Most consider dual boiler, rotary pump semi-automatic machines with PID as the top of the line in home espresso. In recent years new machines in this category like the profitec pro 700 and Rocket R58 have gained a devoted following.
Today an in-depth look at the ECM Synchronika. I’ll take you for a close-up tour inside and outside for details on its components and construction.
Looking for a commercial-level, espresso focused grinder that’s a real value? Well, stick around for an in-depth look at an affordable solid performer.
Today we look at the E5P from Ceado. The basics: the E5P is a doserless grinder, so you grind directly into a portafilter. Its 300 watt motor spins a 64 millimeter flat stainless steel burr set at 1400 RPM. Grind size adjustment is step-less so you can make extremely fine adjustments when dialing in your shots.
In the world of commercial grade, electronic timed doserless dedicated espresso grinders with 64 millimeter burrs, the Mazzer and Ceado brands may have the most popular offerings.
Today a look at a newer brand to enter the field with similar specs. I’ve got ECM’s S-Automatika 64. The 64 is the burr size in millimeters which matches those of the Ceado E6P and Mazzer’s Mini Electronic Type A and B. The ECM is designed in Germany and handcrafted in Italy.
Breville's BCG820BSSXL Smart Grinder Pro is the latest iteration in their line of electronic dosing grinders. Improving upon the design of its predecessors, the Pro boasts a number of new features and considerations that make the grinder more suited for even more robust use and application.