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Thread: Mahlkonig e65s GBW

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    Mahlkonig e65s GBW

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashpixx View Post
    May have found my next grinder when upgradeitis hits...
    "It is the first espresso grinder ever, that features grind-by-weight technology for real-time scale controlled dosing"

    Oh really? It might be their first, but it is a long way from being the first. I guess you should never let BS get in the way of a good product sheet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffeinator View Post
    "It is the first espresso grinder ever, that features grind-by-weight technology for real-time scale controlled dosing"

    Oh really? It might be their first, but it is a long way from being the first. I guess you should never let BS get in the way of a good product sheet
    "...... Topic smashed by the grumpy bums
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    Quote Originally Posted by flashpixx View Post
    never let BS get in the way of

    Mahlkonig probably look down their nose at Baratza or any others that don't have a 2k+ Euro price tag
    And even then they’d still be wrong. The Eztmax and Mythos2 both have gravimetric dosing and they also have the big euro price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herzog View Post
    And even then they’d still be wrong. The Eztmax and Mythos2 both have gravimetric dosing and they also have the big euro price.
    well it looks pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashpixx View Post

    https://www.mahlkoenig.de/sites/mahl...duct_Sheet.pdf

    or if the link nazi get busy...

    mahlkoenig dot de / sites / mahlkoenig / files / 2019-10 / Mahlkoenig_E65S_GbW_Product_Sheet dot pdf
    The link nazi has a name, and eyes with an actual brain behind them, and won't be fooled by syntax
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    Quote Originally Posted by level3ninja View Post
    The link nazi has a name, and eyes with an actual brain behind them, and won't be fooled by syntax
    Or not....

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    The link nazi reads every single post made on this site and removes links in accordance with its long established rules.


    Java "Link what?" phile
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    Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashpixx View Post
    "...... Topic smashed by the grumpy bums
    You bought your tickets.... Best keep your stick in your pocket rather than poking stuff with it.
    crash.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffeinator View Post
    You bought your tickets.... Best keep your stick in your pocket rather than poking stuff with it.
    who poked what when?

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    It does look like a great machine. I'm sure it will be very expensive but then a lot of people will be interested in this. It is obviously well built.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffeinator View Post
    "It is the first espresso grinder ever, that features grind-by-weight technology for real-time scale controlled dosing"

    The actual quote is "the first espresso grinder ever, that features grind-by-weight technology for real-time scale controlled dosing as well as MAHLKÖNIG’s pioneering patented Disc Distance Detection". (my italics)

    That is true for the simple reason that nobody else will have used the disc distance detection system.
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    Flashpixx: I still think the thread was worthwhile, there are some interesting commercial grinders on the horizon this being one. Hopefully with this cool tech dropping into the home space. But there are a bunch of negative comments from people who are going to turn new people off this forum or put off people who are looking to talk about cool new stuff. Just ignore the haters and carry on.

    Instead of getting worried about external links you can download documents and attach them here in the forum. As JavaPhile once pointed out to me people looking back at the thread later may not have the chance to see it if Mahlkonig remove it.

    I reckon this grinder looks super cool, I think there is a gap in the market for a flat burr Niche equivalent. Custom built for home use, small body, big flat burrs, low RPM, zero retention grinder if it incorporated weighing dose even better. Hopefully something appears not costing 3-4k like the current options that are out there.
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    I've Pm the mods and apologised for the nazi comment. At that point I thought the thread had gone so far down hill so as not to add any value to members. I contributed to that, so to forum members, I also apologise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roosterben View Post

    I reckon this grinder looks super cool, I think there is a gap in the market for a flat burr Niche equivalent. Custom built for home use, small body, big flat burrs, low RPM, zero retention grinder if it incorporated weighing dose even better. Hopefull something appears not costing 3-4k like the current options that are out there.
    The E65s is $3k so I guess the chance of this one coming in under $4k isnt great. But as you say it's a nice looking toy

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    Quote Originally Posted by roosterben View Post
    Flashpixx: I still think the thread was worthwhile, there are some interesting commercial grinders on the horizon this being one.
    I agree it’s good when someone lets us know about interesting coffee related product announcements.


    As for the links issue, I thought the site policy was around stopping people from plugging their businesses and eBay listings. I entirely agree with deleting such material.

    However a link to a major product announcement from a large overseas manufacturer is of interest to a lot of site followers and surely should be ok right?

    For example, say La Marzocco announced a new successor for the GS3. A link to that product overview page would be of great interest and clearly not spam.

    Maybe one of the mods could clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herzog View Post
    However a link to a major product announcement from a large overseas manufacturer is of interest to a lot of site followers and surely should be ok right?
    My understanding is that that type of link is usually fine.

    Regardless, if you offend or otherwise insult a mod, you deserve whatever card the mod chooses to deal you.

    "Grumpy bum link nazi" would probably be worthy of a slap I'd reckon...
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    I thought it might have been a Seinfeld reference.

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    No links for you.



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