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by BodieZoffa, 15 minutes ago in Buying Advice
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High end grinder update time

True, but with conicals you can indeed achieve SUPERB espresso, bwahahaha
by BodieZoffa, 30 minutes ago in Grinders
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Olympia Express 'Mocha SD' grinder offering

Yep as in a Helor 106, totally variable RPM by design!
by JB90068, 30 minutes ago in Grinders
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EG1

Hey my brother - congrats on the your new baby. Give it some time and get used to using it, I think you may just find you like it more as time goes by. As to seasoning, I have to agree with what others have said. Every grinder I've ever had has benefited from having a lot of pounds
by ExpressSo, 42 minutes ago in Grinders
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Kinu m47 electric grinder equivalent for espresso?

Thanks Jeff! Price range honestly unsure. I read somewhere on here someone said around 1k for an equivalent electric to the kinu? But I haven't really thought about a price range yet because I don't know the minimum for what I am asking for... So I guess it would be whatever the starting price point 2nd hand is.
by renatoa, 49 minutes ago in Lever Espresso Machines
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Lever Espresso Machine Gallery

No spring ? Then why I say, when extracting... "Look, ma', no hands !"
by espresomania, 52 minutes ago in Lever Espresso Machines
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Lever Espresso Machine Gallery

Thanx. Yes, it's about the Gaggia Mini with 58 group, it's open boiler and it has even 2 spring ,(extra spring) makes around 7bar. I also mounted the PID controller. For me it is one of the best tool for espresso
by TomC, Today, 2:26 am in Lever Espresso Machines
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Lever Espresso Machine Gallery

Welcome to HB! The Mini Gaggia was I think the first 58mm group manual (non-spring related) espresso machine on the market. I had one for a little while. It's only shortcoming is the lack of steaming with its open boiler design
by TomC, Today, 2:23 am in Knockbox
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Original Mr. Coffee vs. today's drip machine design [VIDEO]

I've followed this guy since he was originally tearing apart radios and explaining hurricane lamps. He's quirky, but fascinating. He's not a fan of the USA power grid and layout, which tells me he's clued in
by Giampiero, Today, 2:13 am in Espresso Machines
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Weber Workshops Unifilter

Great, thanks for the feed back, but in term of taste/palate feelings did you got dramatic improvement than before?
by GDM528, Today, 2:11 am in Coffee Roasting
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Roasting dark: 'S' curve vs constant declining RoR?

"3 minutes"... Is that intentional, or that's simply how long it takes to get to a 30F rise? I ask because I've been doing it in a bit under 2 minutes and wondering if that's too short