Big difference. My burrs are not even seasoned and the grinds look obviously different. The difference in the cup though is what counts and this tastes like a whole new grinder to me. I've never felt like the vario did a great job at press anyways. The vapot setting is also much improved. I was gonna sell my vario for a preciso until I found these burrs.jsolanzo wrote: $60 does seem a lot, but if it makes a lot of difference, like less fines, then I'm down!
Coffee preparation techniques besides espresso like pourover.
Awesome! I'll definitely buy a set. I think the only problem with the ceramics is the fines. I'm always getting a cup of coffee that has a hint of bitterness in it. Every other variables look right, except for the bitterness.
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Maybe you should have! Glad you're happy, but I really wish someone would do a head-to-head between the Preciso and Vario 2.0. I haven't yet read of any "cup quality"-based reason to shell out substantially more for the latter.jammin wrote:...I was gonna sell my vario for a preciso until I found these burrs.
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Ditting??jammin wrote:. . . Night and day difference in grind with the Ditting burrs.
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Yes, the new burrs are produced by Ditting. I was pretty thrilled when I found that out.
DITTING! If anyone can let me borrow a preciso..... I can compare lol..
Sorry for double post, but I just purchased one! Should arrive about tuesday since I live in CA, same state as the Baratza distributor I think.
Well I am here in the bay area Berkeley with a preciso, I know Sunnyvale is far but just saying.
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The espresso Vario burrs are made by Mahlkoenig. Aren't Ditting and Mahlkoenig the same company now? Either way, the Varios sport some serious burrage.jsolanzo wrote:DITTING! If anyone can let me borrow a preciso..... I can compare lol..
^yep - you called it, Jim.