字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント about four months ago, I found myself without the grinder at home. Up until that point, I've been using various brats of grinders. But I found myself with nothing. And I decided I should go shopping and try something out. Now I decided that I did not want to go commercial. I wanted to keep a domestic built grinder at home because telling company people have brought at home. I want to know what it's like to brew the coffee that we roast on to brew up every day with domestic equipment. So have a look around. And I picked this grinder on. I've been using it now for about four months, and I figure that's long enough to have used every single day to give you an honest review on an opinion about it. Now, I brought this Crider and I paid for it with my own money wasn't given to me. I didn't get any special discounts. However, I should add that since I've had it, I have received some real food products for free. It's up to you if you think my review is biased As a result, What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna walk you through how the grind of works and what I like on what I don't like about the grinder way. The groundwork is really pretty simple. Being Hopper at the top boy beans in on the hopper itself is your grind adjustment. So twists retain the hopper clicks to give you different grind settings from course to find. And there are suggestions on the side, like French press filter, coffee or era press. They're pretty accurate. Now. This thing that I do like is on the side here. There's a timer separate from the start stop button. Now, in some grinders, like the lower end brats of grounders, you have a twist timer on off, all in one type thing. I don't love that. What I do like hears you say your time, and then it's one separate button to start and stop. What this means is you could fill your heart with beans and then use the timer mechanism as a way to dose copy out in the morning. But I would not recommend that for me. I always want to keep my coffee stored sealed properly when I'm using it, and secondly, I wanna be able to chop and change different coffees. And if I have a hopper full of coffee, that's not very convenient. So from a quality and kind of convenient for me factor, I would never choose to use the grind of that way. But if you only have a brew, one type of coffee and you wanted easiest life possible, then I guess he just use this to grind work out. What say 30 grams of coffee is in terms of 20 seconds or 25 seconds of grinding and you're done. Begin grinding and it grinds into little grounds collection tray here. Now this thing, if I'm honest, is one of the weak points of the grinder. Shape is kind of weird on Dhe, there is certainly an issue with static. Now. Static happens with every domestic coffee when you grind the coffee. There's cholera static in the collection bin. I've never seen that be any different with any grinder, but it's certainly no noticeable here and also find this thing a little bit difficult to pull the ground copy out because of its shape. I'm not really sure how or where it was deported to think to this little bit here. The little lip at the bottom, but I don't love that. So for me, the design of this is kind of one of the weak points off the grinder. No thing was £105 on that, for me is way, way cheaper than any comparable grinder in terms of grind, quality and build quality. So I think this thing is fantastic value for money. It doesn't feel cheap, feels pretty well built. It grinds pretty well. It is when it comes to build, probably a little bit louder than some of the brass is up to you. If noise is a problem for you in the mornings, or if you ever have to hold a tea towel over the top of the grinder to try and be a little bit quieter. What someone is sleeping. Not a huge problem, but for me, definitely noticeably louder than other grinds of the same kind of price point. But final point to make on that's a big negative for some people, but really not for me. This thing does not grind for espresso. It doesn't drive to find enough, and it doesn't have the level of control necessary to be a good domestic espresso grander. Now, for me, that's never gonna be a problem, because I don't really wanna make espresso at home. Totally a preference thing. But for me, express is kind of a hobby on not one that I want to bring home. I do enough coffee for a living. I'd like some other hobbies outside of work. So for me, filter coffee at home is what I want a brew Every day. I've been using this thing with a mock a master with the technical for quite a long time and then more recently, with the willful brewer that I was given on, I've been having pretty great results in terms of grand quality. It's not gonna match a commercial grander. You know, it's not gonna match an e k 43 or anything off that ilk. Even close, however, even though I have experimented with sifting, removing some fines, readings and boulders. By and large, I'm certainly pretty happy with the bruise that I'm getting at home. So for me, grand quality wise, it's not exceptional. But for £105 my expectations were surpassed in summary. This thing is a great little grander. It is great value for money. Super easy to use. The grind Guidance is pretty good on. I have really, really enjoyed using it. Let me know. Down below. If you want to see more reviews here, let me know what you liked. What you don't like about this review and interested in your feedback really appreciate any insights you have for me. I get to play with a lot of different equipment on dhe. It's kind of fun to get to share it with people and shared experiences. You can subscribe over that too. Just like that. Just push this, of course, but if you want to, you don't. 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