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Wanted a cheap coffee grinder, couldn't find one locally. Brewing my first pot with it now, some Columbian beans I got in anticipation of this grinder.
Nice cheap little grinder, does enough for a pot with one load. Stainless steel blade and area where the coffee goes.
If you want the freshness of whole bean coffee and are in the market for a grinder, this is good because it is small and inexpensive.
Compact, inexpensive, has a good safety feature.
Sometimes a lot of grounds end up below the blades.
Love it, it is fast, thorough, and not very loud. The best thing is that it mixes well while it grinds so you don't have a layer of big pieces left on top like many other grinders I have used. I don't have to keep stopping and shaking it.
This unit is small and to grid a 2lb bag requires labor and set up. This is a small unit and that is what you pay for.I kept it because it served its purpose, but not worth the price. I paid for the name brand.
I bought this because my bride and I upgraded to an espresso maker and needed to be able to finely grind our beans. My experience with this product is consistent with the great reviews and I have no problem getting a fine grind for our favorite coffee beverages.
My boyfriend has the same coffeemaker and I really liked it. The Mr. Coffee one I had worked fine but was noisier and seemed to take longer to grind the beans. Also, it is easier to remove all the grounds from the Cuisinart than from the Mr. Coffee grinders.
I actually purchased this to crush glass into powder. It works great and the blade is holding up well.
Broke on the second day. Motor burned out.
Worthless - motor started smoking during the first use.