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Cunill Grinders - All - Roy Davis's Review
Posted: May 23, 2003, 6:35pm
review rating: 5.4
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Cunill Grinders - All
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Daniel Hanna 8.88
Aurelio Stella 8.25
William Baguhn 8.00
W. Warner 7.91
Duncan McKillop 7.85

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Manufacturer: Cunill Quality: 10
Average Price: Varies Usability: 10
Price Paid: $175.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: The sovrano store Aesthetics 10
Owned for: 6 months Overall 10
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: Not a toy. A commercial grade grinder.
Positive Product Points

This is a well made grinder. If you want a commercial grinder for your . home then this is the Grinder for you.

Negative Product Points

None,I just can't find any falts with this machine Maybe there could be some kind of marks on the grind setting but I find this a minor problem.

Detailed Commentary

This machine is not a toy. It is a heavy well made grinder. It took me 5 minutes to read and put everything together out of the box. The only tool needed was a Phillips screwdriver. (2 screws) After reading the instructions that the seller ( Sovrana Trading Corp) sent with the grinder I was ready to go. My first grind attempt was home roasted Brazilian Fazenda Boa Vista and Guatamalan El Injerto. Maybe I was lucky but the first grind came out perfect. Setting the grinding cycle is easy. Using a very small slot screw driver you adjust a screw setting clock or counter clockwise for ginding time. To adjust coarseness of the grind you just turn the adjustment collar clock or counter clock wise. It may take a few try's to find the right setting for you but I had no problem. In closing I would recomend this grinder to anyone who wants a commercial class grinder for the home.

Buying Experience

I bought my Tranquilo from www.sovranastore.com. I found this to be a great buying experience.

Three Month Followup

This is probably the best grinder for the money. Unless you think you need a certan name brand to impress people get this grinder. It will grind and grind of coffee you will ever need.

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Posted: May 23, 2003, 6:35pm
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