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Luis Alberto Sanchez

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Luis Alberto Sanchez buzzed about a product...
at 05-27-2012 1:15am
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How big is the box? Thanks.

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mjackson ♦ Luis,
19 tall by 9 wide by 14 deep. Great grinder.

05-29-2012 9:00am |

Howard Frank

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Howard Frank buzzed about a product...
at 01-07-2012 5:43am
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Are replcement burrs available for the Mazzer Mini and do you regularly keep them in stock?
Thank you
Howard

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mjackson ♦ Howard,

Thanks for thinking of us. We do have them in stock and they are priced at $47.08. You can call and order them. It is a good idea to change your burrs when needed. Gives us a call and we will be glad to help.

01-07-2012 9:38am |

Ramon Solorio

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Ramon Solorio buzzed about a product...
at 12-14-2011 8:02am
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I am also interested in the silver Mazzer Mini. I noticed the version you have pictured is the original with the plastic tray, and with the cord exiting the rear. Is this the actual model for sale? Or is it the newer version 2 with metal tray, and cord exiting the bottom?

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mjackson ♦ Ramon,
It is the newer version we have in stock and sorry for the confusion on the pictures. Please give us a call if you have any questions regarding the grinder, it is well made and will last for years.

12-15-2011 8:38am |

Jacqueline Johnson

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Jacqueline Johnson buzzed about a product...
at 12-04-2011 8:54am
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We are going to be purchasing the mazzer mini grinder. We are trying to decide between the silver and black. We have stainless steel in our kitchen and black granite. Our espresso machine is stainless. Is the silver of the mazzer more of a shiny chrome or more of a stainless steel finish? If the color is not stainless-we should probably go with black so that the metals do not clash. Is any of the body plastic? Does either of the machines read as more high quality? The photos are not enough to tell completely which one would work better. Anything you can say would be helpful.

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mjackson ♦ Jacqueline,

Thanks for the question and I understand your concern. It is more of a chrome looking finish. I think you will be happier with the black. None of the body is plastic and it is a great looking and also well built machine. I do think black is the way to go.

12-07-2011 4:46pm |

Jeff Hazel

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at 10-10-2011 8:36am
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I purchased a Mini Mazzer LUIGI 5 years ago and have been pleased overall. I mostly drink Espresso-based drinks but recently decided to use it for drip coffee. I am unsure of the grind settings to use. I bought a Keurig with the idea I could also grind small amounts for individual cups. What settiing is best for drip? Is the setting for a Keurig the same?

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mjackson ♦ Jeff,

Drip coffee and Keurig should be the same. I cant give you a number as it has unlimited settings. I would go about 1/2 to 3/4 of a full turn and try it and see how it works. It is going to be abut getting the correct size. In order to do the K cups you will need to get one of these. http://www.wholelattelove.com/Keurig/my_kcup.cfm

I hope this helps and thanks for the question.

10-13-2011 8:23am |

Katy Greenough

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at 03-29-2011 11:25pm
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I bought this to grind espresso and drip. I don't think I can adjust it coarse enough for drip. The factory setting sticker is over the 8. When making adjustments for drip it only adjusts to about the 9 1/2 mark before it hits the set screw that stops it. I would like a little more adjustment. Is there anything I can do to get a more course grind? I am not sure this would even be a problem if the factory setting was at a lower number. Thanks for any suggestions.

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mjackson ♦ The factory setting should be good for espresso. Ideally you do need a much coarser grind for drip coffee. You may need to remove the screw to be able to make the adjustment more to coarse and then replace the screw.

03-30-2011 8:35am |

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mjackson ♦ The factory setting should be good for espresso. Ideally you do need a much coarser grind for drip coffee. You may need to remove the screw to be able to make the adjustment more to coarse and then replace the screw.

03-30-2011 8:36am |

Gregory Stahl

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Gregory Stahl buzzed about a product...
at 01-06-2011 10:30am
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I have a Jura Z5 and Illy ground decaf coffee clogs it. At $300 to repair it, I want to buy a burr grinder that I can use to buy whole Illy decaf beans, grind them and then place the grounds into the chute of the Z5 to make decaf for my guests. The regular hopper in the Z5 is filled with regular beans, so I need a grinder specifically for the decaf guests. Will the Mini be a grinder that you recommend or something else?

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Zack Smith Gregory, When you use the bypass doser make sure that you only use one scoop. When you use more than one the bypass tends to clog up thus needing a repair. There are many grinds that will work to give you a good fine grind. The Mazzer Mini grinder will give you great control over the fineness while giving you unlimited settings. If you would like to discuss other possible grinders feel free to contact me at 888-411-5282 Ex 5193

01-06-2011 12:38pm |

sam mollet

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at 11-08-2010 8:02pm
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What is the difference between the "prosumer" model and the "new" model.

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mjackson ♦ Sam,

Sorry for any confusion. It is a brand new grinder as in never been used. It is listed under grinders and also as a prosumer model as it would be considered as a commercial grade grinder as well. It is a great grinder and will last for years.

11-09-2010 10:00am |

milliesbragia

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milliesbragia buzzed about a product...
at 10-05-2010 4:39pm
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can the masser mini be converted from a doser to a doserless machine

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mjackson ♦ Rick,

Thanks for the good question. You can do it but it takes some work. You have to make sure everything fits and that you also have the right kind of shoot coming out where the grinds exit the machine. It is something we do not usually recommend. If you do a search you can find suggestions on how other people have done the modification.

10-13-2010 7:56am |

Clayton Atkins

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Clayton Atkins buzzed about a product...
at 05-20-2010 11:57pm
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Why is this grinder finally on sale? I'm thinking about getting one, but does this mean a new model is on the way?

thanks,
Clayton

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TechMilanoItalia No, the Mazzer Mini is still a current model. We are just running a promotion on these grinders right now. They are a great product at a great price! =D

05-21-2010 10:52am |

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