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    Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Im just wondering, does anyone know if the FS Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo grinder which Corretto withdrew from sale today in the Coffee Hardware For Sale section (http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1173098937) is also badged as another brand(s) (doeser or doserless)?

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    Re: FS Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges

    Iberital GGA (or similar)?

    A few weeks ago I saw an Iberital grinder at a local shop that they
    referred to as "Tranquilo".

    Puzzled, I hunted around and found a picture here: http://tinyurl.com/2ybvod

    Compare with Cunill picture here: http://tinyurl.com/ysrjof

    Pretty similar I think?

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    Re: FS Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges

    Its hard to keep up with all the re-badging that goes on :-?

    Mal.

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    Re: FS Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges


    I own a tranquilio doserless and yes, it looks exactly like the Iberital in hazbeans link.
    http://tinyurl.com/2ybvod


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    Re: FS Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges

    Spot on Mal, it is hard to keep up, so thanks for clarifying it everyone. I have one too and every time I try to change the grind I get confused at which way is finer and which way is coarser, therefore wasting a fair amount of coffee (I know this must sound stupid, but I didnt receive alot of instruction with it). I assume turning the dial anti-clockwise so that you get closer to the "F" means its finer and turning the dial clockwise so you get closer to "G" is coarser (ie G="Grande" or something)? Ive tried to find out what F & G represent (something in Spanish I assume) but to no avail.

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    Re: Cunill El Cafe Tranquilo - other badges?

    Gday! I have it on good authority (from a Spaniard friend of mine) that F is Fina, and G is Gruesa!



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