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    coffee grinder

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    I just look coffee grinder, anybody know which one is a good one?

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    It would be better if you said what other equipment you have for making coffee and how much you want to spend on a grinder.

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    +1 on what TG posted, plus you might want to check these two threads out. Lots of great information to be had.
    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/grinders/2...irst-time.html
    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/grinders/2...scussions.html

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    EK43's are said by some to be decent.

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    The answer probably lies somewhere between small hand grinder at $50 and a high end industrial grinder at $tens of thousands.

    Without a brief, no value whatsoever in speculation as to what might be of use.

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    In view of other thread where the OP is asking about selling a 5 kg roaster and buying a 10 kg, I would say that nothing short of a floor standing PETRONCINI MAIN grinder with 150 mm (6" in old money) grinding plates will be of use. Excellent grinder....I wouldnt part with mine.

    Or...for the bench, a DITTING KR804 is awesome.
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