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Hello to all, this will be my first upgrade from my recently deceased cheap grinder I've got a budget of around £200 I know it won't get a lot but as I'm bang on sage money is this the best/ only choice? 

I do like a bit of different brew methods any help would be much appreciated as my head hurts lol

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Hi and welcome to the forum 😋.....there are plenty of good people on here who will give you some good advice......for me at that price range i (bought) a Rok GC hand grinder...some love it and some hate it....it's a minefield out there....good luck with whatever you purchase.

Love the user name....self explanatory i suppose....future missus says i should change mine to Grumpy or Arsehole :classic_wink:

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49 minutes ago, Rumpelstiltskin said:

Hi and welcome to the forum 😋.....there are plenty of good people on here who will give you some good advice......for me at that price range i (bought) a Rok GC hand grinder...some love it and some hate it....it's a minefield out there....good luck with whatever you purchase.

Love the user name....self explanatory i suppose....future missus says i should change mine to Grumpy or Arsehole :classic_wink:

Thank you for you input, and yes used to be a smoke many 🌙 ago but still proud I'm not now but with all this choice🤔

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Hi and welcome!

You need to make a decision on whether you want a top end hand grinder or lower end electric. £200 may get you a decent second hand ex commercial on Ebay or even better on here (they do pop up occasionally). If you could stretch your budget to £250 - £300 you are into Mignon territory which will give you compactness and build quality.

Have a look around. I will note however a friend has just gone through the same process as yourself and stocks were low on nearly everything (home working and coffee go hand in hand!). He had a real chew, in the end he bought the last Mignon Specialita in the country for far more than his original budget of £250.

GS3 MP, Ceado E92 and E37s, Feldgrind. Niche.

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