Make a mess when you grind into your portafilter? The Coffee Catcha tool is designed to keep coffee in your portafilter and off your counter top, ensuring a consistent dose every time. Perfect for home use or commercial applications, this tool can dramatically reduce coffee wastage. On average, 2 pounds of coffee for every 25 pounds used (roughly 8 percent) is saved using the Coffee Catcha.
How the Coffee Catcha Works
- Place the Coffee Catcha on top of the portafilter
- Lightly press your thumb on the handle to keep it in place
- Grind coffee normally into portafilter
- If using a doserless grinder, simply tamp through the Coffee Catcha into the portafilter
- If using a grinder with doser, the tool's funnel will stop grinds from pouring over the edge of the portafilter
- Twist the Coffee Catcha and push excess grinds back into dosing chamber to prevent wastage
- Tamp through the tool and insert into brew head
- No mess, less waste - The stainless steel funnel performs beautifully, especially with doserless grinders.
- Pricey - It will take longer to realize any coffee cost savings when using this tool at home versus in a high-volume commercial environment.
- Works best with 58mm portafilters - Gaps will be present when used with smaller portafilters.
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User Manuals for your Coffee Catcha Dosing Tool
Good for consistency as well as cleanlinessReview by fatwhite
This really helps execute on the WDT method. I'm a fan. (Posted on 12/16/2015)
saved my businessReview by RastaRista
I work outdoors with a mobile coffee cart, the wind was a huge problem. Also, every gram counts when your a small business entrepreneur. I also now use it indoors at some cafes I gig at. I just like to level my dose with something other than my hand. If this product is out there, find it! (Posted on 1/12/2015)
Great idea but overpricedReview by Luigi
The concept and execution of this NZ designed dosing tool is excellent. It stops all the overflow mess from grinding AND allows you to get a proper/more regular dose - immediately my espressos were improved. In fact, this is probably the second most significant addition to my Breville Dual Boiler the first being the Breville knock box. But the price?I It's very
well made (albeit in China) but $79 is excessive - yet in terms of my significant other not yelling at the mess around the grinder it is priceless following the old maxim, if you have to ask the price you can¹t afford it. For $35 or even $40 this would be a steal, at 79 it is expensive but indispensable. (Posted on 6/6/2014)
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