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    Any user experience for Fiorenzato F64 Evo grinder?

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    Hello all, I am in search for a grinder and currently looking at the Eureka Zenith 65E brand new and a used Fiorenzato F64 Evo grinder.

    I've seen a few discussion for the Eureka Zenith (or NS MDX) but not much on the Fiorenzato F64 Evo. I've only seen a couple of videos of it with the cool color display and super fast grinds, I wonder if anyone here have any experience with them at all over here?

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    Hi, I have the Fiorenzato F75E, which is almost the same as the current Evo 64 with touch screen, 64 mm burrs, LED mood lighting etc,.... And I am very happy with it.
    its fast ( 5sec for 20 gms) , quiet, and compact without the hopper since I use it for single dosing.
    very reliable and holds its settings well
    i have no intentions or desire to upgrade further.
    infact I use it in preference to a 71mm conical which now stands unused !

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    I would be swayed by the ease of grind adjustment on the Eureka as opposed to the ring nut on the Fiorenzato. I'm biased however because I own the Eureka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tridoros View Post
    I would be swayed by the ease of grind adjustment on the Eureka as opposed to the ring nut on the Fiorenzato. I'm biased however because I own the Eureka.
    That is also one of the factor between these two. The Fiorenzato having the Mazzer style turn and turn and turn adjustment vs pops out the top Eureka.

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    my experiance

    Quote Originally Posted by Hide View Post
    That is also one of the factor between these two. The Fiorenzato having the Mazzer style turn and turn and turn adjustment vs pops out the top Eureka.
    I have the F64 EVO, and im very happy with it. It takes between 4.5-5.5 to get a double shiot espresso grinded, and it's only noisy when it overheating.

    its easy to use and to program also.



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