Post By redrich2000
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Post By Andy
Post By roosterben
Anyone tried the Kogan Multigrinder Pro?
I'm looking for a cheap second grinder for aeropress. It looks like a rip-off of the Breville. If it is half decent it's a great price:
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That actually looks pretty interesting, has built in scales, stainless steel conical burrs. I am sure it would be fine for Aeropress and looks like a decent brew grinder. Unsure about reliability but maybe take a punt and put a review up here on your experiences. It does look pretty similar to the BCG800/820 grinders.
Breville has pretty good support, e.g. phone lines and parts support, I have owned the BCG450/800 & 820 models and they do quite well for brew, aeropress and most coffee machines until you get to the E61/semi commercial machines. At this point the grind consistency tends to let them down.
I don't imagine there are many parts available from Kogan but you could ask what sort of range they are stocking.
Ok that's it. I am selling the etzMax and buying 45 of these babies instead
Kogan Multigrinder Pro
Looks like a bargain if it works okay and you can deal with it grinding into a container. Has to be better than a blade grinder (at the same price price) and better than buying pre-ground coffee.
Could be a great grinder for a pourover / filter / Brazen with weighed dose and good for the workplace to replace the jar of instant.
I just bought one (<$100 delivered) and I'll let you know what its like whenever Kogan delivers it (I'm not a fan of Kogan)
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It arrived and I've posted thoughts:
Also equivalent of 1/13 of aNiche Zero :-)
For pourover / batch if it can weigh the doses it would actually be pretty good for brewing. I still have the BCG820 and use it at work along with a Domobar Piccolo I repaired. Hopefully the burrs are half decent and the grinds distribution are decent.
Interested to see how it goes Andy as I might pick one up for brewing.
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