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KitchenAid ProLine Grinder - Scott McLagan's Review
Posted: April 17, 2010, 5:02pm
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Arrow The KitchenAid ProLine Grinder has 74 Reviews
Arrow The KitchenAid ProLine Grinder has been rated 8.01 overall by our member reviewers
Arrow This product has been in our review database since November 8, 2003.
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These are some of the best-written reviews for this product, as judged by our members.
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Bill Miano 9.17
Robert Uy. 8.94
Gino Magnotta 8.67
Donny Raus 8.63
Randall Nortman 8.57

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 8.6
Manufacturer: KitchenAid Quality: 9
Average Price: $200.00 Usability: 9
Price Paid: $1,000,000.00 Cost vs. Value 6
Where Bought: No Idea - Gift Aesthetics 9
Owned for: 3 years Overall 10
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned:
Bottom Line: Excellent - considering the basket filter drip advantage.
Positive Product Points

Fairly consistent grind.

Negative Product Points

Fairly consistent grind.

Detailed Commentary

The real reason I wrote this review is to pass on a tip for drip users. But I will say that this unit has provided great service for three years with an Aero setup. No complaints. But I've since switched to a drip system with basket filters.

One of my pet peeves with this grinder is the tendency to dribble grinds when you removal the glass hopper. Yes, I know, the glass hopper reduces static-cling, and that's great, but when you remove the hopper a few grinds dribble out which eventually result in a cleanup job.

So here's the tip: If you use a drip maker with basket-type filters, open a filter and put it where the glass hopper normally sits, which lets the grinds drop directly into the filter. Run the grinder for the requisite number of seconds. Voila! Fresh grinds with no cleanup.

In this regard I give this grinder 10 out of 10. Most other grinders don't offer the ability to drop grinds right into the filter.

Buying Experience

This grinder was a gift to us, so I can't comment on the buying experience.

Three Month Followup

No change... still doing the direct-to-filter thing. No complaints.

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