to hear and very reassuring. A few years ago before I really got in to coffee I remember being in a coffee beans place in Venice and seeing a grinder that I said 'wow, that's cool' behind the counter. Guess what it was!! A LCD model of some kind of Fiorenzato in Red!! Now I'll own one :)

 

re the burrs - I wonder if they designed the Evo to just be the more commercial one, with faster grinding and associated cooling to go with it. I have also seen in Europe there are companies that sell the F64 Evo with red speed burrs too.

 

Id be almost certain that you can just buy the Evo burrs and put them in a F64E, but just not for constant shot after shot after shot cafe use. (Then it would need the fan etc on the Evo).

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One question I do have though - do you actually use the temperature and humidity display to change your grinder or affect what you are doing or are they just "oh it's hot today" info?!

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Re burrs, they are cut differently as the faster Evo model requires a more aggressive cut, so if you swopped them with a 64E either way the performance would diminish.

Re the display. My grinders catch the sun as it moves across the sky and I find that I have to adjust slightly as the day goes on. For the home user the displays offer good info but I doubt it will get that hot, unless you have a lot of friends coming round!

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Wow!! Got my new Fiorenzato F64 Evo delivered this morning and wow, what a grinder. Super quiet, very very quick grinding and no boulders or static. Really very impressed. I'll tell you all what it tastes like when I've got back off my holidays and fired up the Expobar!!

 

I do need a short hopper for it though..

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Very, very helpful. That's just what I am after - the adaptor ring looks perfect and the short Mazzer hopper is ideal.

 

Nice one :)

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