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Breville BCG820BSS the Smart Grinder Pro $151.20 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Bing Lee eBay

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Just bought one this and the BES920 for my wife.

Breville BES920 Dual Boiler Coffee Machine $679.15.65 @ Bing Lee eBay is out of stock now. But you can get the same price via The Good Guys @ eBay with code PILGRIM

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  • +1 vote

    Great price. Probably the cheapest I've seen. The best grinder I've used

  • +1 vote

    i use a aldi expresso type machine and buy what ever ground beans from coles …..my question is will i really taste the difference if i buy this machine ?

    • +2 votes

      Doesn’t have to be this machine specifically. However any kind of burr grinder and buying fresh whole beans yes you will absolutely notice the difference. This is a great price for a great grinder. I started out with a manual hand grinder but takes way too much effort to be honest. Just buy this.

      • +2 votes

        Nah, using the Porlex grinder, (along with the Aeropress) for each coffee just adds to the whole experience. For me, It's like a modern day version of a tea ceremony…not to mention it's absolutely (IMO) the best coffee drinking experience ever!

        • +3 votes

          Personally I'm very happy to have an electric grinder instead of hand grinding when the whole family wants a coffee. For just one coffee, sure.

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          cool idea …ceremony style will look into this as well.

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          I've been doing this for a year now. Hario ceramic hand grinder with a nanopresso with barista kit and a left over milk frother from nespresso. Makes coffees at a 80% taste level to a café. Have about 2-3 coffees a day this way. The most time involved is the grinding of coffee, but I do love the fact that the only power I use is boiling the kettle and the footprint for all the coffee stuff is much smaller than having a fancy machine.

          But don't get me wrong. I think I'll get a machine one day!

    • +1 vote

      Absolutely . I'm no coffee snob but the difference is worth the effort .

    • +1 vote

      dude
      or
      dudette

      PLEASE
      Get the coffee from Adli
      My ex wife was a Barrista!
      I had to order 40Kg coffee

      Tried aldi on whim
      Fresh

      Coles Stale

      • +2 votes

        Agreed. The Peru single origin beans are pretty decent

        • +2 votes

          All the single origin beans have their place and work well. Their main line stuff is pretty rubbish though.

        • +1 vote

          Agree…. Both Peru and Colombia (their 2 single origin options) are both excellent at $12.99.

          Even the blended bean option (at $11.49} is far better than anything at Coles or woolies. The blend is a little cheaper as it is arabica mixed with cheaper robusta beans.

          For those who don't have an aldi nearby, go for Harris medium roast at WOOLIES.

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    also it is conical burr grinder

    had this for last 4 years

    Flawless!

    Even the static on the chute is great

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      Even the static on the chute is great

      Yeah, I don't know how it manages static so well.

      Even some expensive grinders struggle in this area.

      • +3 votes

        Its less susceptible to static because its a little more clumpy than the high end grinders.

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    Thanks for posting this. Been looking at this grinder for a few weeks. Pulled the trigger on this deal. AWESOME… :)

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    For the money you really wont get a better grinder, next step up would be a Baratza Sette 270 at $400+.
    My first 820 only lasted a month but it was swapped under warranty and the replacement is now nearly 2 years old with daily use.

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    I think I paid around this price a long time ago. Matched with my 920 Breville, makes a good espresso with a range of fresh beans. Use Rio single from SA and have only needed to go down to a setting of 8 (usually for the darker roasts or if the bean is near 3 weeks).
    After 3 weeks, it's bin time.

    Anyhow.. Unit is easy to clean and has not missed a beat.

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    and no need to reshim yet

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    anyone know what couriers they use?

  • +3 votes

    For everyone raving about aldi beans and knocking Coles beans, these are pretty good https://shop.coles.com.au/a/a-national/product/coles-brand-c... - fresh and I rate them slightly better than the aldi beans.

  • +3 votes

    Just ordered one from Amazon for $151.20. Use the better cash back as well and free shipping for Amazon Prime members.