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Bunn Burr - Michael C's Review
Posted: December 6, 2004, 3:01pm
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Arrow The Bunn Burr has 11 Reviews
Arrow The Bunn Burr has been rated 7.60 overall by our member reviewers
Arrow This product has been in our review database since November 30, 2001.
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Larry Rodman 8.33
Michael Blanton 7.33
Homer Simpson 6.33
SAM MALONE 6.00
Dan Taylor 6.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.4
Manufacturer: Bunn Quality: 10
Average Price: $150.00 Usability: 10
Price Paid: $130.00 Cost vs. Value 9
Where Bought: Amazon Aesthetics 9
Owned for: 1 year Overall 9
Writer's Expertise: I live coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: I am a very carefull shopper, do my research and I  am very well pleased with Bunn products.
Positive Product Points

This grinder is well made in USA, strong motor, very even grind, and stays in place while grinding.  Best of all is a 3 year warrantee and Bunnís toll free customer service is as good as it gets; nice folks!

Negative Product Points

If you only add enough beans for a pot full at a time the last few beans donít go down the chute well; slow. The chute should be a little steeper. I wish it had a on & off switch besides the timer. Overall in its price range considering the great warrantee itís the best for drip grind!

Detailed Commentary

There is a lot to like about this grinder. Its strong low RPM motor never bogs down and there is almost no static electricity to deal with like my last grinder. Itís a very clean machine to use, does not make a mess on your counter top. I have owned this machine for about a year now and I expect it may be the last grinder I will have to buy. I grind for drip only and thatís what this machine is made for. The removable solid steel grinding burr is extremely well made, very heavy and very sharp. Should it become necessary to replace the burrs they are very easy to remove and replace and again Bunnís customer service is top notched. The sound level is quiet tolerable. The grind adjustment is inside the hopper, while that might be a hassle for some who change the grind a lot or keep the hopper full, its no problem for me as I only add enough beans for a pot full at a time and once I established the right setting I have left it there. I clean the machine about once every six weeks. I would recommend that you buy a can compressed air at Wal-Mart or a computer store. A blast of air down the chute makes cleaning a snap.

Buying Experience

Bought it from Amazon.com. I buy lots of stuff from them and am happy with their prices & service.

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