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Fiorenzato F4E Nano V2 Electronic Grinder - 4 Colors

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Fiorenzato presents its semi-commercial F4 Electronic Grinder. This Italian machine delivers the high performance that prosumers would expect of other top-rated grinders such as Mazzer and Macap without the hefty price tag. When compared to other grinders, customers are attracted by the classic elegance of the gray metal body with the added contemporary electronic display panel. The cutting-edge touch screen allows users to program single, double or manual doses. Other notable features include its quiet operation, 58mm flat grinding burrs and stepless micrometrical grinding adjustment for a consistent, clump-free grind. This unit is suited for serving home users as well as functioning well in the low volume commercial environment.


  • Flat 58 mm grinding burrs
  • 600 gram capacity bean hopper
  • Continuous stepless micrometrical grind adjustment
  • Full-color TOUCHSCREEN display with CapSense technology, bigger and more intuitive.
  • Programmable single, double and manual dosing buttons


  • Motor output: 250 watts
  • 110 volt
  • Low blade speed of 1400 RPM
  • Weight: 10 kg
  • Height: 16 7/8 inches


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  • 4
    Fiorenzato F4E Nano V2

    Posted by Kerwin T on 30th Mar 2021

    This was my first ever espresso grinder and I've been using it for almost 3 years. It looks great and is well built. It takes a bit of effort (and 2 hands) to adjust the grind setting, which is not ideal since I change beans every other week. Other than that, it's very easy to program and use. There is some clumping in but the grind quality is still quite good and most importantly, the espresso tastes great! My double shots are usually 15g-16g, which takes about 15-16 seconds on this grinder. Overall, a solid grinder that isn't very loud and makes good espresso for the price.

  • 4
    fiorenzato f4e

    Posted by Kayla Diederich on 12th Dec 2019

    Approximate Time Owned 3 montha Rating Overall 4/5 Reliability Rating 5/5 Value for the Price 5/5 Usability Rating 4/5 Aesthetics Rating 5/5 Detailed Review Don't like how hard it is to adjust when going to a diner grind.

  • 4
    Fiorenzato F4

    Posted by D S on 12th Dec 2019

    Approximate Time Owned 2 years Rating Overall 4/5 Reliability Rating 5/5 Value for the Price 4/5 Usability Rating 3/5 Aesthetics Rating 4/5 Detailed Review Has that traditional Italian look, is a tank for the price, quiet with good grind quality. I do find difficulty dialing it in, the rotational ring seems to make rather large micron changes for minimal adjustments.

  • 5
    Fiorenzato F4e Nano

    Posted by Paul Burmenko on 12th Dec 2019

    Approximate Time Owned 2 years Rating Overall 5/5 Reliability Rating 5/5 Value for the Price 5/5 Usability Rating 4/5 Aesthetics Rating 5/5 Detailed Review I switched to the first gen F4E Nano from a four year old Baratza Vario that was on its third repair in 6 months. The F4E is built incredibly well and looks beautiful. There is some clumping of the grinds, but not much. There is retention, 2-3 grams at least, which one can live with. Adjusting the grind is a two handed process (ideally 3 handed), but I don’t find myself adjusting more than once a week or when changing beans. Most of the time I can get very close by eyeballing the beans before pulling the first shot. I occasionally will grind coarser for pour over, but this is not a joy on this grinder. It’s really suited for espresso. Adjusting to a courser grind may require one to unscrew the screw on the adjustment ring. I was surprised that my burrs needed to be replaced after 2 years (about 100 lbs of coffee). I don’t have the best cleaning regimen, so maybe that is to blame. I also home roast, and maybe missed a pebble in the beans. Overall, I’m very pleased with the grinder for the price. In the future I would look for something with less retention.

  • 5
    Great service

    Posted by John Ayers on 25th Mar 2019

    Great knowledge, service and response. Chose Espresso Outlet because of the reviews and product knowledge after asking newby questions

  • 5
    La Pavoni Professional, Fiorenzato F4E

    Posted by Roger Meachem on 18th Aug 2018

    Not only do they both work well and give coffee to die for, but Joe is the ultimate 'support guy'. His help has been unbelievable when figuring out how to use these two wonderful pieces of Italian engineering (I'm biased, I have two Fiats).