Alright, I know it's been a while but I'm still in grinder decision lockdown crisis mode. I feel like a little kid having to choose which parent to live with.
I'm inclined toward the Compak and the only thing that gives me pause is the complete void of information regarding the "in-the-cup" results from the Anfim. I've spent countless hours reading every forum thread and article I can find about each grinder and everyone is talking about how accurate/consistent the Super Caimano is but no one seems to be talking about the "in-the-cup" results. Every now and then, someone will casually remark on how they would put it up next to the Robur but no one focuses on this.
Does anyone here have experience on both the Compak K10 WBC and the Anfim Super Caimano v2? The Super Caimano has a great doser and timer but if the shots it produces are generally inferior to the K10, those are niceties I'd be willing to forgo. On the other hand, if the shots are on par with one another, I'd much rather have it all in one package.
I could easily chalk this up to the difference between flat and conical burrs except that there are mutterings about how the Caimano burr set may act in such a way that it rivals the signature syrupy body of the big conicals.
Any chance you could update the thread with your thoughts on the K30 vs. K10 for home use, Jackson? I recently picked up a Baratza Vario to use as a decaf/secondary grinder for my K10, and I was so sold on the timed aspect and lack of waste that I've pretty much used it exclusively for the last few months. I've been giving some serious thought to swapping the K10 for a K30.