MiiCoffee DF64 Single Dosing Coffee Grinder
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We have the latest version of DF64
- Included dial indicator
- New font on the dial ring sticker
- Upgraded declumper
The MiiCoffee DF64 coffee grinder is the ideal "prosumer" coffee grinder for single dosing on the market. It comes with Italian made ItalMill 64mm flat burrs that deliver a fluffy grind with minimal clumping and consistent particle size distribution. Single dosing is the rage in the espresso aficionado world these days and there aren’t very many good options that don’t cost a ton.
Features and Specifications
- 64 mm Grinding Italian made ItalMill 64mm stainless steel flat burrs.
- 58mm Transparent Food Grade Dosing Cup. While a portafilter can be used in the portafilter rest, it is best to use the dosing cup, especially if your portafilter isn’t 58mm. Dosing cup made of food-safe materials is transparent design, the regrind can be seen at all times.
Almost Zero Retention <0.2 gram. Blow-out funnel, with lid to completely empty the dead space.
- Stepless Adjustment. Large Dial Adjustment with an setting from the fine to coarse
Auto Stop after 45 seconds
Bean Hopper Capacity: 50 grams without bellow, 70 grams with bellow
- Aluminum body with metallic black finishing
- Motor 250W
- AC Input 100-120v/60Hz
- Compact size 10” L, 5.2” W, 12” H fits under any kitchen cabinet.
- One year warranty with MiiCoffee
What's in the box
- MiiCoffee DF64 Single Dosing Coffee Grinder
- Transparent Dosing Cup
- Dial Indicator
- Upgrade to SSP Espresso Grinding 64mm Flat Burrs possible
- Easy-Clean Technology : The grinder can be opened for cleaning in a few simple steps without tools.
- Read MiiCoffee DF64 FAQ
Delivered on time and as described.
Very impressed with the service: super fast shipment and very responsive staff to answer my setup questions. Jack was great answering my email questions within 10mim response time at 7pm !
Product worked great so far. One suggestion: for the fine tune service for the SSP burr, I would suggest to adjust the grind label as part of the service with a bit more price premium. This way, customers can have a system that is fully tuned as-is …
If you've heard about the DF64 previously you know it has some minor issues, but they're all easily resolved with a little tinkering and some 3d printed parts. This already includes a couple of the most popular additions, specifically an adapter for angling the grounds cup and a grind size indicator. For next performance you'll still want to replace the declumper, but it's a minor amount of tinkering to get such consistency from such a value oriented grinder. Shipping was super fast and it arrived very quickly, zero complaints about my experience with MiiCoffee.
So, out of the box it produces massive amounts of fines and the declumper continuously clogs. I cannot yet evaluate what this machine can be but if I were to judge it as it the judgment is not favorable. I'm going to mod the chute and declumper, season the burrs (something all burrs benefit from) and then I'll be able to hopefully report a better experience. So far I've been able to make good espresso and fair to poor filter coffee (fines are the problem here). I anticipate this will improve with time and mods.
As for Miicoffee, they were great! They shipped very quickly to Minneapolis and the item was exactly what I ordered. There was also a 3D printed indicator ring on the grinder that I didn't pay for which was a nice perk. Not sure if this is standard or not.
I’m not sure if I can really review this grinder. I’m still fairly new to making espresso. Started early this past April but I was using the Fellow Ode modified with the SSP HU burrs prior to getting the DF64. So I’ve been using the DF64 for a couple of weeks now, and it’s really a big upgrade from the Fellow Ode. It’s so much easier to micro adjust than the Fellow Ode. And watching other videos on YouTube about all the modified accessories, had all the accessories installed before my first use, I find no problems with this grinder. But sometimes if I’m grinding small beans, they can get caught between the top lip of the anti popcorn and the bellow ribs. Not a big deal, easily flicked away using your fingers or just pressing the bellows and it will push it out. I like this grinder and have no regrets purchasing it