Lido 3 Grinder, Hand Coffee Grinder for French Press, Drip and Espresso
Lido 3 Grinder, Staff Pick Hand Grinder 2019 for French Press, Drip and Espresso
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I looked around online for a while and landed on lido 3. It isn't the newest option out on the market, but a solid build that will last for years to come.
My wife and I primarily use a French press for brewing coffee. The grind consistency makes for a great cup of coffee. I would highly recommend the lido 3 for those looking for solid Grinder.
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Solid construction and impeccable performance. I'm ditching my blade grinder because I like this one so much. The static-free stainless steel catch is always clean to dump and reconnect. One fill grinds enough for a full pot of drip. I love the adjustment system: it doesn't prescribe numbers or settings but instead suggests that you figure out your own preference. The mechanical operation is uncomplicated in all ways, yet still elegant: I feel like the adjustments and motion are direct and not intermediated by user-friendly compromises. Perfect for all home use and on the road. It will probably outlast me so my grandkids can enjoy it.
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I have been using a French press for many years and have tried several different bean grinders and could never find one that worked well. The electric ones are useless for coarser grinds so I wanted to find a good hand operated one...and this is it. Very easy to use and the adjustment is very easy to set and customize to give you the perfect grind every time. I just got this so haven't had to tear it down for deep clean yet so I'll be interested to see how easy that will be.
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Especially suited for two or more people. The large hopper makes it easy to load without touching or spilling the beans. Heavy and takes a little muscle. Not fast or slow. People complain about the spring on the handle failing. The instructions place too much emphasis on pulling up on the handle and not enuf on pushing on the button under the handle. It came lose and I finger tightened it and it has a hex socket. It tends to back out and holds the spring so could fail. I will tighten it down with a wrench. Overall it seems high quality, well made. I have no problem adjusting the griind. I don't clean it unless I get grinds in the threads. What's the point?
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One phone call with Igor was all it took to get me started with the right French press coffee gear and a great tasting cup of coffee.
The Lido 3 is easy to operate and very portable producing excellent grounds from fine to course.
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Great grinder with a horrible adjustment system.
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Very easy to use and functional.
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I had this World Trade Market grinder that was like 30 bucks. It wasn’t doing it for me, and I was getting serious about coffee so I got this monster. It absolutely (in a good way) shreds through coffee beans. Very efficient, very fast, and very uniform. Ergonomically I like the size, has I have tons of control and power while grinding. Some say the size is too much, especially since it’s somewhat marketed as portable, but you get in hell of a grinder for a few extra pounds. So I’m on board.
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I upgraded from my electric blade grinder, this produces very consistent grounds compared to that. It can also fit enough coffee to make two big mugs in a French press, probably around 60 grams. Removing the ground compartment was a little tricky at first but I got the hang of it. Hopefully the steel burrs will last a long time.
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Bought this for home use and it’s great. First time I’ve owned a non-blade grinder. Easy to use and adjust, and feels like it’s built to last forever. I’m a big fan. The stainless grind catch was a nice addition.
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