Eureka Mignon Silenzio Espresso Coffee Grinder – Stepless, Doserless

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Eureka Mignon Silenzio Doserless Espresso Grinder + Eureka 2311.0117KIT Mignon Mat
Price for both: $601.50

Eureka Mignon Silenzio Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder

The Eureka Mignon (formally replaced the Instantaneo) was definitely one of our top grinders of 2017. Furthermore, they have one-upped themselves by introducing a new series of Mignons any barista can customize to their needs. What Eureka has done with these versions is to take some of the technology found in the Eureka Atom and put it inside the compact design of the Mignon.  Thus, we have the Eureka Mignon Silenzio: the first tier of upgraded Mignons, incorporating the most distinctive of Eureka’s innovations: it’s silencing technology. The Eureka Mignon Silenzio is available in black, chrome, or white body. Thus, choose whatever combination of exterior options of chute/body color to create a grinder that is personal to your taste!

Silent Technology

Eureka made waves when they released the quietest espresso grinder on the market: the Eureka Atom. Now, they’ve incorporated this Silent technology into these series of Mignon grinders. Have no worries about disturbing your loved ones in the morning when freshly grinding your coffee!

Stepless Grinding Adjustment

Stepless grinding adjustment allows you to make the most finite adjustments to achieve the perfect grind.

Hands-Free Fork

Distance from top of the fork to coffee chute is approximately 2.25″. It can be removed completely to put a container. Allows hands-free operation with spouted portafilters.

Optimally Sized Bean Hopper

Holds approximately 8 ounces of roasted beans for plenty of espresso shots. Ergonomically designed to keep the overall height low and not to stick out beyond the rest of the grinder. A set screw holds the hopper in place as opposed to other grinders which are friction fit. It is also equipped with a stopper if you want to remove the hopper with the beans in it, and a finger guard…just in case.

Easy controls

Located on the right of the grinder. The large switch turns the grinder on. The button on the lower right switches the grinder from semi-automatic (pushed out) to a timer (pushed in) in timer mode. The knob on the lower left adjusts the amount of time the grinder will run. Turn clockwise to increase time and counterclockwise to decrease time. Push the button in front of the grinder underneath the coffee chute to start grinding!

Looking for something with a touch display + even faster grinding time? Check out the Eureka Mignon Specialita.

Want a touch display + a more all-purpose grinder? Check out the Eureka Mignon Perfetto.

Want a home espresso machine to pair with your Silenzio? Then check out the Rancilio Silvia espresso machine!

Want to learn about our other Eureka espresso coffee grinders? Then check out its brand page!

Brand

Eureka

Height (inches)

14, approximate

Width (inches)

5, approximate

Depth (inches)

7.5, approximate

Weight (pounds)

13

Wattage (watts)

260

Voltage (volts)

110 – 120

Burr size (mm), Type

50, flat

Grinding speed (RPM)

1350

Hopper capacity (grams)

300

Country of manufacture

Italy

Approvals

CSA

  1. Changing grind settings: As with all coffee grinders, it is very important to only change grind settings when the unit is powered ‘on’ and the burrs are in motion. If you do not do this, the burrs will ‘gunk’ up and require cleaning by you every time this occurs. Changing the grind settings when the burrs are not in motion will render the grinder to only produce very coarse grinds or no grinds at all. If this result occurs, this will be considered operator error for lack of following directions, and not be classified as a defective grinder.
  2. Finding coffee grinds in a new grinder: We have confirmed that the manufacturer tests EVERY grinder with coffee beans before it leaves their facility, but they are not always able to get every trace of coffee out of the grinders after testing. As a result, you may find coffee beans or grinds inside your grinder, or there may be grinds in the packaging when you unwrap it.
  3. Static issues: There are static issues with all grinders, even the highest quality models. We firmly believe that the static comes from the coffee beans. If you are having static problems with your coffee grinder, trying using a different blend of beans.
  4. Replacing burrs: NEVER use a flat head screwdriver and hammer to wedge under the burrs for removal. This could badly damage your grinder.
  5. Electrical cord: Please note that the electrical cord is placed between the packaging (foam or cardboard) and the underside body of the grinder. During shipping, it is normal for a bend or insignificant blemish / slice to damage the cord.

  1. Manual switch models: These models are no longer being produced by the factory.

  1. Grinding for multiple brew methods: This is an espresso only coffee grinder as other coffee brew methods will require the stepless knob to be turned hundreds of rotations.
  2. Motor not turning on: If the motor doesn't turn on, try taking the grinder to a coarser setting.

Espresso Grinder Warning

  • CLEANING WARNING: We recommend using grinder cleaning agents. We do not recommend any removal of the burrs or burr carrier for cleaning as re-assembly can cause damage.
  • ELECTRICAL WARNING: To avoid electrical damage to this espresso grinder which is not considered a manufacturer's defect, please acquire and install a single-outlet surge suppressor rated at 1080 joules or higher. The lack of the recommended surge suppressor, the espresso grinder can be damaged at the power switch, the capacitor, the motor, or the wiring.

Please use the diagrams below to help find the exact part you are looking for. After you find the part, copy the SKU #. Then use the search bar at the top of our website. If there are no results in the search, we most likely do not have the part. We only special order parts if the specific model was purchased through 1st-line Equipment. For general questions, please use our parts inquiry page.

Parts-Diagram-Eureka-Mignon-Silenzio
SKU
1005.0110
1005.0225
1005.0240F5A
1005.1250
1005.4220
1013.0008
1013.1020
2311.0003-951
2311.0003G
2311.0005
2311.0023
2311.0026KIT
2311.0027V1707KIT
2311.0035
2311.0050
2311.0100KIT
2311.1000M
2311.1000MKFN
2311.1102KIT
2311.1102KIT
2313.1120v1909G
2311.1120-951
2312.0089
2311.0029
2311.0004KIT
4122311.3000
6040.0063KIT
6060.5000KIT
E113
E114
E115
E116
E16
MAC50

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      Grinder seems to be stuck. You can hear the motor activate when button is pressed but burrs will not spin. Please advise. Thanks.
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      Q Grinder seems to be stuck. You can hear the motor activate when button is pressed but burrs will ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Brian on May 3, 2021 1:17 pm
      Answered by the admin

      Grind setting is probably set to close where the burrs are touching. Back off to a coarser setting while the motor is running.

    2. I notice that the white eureka mignon silenzio is out of stock. Could I pre-order one? If yes, when could it arrive
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      Q I notice that the white eureka mignon silenzio is out of stock. Could I pre-order one? If yes, wh...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Wan on November 18, 2020 10:05 pm
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      There is a shipment leaving next week. Once we have a better idea of arrival, we will allow pre-orders.

    4. I bought this grinder in October of 2019. Extremely happy with it until last week when I started receiving less than 2bar on the monometer from my Lelit Anna espresso machine. The coffee just pours out. My bar count has always been on the green of the monometer. I always kept the grinder dialed in at 0 and the same dispensing of the espresso beans and tempered exactly leveled to the puck. My questions are; what could be wrong with the grinder? or Could my Lelit PL41EM Anna be defective?
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      Q I bought this grinder in October of 2019. Extremely happy with it until last week when I started ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Mauro Quilici on August 26, 2020 4:13 am
      A It sounds like the issue is with the Anna, although a complete answer requires more information. If it's the grinder, major changes to pressures during brewing would indicate a significant change to the puck itself - have you seen any changes in the grind quality or consistency? It seems as though changes would be readily observable.
      Answered by the admin

      The manometer shows the result of the resistance created by the fineness of the grind, the amount of the coffee in the basket, and the tamping pressure - all three create resistance.

      To test the machine, a blind filter (without holes) can be inserted and the coffee switch turned on for 30 seconds. If the pressure gauge reaches 9 or more bar, then the problem is the grind fineness or preparation error.

      If the gauge does not achieve 9 bar, then the pump is failing or the overpressure valve (OPV) was changed or stuck open. If there is a water softener, this could be clogged. We recommend removing the water softener, if attached, and recharging it or replacing it if it is 6 months or older. Then descale the machine through the grouphead and water wand per the instructions on our web site.

      Answered by the admin

      As for the grinder... if someone changed setting while NOT powered on and running, then the grinding burrs will have compacted ground coffee and not be able to grind fine enough. The grinder setting would need to be taken out to the coarsest setting without beans in the hopper and powered on running. Shut off, and fill the beans into the hopper. Power on to run grinder, and slowly turn the adjustment knob finer. This should clear out the compacted coffee. If not, a burr cleaner may need to be used in the same fashion, or the burrs will need to be removed for a manual cleaning with a metal wire brush.

    6. I'd like to order a Eureka Mignon Silenzio Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder в 1, black chute, black body. 2 questions: 1. Is the black body a matte black or a shiny black? 2. Do you have any in stock? If so, with free shipping how long would you estimate it would take to get the me in California 92618?
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      Q I'd like to order a Eureka Mignon Silenzio Stepless Doserless Espresso Coffee Grinder в 1, black ...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Colin on May 18, 2020 5:14 pm
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      Eureka states Matt Black. It takes about a week from NJ to California. Please note that we do not guarantee shipping times that may occur from weather related or other disruptions.

    8. Hello, I own this grinder and have developed a problem with the motor cutting out suddenly and intermittently after 2 years of service. I assumed that it was a faulty front activator switch (1005.0013) so I ordered and installed a replacement. Double checked all other connections and cleaned the interior. Same issue. Works in fits and starts. The main power switch is 100% viable and the red light always stays illuminated when switched on. Wondering what would be the next component to troubleshoot. Looking suspicously at the Eureka 1013.1020 Capacitor – 115V now. Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks
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      Q Hello, I own this grinder and have developed a problem with the motor cutting out suddenly and in...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Marc Benneian on February 11, 2020 10:38 pm
      Answered by the admin

      Check your voltage in the outlet. We had a grinder issue similar to yours, and it ended up being only 108 volts in the outlet. Otherwise, it can be the capacitor or worst case, the motor.

    10. Is there a significant difference in grind quality between the silenzio and the specilita? I really like the simplicity of the silenzio and the burrs of the specialita. Unless the grind quality isn't much different!
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      Q Is there a significant difference in grind quality between the silenzio and the specilita? I real...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Daniel on July 18, 2019 2:33 pm
      Answered by the admin

      The grind quality is close, but the Eureka Specialita espresso coffee grinder can grind a little better for espresso with the 55mm burr set versus the 50mm burrs on the Eureka Silenzio espresso coffee grinder.

    12. Hello, I cannot seem get the right grind with this Eureka Mignon. If I grind fine enough to get 9 bar of pressure, the grinds are lumpy, slow to come out and the timer won't run long enough to fill the porta filter. If I increase the grind size to enough to fill the porta filter within the timer limit, the espresso machine will only reach 4-5 bar at most (I always give a good solid tamp). I am grinding Lavazza Super Crema beans and brewing with a Lelit PL62 Mara. I have no issues using the same beans with my Lelit grinder- I can get good, fluffy grinds that achieve 9 bar of pressure.
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      Q Hello, I cannot seem get the right grind with this Eureka Mignon. If I grind fine enough to get 9...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Jason on August 27, 2018 5:41 pm
      Answered by the admin

      Hi Jason, this is unusual. On the Eureka Mignons, it is best to first use the grinder in manual mode until the right grind setting is achieved. Then once things are good, then set the timer and adjust it.

      Please keep in mind that a new batch of the same coffee can force you to adjust the grind particle size as well as the programmed timing. Meaning, starting over from scratch.

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