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Product Details
Overall Rating 6.6, Based on 37 Reviews
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Manufacturer Saeco
Machine Type conical burr grinder, hopper, bin,
Colors black, white
Class Grinder, Conical Burr Consumer
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The Bodum Antigua grinder is a good "starter" grinder using conical burrs. It can grind from a medium espresso grind up to a coarse drip pot grind, and a passable press pot grind. There are two models - normal, and metal.

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Michael Stano (quality: 6.0) 01.16.2004 Rating: 6.8
Product Reviewed: Antiqua
Bottom Line: Like the stainless steel, but one unit broke, and replacement unit clogs.
Darren (quality: 4.8) 09.24.2001 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: Large capacity for home use.  Static scatters coffee everywhere.
Chris (quality: 6.0) 06.25.2001 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: If you are willing to modify it, it will work just fine for filter drip, vac, and press.  Useless for espresso.
Robert Noles (quality: 5.0) 08.14.2001 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: Good introductory burr grinder
Roger Grantham (quality: 4.5) 09.03.2001 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: Great step up from rotary-blade grinder.
Robert Rosenberg (quality: 6.8) 01.19.2005 Rating: 6.6
Product Reviewed: Antigua
Bottom Line: Very good consistency for the price
Will Taylor 12.04.2001 Rating: 6.4
Bottom Line: Hard to beat for $60, but only for coarse grinds.
Per O. Johansen (quality: 4.0) 01.29.2000 Rating: 6.4
Bottom Line: Looks nice, but too static and noisy...
Joel Schulz (quality: 9.5) 12.24.2009 Rating: 5.8
Product Reviewed: Antigua
Bottom Line: BODUM TAKES TOO LONG TO RESPOND BUT THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS SUPERB AND COMPASSIONATE. Thin bitter espressos are the norm for this non performer. Box states otherwise.
Bob Lutz (quality: 3.3) 09.07.2001 Rating: 5.6
Bottom Line: ok if you have a pressurized portafilter and can use a coarser grind. Spend more and get something better.
Phillip Quattrocchi (quality: 6.8) 02.08.2002 Rating: 5.2
Bottom Line: Its a good starter or upgrade for your first burr grinder.
Alan Smith (quality: 7.2) 08.15.2002 Rating: 5.2
Bottom Line: False economy, expect to replace it in a year.
Jeff Greenberg (quality: 9.0) 08.14.2009 Rating: 3.2
Product Reviewed: Antigua
Bottom Line: Poorly made, no manufacturer support.
Bill Phillips (quality: 2.0) 10.04.2000 Rating: 2.8
Bottom Line: Doesn't hold up to moderate use.
Tim Stob (quality: 1.4) 10.17.2000 Rating: 2.0
Bottom Line: Crap
Andy Black (quality: 6.0) 03.05.2005 Rating: 1.2
Product Reviewed: Bodum Antigua
Bottom Line: Don't buy this it doesn't work.
Stephen Moody (quality: 7.0) 10.10.2004 Rating: 0.6
Product Reviewed: Bodum Antigua
Bottom Line: Don't.
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