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Product Details
Overall Rating 7.6, Based on 26 Reviews
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Manufacturer Cunill
Machine Type Commercial Grade Flat or Conical Burr Grinder with Doser
Colors Varies
Class Grinder, Professional, Espresso
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Cunill makes a range of professional and prosumer-oriented coffee and espresso grinders. This listing covers all of them.

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Zach Erin Janine (quality: 6.7) 05.16.2005 Rating: 3.6
Product Reviewed: Astra Semi Commercial
Bottom Line: Big, Black, Shiny, Piece of crap.
Bill Duncan (quality: 4.7) 05.14.2009 Rating: 4.4
Product Reviewed: Tranquillo
Bottom Line: The Tranquillo is over-rated and performs poorly on most of what you want a grinder for.
Andrew _ (quality: 7.8) 12.14.2004 Rating: 5.4
Product Reviewed: Astra Home semi-automatic
Bottom Line: Flawed, has problems, maybe next year. Get a Rocky or Mazzer Mini instead.
Mark (quality: 7.8) 03.26.2000 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: Cunill Brazil
Bottom Line: If you're looking for commercial quality grinder for less than $300, this may be it.
Aurelio Stella (quality: 8.3) 01.15.2004 Rating: 6.6
Product Reviewed: Trunquilo
Bottom Line: Value for the money!  Machine that provides very consistent grind results if you're willing to learn how to use it yourself and can live with its appearance and size.
Duncan McKillop (quality: 7.9) 09.17.2002 Rating: 6.8
Product Reviewed: El Cafe Tranquillo
Bottom Line: It grinds very, very consistently, directly to portafilter but is ugly and noisy
Don Mcmahan 07.25.2007 Rating: 7.2
Product Reviewed: CT2
Bottom Line: if you have the space and enjoy a bit of ebaying, think seriously about going straight for the only coffee grinder you will ever need
Eric Wooten (quality: 7.8) 09.08.2003 Rating: 7.4
Product Reviewed: Tranquillo
Bottom Line: Inexpensive, commercial grade grinder.
Danny McNulty (quality: 5.0) 09.15.2001 Rating: 7.6
Product Reviewed: Cunill model c
Bottom Line: Works fine in a commercial and home environment, but a bit plasticky, worth the money.
William Baguhn (quality: 8.0) 06.10.2010 Rating: 7.6
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Very good grinder, priced to compete with entry level home grinders
Tom Bodet (quality: 6.3) 09.06.2005 Rating: 7.8
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: A great unit for a decent price.
Ed Druitt (quality: 4.8) 01.13.2005 Rating: 7.8
Product Reviewed: Tranquillo (doserless)
Bottom Line: Great value for money. Just a small step  down from the Mini Mazzer at half the price.
Tim McKee (quality: 6.0) 10.03.2008 Rating: 7.8
Product Reviewed: Columbia
Bottom Line: Big and Ugly for home use but does it's job very well.
Richard Makelky (quality: 6.6) 02.29.2004 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: Tranquillo
Bottom Line: The tank of home grinders, at an suv price.
Kirk (quality: 5.8) 01.15.2001 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: Cunill Brazil
Bottom Line: If you want a solid commercial grinder for home use, easy to use, and a extremely consistent grind, this grinder would make a good choice.
Stephen Jones (quality: 6.5) 01.14.2005 Rating: 8.2
Product Reviewed: Brasil
Bottom Line: Excellent grinder for anyone but an interior decorator.
Stephen Smith (quality: 6.7) 12.19.2004 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: Tauro
Bottom Line: Looks like a solid alternative to the better known names; if you run across one, give it a good look.
Jack Rogers (quality: 7.1) 03.23.2004 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Mazzer grind quality on a Maestro Plus budget?!
Jeff Reed 12.15.2009 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Colombia
Bottom Line: Highly adjustable, consistent, top quality grinder that's worth the money if you use it mainly as a grinder for espresso
W. Warner (quality: 7.9) 02.24.2003 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Cafe Tranquilo
Bottom Line: The Humvie of grinders. A very solid, quality burr grinder with totally pragmatic simple all metal construction.
Todd Krieger (quality: 6.2) 04.27.2001 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Cunill El Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Requires safety precaution.  Otherwise this is the best grinder for the money, especially for drip coffee.
Dan Roth (quality: 2.5) 01.30.2009 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Awesome machine for the price, Goes very well with my Silvia.
Daniel Hanna (quality: 8.9) 01.08.2003 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: El Cafe Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Commercial quality, with a unique doserless design that works.
Alex Goldstein (quality: 6.4) 09.22.2004 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Excellent quality and consistency of grinding.  My highest recommendations.
Dave Mclennan (quality: 4.0) 04.27.2010 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: tranquilo
Roy Davis (quality: 5.4) 05.23.2003 Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: Tranquilo
Bottom Line: Not a toy. A commercial grade grinder.
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