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Zassenhaus Manual Mill - Anthony Chavez's Review
Posted: February 8, 2008, 4:34pm
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Dave Wire 10.00
Ryan Kavanagh 9.33
Michael Pruner 9.00
Tim Lake 9.00
M V 9.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: Wall Mounted 171
Manufacturer: Zassenhaus Quality: 10
Average Price: Varies Usability: 9
Price Paid: $80.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: Ebay Aesthetics 9
Owned for: 2 months Overall 10
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: 196 DG
Bottom Line: The 171 is wonderful, reasonably priced and does everthing grinders costing up to $300 dollars do. Easy to use!!
Positive Product Points

Variable grind from drip  to espresso to Turkish
Handsome
Quality conical burr grinder
Easy to use and adjust

Negative Product Points

The plastic gounds "catcher" takes away from the overall quality.
Should be made of glass.

Detailed Commentary

I thought that I loved my 169DG, but the Wall Mounted 171 has all the guality and features of the 169 and is easier to grind with.

I tried it for drip and it takes 5 minutes and a half to two minutes to grind enough beans to fill a Glad Sandwich bag. For espresso it take about 2 minutes to make enough for four shots. I usually start my machine make the lunches for the family while the X-5 warms up. I grind the coffee when the machine is warm. Wow, what great start to the morning!! The great smell of fresh ground coffee (check out Moon's Coffee at http://www.thuntek.net/coffeemoons/moonsite.html) followed by the aroma of espresso.

Know that this grinder will grind fine enough for Turkish coffee.  My first attempt created such a fine grind that my X-5 wouldn't  pump through the portafilter. The various grinds are all consistent and the grind selection doesn't "float", it holds its setting well.

Buying Experience

The Ebay vendor (an individual) was great.

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