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I guess originally it was my wife who requested the Dualit Expressivo she was given as a Christmas or birthday present, actually it sato in the box unused for eons until I bothered to unwrap and set it up.

 

Now shortly after that she decided this was to much trouble to use unless I was making it and for her sins bought a Nesspresso and frother, we used these for a while until one day we ran out of pods.... the only thing we had was a packet of coffee!!!!!

 

So the Expressivo was used and since then the Nesspresso has since sat idle.

 

Now for me I have been wanting to upgrade for a while but the wife's finally come around to this....

 

I want a grinder obviously but I want to future proof things by getting one now that I shouldn't ever need to upgrade.

Yes I know that could be expensive......

 

The grinder I want should be able to do all kinds of grinds including a Turkish grind, have a small footprint ideally, little mess preferable and be easy to change setting on and probably electric on demand, any other suggestions appreciated.

 

I will also be upgrading form the Expressivo and am thinking of something like the Rocket R58 or LaMarzocca Linea Mini.

 

I want an expresso machine with dual boilers that can be run plumbed or on a tank, easy to use and which I likely will never feel the need to upgrade from.

 

I will consider the used market and the new, I was wondering I'd folk can suggest somewhere in the southeast/London area I can view and try these machines.

 

I am currently moving abroad to Switzerland so whatever I buy here hopefully won't have any issue being used there.

 

Advice greatly appreciated many thanks guys.

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Ceado e37s for your grinder - all you could ever need ;-) one for sale still I think.

 

And @Obnic is your man for Switzerland advice


Plumbed in Vesuvius - BWT Bestmax - Niche in Black. Aeropress and Aergrind

 

Live and Let Live

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Ceado e37s for your grinder - all you could ever need ;-) one for sale still I think.

 

And @Obnic is your man for Switzerland advice

 

Yep your right one for sale and I just messaged the guy, although tbh I don't know much about these. Will it do a Turkish grind without clogging?

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Not sure about Turkish


Plumbed in Vesuvius - BWT Bestmax - Niche in Black. Aeropress and Aergrind

 

Live and Let Live

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If you are moving, then Bella Barista look after Obnics needs as said by others. They will advise and offer support on whatever combo you buy from them. I think they are selling the Compak range now as opposed to Ceado but the E8 looks good value

https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/compak-e8-od-espresso-coffee-grinder-3060.html

 

and I am sure if you buy machine and grinder they will sort a decent price out. Remember, they are a good retailer and the warranty comes from them, unlike many box shifters where the warranty gets lost in the process .

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