The Ceado E37K offers a collection of features that mark an innovative step forward for the brand. In this way, the Ceado E37K is quite unlike anything we've had the opportunity to test. At first glance, this grinder shares its looks with the rest of the E37 series, borrowing the height of the E37T, but with certain additions we're excited to discuss.
Let's talk about what this grinder brings to bear. First is the Quick Set Gear that finely adjusts grind size and consistency. The Gear is easily adjusted, turning smoothly with just your thumb and forefinger even after constant, heavy use. For us, the Quick Set Gear is a considerable improvement over the lever adjustment present on other models. Next is the shuffle snoot that directs grinds into your portafilter. The shuffle snoot is essentially an extended chute that guides coffee downward at adjustable angles, significantly aiding in coffee distribution regardless of portafilter size or shape. Expect grinds to be fluffy, with minimal clumping and uniform consistency.
Plus, this is perhaps the quietest grinder we've tested, to date. This is especially impressive because the E37K employs a strong 850 W motor and 71 mm conical burrs. In a quiet room, you can hear it hum, but where it's busy, you'll struggle to hear it at all. The burrs themselves are robust, and can work through 1000 kg of beans before replacements are recommended. Designed for high volume use, the hopper on the E37K holds 1600 g (56 oz) of whole bean coffee.