Let's see vintage electric grinders

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Gpinch1
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#1: Post by Gpinch1 »

Would be nice to see some vintage electric grinders.
There certainly are some beautiful ones from the 50's - 60's

ripvanmd

#2: Post by ripvanmd »

Recent addition to the stable....


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aaronmaestri

#3: Post by aaronmaestri »

Here's my favourite.

If only i could find / afford one. I have to be satisfied with the single group Urania i have

Gpinch1 (original poster)
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#4: Post by Gpinch1 (original poster) »

Thats amazing !

aaronmaestri

#5: Post by aaronmaestri »

some more chrome.
If I'm going to shell out hundreds of dollars on a grinder I want a metal / enamel badge on it, not plastic and certainly not paint.

Gpinch1 (original poster)
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#6: Post by Gpinch1 (original poster) »

Just beautiful !!

It's too bad more makers don't do enamelled bages.

aaronmaestri

#7: Post by aaronmaestri »

Here's a couple of FAEMAs from back when they made good looking grinders

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grog

#8: Post by grog »

Love the hopper on that Mazzer.
LMWDP #514

DucaiMann

#9: Post by DucaiMann »

I have one of those!

It has standard size flat burrs. All I had to do was swap out the bearings and everything runs. 220v and it is a beast. The grinds fly out of the chute and generate quite a bit of static. Not a home grinder, but it is neat to look at!


aaronmaestri

#10: Post by aaronmaestri »

a couple more with really nice shaped glass hoppers. I also like the one armed bandit style of doser lever on the left