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New G-Iota DF64 / Solo (?) 64mm flat burr single dosing grinder

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Giving this grinder some very serious consideration. Bought my first set up in June and currently own the Sage SGP (paired with a Bambino)- it's in mint condition and I was planning on grabbing a Niche when I upgraded. The price-point and presumably availability of this which I can probably get for shelling out £250 after selling my SGP are making this very tempting, although think I'll wait until a nicer range of colours become available.

I have no issues with my SGP,  but I expect I'll see a vast improvement on the coffee with this grinder.

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