Gaggia MDF74516

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 29 recensioni su Gaggia MDF74516. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.0/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.2/5 per altri prodotti. La recensioni circa qualità fabbricazione e design sono generalmente positive. In aggiunta, affidabilità e prezzo ottengono un buon feedback. Ci sono alcuni commenti comuni circa usabilità. Vi sono alcune valutazioni negative circa la dimensione.

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Recensione esperto da (smartson.se)

Nymalt och smakrikt

 

Smartson testar tio kaffekvarnar i olika prisklasser och utföranden. En bra kvarn maler jämnt, tyst och bevarar aromerna. Monteriva, Macap, Mazzer Mini och Gaggia uppfyller kraven bäst.

11/2005

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

CoffeeGeek - Gaggia MDF Espresso - Alex DiCicco's Review

 

After a lot of research I narrowed it down to the gaggia mdf and the rocky. I bought the MDF because Peet's had it on sale for $199 which was a great deal. I paired it with the Gaggia Classic and have been very happy with the performance of this...

Commercial quality burrs ; Grind consistency ; Doser helps reduce clumping

Doser lever

02/2011

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

A decent beginners grinder, but not the workhorse it could be with its solid construction and commercial grade burrs.

 

The grind is REALLY slow, as a few have mentioned. The commercial style burrs produce a pretty consistent grind and the gearing mechanism allows for a decreased speed. Slower grinding means less heat build-up. The machine is also relatively decent...

Aesthetically pleasing. Large flat burrs. Little to no static or heat build-up. Relatively quiet

The feet are plastic. This is easily and cheaply solved, but it's a hassle I wouldn't expect to deal with for the cash it costs ; The doser handle is terrible. Sometimes while fast-flipping (to break up clumps of grounds) the doser handle will...

05/2010

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

If your espresso budget is tight, this is the grinder to get.

 

Pros definitely outweigh to cons. If your espresso budget is tight, this is the grinder to get.

Fineness of grind ; Great price point for heavy-duty burrs ; Acceptable level of noise

Doser is imprecise. Two pulls does NOT yield a double shot ; Somewhat slow ; Lack of a manual ; Brew time is sometimes inconsistency, from shot to shot. After only two weeks of practice,brew time varies from 17 seconds to 40 seconds, even while I try...

07/2009

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

Solid, reliable, stepped grinder - gets the job done.

 

This is my first burr grinder, having previously only owned a whirly-blade grinder. From various review I had read, I was aware that perhaps, at least for espresso, there were better grinders in the sub-€200 price bracket - like the Iberital MC2, or...

Consistent grind quality ; Can grind fine enough for espresso (fine enough to choke my Gaggia Classic) ; Easy to switch between espresso grind and french press grind, which can be a pain to dial in on some stepless grinders

Some fines in cup ; Obviously not being stepless also has a negative side on the lack of micro-adjustments. However, I have not had much trouble with this ; At almost €200 - is it a bit expensive for what it is ; Some grind retention in the machine ;...

07/2009

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

Requires time and patience to use properly. The doser makes a mess. The grind is wonderful.

 

This was a step up from our previous Bodum burr grinder (bought in a Caribou Coffee store) and I now see what all the fuss was about. There's an enormous improvement in grind consistency, as big a jump as when we moved from our Krups blade grinder...

Excellent and consistent grind. Very well constructed

Lack of timer combined with an inconsistent doser assembly puts onus on user to develop compensating measures. Requires extensive testing before proper grind and tamp combinations are produced. No rubber feet (put a rubber pad we had to open jars under...

02/2009

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

Great grind quality, very consistent, usable espresso grind range, price is excellent

 

I grind for espresso in a gaggia classic. It seems to have a very useable range for espresso grinding. the doser is interesting and I havent been able to have it give me two doses in the same ammount yet, the pull sticks for it as well, though it...

Great grind quality, very consistent, usable espresso grind range, price is excellent

doser is not consistent, but is useable. no rubber feet (slides on smooth surface) however this is easily solved with a rubber mat ; getting grounds without the doser (for thati brewing or press) seems like it might present a problem

03/2008

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

By far the best choice in price range

 

This was the second grinder upgrade for me, having started with a whirlybird, then progressing to a cheap burr grinder. I received this unit at the same time as a Gaggia Coffee, and both were a big step up for me. It only took me about 3-4 shots...

Consistent grind ; Quiet ; Great price/quality ratio

Somewhat slow ; Doser not really useful for a home model

01/2008

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

A good all around coffee grinder but not an exceptionally good grinder for espresso, due to its lack of adjustment points.

 

This review is based upon a mid 1980's MDF grinder I purchased on Ebay, so it may not reflect the current production configuration.

The Gaggia MDF is a very well designed and built coffee grinder. It does not suffer from static build-up unlike some other cheaper plastic bodied grinders

The real downfall of this grinder is its lack of adjustment points (or steps)

06/2007

Recensione utente (coffeegeek.com)

This is your best value "starting point" to properly support your espresso cravings.

 

Everyone will say the same thing; "Good value in a burr grinder for under $200...and it does grind fine enough." Why worry about FINE ENOUGH? I made the mistake of wasting a couple weeks using a Cuisinart Supreme Grind machine from Costco. Sugg. retail...

Grinds fine enough for espresso...and that's part of the story. Consistent grounds is something that higher quality grinders can better insure. Represents adequate value in entry level burr grinder for espresso to drip. Compared to Macap or Mazzer,...

Doser (join the club): Should be called a "dispensor" as it was not engineered to be a true precision measuring and dispensing device. However, it does dispense the ground coffee. All plastic appears sufficient, but it would be nice to see metal...

12/2005

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