Lido E Hand Grinder
Location AvailabilityOnline: No longer stocked
Sydney: No longer stocked
Hobart: No stock
Pickup from our showroom in Moonah, Tasmania. If your item is currently showing as 'No Stock' in Hobart, please allow 1-2 weeks for it to arrive from our Sydney Warehouse. We'll contact you when it's ready to collect. If you require your item more quickly, we recommend selecting a direct shipping option. *Please note free shipping may not apply in all instances such as when ordering large and bulky items, these orders will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us for further information.
Pickup from our showroom in Frenchs Forest, NSW
The Lido E manual coffee grinder has been designed especially for espresso. The enhanced bearing system delivers a consistent grind with is necessary for espresso and turkish coffee. The mechanism used to set the grind works on an extremely fine thread stack, therefore allowing very small particle size changes to be made with ease. The body of the grinder is made from chrome plated aluminum which means this grinder is a similar weight to the travel grinder, is sturdy and will last a lifetime.
Included with the Lido 3 is an anti-static, natural bristle cleaning brush, custom hex assembly tool, rubber counter stand and a conetop portafilter dosing tool.
|Hopper Size||Up to 250g|
|Electric - Hand||Hand Grinder|
|Grinder Height||Less than 35cm|
Good grinder but some problems with burr rubbingBy: Oleg on 10 February 2019This is my first hand grinder and any grinder whatsoever. Built nice but I it has some problems with burr rubbing each other (not even close to zero setting). Mine rubs even up to 10th setting from zero point or so. I was disappointed at first but then searched the net and saw that many people have this problem as well. Then I tried to calibrate it (burr alignment) - it got better (now it only rubs up until 7 setting or so). The instruction (manual) doesn't mention this at all. That's too bad. Luckily there's info on the internet (youtube official OE channel). Just search for it, there are different advices how to align it the better way than original method from OE youtube channel shows. And yeah, it's very expensive for a manual grinder. I wish the price would be around 150 US dollars. thanks for quick shipping to Russia.
Tricky at first but very good!By: Majella Morello on 23 January 2019The user instructions are a bit scant. It is a bit tricky to learn to adjust, but once you've got it, this is a dependable and consistent grinder. It's quiet and quick. I can grind my coffee dose in about 30-40 seconds. Unobtrusive on the countertop. I love the way this grinder fits into my coffee setup.
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