Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder
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Turin SD40 Single Dose Grinder

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$259.00 USD
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$259.00 USD
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$369.00 USD
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Product Description

The Turin SD40 is a single dose grinder that uses bellows and a tilted base to reduce retention. It has 40mm stainless steel conical burrs and a sturdy aluminum body.

Most grinders in the price range of this grinder are made with plastic, smaller burrs, ceramic burrs and are not very well built and have high retention. This grinder is well built with mostly metal construction and low retention. We are excited to be the exclusive US importer for this product and we think it will do very well when compared to other grinders in it’s price range. It compares well against the Breville Smart grinder, Ascaso grinders, Baratza grinders, Fellow grinders, and blade grinders. In terms of noise level it is quieter than a lot of the grinders in it's price range. 

Specifications

  • Material: Body and base material is aluminum. Hopper is available in plastic or aluminum. Bellows are rubber.
  • Color Options: Body color - White, Black, and Polished Aluminum; Bellows – black, white; Hopper – Polished Aluminum, Clear Plastic, Black Metal; Lids: Wood, White, Black
  • Length: 6.75”
  • Width: 3.75”
  • Height: 12.5” with hopper, without bellows
  • Height: 14” with hopper and bellows
  • Weight: 5.75 lbs
  • Burrs: Stainless Steel 40mm Conical Burrs
  • Dosing Cup: Stainless steel
  • Volts: 110v, 60hz
  • Watts: 180 watt motor
  • Hopper Capacity: about 40 grams

Customer Reviews

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Richard Bigus
Seem like an un-completed beta test model I over paid for

Firstly, the uniformity of the grind is very good & I love its low retention; but why does it have to be so hard to align the screw to fasten the bellow; you could have made a screw with a tapped extension that would aid in the locating of the screw hold & threading of the screw; there is no stop or alignment point on the grind dial (can’t tell if it’s arbitrary or what); it is suppose to be good for pour over as well as expresso but the coarsest setting is too fine for many of my beans; so I’m daily using my older grinder as well. I’ve been a home roast for 7 years and grinding my beans since college days in the early 70’s and never had a grinder where beans get stuck above the grind chamber but this has happen three time now (I roast many big bean varietals over 21 & 22/64th green & roast some into 2nd crack that become pretty oily but these are not the ones getting stuck). So that I always have to lift the white bellow's lid and double check (what isn’t it clear) that all the beans dropped and aren’t jammed; the on/off switch is poor built and require care in how to press/push down to turn it off. And I didn’t know when I bought it that I should plug it into an out extension with an On/Off because it never turns off when plugged in. In a couple of days I’ve have delivered a new espresso machine (I’ve been without for over a year) and I’m hoping I’ll be relieved by its performance in that regard. Very disappointed that I paid in advance & waited longer than estimated and now I see it online in Canada for $212.50 & you (espresso outlet) is selling an open box for $219, see https://www.homecoffeesolutions.com/products/burz-sd40-single-dose-espresso-coffee-grinder-black / and their shipping cost to Hawaii is nearly the same as the $43.27 I paid. I wish that I had bought the DF64 v4 and had a better expresso grinder since I am still using my older grinder for pour over half the time.

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Tim Hestand
Great Grinder But needs more steps!

I'm impressed by the size, noise level and grind quality of the SD40... BUT...
It needs more precise steps.

After dialing it in I ended up on #7 for my espresso beans. I get 18g with very little retention and a small amount of clumping. At that setting my {double) shot starts to drip at about 8-10 seconds but doesn't finish the pull until about 35 seconds. If I decrease the setting by {one} step it will finish in 23-24 seconds. I need that one step in between the two for the perfect pull.

My Kinu M47 (manual) was stepless and could be dialed in exactly but due to a shoulder replacement, it was hard for me to use.

If I could do it over again I think I'd go with the DF64. But for the price it's a good grinder.

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stephen johnson
Great Grinder!

Nice machine. Seems very solidly built. Grind is easy to adjust and consistent. Highly recommend.