Cafflano Krinder (Kickstarter) - Page 3

Grinders are one of the keys to exceptional espresso. Discuss them here.
wachuko

#21: Post by wachuko »

In short... builds muscle for espresso.... easy to use for anything else.

I have not used it much as I gave it to a friend that has been waiting for a Sette 270 he ordered for his Gaggia....

When I did the test, it took a long time, compared to my Helor 101, to grind for espresso...... outside of that, for coarser grinds, it is fast.
Searching for that perfect espresso!

Wachuko - LMWDP #654

Bluenoser

#22: Post by Bluenoser »

yeah.. have read the Timemore C2 is not great for espresso as the range of settings is too small.. and too much work.. . too bad.. seems only the Lido, C40, Kinu and maybe a Knock are good for espresso..

Just used a friend's Kinu Phoenix to grind 18g.. butter smooth.. great machine.. but $350 here.. well worth it if it is used a lot.. but I'm only looking for an occasional use travel espresso grinder..