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49 minutes ago, JohnC56 said:

Like my niche. Do people pay 2k+ for a grinder? Thought niche was steep

Getting a monolith is really hard. Their pre-orders sell out within minutes usually. 

Its like any hobby, some people consider £500 for a bike expensive and some people consider £6k reasonable. Some people spend £4k on their car and others spend £40k to do exactly the same thing. 

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Started doing some comparisons between my Niche and Monolith Flat with RedSpeed SSP burrs this morning. Main reason for purchasing the Monolith was curiosity. I had stepped up from a Mignon to th

I think it's extraordinary that people are comparing a £500 grinder with a Monolith flat costing 4x more. I think it shows what a good job Martin did with the Niche. Good quality grinding, affordable,

<pedant alert> You can subjectively compare anything you want to anything else..... Arguably it is more difficult to objectively compare two "different" things... Subjective compa

1 minute ago, mctrials23 said:

Getting a monolith is really hard. Their pre-orders sell out within minutes usually. 

Its like any hobby, some people consider £500 for a bike expensive and some people consider £6k reasonable. Some people spend £4k on their car and others spend £40k to do exactly the same thing. 

True true. I’m an old dog but I’m learning some new tricks here

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