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Product Details
Overall Rating 7.4, Based on 90 Reviews
Avg Price $100.00
Manufacturer Baratza
Machine Type Conical burr, hopper, grinds bin, doser like grinding, on off swith
Colors Black
Class Grinder, Conical Burr Consumer
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The first grinder produced by Baratza, and originally sold under the Solis name. Features a conical burr and an on-off side switch. Discontinued.

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Jim Pellegrini (quality: 8.4) 11.16.2001 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: GREAT versatile machine, wide grinding range for those who make different coffee types, high quality, good value at attainable price
Bill Womack (quality: 8.3) 09.14.2007 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: If the price makes you flip, you must equip!
Robert Kugel (quality: 8.0) 07.13.2008 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: Excellent value, consistent and durable, but not without some issues.
Douglas Herring (quality: 8.0) 08.17.2007 Rating: 7.0
Bottom Line: For the same money, the Capresso Infinity is a better machine
T. Guilbert (quality: 7.9) 01.15.2002 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: A well-designed product that does exactly what it was designed to do; a big step up from the Braun KMM30.
Tarik Ghbeish (quality: 7.7) 03.18.2002 Rating: 9.2
Bottom Line: Best product in it's class and best value for the average user.
Daniel C (quality: 7.7) 03.02.2010 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: The definitive entry-level grinder for all your non-espresso needs
Derrell Piper (quality: 7.5) 09.15.2006 Rating: 2.6
Bottom Line: If you're considering this $150 grinder, spend extra to get something that lasts...
Jack Berry (quality: 7.4) 05.11.2002 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: My mind never wonders what it would be like to own a better grinder - this one is that good.
Robert Jason (quality: 7.3) 01.20.2003 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: The Solis Maestro performs admirably, and provides great value for the $$$$
Gourmet Guy (quality: 7.3) 01.29.2003 Rating: 9.8
Bottom Line: Best multi-purpose, spouse-friendly coffee grinder on the market!
Eric Larson (quality: 7.3) 01.18.2002 Rating: 7.8
Bottom Line: Well executed grinder for most applications, but buy a grinder that matches your machine.
Kim Krantz (quality: 7.3) 02.03.2004 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: Great machine, great grind, great price, kicked up my espresso a notch!
Steve Dearth (quality: 7.2) 07.04.2002 Rating: 9.2
Bottom Line: An excellent grinder worth every penny paid.
Mike Foster (quality: 7.2) 09.01.2002 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: Great grinder--read Mark's detailed review if you haven't already.
Jim R. (quality: 7.1) 07.22.2002 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: Great value for the money, you cannot go wrong with this grinder.  You can spend a bunch more and still not have as good a grinder as you have in the Maestro!
Dan Kehn (quality: 7.0) 06.09.2003 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: A capable grinder at a good price, but lacks consistency; perhaps best as a second decaf grinder
Will . (quality: 7.0) 04.28.2004 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: Can't expect much more for the price
Ben Frey (quality: 7.0) 10.19.2004 Rating: 6.0
Bottom Line: For espresso afficionados not ready to make the jump to a Rocky or Mazzer Mini, this a good machine -- but only if given proper care.
Pete Landera (quality: 7.0) 12.06.2002 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: The ideal entry model that satisfies all needs from Frensh press to advanced espresso machines.
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