Mbb wrote:Videos on how to align it. Lots of parts , screws. Plastic
No numerical markings to return to. Reports of locking ring slipping Etc.
It's not much of a stretch to say that OE kickstarted the market for precision manual coffee grinders, and Doug and Barb should be commended for that, as well as for all the other benefits they've brought to the coffee community. I've been using a Lido 2 for several years, and their whole Lido line is generally a bargain for the quality and utility of the products.
That said, I've never been happy with the Lido's kind of maddening grind adjustment process/mechanism. I waste too much coffee getting it right with critical precision, and like living with shoes that remain vaguely uncomfortable, it's clearly just a matter of time before I pull the trigger to replace it with an M47 or suchlike, something that will be the last manual grinder I'll ever want. It's just not as yet near the top of my priority list, though.