Lelit Fred Burr Espresso Grinder PL043MMI (4716)

Lelit Fred Burr Espresso Grinder PL043MMI (4716)


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Small in stature but undeniably powerful, the Lelit Fred grinder houses within its stainless steel body a robust 150-watt direct-drive motor, ready to spring into action at the touch of the microswitch. The micrometric adjuster allows the finest of grind adjustment, allowing home baristas total control over grind size. For this reason, we recommend using this grinder for only one type of brew method at a time, as it can be cumbersome to make larger adjustments. At such an economical size and price point, the Fred is ideal for serious home baristas with limited space and a taste for precision.







Manufacturer: Lelit
Manufactured in: Italy
Colour: Chrome
Body Material: Stainless Steel
Dimensions (H x W x D): 12" x 3.5" x 7"
Weight: 2.5kg
Amperage (Circuit): 15A
Voltage: 110V
Motor Wattage: 150W
Motor Speed: Unknown
Burr Type: Conical
Burr Diameter: 38mm
Burr Material: Stainless Steel
Grinder Adjustment: Stepless
Operation: Momentary
Switch Position: Portafilter Switch
Doser Type: N/A
Dose Amount: N/A
Bean Hopper Capacity: 250g
Doser Bin Capacity: N/A
Grounds Container Capacity: N/A
Shipping restriction: This product can only be delivered within Canada


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  • 5
    Best affordable conical grinder I could find.

    Posted by Alan on 2015 Sep 2nd

    1. Quality steel materials, not plastic. Built to last. No sticky coffee powder build-up on plastic (due to static electricity).
    2. Superior (conical) fine grind for espresso. Variable settings best for micro-tuning between fine grinds, not fine to coarse.
    3.Bought to replace a very similar Italian made Macinacaffe conical grinder that lasted 25 years.
    4. All this quality in an appealing and tidily small package.
    5. I could find nothing else of this quality at this price.
    NOTE: If your portafilter (like mine) proves too large to fit under spout without spillage, simply grind portions into another container & spoon from there.