Alistair wrote:Nick: I see nothing positive about having a doser on any grinder, which are designed for a totally different purpose than how we are all using them (ground per shot)... they cost more time and more strain.
Greg H wrote:Is there anyone out there that has made the switch from the Anfim to Robur that could give a impression of how the taste profile changed.
Andy Schecter wrote:In my mind, the Anfim is an excellent grinder, and a great value for the money.
barrett wrote:The dosers on the Robur are capable of dosing clean - but it takes some work cocking the portafilter to the left to catch all the coffee, and/or fanning the doser handle.
As to repetitive stress, my experience has been that the in and out of portafilters into groups was much more taxing than dosing - and when I had problems, there was no dosing (most of it was off a Swift) Pull a portafilter in and out 800-1200 times a day though, and you'll get a tender arm.
Andy Schecter wrote:
The "shnozzola" link in my signature is not just a throwaway line. Click it. In ten minutes, with ten cents worth of materials, your Robur can dose clean with no leftward toss.
naznar wrote:Which Anfim Super Caiminos are you all talking about?? I think its important everyone specify here since there are a few versions. Steel burrs, or Titanium (coated/alloy). timer? rotation speed?
I just received the Anfim Super Caimino with Titanium Coated burrs, 800rpm motor, 90 drilled out steps vs the stock 70, continuous running fan, and Omron timer adjustable to a hundredth of a second (.01sec).
nick wrote:I'm still a big fan of the doser Roburs. Add the digital timer ("Delta?" From Espresso Parts, I think?) to help with waste control and consistency, and I think that's the bees' knees.
Oliver wrote:One of the things that for myself was consistent again and again is the Robur allowed more texture (body) with a matching clarity of acidity when we used a blend or origin that had more of washed coffee base.
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