So, what’s the difference between the Niche Zero Grinder and traditional grinders?
Here’s a quick guide.
Advantages of the Niche Zero Grinder
Virtually no retained grind ✓
Always the right quantity of fresh ground coffee ✓
Quiet (72db at 1m) due to optimum burr speed ✓
Large 63mm conical burrs✓
Straight through grind path, no residue or stale grind ✓
No wastage of valuable beans ✓
Premium materials ✓
Stylish looks ✓
Grind cup to transfer to portafilter ✓
Compact footprint & optimum weight ✓
Fits under wall cupboards ✓
Beans added when needed ✓
Problems with Current Grinders
Lots of retained grind tainting your next brew ✕
You don’t know how much coffee to grind ✕
Noisy due to high burr speeds ✕
Smaller burrs (unless you spend +£1000) ✕
Chutes & chamber where grind collects & goes stale ✕
Up to 33% wastage of your beans ✕
Low quality materials ✕
Industrial looks ✕
Grinds straight into portafilter or collector ✕
Bulky and heavy ✕
High end grinders too tall to fit under cupboards ✕
Beans kept in storage hopper ✕
How it works
- The Niche Zero Grinder’s body is comprised of sleek aluminium casting and finished off with a solid hardwood trim, giving you a look of timeless quality.
- The Niche Zero Grinder is driven by a powerful DC motor and gearbox, ensuring optimum burr speeds and quiet operation.
- The Niche Zero Grinder’s professional 63mm conical burrs are infinitely adjustable, offering you a range of grind sizes.
- The straight grind path goes directly into your stainless steel grind cup. It is perfect for weighing your coffee beans and easily transferring your grind to a portafilter.
|Grind Speed||1 gram/sec|
|Weight||4.1kg / 9lb|
|Dose Consistency*||Less than +/- 0.2g|
(*Based on independent test data)
|Trim||Real Oak Wood|