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  • today we're gonna review this the new grinder from will for the will for uniform.

  • Now it's important to say right at the start that will for sent me this unit for free.

  • It's important not just because you should declare these things and product reviews, but actually will touch on this a little bit later in the review.

  • No, I won't lie.

  • When this grinder was announced, it got me pretty excited.

  • It's in collaboration with Tim Wendel, Bow Thief Amos Coffee Roasted coffee person.

  • I don't know, Tim Wilbur.

  • It feels a little bit like a grind up made for me for how I brew coffee in the mornings.

  • Up into this point at home, I had been using the cheaper Wilford grinder grind out had recommended because as grinders go, it was surprisingly good, considering how cheap it waas.

  • This really is a whole different ballgame that that first well for grinder.

  • It was pretty small conical Burr set some pretty easy ground adjustments.

  • A few good futures, but But this is a much more ambitious project, and they've moved from conical burgers to flappers on.

  • The prices jumped up from about £100 to about £350.

  • So expectations have gone up a lot along with the price.

  • You know, this is in an interesting price point where, actually, there's not a whole load of competition, and in many ways it stands alone in that category.

  • It's pretty hard to buy a flat, burst set, filter focused coffee grinder for home without getting into sort of commercial equipment and the kind of ridiculous prices that commercial equipment costs.

  • This had me pretty pumped and what I say it's made for someone like me.

  • It's made for someone who gets up in the morning, gets a scale out ways their beans, grind those beans and then away and bruised.

  • Um, right.

  • I don't have a hopper full of beans.

  • I'm definitely using a scale is part of my brewing routine, whether I'm brewing and definitely wearing my coffee.

  • It's kind of built for me.

  • I want a more uniform grind profile, and this is supposed to offer that, and it unquestionably does.

  • It is a significant improvement in growing quality from the first wolf a grinder.

  • You know that those flat birds, typically speaking generalizations here, typically produce a more uniform grand profile than conical birds do now.

  • There are lots of moments when that isn't true.

  • But broadly speaking, that is true.

  • And the grinds coming out of this are much, much, much better in terms of extraction, which is probably one of the few ways we have to come to be.

  • Talk about how good a job of Grindr is doing.

  • Bruise.

  • 21 a half, 22% extractions.

  • If that means anything to you, they taste really good, right?

  • So it's certainly not having issues at slightly higher extractions, certainly much better than the other.

  • Well, for grinder would taste at those higher extractions, so the birds are better.

  • They're not e K 43 birds.

  • They're not top top top tier burgers.

  • But for the home there, a significant jump up, certainly from welfare.

  • Other grinder.

  • But I haven't been able to do yet is compared this to some similarly priced coffee grinders.

  • Perhaps the set A from burrata.

  • So that's that's on the list of things that I do wanna have a look at.

  • So let's dive in a little bit more into the simple features off this grinder.

  • First off the lead for the hopper, the lead for the hopper is a set of scales, right.

  • Nice, neat little set of scales.

  • Pretty simple functionality.

  • You know, they do, Grams.

  • And the other thing no time of function on here because this does have Bluetooth, and it does connect to a nap.

  • I'll be totally honest.

  • I'm not really interested in that.

  • I'm not really interested in pairing a device first thing in the morning on dhe, interacting in a more complex way.

  • I've used this grander for about a month at home and mostly to make my first coffee of the day.

  • And at that point, I know what I want to do.

  • I'm brewing it with actually the sage precision brewer, which I'll talk about another time.

  • So I'm bringing with an automatic brewer.

  • So really, my routine in the mornings is pretty simple.

  • I don't wanna have to worry about APS connectivity any of that stuff, but it is part part all of this.

  • And if you want, bring recommendations from Tim, those are bundled into the app.

  • So you have the scales on top.

  • This is designed really to be a single dose grinder III.

  • It's just gonna grind what you pour in the top.

  • This isn't really designed to be a storage hopper for your beans.

  • Ideally, you're keeping them in something dark, dry, cool air, tight zip, sealed bag or Tupperware or something.

  • And you gonna portion out and then grind as you go.

  • The top collar here is your grind adjuster.

  • There are 40 different grand settings, and it does go all the way down to espresso.

  • You get a little pamphlet with it that does recommend some grind settings for brewing, let's say 45 grams to 7 50 grams of water, 3/4 of a leader of brewed coffee.

  • I'm at about 28.

  • At the moment.

  • With my brewing set up, we're gonna get to deepen toe.

  • What kind of pre infusion times we're gonna floor.

  • It's 1/2 But just to give you an idea of where this would sit, we'll talk about us press.

  • So a bit more.

  • It was the end of the review and then the controls of the grinder, which is a simple on button.

  • And when I heard about there's one of the killer features for me is that you turn is going on and it will switch itself off when it's finished grinding.

  • Presume it's detecting some level off resistance in the motor.

  • And then at the bottom you got your grounds collection bin now in the first wolf, a grinder there, little plastic bin that kind of drove me insane in its design on.

  • In this case, it's a stainless steel bin.

  • Now they say, this does help mitigate static electricity when there's a little black plastic piece that you need to have on assistant over this while it's grinding on.

  • That, very simply is is the grinder.

  • You know, it's really designed to be a filter coffee focused grinder.

  • It can do espresso on will pull some shots of espresso toward the end of the review, but it's really, really focused and built around better filter coffee at home.

  • Now I've wanted a filter coffee focus grounded at home for a long time, and now I have one, and this is definitely going to be a part of my dealing bring set up in the foreseeable future.

  • Like I've had this for about a month.

  • I'm really enjoying using it, though I have to say there are inevitably a few caveats.

  • There are a few things for me that I didn't completely love that.

  • I do have to talk about Let's start with scale in the top Now I like a lot about having an integrated scale in the grinder.

  • I think it's a really neat, clever place to put it.

  • I think it looks good.

  • It does, however, lack a little bit.

  • It's a little bit slow when you are weighing stuff out.

  • For example, coffee, beans.

  • So most mornings I've tended to overshoot a little bit.

  • What are two grams?

  • Something of the world, and I can and should adapt to this.

  • But it does bother me just a little bit that the scales are compared to others reasonably slow now.

  • The future of the auto off is a killer feature for me.

  • It's one of those things where, why isn't this normal?

  • Why doesn't everything have this?

  • However, on occasions it's detection off.

  • Finished grinding hasn't been fantastic, and it's run just a little bit longer than I've wanted, just to the point where my brain has kind of clicked in and gone.

  • Do I need to switch this off myself?

  • And about the time I kind of got a cross to do that it switched itself off, but its detection can be a little slow, especially those last few beans kind of bounce around in there, and it does detect that it is grinding those still eso.

  • In theory, it's it's getting everything through, but it can be a little bit slow.

  • So one thing we should talk about is accessing the birds in this grounder.

  • To do that, you just take it course.

  • This makes it very easy to access, but one of my great sort of pet hates in this world in the world of grinders is having threading in the same rough area as ground coffee, right?

  • Anyone who has tried to clean out a mats, a grinder and bean tightening the birds back up again and hit a little bit of ground coffee in the threads will know that pain.

  • I really, really, really don't like threading in and around ground coffee.

  • It's like a personal thing, and there are other ways around this.

  • You don't have tohave threading in the bird chamber.

  • It's easy to access.

  • It's easy to clean.

  • It's a small, neat burr chamber.

  • I like all of those things.

  • I just wish that they'd gone a different route on the threading, moving down to the grounds collection bin.

  • I like the stainless steel.

  • I like that designer like that material quite a lot.

  • It doesn't do that much more for me.

  • For static mitigation, I still prefer to do the little water drop trick on just the tiniest amount of water to the coffee beans before you grind them, and then you get a much better result.

  • The lid that sits on top of it is a little bit fussy to put back on like it's not a super easy thing to put back on every time on.

  • I do worry about losing it.

  • At some point, I wonder if that could be a different materials choice sort of fit here just to make that a slightly more enjoyable experience.

  • Now, quite intentionally, this grinder is pretty slow.

  • Tim talked about this that they wanted to have a slower motor to prevent less heat transfer to the coffee beans.

  • Now there has been research into temperature and coffee beans, but really, the best evidence is that incredibly called coffee does grind better.

  • But beyond that, I'm not sure that there's a ton of evidence that going that slower really does produce significantly better or noticeably better coffee.

  • Like I get the idea behind it.

  • I get I get the hypothesis, but I just don't think we actually have any evidence on.

  • I would like this to have been just a little bit quicker in the mornings and seven summary.

  • The good.

  • I really like this grinder.

  • I like the grounds it produces.

  • I think they're very good for the money.

  • I think to get better than this, you're spending significantly more money.

  • Even though this will be quite an expensive grinder.

  • I like the design like the footprint, and I like the build.

  • There are, however, a couple of things that annoy me slightly and the scale lag or the auto detect lag.

  • I find it hard.

  • Thio really decide how I feel about those because I didn't pay for this grinder.

  • I received this unit to review.

  • I would have happily paid for when I haven't had offered to pay for one.

  • But they sent one to me.

  • I'm gonna keep it.

  • I'm gonna use it every day, but without having spent the money, I don't really know how much those things bother me like if I had paid the money, would they really bother me, or would it bother me less?

  • In fact, there are a couple of things that are imperfectly, but I don't think that would stop me recommending this as a good grinder.

  • And so, before I finally finally finally wrap up, I did say I would pull some shots.

  • Now, what I don't have here in the studio right now is an espresso machine.

  • So for the very, very last piece of this review, I'm gonna go to where I can get an espresso machine down to some friends via machinery.

  • And I'm gonna pull some shots on a black Eagle with this thing to see how we go on, I'll conclude the last bits of the review over there.

  • So I brought the grounder down here so I could pull a few shots, see how I felt about the performance of it as an espresso.

  • Grander.

  • Now it's not designed to be an espresso grounders designed to be a filter grinder that can do espresso and it can can do espresso.

  • So what I was doing is I was keeping my dose in my dose out the same and just seeing how the grand settings effective time.

  • So first thing I did, Dad.

  • And down to number four on the settings Planet choked, the machine darted back to number six.

  • It pulled in 18 2nd shot Donna into number five on.

  • We got pretty close, the but the steppes of big.

  • Now, if this is an occasional espresso grinder, well, I can kind of work with that.

  • If that 32nd shot was a little bit too slow for me, I could drop my dose by half a gram, drop my output liquid by Graham, keep my ratio the same on that shot would flow just a little bit quicker and maybe get me into the window of time that I wanted as an occasional espresso.

  • Grander.

  • It works pretty well.

  • However, A couple of things one dose ng from that chamber from the Little Grounds chamber is not particularly easy or neat on.

  • I would really want to rinse that out really thoroughly after a day of pulling espresso because a lot of little ground coffee fine pieces got caught around the seams on.

  • They just wouldn't knock out.

  • So I'll need a wash fairly regularly using it for that.

  • If you're gonna espresso every day by an espresso grinder by something focused for that, you're gonna have way more control.

  • As for the quality of shots, they were pretty good.

  • I liked the espresso that I go from this grinder.

  • I generally preferred shots a little bit slower than I otherwise would would say That's one.

  • So the shots I enjoy more like 30 32 seconds, however pulling a shot to, say 35 seconds for that same ratio didn't taste is good, Started to just get a little too harsh, just didn't finish well.

  • So that's a 28 to 32 2nd window for me, for the style of espresso that I'm drinking for style coffee beans that I'm working with.

  • That worked pretty well.

  • I guess at this point I should go for, like, a final final Final summary.

  • Right, so Final summary And I've had a couple of days to think about this.

  • I think it's a very good grinder for the money.

  • I think it's a great filter ground of the home, and it does have its issues.

  • It's not a great espresso grinder, but it's not supposed to be and there are other issues that brought up.

  • But if will fix thumb and released the second version, well, they're not such big deals that we consider it worthwhile upgrading to a newer version.

  • So that's kind of an interesting metric for me to consider when I think about Is that really an issue or not so overall expensive but well built pretty great.

  • I will be making it a part of my daily Bruin routine.

  • That's the will for uniforms.

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