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I went from the Oxo to the Stagg for the reason you are talking about. I had trouble limiting the flow and agitation of the Oxo due to the spout design. It heated up faster than the Stagg, but it doesn't display current temp like the Stagg does either. I have had no regrets switching.
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Trusting that the sample size of individual grinders can be extrapolated upon, (which really isn't the best idea) it would seem the JS is indeed the best grinder to go for, but it is out of stock at the moment. It also really depends what your are using it for as I think these tests were done at more of a pourover grind size unless I misread the post.
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If you drop your all-steel Kinu Classic, it survives. If you drop your aluminum 1zpresso JE Plus and it gets dented, well....? Regarding cleaning, even if the coffee residue takes "years" to go rancid, I would still think cleaning would reduce the bitterness coffee oils and fines residue can acquire in what I imagine is a far shorter period. What I wonder is can a Grindz tablet be enough...
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I use my Lido for everything. Espresso at home, my flair when traveling, french press, aeropress, and pourover. It excels at everything I throw at it. Stable at coarser grinds with few fines that clog up pourover cones or make gritty french press. And delicious espresso that keeps up with my baratza vario. My true zero is about -7 compared to the original black line, but 1 full turn +6 lines up fr...