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Grinders

Hario Coffee Grinder SKERTON Hario’s Skerton Coffee Grinder has become one of the most popular at-home hand grinders.
When compared to using pre-ground, freshly grinding your coffee will give you the biggest improvement in flavour, aroma and overall enjoyment. It really will transform your cup of filter coffee.
 
So, why choose the Skerton?
  • Ceramic burrs (the bit that crush the coffee beans) offer longevity and a more precise grind than steel
  • Adjustable grind size to fine tune your coffee recipe
  • Durable build with ergonomic grips and robust glass chamber
  • Easily removable silicon lid to get your beans in, but make sure they don’t come flying out again
  • Washable and dishwasher safe
  • Hopper capacity 75g, ground coffee container capacity up to 100g
Coffee contains a lot of aromatic oils which tend to escape the package.  The aromatic oils tend to preserve longer in whole coffee beans than in ground coffee. 
If the coffee is ground in advance it loses its aroma and taste quicker. That’s why it may taste a bit bitter. Therefore the best tactic is to grind the beans just before brewing. 
In doing so it is easier try out new recepies and the smell of freshly ground coffee will definitely blow your mind!
 
Hario Coffee Grinder COLUMN Crafted with durable wood and metal, the Hario Coffee Grinder Column Wood is as visual as it is functional. It looks great anywhere, grinds coffee with precision, and is easy to use. The ceramic burrs are designed to remain razor sharp for years, all the while grinding coffee with consistency and precision.

The grind setting adjuster offers you the ability to grind coffee for any method: espresso, french press, and everything in between.

The grinder can hold up to 40g at a time.

Coffee contains a lot of aromatic oils which tend to escape the package. The aromatic oils tend to preserve longer in whole coffee beans than in ground coffee.

If the coffee is ground in advance it loses its aroma and taste quicker. That’s why it may taste a bit bitter. Therefore the best tactic is to grind the beans just before brewing. In doing so it is easier try out new recepies and the smell of freshly ground coffee will definitely blow your mind!
 
Compak Compak F10 Conic Matte Black Motor output 800 W
Revolutions per minute 317,5 rpm
Time x dosis Espresso (7gr) 1,9 s
Hopper capacity 1,9 Kg
Height 660 mm
Width 215 mm
Depth 400 mm
Net weight 16,93 Kg
Compak Compak E5 Essential Black Compak on espressomasinaid valmistanud juba aastast 1952 ja nende E5 veski on oma klassi võimsaim ja usaldusväärseim. 

Kõrgus: 495 mm 
Laius: 160 mm 
Sügavus: 375 mm.
Mass: 6,1 kg.

Energiatarve: 550 W.
Jahvatuse kiirus: 7 g / 2,5 sek.

Vaata tutvustavat videot SIIT
Röstimiskojas kohepeal suurem värvi valik ja võimalik valida ka juba eelnevalt kasutatud jahvatite seast. 
Compak Compak K3 Touch Motor output 210 W
Revolutions per minute 1340 rpm
Time x dosis Espresso (7gr) 6,8 s
Hopper capacity 800 g
Height 495 mm
Width 170 mm
Depth 365 mm
Net weight 6,1 kg
Compak K10 Master Conic PB, matt black Motor output 950 W
Revolutions per minute 342,5 rpm
Espresso point production 17 Kg/h
Hopper capacity 1,7 kg 
Height 680 mm
Width 215 mm
Depth 400 mm
Net weight 20,5 kg
Wilfa Wilfa WSCG- 2 The Wilfa Svart Aroma is a compact coffee grinder and ideal for filter coffee admirers who want to enjoy good coffee at home.
  • Compact grinder with minimal dead space and hopper for up to 250g beans
  • Suitable for all types of filter coffee preparation
  • Durable 40mm stainless steel cone grinder
  Coffee contains a lot of aromatic oils which tend to escape the package.  The aromatic oils tend to preserve longer in whole coffee beans than in ground coffee. 
If the coffee is ground in advance it loses its aroma and taste quicker. That’s why it may taste a
bit bitter. Therefore the best tactic is to grind the beans just before brewing. 
In doing so it is easier try out new recepies and the smell of freshly ground coffee will definitely blow your mind!