I noticed this as well. But I believe it'snot purely a static problem - it may be related as well, or instead, to the ridge/groove around the rim of the
Congrats on the purchase.
i've also got a DG. once it's cleaned and operational feel free to ask any questions, pretty sure there are quite
I had the same static issue. I use a bamboo skewer to stir up the grounds anyway, once I made a couple of extra swirls that went right around the edge
I have also recently bought a Niche grinder and LOVE it - so easy to use, adjust and single dose. I don't have a lot of trouble with static using the
Welcome to Coffee Snobs Stu,
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Im new to this so please excuse me jumping on your thread, I canít work out how to start a new post.
I have an old LaCimbali M27
Savour your remaining beans, we have none on the way at the moment.
The last landed Ismaili was $35k a tonne, with just the USD difference
Just purchased a Niche Zero grinder and was wondering if anyone else is having trouble with static in the dosing cup?
As if we weren't envious enough, now you're just being cruel!
Thanks for all the info guys.
Totally agree Stavros, putting your best effort into unearthing the detail, (but only after you've dicovered the questions) and before you commit to much
It was the next on my list to try, I think it was at some point available roasted too .
Very sad indeed to see pointless hostilities ruining
An interesting story and heartening to hear that the enjoyment of specialty coffee is spreading beyond the cities to the rural areas. I can imagine the
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