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    Sunbeam torino grinder

    Hi I am looking to buy a coffee machine and grinder. At the moment I thinking of getting EM7100 becauae it can take pods so my wife can use it as well and also a torino grinder EM0800.

    Anyone has any experience about EM7100 and Torino Grinder.

    The reason I am not looking to buy Em0700 is becase I read some review and threads on the forum saying that they are quite messy. So I thought looking the next level up which is Sunbeam Torino coffee grinder.

    Thanks.

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    id probably stretch your budget if you can to a small semi commercial grinder, the quote form at the bottom of each page will allow you to email all sponsors and get a quote. something like an M2M Macap or a sette 270 or something like that, you won't spend a lot more than the Torino and will get a better grinder in the long run

    the EM7100 is pretty cool if you have a pod user at home and someone who wants to take their coffee up a notch, good luck with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukemc View Post
    id probably stretch your budget if you can to a small semi commercial grinder, the quote form at the bottom of each page will allow you to email all sponsors and get a quote. something like an M2M Macap or a sette 270 or something like that, you won't spend a lot more than the Torino and will get a better grinder in the long run

    the EM7100 is pretty cool if you have a pod user at home and someone who wants to take their coffee up a notch, good luck with it
    Thanks Lukemc. Do you know how much roughly sette 270?

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    they vary in price depending on where you go, if you send a quote form off your get an idea. I think the M2M will be cheaper, and from reading the forum is predicted to last longer tool.

    Antony at Casa Espresso just listed some new eureka grinders as well.

    They will all be above the Torino in price, but also in grind quality, and the grinder is at least as important as the machine, if not more so in producing good quality coffee (fresh beans equally as important!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukemc View Post
    they vary in price depending on where you go, if you send a quote form off your get an idea. I think the M2M will be cheaper, and from reading the forum is predicted to last longer tool.

    Antony at Casa Espresso just listed some new eureka grinders as well.

    They will all be above the Torino in price, but also in grind quality, and the grinder is at least as important as the machine, if not more so in producing good quality coffee (fresh beans equally as important!)
    It is just they give me special price for Torino grinder if I take EM7100. I will take it if it is good otherwise I may need to spend a bit more on other grinder.

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    The Torino grinder is actually quite good for the price. If you can get one for about $250 itís a good buy. The other good option at this level is the Breville Smart Grinder Pro. Both are quite user friendly and tidy, but what Luke has said is correct that it canít hurt to look at something like the Baratza Sette if you can afford it. Honestly though if the Sunbeam package is all you can afford itíll do the job just fine.
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