timemore chestnut slim manual coffee ,both have the same 38 mm burr with pretty aggressive design allowing easy and fast feed/mill. both are sharing the same internal/removable parts; however, c2 .timemore c2 review coffee,i've ground once or twice at 26 clicks for french press brews. this is beyond the stated range, but works okay. durability/quality first, the c2 has plastic .chestnut c/c2 value grinder-m,own a high quality manual coffee grinder. 4 color options cnc processing sharp grinder burr to ensure longer lifespan. dual bearings fix central shaft to ensure .i tested my timemore slim grinder with a flair coffee,i find it quite capable for those purposes. this is strictly results at the finer settings - i've never had anything resembling trouble at 12 clicks or .
i was very interested in a lido or a comandante but could not justify the the timemore slim still looks like the better buy imo cos it has metal
chestnut slim manual grinder slim coffee grinder: dia.45mm, diamond pattern, to easily grind for a full 12 fl oz brew timemore's chestnut slim is a grinder wi. better consistency compared to timemore's stainless steel counterpart burrs. the c2 offers a full grind range, giving you the ability to grind for very fine drip,
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are you using the regular chestnut or the slim? you might see an improvement in grind quality with the commandante, but i don't think any grinder on the
if it's competitive, then xeoleo would be better compared against an all-metal timemore (chestnut, slim, nano), but i have heard it lacks the ability to adjust the mill
i just recently upgraded from the timemore c2 to the 1zpresso jx and i kind of c2 daily for almost 3 months and did not noticed any burr alignment or plastic
timemore chestnut slim manual coffee grinder conical burr c2: ht 145 mm, diameter 51.5 mm wt (w/handle) 469 gm compared results with 1zpresso jx-pro that is my to-go grinder (has fine, 40 steps per rotation, adjustment).
advice on first ever grinder, timemore c2 vs slim?, from /u/earendil___ i'm a total coffee newbie and i want to ask for advice on my first grinder.
grinding 2 different beans, [email protected] clicks on timemore c2: costa rican medium i bought the timemore slim plus as they mentioned it was better for espresso.
it will take long time to grind and espresso grind range is limited. you may want to check timemore with espresso burr or slim plus or chestnut x. 1.
i'm considering to buy the timemore chestnut c2 hand grinder can anyone give me i own one and it works for everything except, obviously, espresso or finer.
built for life in a suitcase or kitchen, the timemore slim plus is slim enough to fit into an aeropress plunger (when the crank arm is removed) but has a hopper
is the c40 better overall? yes. is it 2x better? 100 not. for most people i think the timemore c or slim grinders will provide more than enough quality.
the same high quality burrs and experience you expect from timemore, but at a price more q: is the timemore c2 or the timemore slim easier to turn. i would
i haven't tested their other models, but the slim, nano, or any others with the same timemore has both outdone its performance and (with the c2) undercut its
13 votes, 25 comments. hi y'all. recently bought a timemore chestnut slim on amazon from the retailer elephant num. ( ) they appear to be relatively
i have also seen the timemore grinders out of shanghai for a bit cheaper than those two and i this is the first one i decided to try after my old hario mini-slim plus. anyway, i hope we see a bit of innovation or weirdness in the aeropress
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hi guys, i got a baratza encore 2nd hand and i've been using it daily for almost a year. however, i have noticed some inconsistencies in my grind
1zpresso jx over the timemore g1. timemore c2 over the skerton pro. 10. share. report save it looks like the 1zpresso jx is either oos everywhere or $600.
timemore c2 (is out!! now with metal container for ground coffee) pro: consistent at coarser grinds (i suppose?), shares the same burr of nano, slim and maybe
timemore c2 owner here, the one that's famous for alignment issues. my unit works i have a timemore, pretty sure its the slim or slim plus. if i adjust as fine
note that if you only grind on medium or coarser (around 18) you probably wouldn't notice a significant difference in the quality of your grinds compared to a fully
ok so i've seen various mentions of the grinder on hb but no real feedback on it. i am not a fan of these chinese flyby night companies but i am
dark roast or light roast beans ? 1. share. report anyway, i hope we see a bit of innovation or weirdness in the aeropress department from now on. i get that
you may be seeing a pattern here, we enjoy comparing siblings, and the timemore chesnut c2 is like a younger brother or sister that is capable of beating you
the c2 is the entry level model. the biggest difference is that the internal supports for the bearings are plastic. upgrading to the slim model gets you all steel
at that point the commandante is only 80 more. i've also been reading good thing about the chinese timemore (c2? unclear on the versions and their differences);