hi. this is my first time here. i'd appreciate some help. i am looking
for a grinder that would do well for an espresso, drip and french
press. the cimbali looks good but the screw(?) type adjustment is not
user friendly when you change from one grind size to another. also, the
mazzers seem to be too expensive for home use. finally, i would like to
get some referral (web sites) on some other brands located in italy as
i need the 220volt model.
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