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About the Product
  • Stainless Steel base w/ plastic compartments (120V)
  • Sleek & compact design w/ start/stop button
  • 15 grind settings to select from (from fine to course)
  • Adjustable coarseness
  • Removable bean hopper
  • Easy to clean
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15 grind setting to choose, from fine to course
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Stainless Steel base – plastic compartments
Sleek & Compact Design
Start/Stop Button
Adjusts Coarseness for Fine or Coarse Grind
Removable Bean Hopper
Easy To Clean
120V
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Quote from JimBanville :
My $20 hario hand burr grinder can turn coffee beans to powder. Lol.
I had a knockoff hario burr grinder, all I did was take the handle off and put a bigger nut on the threads and then got a drill with nutdriver attached and baaam I got me a Dalongi
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Quote from kmmaification :
I had a knockoff hario burr grinder, all I did was take the handle off and put a bigger nut on the threads and then got a drill with nutdriver attached and baaam I got me a Dalongi
Lol. I saw a video of someone that did that.
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The burr set in this will be dead quickly
Replaceable? ...unlikely

Buy something like a Baratza that has quality burr sets available
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You use a hand cranking ceramic burr grinder for espresso? If so, can you provide me a link to the one for 6 bucks? Thank you
No, I do French press. If you search ceramic burr grinder on Amazon and eBay, limit to under $10, eventually something cheap [ebay.com] will show up. Most of the time you have to wait a few weeks.

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Quote from vinc3l3 :
I had this grinder for less than a month. Great grinder, quiet for a grinder but it doesn't grind fine enough for espresso. It's good for everything else, you really need an expensive grinder for espresso. I replaced it with a sette 270. I think i paid more than this price so it's a good deal.
Doesn't grind fine for espresso? I have a cheap Mr coffee grinder I make powder with and awesome espresso with lots of crema. Just depends on how long you grind it
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I had a knockoff hario burr grinder, all I did was take the handle off and put a bigger nut on the threads and then got a drill with nutdriver attached and baaam I got me a Dalongi
Kiwi ingenuity

Be careful though, as its easy to put too much downward pressure while grinding, causing burrs to contact each other increasing wear
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Kiwi ingenuity

Be careful though, as its easy to put too much downward pressure while grinding, causing burrs to contact each other increasing wear
It barely required downward pressure, I was using the bigger hand burr grinders that used to take me 5 minutes to grind, now it takes less than a minute...been doing it for about a year.
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Quote from Peakmaster :
America's Test Kitchen lost me with their hot sauce test debacle. I've had 2 of these...one in each home, for more than a year. They are powerful, quiet and simple with excellent quality burr blades.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LKGK...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
What was the hot sauce debacle!
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It barely required downward pressure, I was using the bigger hand burr grinders that used to take me 5 minutes to grind, now it takes less than a minute...been doing it for about a year.
My point exactly - it doesn't require much! But most people are used to putting downward force with drill/drivers (not to mention its weight) - hence my warning
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I bought this after trying a couple other $60 price point models.
I kept this one but it's not without a few flaws. For one, the grind adjustment doesn't go very coarse. I think it's coarse enough for drip but I'm not an expert. The thing will make a super fine powder.
One thing that's a minor pain is you have to select your amount to grind every time. And for some reason the first setting is "grind everything you got" in the hopper.
Second pain is the top to the grounds catcher part. It fits too tight so I don't use it, which is kind of okay, but if it fit better I would have less mess.
It does hold more than others in this price point. It also can grind more than enough coffee at one time ( I use the 3 of 5 setting and get enough for a full "10" cup coffee pot).
It was also a smidge quieter than the other and a ton quieter than a blade.
As far as taste, this is all about convinence for me. The blade type grindera are louder, mine did half a pot of coffee at a time, grind size was based on me flicking a switch...
This I press the button while I'm filling the coffee pot with water, it's done before my fridge filtered water is.
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Doesn't grind fine for espresso? I have a cheap Mr coffee grinder I make powder with and awesome espresso with lots of crema. Just depends on how long you grind it
You are most likely using a "pressurized" espresso machine? Like a Delonghi?
The pressurized basket ensures crema no matter the quality of the grind.
It's not wrong because all that matters is you like your coffee, but it's just not on the same level.
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Quote from djJahman :
I bought this after trying a couple other $60 price point models.
I kept this one but it's not without a few flaws. For one, the grind adjustment doesn't go very coarse. I think it's coarse enough for drip but I'm not an expert. The thing will make a super fine powder.
One thing that's a minor pain is you have to select your amount to grind every time. And for some reason the first setting is "grind everything you got" in the hopper.
Second pain is the top to the grounds catcher part. It fits too tight so I don't use it, which is kind of okay, but if it fit better I would have less mess.
It does hold more than others in this price point. It also can grind more than enough coffee at one time ( I use the 3 of 5 setting and get enough for a full "10" cup coffee pot).
It was also a smidge quieter than the other and a ton quieter than a blade.
As far as taste, this is all about convinence for me. The blade type grindera are louder, mine did half a pot of coffee at a time, grind size was based on me flicking a switch...
This I press the button while I'm filling the coffee pot with water, it's done before my fridge filtered water is.
A lot of people "single dose" which means they weigh their whole beans for every drink, and only fill the hopper with that single dose. So that is why there is a button to grind everything.
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Quote from wellcum :
Well, for a few bucks more, you can push a button and have expresso instead ... I use a $6 hand cranking ceramic burr grinder too, just a little tired growing older every morning shake head
I don't think this grinder would be good enough for espresso. You want very high consistency and very fine control over fineness of the grind. Otherwise, the shots will pour too fast or slowly.
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Quote from ajemeister :
Thanks! In for one. New to grinding my own coffee, but I'll give it a shot! Getting tired of pre-ground coffee and the grinders at the store don't always work.
I use the milling blade on my magic bullet and have been happy with the results
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