Don't buy it. If you have one, toss it and get a decent grinder.
Positive Product Points
It looks OK sitting on the counter when it's not in use.
Negative Product Points
Too many to mention. Cheap plastic unit. Hard to clean. Very messy, cheap recepticle with loose fitting plastic cover. Clogs easily. Inconsistent, uneven grind and one that is not fine enough for espresso.
I used this piece of junk for over a year because I didn't know any better. Even though it still worked, I couldn't bring myself to give it to a charity because I didn't want to burden anyone else with the Capresso and ended up throwing it in the trash.
If it were not for the Capresso's habit of spewing coffee grounds all over, it might have been passable as a grinder for a drip coffee maker, but it is not suitable for either the coarser or finer ends (French Press or Espresso). This one piece of equipment was responsible for my wife's stern glares about my "coffee habit" making a mess in the kitchen. That has since been solved with the acquisition of a Solis Maestro.
Can't remember. I am sure that whoever I bought it from did not disclose the Capresso's many inadequacies.