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  1. #11
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    Yep. JoduTer = Spammer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Just so your aware the Mazzer Mini is a awesome little grinder - but its designed for espresso. It probably doesn't grind large enough for drip brewing. Your best looking at the Baratza line of grinders.
    Thanks for clarifying that Musicphan. I got that impression, but wasn't sure..

    Are commercial grinders versatile enough to be able to grind from fine espresso to course drip?

    And when looking at ebays used grinders.. What brand names should I look for, or ignore?

    Thanks again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spazatak View Post
    Hey people and thanks! Sorry bout the snarky comment.

    A commercial grinder would be great but not sure it would fit under my cabinets.

    I was also thinking a hand grinder would be OK, as long as it was clamped down to the counter like the garrett wade burr coffee grinder or camano coffee mill, but will I want to do that first thing in the a.m?

    I was so close to buying a used mazzer mini on CL, but it sold..
    Hand grinders should not be clamped down! When you grind with a hand grinder you should turn the handle and the grinder both at the same time (in circles).

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    Here are some good BRANDS of grinders Ceado, Quamar, Mazzer, and Eureka.

  6. #16
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    I have had a Rancilio Rocky for a whole lot of years. It is pretty bulletproof. It should last many lifetimes as it is overbuilt. Biggest danger is itís weight. if you drop it on a toe, you will be limping for a long time.

 

 
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