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Product Details
Overall Rating 6.1, Based on 34 Reviews
Avg Price $130.00
Manufacturer KitchenAid
Machine Type Burr grinder, glass hopper
Colors Varies
Class Grinder, Flat Burr, Consumer
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KitchenAid's redesign of a 1930s style coffee grinder, suitable for espresso to press pot.

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Ron Eric Edrosa (quality: 6.0) 04.08.2004 Rating: 7.2
Bottom Line: Get your toothpick out to remove leftover grinds...but otherwise a nice sturdy machine.
Erik Francey (quality: 5.6) 07.06.2004 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: Good machine, must be modded to do espresso, no replacement parts???
Kirstin V (quality: 6.6) 11.17.2004 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: Looks really cool on the counter & built like a tank but grinds rather unevenly...  good for drip but not so hot for French Press...
Bob Todrick (quality: 4.3) 04.21.2006 Rating: 7.8
Bottom Line: A reasonable machine with good quality (KitcheAid usually doesn't make crap) and a fair price.
C W (quality: 6.9) 12.25.2003 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: Great at grinding for drip brew, but get used to cleaning the chute with toothpicks.
Lance Goffinet (quality: 8.1) 11.11.2003 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: A fantastic grinder for drip, vacuum pot, and french press; does not grind fine enough for espresso.
Rick Strong 10.05.2005 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: Solid, reliable, looks cool, stores a pound of coffee, grind is right for drip after performing the mod. At five+ years still works well.
Jon Rosenthal (quality: 4.2) 09.10.2004 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: Maybe the best grinder anywhere (for Drip and French Press) for the money.
Wooly Grrl (quality: 3.9) 01.26.2005 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: Great machine for someone coming from a whirlyblade, make the mod, make the mod!
Aaron Coulter 12.24.2005 Rating: 8.6
Bottom Line: Great ginder!! Solid counstruction and great looks make this the grinder for the long haul!
Attila Horvath (quality: 4.3) 02.13.2006 Rating: 8.6
Bottom Line: For the price and intended purpose, KitchenAid's KCG200 Retro Burr grinder is definitely adequate, suitable and easy to use.
Wayne Peterson (quality: 4.5) 12.08.2004 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: Bulletproof, well-built, simple and fun machine (if you'll make Eric's modification for espresso).
RA Schuppe (quality: 5.8) 01.09.2004 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: Good solid, powerful, grinder that works for me (vac-pot & Moka Brew).
R Long (quality: 5.5) 11.24.2003 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: Grinder is easy to use.  I don't mind the excess ground coffee on the counter given that the coffee taste is wonderful.  What does rpm really have to do with it if there is no static and the taste is great?
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