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CJC
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Posted Thu May 9, 2013, 9:20am
Subject: Ceado E92
 

Anyone used?
Anyone know anything about them?!

http://www.ceado.com/prodotti_dett.php?cat=10&id=164
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Posted Thu May 9, 2013, 11:16am
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

Yeah. They are well expensive. Look on the coffeehit UK site and you see they are 200 more expensive than a Robur.
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Posted Thu May 9, 2013, 3:13pm
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Posted Fri May 10, 2013, 5:36pm
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

Thanks guys. yes, expensive toys. I gather there aren't many out in the wild. Amazingly little info online; beyond people selling them. They look like they might have a few pros over the robur e's we currently use. My boss has bought one to try. I'll report back if anyone is interested.
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Posted Fri May 31, 2013, 11:36am
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

CJC,
hi, just wondering if you've gotten any feedback from your boss on the Ceado?

I purchased the E37S from WLL about 3 weeks ago. I love it.

It's a beast for sure, but quiet and fast. Easy to dial in and not messy at all. WLL included a Mazzer Mini short hopper at no charge. Reduced the height considerably.
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Posted Sat Jun 1, 2013, 5:01am
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

firefighter124 Said:

CJC,
hi, just wondering if you've gotten any feedback from your boss on the Ceado?

I purchased the E37S from WLL about 3 weeks ago. I love it.

It's a beast for sure, but quiet and fast. Easy to dial in and not messy at all. WLL included a Mazzer Mini short hopper at no charge. Reduced the height considerably.
Pete

Posted May 31, 2013 link

I too am interested in what The Boss said about the about the E92.  

I had an early E37 and when it worked it was a thing of joy!  Quiet, low profile and easy to clean.  I suspect the E92 would be the same, I just hope they made the electronics a bit more bulletproof.
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Posted Fri Dec 20, 2013, 6:42pm
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

Short answer after 8 months use  ..don't bother.  if you need a grinder in this class look else where. The robur e it sits next to out performs it in every way. It isn't terrible by any means but for the money, no.
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Posted Mon Dec 30, 2013, 1:40pm
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

I suppose it's too late to ask what "outperforms it in every way" means specifically.  It's such a sweeping and general statement, it's hard to comprehend what it means practically.    
  1. Is it noisier than the Robur?  How could it be?
  2. Is it more of a PITA to adjust than the Robur (or any other Mazzer for that matter)?  Again, how could it be?  
  3. More grind retention than a Robur E?  Robur E is over 20g, right?
  4. One of the Robur's greatest strengths as a high-volume commercial grinder -- speed -- is something of a weakness in a residential or low-volume setting because running the grinder to tighten the grind uses soooooooo damn much coffee. The Ceado's path sure looks shorter and simpler.  
  5. Combining retention with waste from dialing in, for home use the Robur E would probably mean something like 25% to 33% waste.  That's a lot even for someone who roasts more coffee than he knows what do with (no anatomical suggestions, please).  And,
  6. WLL is currently flogging the E92 for a few bucks less than $2K, $600 less than a Robur E and about the same price as a K10 Fresh.  "Cost efficiency" analysis doesn't really work for my situation, but I don't want to throw away money either.  Does the price reduction make the E92 more competitive?  

I'm not sure when I'm going to dump my La Cimbali Junior Max Hybrid in favor of something that's less of a PITA to maintain, does better distribution into the pf, and which grinds as well or better, but am resigned to the fact that "as well or better" means spending a lot of dough, and that "eventually" comes sooner rather than later.  

Something with accurate, on demand dosing would be nice -- if one exists such that getting rid of stale grounds every time it sat idle for more than a few minutes didn't add up to as big a PITA as the Cimbali's maintenance regimen.  With its apparently short path the Ceado looks like it might fill the bill.  

Thoughts?

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Posted Fri Jan 3, 2014, 3:14pm
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

Well, I jumped on e92. I will report back but based of the specs and the few reviews I saw, it can't be that bad. For commercial use, it might be more of a pain but I am not sure how.
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Posted Fri Jan 3, 2014, 6:45pm
Subject: Re: Ceado E92
 

Leaning towards upgrading to an E92, too.

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