Here:akabigo wrote:Anyone get screenshots from the Eureka website before they took it down? That link isn't showing anything now. Thanks
I have been thinking about doing exactly that. Very encouraged to hear you have proven it works well.dascoont wrote:I've actually put an incline with 2 large stick on rubber feet on the backside on my eureka filtro, and bought and installed a 3d printed single dose hopper. Total cost for me was around $240 usd, great single doser, just wish the exit chute was a little lower or longer down.
That screenshot mentions a "Blow Up" system. For the Atom series, it meant a plastic bellows lid to puff out the remaining ground coffee. Not sure how you can do that with the wooden lid... We haven't seen their full single dose story is my guess.heytchap wrote:Here:
Eureka may reveal a surprise at the last minute: bellows similar to one found in Ceado E5SD. If they do, this would be more effective than blow up hopper of the Atom.That screenshot mentions a "Blow Up" system.
No, I was wondering if Eureka would reveal an alternative to the "wooden" hopper, a bellows à la Ceado. I am not sure if hopper was a good idea, unless Eureka can completely clear itself of any lose grinds, which sounds challenging once the motor is not spinning, since they choose to keep the clump breaker.I don't know if it makes any sense to have a hopper which you have to remove every single time in order to then blow air with the bellows. Sounds like the worst workflow ever.
The grinder shows up on the website of a Polish coffee gear retailer. I sent an inquiry about availability and here is the response I got this morning:mralph26 wrote:Why did they erased all information about the new single dose grinder? I can"t find anyting on eureka website
Does anyone know when it will be launched?