Just curious about 1 item. How easy is it to fine tune the Niche Zero grind in small increments. I know that it is stepless, but there does not seem to be much Niche Zero dial space allocated to espresso. However I have never used one.
For my Eureka, I bought a larger 3D printed dial that sits on top of/fastens to the very small dial that Eureka provides. I am thereby able to much more easily fine tune the espresso grind (go finer or coarser by a couple of marks) than before. This was previously difficult using the Eureka knob.
Given that I do not generally drink pour over, the ability to easily switch between pour over and espresso (in Moka Pot or on machine) is not a big issue for me.
But if the Niche will contribute to significant taste improvements by virtue of its burr design or size or lower RPM (and associated heat generation) or lack of grind retention (compared to the single dose hopper that I now use with the Eureka), I am interested. So I am curious about the taste impacts of its burr design.
FYI, I still do get 0.3 to 0.6g of retention with the Eureka. And the Eureka single dose hopper/bellows accessory leaks air at the slot used for its open/shut lever/gate, so I had to tape over the slot; poor design there. The bellows also too easily falls off the hopper.