How to Choose the 1Zpresso Manual Coffee Grinders? - 2023 Version
1Zpresso (Ez-presso) Grinders Selection
Greetings, fellow coffee-lovers.
This tutorial allows you to learn how to choose a 1Zpresso manual coffee grinder.
We consider ourselves a coffee-player-type company as we are constantly improving the features of the manual coffee grinders based on the feedback from our beloved coffee-lovers.
I could think of the most common questions that we’ve received are:
- How to choose the 1Zpresso manual coffee grinders? There are so many of them.
- What’s the difference between K-Max and J-Max? I am so confused!
- How do I perform the grind setting adjustment? The mystery had been solved.
- How do I calibrate my 1Zpresso manual coffee grinders? Another mystery had been solved.
- How do I clean and maintain my grinders? (Internal adjustment & Top adjustment & External adjustment)
There are three kinds of adjustment mechanisms for 1Zpresso manual coffee grinders, the classic Internal adjustment design (Q2 & JX), the fine Top adjustment design (JX-Pro), and the proudly announced awarded External adjustment design (J-Max, K-Pro, K-Plus, K-Max, ZP6 Special, K-Ultra).
Besides, the Accessories are included in the Pro, Plus, Max and Ultra tiers grinders.
We are going to reveal all the features of the 1Zpresso manual coffee grinders to clear your wonder.
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One of the ideal items to go camping and hiking with. Nothing beats glazing over the horizons on top of the mountain while enjoying a coffee break. The friendly travel-sized Q2 with a 38mm burr size could fulfill your daily pour-over coffee needs.
I would recommend JX to the coffee-lovers who’re mainly brewing pour-over. It has a large burr of 48mm and the classic Internal adjustment, resulting in better grinding efficiency.
ZP6 Special Grinder
It is THE grinder that produces and generates fewer coffee fines among other 1Zpresso grinders for your cup of pour-over. The large burr design results in better grinding efficiency.
The latest espresso beast from 1Zpresso. J-Max with Coated-Burr design and the Magnetic Catch-cup design. The External Adjustment with 90 clicks/9 numbers per rotation, 10 clicks per number and 8.8 microns per click. It is the finest adjustment which you could easily find the sweet spot of your espresso.
The advanced version of JX, sharing the same 48mm burr set except for the adjustment mechanism. The all-round grinder with a fine adjustment design (12.5 microns per click).
K-Pro has the External adjustment with 90 clicks per round, and the specialized 48mm K Burr makes grinding more efficient.
It has the same external adjustment design with 90 clicks per round, the specialized 48mm K Burr as K-Pro and K-Max, and the same magnetic catch-cup design as JE-Plus with a capacity of 35~40g.
It has the same external adjustment design with 90 clicks per round, the specialized 48mm K Burr as K-Pro and K-Plus, and the same magnetic catch-cup design as J-Max with a capacity of 35~40g.
K-Ultra has the new External adjustment with 100 clicks per rotation, and the new 48mm burr design for all brew methods.
The tutorial would guide you on how to set the grind setting with the internal adjustment design (Q2, JE, JX grinder), top adjustment design (JE-Plus and JX-Pro grinder), external adjustment design (K-Pro, K-Plus, J-Max, K-Max, ZP6 Special, K-Ultra grinder).
You would gain a better understanding of each grinder’s calibrations. There are three types of calibrations on the 1Zpresso grinder. The internal adjustment design (Q2, JE, JX grinder), top adjustment design (JE-Plus and JX-Pro grinder), external adjustment design (K-Pro, K-Plus, J-Max, K-Max, ZP6 Special, K-Ultra grinder).
This post allows you have brief, quick understandings of all the 1Zpresso grinders – Q2 | JX | JE | JX-Pro | JE-Plus | J-Max | K-Pro | K-Plus | K-Max | ZP6 Special | K-Ultra grinder. Each grinder shared its own merits for all the brew methods.