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Sage Oracle coffee machine grinder...but separate!

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Hi all,
I have the Sage Oracle coffee machine which I enjoy very much. The thing I enjoyed the most is the automatic dosing and tamping.
I would like to have a new grinder for my decaf coffee to grind in a separate grinder and I would like to have a similar grinder that Oracle coffee machine has.
I mean the grinder that does automatic dosing and tamping but it seems neither Sage nor any other manufacturer makes such a grinder.
Is that right? Do you know any?
Many thanks.

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Yeah I got hooked on that too - however I think (from lots that I've read) that the tamping is less important than the grind size, consistency and distribution - I upgraded to a Baratza Sette 270W (which I then upgraded to a Wi) which I managed to make work really well with my Oracle...


Decent Pro 1.3, Sage DB (Slayer, Brass OPV and Pump modded, IMS Screen), Sage Oracle, Titus EK43s SSP Burrs, Mazzer SJ, Mignon Silenzio, Sette 270Wi, Niche coming soon, waitlist for waitlist for waitlist for Monolith Flat lottery... Osmio Zero.

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