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Posted 3 November 2022

Sage the Dose Control Pro coffee grinder £109.90 @ Sage Appliances

£109.90£169.9535% off
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Sage Dose Control Pro on offer directly from Sage. Price matched on Amazon if you want prime delivery.

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Adjust in 1 second increments for control of your grind.

Take control over your freshly roasted beans with 60 precise grind settings that give you up-to-the-second control. This machine’s precision conical burrs minimize grind heat and protect essential oils where fresh coffee flavor resides.

Free your grind

The Dose Control ™ Pro lets you grind directly into the portafilter, gold tone filter basket or paper filter. The choice is yours.

60 grind settings

This wide range allows you to grind fine enough for Espresso or coarse enough for French Press.

Precision electronic timer

Adjust grind time by precise 1 second increments for the perfectly controlled dose for any brew size.

Grinding mechanism

Stainless Steel conical burr grinder efficiently designed to minimize grinding heat and protect the essential oils in the coffee bean.


  • Portafilter Cradle–Small 50-54mm
  • Portafilter Cradle–Large 58mm
  • The Adjustable Razor–Trims the puck to the right level for consistent extraction
  • Includes interchangeable razor for 50mm, 54mm and 58mm portafilter baskets

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    Use code: VirtualDemoUK-lEqKg7U0AU for an extra 15% off
    Got the Pro Grinder yesterday for £144 Bargain!
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    Bargain £93.41 with the code Shure provided above
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    Bought this for £75.99 on Prime Day(s).
    If I compare it to my Feld47 hand grinder, retention, adjustment range and grind uniformity aren't brilliant. However, for grinding for espresso for a latte, it's quick, easy and great value. Hand grinding for espresso is a brilliant way to learn that you don't want to hand grind for espresso.
    RDT doesn't seem to help much with retention, but doesn't seem to be much static.

    As has been said, use it as a single dose grinder, weigh the beans and grind into a dosing cup.
    Also run the grinder empty for a second and then give it a good tap on the top to expel retained grounds from the previous grind
    When grinding very fine, the grind settings tend to move to even finer. For the price, not a massive issue, just something to keep an eye on.
    There's also the option to adjust grind by adjusting the burrs too. Useful if you use the same beans all the time and have nailed your settings.
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    £108.95 from Amazon right now and it was £75.99 during Prime Day, so it might be likely that price will drop for Black Friday.
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    I’ve had this for 2 years but can’t really recommend it. Still works, but doesn’t grind fine enough, makes loads of mess, and has an annoying constant inductor whine when it’s plugged in
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    I've had one of these for a while, it's pretty good, I don't use the timer though or store beans in the hopper, I just weigh out the beans I want to use each time
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    I’d suggest either of the Bambino’s over the Duo Temp Pro.
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    Just returned one to Amazon.

    I paid £150 and wasn't impressed by the plasticy build.

    Timer only has 1 second increments which is far too long to get the exact dose you want.

    Using with a Sage portafilter it also just created far too much mess. Grinds everywhere.

    I'd rather spend more on something better.
    Pro is 144, that has exact dosing.
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    Just placed an order, cracking price!
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    Is this worth getting if I’ve already got the Sage Barista Pro? (Burr included)
    I’d so no. Pretty sure it’s the same grinder/burr set so save your money!
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    I am trying to find good beans recently and have been trying different roasters. I struggle with the dialling in and waste a lot of coffee
    Recommend rave coffee, they have a lot of choice and should hopefully cater for your tastes if you know what you like. I found a coffee with them after 4 different types and have stuck with it for a year now. Therefore no more tuning/wastage needed
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    Everything (coffee machines etc) including this now showing out of stock... Planning a big sale?
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    Just managed to grab this with the code above, cheers!
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