To clarify I understand, I would need to increase the number of pours?
I received my Skerton Pro and am frustrated immeasurably with adjusting the settings. Did I make a mistake?
Yes. Simply, many pour over recipes call for single pours, but to get the right brew time you control the speed by having the right grind size, which is usually quite a bit smaller than French Press coarse. A common thing to do with a grind that's too coarse is make more pours, so you are extending the brew time that way. Pour overs that might work best would be a beehouse/melitta, (which restricts flow significantly), December dripper (you can adjust flow), Clever (start off with immersion and then finish as pour over), Chemex 3-cup (heavily restricted and I use near a French Press grind, still would need at least a couple pours).
As for the Skerton Pro, I thought that was supposed to be easy to adjust compared to the original? Unless I'm mistaken, you tighten to zero and then twist and count the number of clicks?