2Macap M2M

Macap M2M

2Macap M2M
5.0

2 reviews

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Build Quality
5.0
Value for Money
5.0
Ease of Use
5.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
5.0
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Reviews

2 reviews
2 reviews
Craig J
Craig JSouth East Queensland, QLD5 posts
 

Great little grinder

Purchased new about 2 years ago. For some bizarre reason they get very little love, which is a shame.
What you get: A small but very solid commercial grinder, with 50mm burrs, latest models have stepless grind adjustment which kinda rules it out for mix and match brew methods (not the best idea anyway but hey, you know people........).
Completely trouble free and easy to strip and clean. Not much retention for an on-demand grinder either.
Have used it very happily for espresso and now, thanks to getting a Niche Zero its my V60/brew grinder. Show details
Baxtersin
BaxtersinNorthern Region, NSW42 posts
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Questions & Answers

Craig J
Craig J

Hi, haven't used my Macap much lately as I now have a Niche and a Major modded for SD, but even when single dosing my Macap M2M, it never ever clogged up. It's a very well made and reliable grinder. Which is why I've kept mine, mainly for decaff.
The only things that may reasonably occur with a low volume of beans in the hopper is popcorning or perhaps a bit of grind size variation.
It's very important to remember when changing grind settings... particularly from coarser to finer to keep the grinder running...or you're likely to clog it up, badly.
Humidity might be an issue and yes, the burrs/blades don't last terribly long. Upside is they're simple to replace and not expensive.
Remember, optimally fresh beans will give you better and more consistent results

Baxtersin
Baxtersin  

Thanks Craig, I'll have another shot at it. Fool around with a coarser grind. Thinking back, it was mid summer in the Northern Rivers (NSW) so basically three months of sauna.

Thanks for the tips.

Craig J
Craig J  

Good luck mate, they're a nice sturdy well made little unit and despite it being somewhat out of fashion these days, it should be performing well when the Brevilles are all landfill

Grant K.
Grant K.

I have had a macap m2m grinder for 2 years no problems. Now having issues with grinds clearing , clogging every grind. Do the paddles wear and is a replacement part available? Where to buy?

Baxtersin
Baxtersin  

Details

CategoryCoffee Grinders / Roasters
Price (RRP) $520
TypeAutomatic
Grinding MechanismFlat Burr
Coffee Bean Capacity250 g
Power150 W
Dimensions 382 x 152 x 250 mm

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