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by John_Doe, February 20th, 2020, 3:55 pm in Grinders
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Kinu M47 bearings noise

I agree somewhat, but of course aluminum can stand up to harsh daily use with grinders, etc. Look at how many electric commercial grinders have aluminum motor frames, grind/burr housings, etc. I'm sure the Kinu Classic is a nice/solid hand grinder, just couldn't see paying that much for stainless over high quality aluminum that will work just as well and last just as long in this case. Also, not a...
by EbenBruyns, February 20th, 2020, 3:53 pm in Home Roasting
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Roasting coffee on a boat

Seems interesting, expensive. But how well does it actually work. Storage will be an issue and then getting co2 refills might be a challenge... will investigate this further to assess viability.
by EbenBruyns, February 20th, 2020, 3:52 pm in Home Roasting
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Roasting coffee on a boat

What's the actual length of the arms? There's a radius there and I need to figure out if I can place it in a spot where it can raise high enough but get past on its way down. Very tight tolerance and I don't want to put that strain on my saloon table since it's only held on by 2 pins.
by EbenBruyns, February 20th, 2020, 3:49 pm in Home Roasting
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Roasting coffee on a boat

I'm dubious. Will wait until the reviews come in. Seems like a supercharged moka pot. Not a fan of transferring espresso from one vessel to another, seems to destroy the crema.
by BlackCarrera, February 20th, 2020, 3:46 pm in Lever Espresso Machines
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Small mod to commemorate my Olympia Cremina

Thanks! I got a proof version of the coin, so it's super shiny and clear every time I walk past or use it. Didn't think something adding something so small could have such an effect.
by drgary, February 20th, 2020, 3:37 pm in Home Roasting
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Roasting coffee on a boat

Briefly reading that description, the 9barista defaults at a fixed temperature and pressure. With a pourover lever you can fine-tune your shot.