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Krups Blade - All - David Lindner's Review
Posted: September 16, 2014, 6:18am
review rating: 8.0
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Krups Blade Grinders - All
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Arrow The Krups Blade - All has 12 Reviews
Arrow The Krups Blade - All has been rated 7.13 overall by our member reviewers
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Elijah Neal 8.50
David Lindner 8.00
Will Hullinger 5.71
Sespe33 Sespe33 5.66
Mark Bright 5.50

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: blade grinder
Manufacturer: Krups Quality: 9
Average Price: Varies Usability: 9
Price Paid: $20.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: Bed Bath and Beyond Aesthetics 8
Owned for: 4+ years Overall 9
Writer's Expertise: I like coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: Great for drip pots if you want freshly ground beans.
Positive Product Points

Very easy to use.  Works just fine for a drip pot.  They last for years and are very inexpensive.

Negative Product Points

Coffee powder sticks to the sides.  You need to pulse to get an even grind.  It has a small capacity to grind (about 1/2 cup of beans)

Detailed Commentary

I have been using this grinder for about 5 years.  I have a second one that I use for spices.  I bought it to replace a burr grinder which was a total waste of money.  I make 40 ounce of drip coffee in a Mocca Master pot.  I place 1/2 cup of beans in the grinder and process for 12 seconds.  I turn the grinder upside down and tap it with my hand and then process again for again for 12 seconds.   I dump the ground coffee into my filter and remove most of the powder stuck on the sides with a wood chop stick. I repeat with a second 1/2 cup of beans.  The whole process takes a little more than a minute.

I can't justify the cost of many of the burr grinders for a drip machine.  I do find I can grind very finely if I do not exceed the 1/2 cup limit of beans.  I have used it for both a press pot and am Italian style mocca pot without any problems.

Buying Experience

Hand the cashier your money, use your 20% off coupon and pay about $16.  A no brainer.

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