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Just taken delivery of this beast, here are some photos o begin with. Will post up my thoughts as I put it through its paces 

 

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The burrs are awesome, I wish more manufacturers would follow ceados lead here, DLC precision burrs with no screw holes

 

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It’s so good to see this, a grinder with character and attitude!

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I *love* the look of these new Ceado grinders. You've driven it off the forecourt. ...now please put it on eBay at 30% of retail value.

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Thanks for posting. Keen to hear your views.

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ooo-la-la! Very interested to follow this!

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The LW EG1 v2 burrs are also equipped without screws.


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Awesome grinder. Great choice. 

I was expecting they will make it bit cheaper, but on the other hand, you pay premium price for premium grinder. 

Waiting for your feedback how it works. 

 


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Very nice!

Looking at one of these for myself, like a Monolith but good!

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First impressions are really good, machining is excellent with a lot of attention to detail, the blower mechanism coupled to the exit chute mech are great at getting the job done, the burrs are very ek esq and are superbly made, early day’s on taste front but recon this could be a game changer

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55 minutes ago, Bolta said:

The LW EG1 v2 burrs are also equipped without screws.

Not developed by themselves though, ceado have made these themselves!


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5 minutes ago, coffeechap said:

Not developed by themselves though, ceado have made these themselves!

Probably take a while to bed in with that DLC coating...


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First impressions are really good, machining is excellent with a lot of attention to detail, the blower mechanism coupled to the exit chute mech are great at getting the job done, the burrs are very ek esq and are superbly made, early day’s on taste front but recon this could be a game changer
Those burrs have a massive 'finnishing/sizing section' (I mean the outer part that is responsible for particle size).

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16 minutes ago, HowardSmith said:
29 minutes ago, coffeechap said:
First impressions are really good, machining is excellent with a lot of attention to detail, the blower mechanism coupled to the exit chute mech are great at getting the job done, the burrs are very ek esq and are superbly made, early day’s on taste front but recon this could be a game changer

Those burrs have a massive 'finnishing/sizing section' (I mean the outer part that is responsible for particle size).

Yep they are very very interesting 


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What's going on with the burrs...how do they fit together? Looks like one has two breaker zone spots and the upper one has a few raised sections...but if the burrs are the same size much of the surface on the upper burr would just rub against the smooth metal section on the inside of the lower burr?

Is that to make it a good single doser? Do the two breaker zone spots on the lower limit the amount of coffee the burrs take up at one time?

I'm going to have my E8 mounted on an angle soon. For the bellows I'm going to use a silicone cake decorating piping bag. Think I saw the spare part for the branded Ceado bellows is in the hundreds. 

How does variable speed affect things?


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Bad ass burrs, single dosing, kitchen vocal point and with a huge price tag to what's not to like, over to you CoffeeChap let's see what she can do

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9 minutes ago, Rob1 said:

How does variable speed affect things?

It’s fixed speed, this is the paired back version I a single unit 


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How are you going to calibrate it, can you calibrate it yourself with the given fixings?


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Looks amazing! Where have you put the external fan and speed control unit in relation to the grinder?

Where did you end up purchasing it from? 


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Not Dave, but this is the Ceado E37Z-Naked and NOT the Ceado E37Z-Hero

See here :  https://www.ceado.com/en/product/88.html

It does not have the variable speed control.

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1 hour ago, EricC said:

Not Dave, but this is the Ceado E37Z-Naked and NOT the Ceado E37Z-Hero

See here :  https://www.ceado.com/en/product/88.html

It does not have the variable speed control.

Thanks for the info - think I prefer this one to the Hero from a worktop space point of view.

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22 hours ago, MildredM said:

It’s so good to see this, a grinder with character and attitude!

And the wooden counter it is sitting on has a beautiful patina!🥰 (Caedo custom bar towel in the works, MM?🤔😉)

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19 hours ago, NikonGuy said:

How are you going to calibrate it, can you calibrate it yourself with the given fixings?

It’s calibrated at factory, which is also a great touch that other manufacturers could take note of

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