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Sage the Smart Grinder Pro, 165 Watt - Black
- 60 grind settings
- Dose automatically adjusts as you tweak your grind size
- Choose between cups (filter) and shots (espresso)
- LCD display
- 450g removable bean hopper
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|Item Dimensions||—||—||16 x 13 x 26 cm||15.98 x 11.99 x 34.98 cm||15.24 cm x 381.24 m x 38.1 cm||21 x 17 x 30 cm|
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The perfect coffee needs a precise amount of freshly ground beans. But adjustments in grind size require different grind times to achieve a consistent dose. Sage's conical burr Smart GrinderTM uses Dosing IQ technology to automatically adjust the dose whenever you change the grind. Choose between 'cups' for French press or Filter, and 'shots' for Espresso to get the right dose for your coffee's needs. You can even tweak for taste. The Smart GrinderProTM still has an LCD display, 450g removable hopper, and comes with two grinding cradles for dosing directly into 50-54mm or 58mm commercial espresso filters. In addition, there's an air-tight storage canister, suitable for plunger or filter coffee.
2 Porta-filter cradles suitable for 50-54mm filters and 58mm commercial filters, air tight grinds container, cleaning brush
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If you exclusively buy supermarket coffee beans you might get away with this, but my previous grinder (which cost £40) handled the beans I use (google Rinaldo's) just fine.
Spoke to a local barista who really, really knows his stuff and he just bought one and said they were the best.
Just buy it.