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Topic: Quiet grinder for work (3 msgs / 65 lines)
1) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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Ok here is my newly found 2 cents worth. I just got my Bodum Whirly
blade grinder from SM and I must say for portability and quietness this
thing is AWSOME!!!! Depending on what method you are using Tom says you
don't need a really expensive grinder and for my Aeropress it works just
fine. I have never found a whirly blade that is this quiet before I was
shocked when I ground my first coffee with it. Honestly unless you
decide a career change to librarian I can't see how anybody would be
bothered by the low decibel level that this baby puts out. IMHO.
Dennis
 
 
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FC1(SW) Dennis W. True
 
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2) From: Jeremy DeFranco
I say forget about the noise, and go for the professional gas-fueled,
modified wood-chipper! Show your coworkers who's the real boss! : )

3) From: Vicki Smith
I just got back in town after a week away from my regular coffee gear. 
The aeropress and the Bodum C blade grinder were my one and only coffee 
combo--and worked great together. Yup, the Bodum was quiet enough for 
me, too. The light sleepers in the house never stirred when I made 
coffee early in the morning.
BTW, I somehow managed to forget my homeroast and made do with Zabar's 
coffee. If that is freshly roasted, I'll eat my hat. It was not bad 
coffee, just had none of the changes I associate with really freshly 
roasted coffee--no apparent changes from one day to the next over the 4 
or so days between purchasing it and using it up.
vicki
True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
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