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Overall Rating 5.6, Based on 9 Reviews
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Machine Type Blade grinders, burr grinders, low end consumer grinders
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All grinders sold and branded by Black and Decker - the CBM 205 model is pictured.

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Duncan Wagner (quality: 3.5) 07.18.2012 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: cbm210c burr grinder
Bottom Line: B&D CBM210C - A great little, unpretentious burr grinder for those who don't care about winning points with coffee snobs.
Kevin Baxter (quality: 3.3) 06.19.2007 Rating: 7.4
Product Reviewed: Black and Decker
Bottom Line: Good Beginner Blade Grinder that is safe to use.
Sheridan Adams (quality: 5.7) 11.02.2007 Rating: 6.8
Product Reviewed: burr grinder
Bottom Line: loan it to a friend that doesn't do espresso.
Jim C 05.19.2010 Rating: 6.6
Product Reviewed: CBM-210
Bottom Line: Nice, capable little grinder for everything except espresso.
Sam Graves (quality: 4.7) 05.18.2009 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: B&D Burr Grinder
Bottom Line: It you want a consistent grind, this will do it better for the same price as a blade grinder. Price is best quality. $24.  3 Month Review:  CHEAP QUALITY - DO NOT BUY
Stuart Smoot 02.15.2012 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: CBM 210 Burr Coffee Mill
Bottom Line: There's no such thing as a free lunch. Or a $25 grinder well-suited to making espresso.
Jim Taylor 07.12.2011 Rating: 4.0
Product Reviewed: Burr Coffee Grinder
Bottom Line: Makes tasty coffee in a  french press
John Boteler (quality: 5.5) 03.23.2009 Rating: 3.8
Product Reviewed: CBM205
Bottom Line: Skip "entry level", read reviews, ask around, go for the best and hold no regrets. B&D missed the mark with this one.
Joel Schulz (quality: 8.0) 03.23.2012 Rating: 1.0
Product Reviewed: CBM 210C
Bottom Line: I cannot remember ever buying a grinder that was as much a piece of junk as the Black and Decker CBM 210C.
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