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    Sunbeam EM0480 with Gaggia Classic

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    Hi,
    Im new to this...so sorry for my negligence!

    Ive just got hold of a good second hand Gaggia Classic, and was completely unaware of the necessity of a good conical grinder. I went and bought a Delonghi KG100 yesterday, only to be disappointed.
    So now I want to return it, but the best the shop offers is the Sunbeam EM0480.

    Id just like some straight forward answers...

    In all seriousness, would the Sunbeam EM0480 grind coffee well enough to use in my Gaggia Classic?
    Or should I just pure more money into it all and get something better?

    Any comments/answers would be appreciated!

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    Re: Sunbeam EM0480 with Gaggia Classic

    Welcome to CS.

    Quote Originally Posted by 6E6C776F740D0 link=1284334369/0#0 date=1284334369
    was completely unaware of the necessity of a good conical grinder
    It doesnt have to be conical to be good. ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by 6E6C776F740D0 link=1284334369/0#0 date=1284334369
    would the Sunbeam EM0480 grind coffee well enough to use in my Gaggia Classic?
    Yes, it would be adequate. Generally, the more you spend on a grinder the more likely it is that it will perform better.

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    Re: Sunbeam EM0480 with Gaggia Classic

    Great. Thanks Dennis

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    Re: Sunbeam EM0480 with Gaggia Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by 383A2139225B0 link=1284334369/0#0 date=1284334369
    In all seriousness, would the Sunbeam EM0480 grind coffee well enough to use in my Gaggia Classic?
    In response to your question - the Sunbeam EM0480 is reasonable to pair with the Gaggia Classic. That was my combo uptill recently.

    BUT ... as per Dennis said - the more you spend on the grinder, the more likely it would perform better.



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