Well shake it up baby, now, Twist and shout! The manual Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder will work it on out. With the Macap M4 grinder's stepless adjustment, you'll have total control over your grind from coarse French press to fine espresso. With just a twist of the knob, it will twist so fine. Made in Venice Italy with years of Italian espresso experience, the M4 grinder is a smooth operator.
Features & Functionality of the Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder
|Tips and Tricks||
This flat burr grinder can tuck under cabinets that have at least a 20-inch clearance.
|Suitable Applications||Coffee Press, Drip Coffee, Espresso, Fine Drip / Pour Over, Turkish|
|Minimum Time to Grind Double Shot||5 to 10 seconds|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Bean Hopper Capacity||1.1 lbs|
|Dosing Options||No Progamming - All Manual|
|Adjustment Configuration||Stepless - Infinite Settings|
|Grinder Style||Burr - Flat Steel|
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Warranty Information for the Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder
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|Who Supports the Warranty:||Seattle Coffee Gear|
|Warranty Contact Information:||866-372-4734 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Notes:||Read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.|
|Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty?||No|
|Can SCG Repair?||Yes. Read more about our out-of-warranty repair services.|
Caring for the Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder
- Clean the burrs on a weekly to bi-weekly basis, either with a cleaning brush or a burr grinder-specific cleaning product, such as Grindz.
- Remove and hand-wash the bean hopper and lid with warm soap and water as needed.
User Manuals for your Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder
Videos Featuring the Macap M4 Stepless Doser Grinder
great grinderReview by Dennis
Value Quality Price
I had a Rancilio Rocky for about 10 years with a Rancilio sivlia machice. And a gaggia machice for 10 years before that.I alway's got nice shots from both of those machices It was time to step it up so i bought a rocket giotto v 2 and macap m4 grinder. This combo works great. The Macap is a lot quieter than the Rocky,It also did take about a week or so to find the right setting.but once you find your setting it produces some great shots. I love the stepless doser
You can really dial in the right grind,i couldn't do that with the rocky.
So my shots are much better.as for grinds left in the chute i just use a brush on the center post and hit the lever 2 or 3 times and all the grinds come right out.great grinder cleans up very nice.
(Posted on 7/23/13)
I am set with my Macap MC4Review by Tracy
Quality Value Price
I replaced my Rancilio Rocky with the Macap MC4. The Rocky was a nice starting point, but I was ready to take it to the next level. It did take about a week or so to find the right setting, but I rarely have to adjust it any more. The one complaint that I have (as well as other people), is the issue of the grounds sticking in the chute. It leads to a lot of waste and it makes a mess when the grounds finally fall out AFTER you already cleaned the area. Now I use a chopstick to get those last grounds out and into the portafilter where they belong.Once we find your proper settings and solve the issue of the grinds sticking in the chute, it is a great machine. I am not going to change my grinder any time soon.
Easy To Use, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Commercial Grade
(Posted on 4/1/10)
Still getting used to itReview by isitnews
Quality Value Price
I use the Macap MC4 doserless grinder to make two or three espresso drinks a day. It is an upgrade from a Rancilio Rocky.
I used my Rocky for over a year. It took most of that time to learn how to get consistent shots with it. Once I got to that point I figured I was ready for an upgrade. Without any personal experience of the prosumer grinders on the market I read the reviews and comments on the web and decided that the Mazzer was the ultimate but that the Macap was thought to be as good in some respects, like the quality of the grind.
I have been using the Macap for about three weeks. I am still learning. I don't have it down pat yet but after my experience with the Rocky I expect it to take a while. I like the solidness of it. The Macap is a lot quieter than the Rocky and has a reassuring feel. The grind is very nice, of course and the fine, stepless adjustment is beautiful.
On the other hand it is hard to get used to the coffee that stays in the chute. There is a lip up in there that the coffee hangs on and the chute will hold 7-8g of grinds. I had a pretty good routine with the Rocky and was able to get into fresh grinds with a 4g waste. I don't have a good system with the new machine and I expect to toss 7g with the first shot. And with that lip/shelf up there I am never sure if I am getting all fresh. On the other hand the grind is clump free. (I suspect that is the purpose of the lip.)
This grinder is quiet and produces a nice grind. On the other hand there is more waste than I like and it would be a real pain to open it up for drip or french-press grind. I am going to continue to work with it. Maybe after a year I will have it down pat.
I would recommend this to a friend who understands that the high price is for the best results, not ease of use.
(Posted on 3/19/10)