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Semi-Commercial 1 gram / second

If you ask us, a lot of folks buy oversized grinders not matching the espresso machine they have or buy: A $1,200 grinder and a $1,600 espresso machine does not make sense in many cases for home usage. A grinder is nothing more than two burrs, connected to an elektro motor plus a condensator, a switch on/off and either a doser, or some electronics to stop the grinding process after a pre-defined period of time which equals quantity of ground espresso coffee. Especially if you have a load of 10 espresso shots per day, a grinder between $ 300 and $600 is the perfect solution. Of course the grinder should be sturdy. It should fit underneath your counter top. There are tons of espresso coffee grinders on the market, most of them either lack the quality we expect or they are too expensive for what they provide you with. Please call us to help you to find the right size, and whether doser or on demand is better for you: 800 746 6174

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  • Plastic Grinder e.g. Breville

    Plastic Grinder e.g. Breville


    We never sell Brewville, please read this feedback of a customer who bought a brewville grinder from someone else, we did not change one word, but the static problem is part of almost all grinders, using inexpensive plastic instead of metal bodies. I...

  • Eureka Chrome / Red


    Eureka Mignon Specialita 55 chrome red On Demand Programmable

    MSRP: $716.00

    EUREKA is a seasoned Italian company in designing and manufacturing modern and elegant coffee grinders since 1920. Beyond the innovative design, the new range features 2 important peculiarities: the Silent Technology to reduce the grind noise...

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  • Macap M2 series on demand espresso coffee grinder, stepless wormdrive


    Macap M2 Wormdrive Espresso Coffee Grinder On Demand Programmable


    Macap was founded in 1930 in Venice, and today has a line of high-end cold- and hot-beverage preparation equipment that exemplifies Italian appliance high-end design. Macap’s major attraction is it's line of inexpensive coffee grinders, called M2...