Use preground coffee while saving for an espresso grinder? - Page 2

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

mrgnomer wrote:The very good grinder you started with will be able to follow you to that serious upgrade justifying the extra few hundred dollars US you paid for it vs. a less expensive, less capable grinder.
Not only that, but if you decide that making espresso at home isn't your thing, you're likely to recover a larger percentage of your purchase price of a good grinder compared to a mediocre one. And if you buy a second hand Rocky or Mazzer, you may recover ALL of your purchase price (the guy who bought my Rocky sold it for the same price two years later; he could have sold it for more than he paid, but it was favorably priced for a friend).
Dan Kehn