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steamer
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Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014, 8:57am
Subject: Ceado E37S
 

Over the past few months I have been going through a few grinders, Mini Mazzer E, Compak 3 touch, Vario-W. I settled on the E37S. Now after a month of the burrs breaking in, the grinder is coming to life. Running just about the same beans for about 6 months and different beans in between, the taste of all the grinders ran pretty close together. This morning I started to use Klatch's Worlds Best espresso beans. I have before and thought ho hum. this morning, wow what a kick of citrus I got, I wasn't expecting that result. My shots are improving and controlling my dose and setup has changed with the E37S. I'm right around 17.6 gram shots, a far cry from the 19-20 that would taste awful. Anyways One thing  is as much as the tase seems spot on, my pour from the bottomless PF, is very thin tail with some crème, but not like others I have seen where they tend to be a thicker flowing mass.
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Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014, 2:46pm
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Hello everyone!! I read a lot in this forum during last months, finding a lot of info for a noob. Maybe too much :)


Great to have some feedback on E37S!! Not really much around. I found some users comments just on german board...
Here is more interesting topic with a mood that seems lower clumping and retention.
Pics look clear Click Here (www.kaffee-netz.de)
Can I ask if you got a lot of coffe retention?  Thanks
I was considering a grinder too and I'm between E37S and NS Mythos (at same price).
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steamer
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Roaster: Hottop
Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014, 2:59pm
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I think all grinders will clump some. There is a small screw you can adjust to correct for that. Even though I do have some light clumping, I haven't tried to adjust for it. The grinder is beefy and has a tall hopper, I had mine cut down so it fits under the counter, but I also order a Mini Mazzer hopper to replace it. It is fast and does have some retention. I would guess no more than 2 grams. The burrs do keep spinning when the power is off, so no cleaning till they stop.
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Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014, 3:10pm
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What model Mythos? The new models have what they call the clump crusher and seems to really work great.  It's an inexpensive part and can be retrofitted on to old myhtos grinders from what I heard.  However the new model is lower RPM and might be possible that you would have to replace the burrs as well to retrofit.
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Posted Mon Jun 16, 2014, 3:47pm
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Yep, I was referring to Mythos basic, I'm an home user. The low RPM is barista model only but is too expensive and maybe "inappropriate" for 8-10 coffe/day.
The new models with clump crusher are version 2 as reported on NS USA manual and are for sale since end of 2013 afaik.
What I heard to be great on the myhtos is very very low retention and consistency but it's not very popular here in USA. I'd also like to get reports about taste in the cup to compare with ceado E37S
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