Option-O LAGOM Casa Coffee Grinder - Page 4

Grinders are one of the keys to exceptional espresso. Discuss them here.
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#31: Post by ei8htohms »

The ones that look like real pictures show numbers:


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#32: Post by ciuvak »

Doesn't this 90 degree design require additional complexity of gears to send power from a horizontal motor to conical burrs, same as Sette for example. Are there other practical reasons to choose this path? Did they pick this orientation only to avoid ending up with an Opus?

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#33: Post by Jeff »

So far, the engineering from Option-O hasn't been worth second guessing. Gear or belt reduction, in general, allows torque multiplication when reducing speed.

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#34: Post by Ullke »

I'm thinking the Casa could be a complementary grinder to my 01. Used for more traditional espresso and darker roasts.
Is this a good idea? I have also thought about the Niche, but I really don't like their design.