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MiniMoka Grinders - All - Johan Morck's Review
Posted: April 9, 2006, 11:50am
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Taco Ekl 10.00
Mats Leidö 9.40
Jeroen Vriesendorp 8.66
Chris Hoffmann 7.66
Chris Cotellini 6.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: M-203
Manufacturer: DeMoka Quality: 9
Average Price: Varies Usability: 8
Price Paid: $183.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: kaffeezentrale.de Aesthetics 7
Owned for: 2 weeks Overall 8
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: SUPERB machine for the money.
Positive Product Points

Superb quality product to a SUPERB price. I bought it for €155 from kaffeezentrale.de in Germany. For the money, its probably the best deal you can make. You can tune the grind stepless wich is super AND not (see later). It produce a very consistent grind and is very stight forward to use. I wanted a dozerless machine so the MDF wasnt an option.

Negative Product Points

OK, the stepless tuning IS good but can also be bad. You have do make some own marks to remember WHERE you got good garin for a certain bean or for espresso and another mark for another bean or machine. There are the spill issue when I grind straight int to the PF theres a abit messy AND some coffe is still in the chuter/shooter (spelling?).

Detailed Commentary

Not much to add but this machine made me understand how importand a godd grinder is, maybe more important than you espressomachine. WHen it comes lo the logic of adjusting the grinder i just turnd the know in the direkctions of a larger bean to get coarser and the other way (towars the smaller beans) to get finer. Remember to have it running when you make the adjustment.

Its a bit messy and after grinding all beans theres allways still some ground coffee left in the chuter/shooter (spelling?).

Since its stepless it can be a hard work finding your pefect pont of grind, but when you find it you will be happy with the result.

Buying Experience

kaffeezentrale.de was super. I live in Sweden where the Demoka M-203 cost aboy €250, from kaffeezentrale.de I bought it for €155.

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