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Product Details
Overall Rating 4.8, Based on 17 Reviews
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Manufacturer Salton
Machine Type Flat Burr Grinder, Blade Grinder
Colors Black, White, Others
Class Grinder, Flat Burr, Consumer
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. . (quality: 6.0) 12.05.2005 Rating: 4.4
Product Reviewed: MEBG8B
Bottom Line: I weep for anyone even considering this grinder
Ami Ortom 06.28.2003 Rating: 3.2
Bottom Line: Definitely not for espresso.
Andy White (quality: 6.8) 03.05.2004 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: Melitta MEM1B
Bottom Line: For less than a blade grinder, it's a good "intro-to-real-grinding" machine, especially for the mainly drip-grind user.
Bob Cosentino (quality: 7.5) 07.05.2004 Rating: 3.6
Product Reviewed: Perfect Touch, MEBG8B
Bottom Line: An inexpensive way to learn about burr grinders.
Carlos Martinez (quality: 3.5) 05.03.2003 Rating: 5.0
Bottom Line: Not fine enough for expresso quality
Dave Shaffer (quality: 3.5) 06.07.2005 Rating: 5.0
Product Reviewed: MEM1B
Bottom Line: Check out the second-hand stores for goodies you can't live without!
J. D. (quality: 7.0) 12.17.2002 Rating: 4.2
Bottom Line: The MEBG8B is a nice intro to burr grinders...beware of the negatives...I've posted some tips on how to deal with them
JP Wilson 01.22.2004 Rating: 6.2
Product Reviewed: Melitta MEM1B
Bottom Line: good for the price - once it's tweaked.
Justin Bean (quality: 9.5) 04.15.2006 Rating: 2.6
Product Reviewed: Melitta Perfect Touch
Bottom Line: You really get what you pay for with this machine. So.. pay a bit more and get a better grinder.
Nicholas Belotti (quality: 3.5) 08.15.2001 Rating: 3.2
Bottom Line: Don‘t buy for French Press
Owen O'Neill (quality: 5.3) 11.07.2002 Rating: 2.6
Bottom Line: It sucks. Big time.
Paul Pikowsky (quality: 5.5) 07.21.2005 Rating: 4.6
Product Reviewed: MEBG8B
Bottom Line: Finally, a burr grinder that is worse than a blade unit!
San Francisco Radiology (quality: 4.0) 01.03.2003 Rating: 8.2
Product Reviewed: Mellita Burr Grinder
Bottom Line: lots of powder. you get what you pay for, and this grinder was 20bucks.
Sheridan Adams 04.06.2007 Rating: 3.2
Product Reviewed: MEBG8B
Bottom Line: If only it worked as good as I hoped it would. Like the size, color, etc.  Don't like the way it works.  It's a bean buster.
Steve Close (quality: 4.3) 02.17.2005 Rating: 5.0
Product Reviewed: MEGB8B
Bottom Line: "We all know what Melitta burrs bring: They bring boulders and dust."  Joan Baez
Terrence Gray (quality: 4.0) 02.03.2004 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: Melitta MEM1B
Bottom Line: Try it!! You'll like it!!!
Tracy Whigam (quality: 3.0) 07.24.2004 Rating: 5.8
Product Reviewed: Melitta MEBG8B
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