Suggest Best WetGrinder

Suggest Best WetGrinder

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Suggest Best Wet Grinder Deals

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PowerStar wrote:

Do U Own This Bro ?

Yep the exact model from 4 years. My aunt has one from 6 years with moderate use (2-3 times per week) and is going strong.

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rsai01 wrote:

Yep the exact model from 4 years. My aunt has one from 6 years with moderate use (2-3 times per week) and is going strong.

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Stick to old style models from Shanta or Elgi like suggested above.

Don’t go for the flashy table top models, they don’t grind properly.

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santosh_blr wrote:

Stick to old style models from Shanta or Elgi like suggested above.

Don’t go for the flashy table top models, they don’t grind properly.

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Yup, Elgi is recommended. Been using it in my family for 5 years

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santosh_blr wrote:

Stick to old style models from Shanta or Elgi like suggested above.

Don’t go for the flashy table top models, they don’t grind properly.

could you suggest any?
(even generic pictures or links to company websites would do. seen few on resale, second hand websites but couldn’t identify).
asking because what @rsai01
mentioned above is tabletop only: confused:

don’t feel offended at the ignorance but… in our homes we saw normal blender, mixers itself being used for making lentil (dal) paste or to make pre-batter of idli, uttapam.

so do these wet grinders have any added use (and value for money) for small households with just those needs?
thanks
@AnnamalaiNryaa @telugurocks
@Ajithian @desibuddy @panchabhut @dna_uncut @mrphater @krtkeyan @Deadman4u

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Basically, the stone shd be heavy enough to crush whatever you are grinding properly & easily ie with little effort.. the small table top models are not heavy enough for the job.

Those heavy tilting types are better suited for making all kinds of batter / pastes etc. We have one useless table top model at home which is not as effective as the bigger tilting model. Had bought it when the old one stopped working.. it was a disaster after due to the experience with the old one.. so got the old one fixed – motor belt change, the old was back to its normal working.

Just googled for a picture..

http://www.esuppliersindia.com/santha-industria...

Check offline to understand the difference in shape & weight of the grinding stone in the table-top/light models and the heavier tilt types.

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santosh_blr wrote:

so got the old one fixed – motor belt change, the old was back to its normal working.

Just googled for a picture..

http://www.esuppliersindia.com/santha-industrials/wet-grinder-pr193372-sFP-swf.html

Check offline to understand the difference in shape & weight of the grinding stone in the table-top/light models and the heavier tilt types.


https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/575472/original/5973049wet-grinder-372.jpg

thank you for sharing all those points and experience.
it seems, those not having professional requirements or not connoisseurs can make do with a good mixxie (blender) itself.https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

a few old ones witg heavy duty 450-500w motors even survived repeated use for grinding, powdering ‘dangerous’ stuff like refined sugar, rock salts (and even wet batter for bhakshalu/oligalu, obbattu, puran poli).

thanks again. i suppose any decent stone type belted ones would last a decade or so and initial cost 5500-7000 minimum

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@mastervijay waht happened of your unit? https://www.desidime.com/forums/dost-and-dimes/...

did you get satisfactory exit price?

was it pretty old but unused or newer types?

how long after buying did your family/you realise that it was idling a lot?


found your topic up top smile while searching http://google.com/search?q=site%3Adesidime.com+...+

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@dealshunter how has been your experience with the one you bought https://www.desidime.com/forums/dost-and-dimes/topic...

exactly which model, make (just Kailash is brandname?) was it and Metro as in the wholesale chain?
which location, if you don’t mind.

unless big homes and kitchen users are okay adjusting, it gets difficult to have all appliances at satisfactory location.
at times, even oven and refrigerator are seen outside kitchen (open kitchen layout)
so having larger appliances in kitchen is only viable for frequent use and depends on spaces.


found your topic up top smile while searching http://google.com/search?q=site%3Adesidime.com+...+

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