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    Coffee Grinder Choice - Entry Level

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    Hi All,

    Been busily reading through the forum posts all weekend Just brought some green beans to roast at home with my popcorn maker.......awesome place.

    Anyhow to my question...looking to buy a coffee grinder under $400. Have a few to suggest but not sure if they are any good or not. Would love some help or advice if there are other ones to look at.


    Nemox Lux Domestic Coffee Grinder - $296

    Lelit PL043 Coffee Grinder - $369

    Nuova Simonelli Grinta Grinder - $379

    Isomac Macinino Prof Inox Coffee Grinder - $349

    ASCASO i.steel - $289 (175w)

    Thanks

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    Nemox Lux Domestic Coffee Grinder - $296

    Lelit PL043 Coffee Grinder - $369

    Nuova Simonelli Grinta Grinder - $379

    Isomac Macinino Prof Inox Coffee Grinder - $349

    ASCASO i.steel - $289 (175w)

    Hi,

    Have you considered the Compak K3 Push or touch,

    Everything I have read about it in the last 2 weeks has pointed to buying one very few critisisms and a commercial quality grind for home use,

    just something to keep in mnd.

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    Whilst you suggestions madaxle are ok, as Cof suggested look at a Compak K3 touch or push they are heaps better and semi commercial!!
    Part of the issue with the grinders you named is their cheaply looking & built exteriors particularly compared to the Compak. Even a Rocky is another option, but would look at the Compaks
    Other option is to keep an eye on a For Sale section, grinders often come up for sale there

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    I've just listed for sale one of the models you're considering. While it's not a K3, it's also a lot smaller and cheaper than a K3, and I feel that it's a lot better than the above comments would suggest.

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    not sure whats happened...but the forum has double-up this same thread to this.

    If a moderator can archive this thread.

    I brought a compak m3 push and very happy

    Original thread - http://coffeesnobs.com.au/grinders/3...try-level.html



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