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Overall Rating 5.7, Based on 36 Reviews
Avg Price $60.00
Manufacturer Unknown (third party rebranding)
Machine Type Pressed burr grinder
Colors Black / Metal
Class Grinder, Flat Burr, Consumer
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Ben Krasnow 12.06.2009 Rating: 6.4
Bottom Line: This grinder is well-built, but it just doesn't produce a consistent enough grind for any brew method.
Carl Scott (quality: 3.0) 12.20.2009 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: Apparently not able to compete with the expensive ones, but I've found it quite adequate for the roughly 10 years I've owned it.
Mike Proms (quality: 7.5) 01.03.2010 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: Great grinding for home coffee making... as long as you treat it with respect.
Anthony C (quality: 5.0) 01.06.2010 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: If you can find it on sale, go for it, otherwise, if you need a serious grinder, go for the nemox, Le'lit, Ascaso, or Gaggia.
Jeff Dubrule (quality: 10.0) 03.13.2010 Rating: 3.2
Bottom Line: Can't make espresso grinds due to its fake burrs.  Don't buy it, even "just for now", you'll never learn anything.
Jeffrey Ferdi 04.18.2010 Rating: 4.2
Bottom Line: Will yield very coarse, inconsistent grounds. And is very noisy in doing so. The "espresso"(finest) setting, is still no good unless you want to filter brew or use a french press.
Matt Johnson (quality: 10.0) 12.16.2010 Rating: 6.0
Bottom Line: Easy to use basic burr grinder, not for espresso, but a decent value and step up from the whirly bird blade grinders.
Fabrizio Scalfo (quality: 8.0) 06.27.2011 Rating: 5.0
Bottom Line: DO NOT Buy, if you use a pump driven espresso machine
Steve P 01.30.2012 Rating: 2.6
Bottom Line: Waste of money, look elsewhere.  This grinder would not be worth buying if it were $5.00.
Mike P 03.22.2012 Rating: 6.0
Bottom Line: For someone doing drip coffee with a paper filter it's fine, and the timer means you don't need to measure scoops.
Eric Windisch (quality: 6.0) 03.30.2012 Rating: 6.2
Bottom Line: Best under-$50 option for brewing french-press or (manual) drip. Not for espresso.
Gabriel Takacs 02.24.2013 Rating: 5.8
Bottom Line: Reasonably well-made, good looking grinder that is completely unsuitable for espresso.
Tyler Aftab (quality: 6.0) 07.18.2013 Rating: 6.2
Bottom Line: Not worth it
Charles Fiend 08.06.2013 Rating: 4.4
Bottom Line: Blade grinder at higher price.
Jay Bayfield 03.09.2014 Rating: 6.6
Bottom Line: Dependable, nice looking grinder that gives inconsistent grind size.
Leonidas Georgio 09.20.2014 Rating: 2.0
Bottom Line: Avoid at all costs, people selling this for espresso should be behind bars.
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