6.6, Based on 22 Reviews
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Bob Abbott (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: Performance deteriorates too quickly and very messy
Brendan Getchel (quality: 7.7)
Bottom Line: If you're into static and cleaning coffee from places you never knew existed, the MC2002 is for you!
Brian (quality: 5.0)
Bottom Line: Buy it if you can‘t spend more for something better
Chris Rokusek (quality: 5.0)
Bottom Line: Not uniform at some settings
Deb (quality: 3.5)
Bottom Line: Too messy to put up with.
Doug Wiebe (quality: 8.2)
Bottom Line: A decent grinder that packs a big mess. For a few dollars more, get a Maestro!
Jim Robins (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: Best grinder for the (discounted) price, but design flaw makes it messy to use
John K. (quality: 6.8)
Bottom Line: Not to be used to produce an espresso grind! Very inconsistent results.
Jon (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: You may have the patience for it but be warned its MESSY...
Joseph Davis (quality: 2.7)
Bottom Line: Well worth it.
Ken Christiansen (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: OK grinder for drip, vacpot, presspot, but forget it for espresso or finer grinds.
Bottom Line: Top notch performer from French Press to the finest pump/lever espresso grinds.
Leigh Booker (quality: 7.4)
Bottom Line: Very Flavorful results, performs well through the entire grind range with lighter roasts. Will choke at finest setting on oily beans.
Marc Berrenson (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: Well worth the money. Basically an espresso beginner‘s grinder.
Michael Weisman (quality: 5.0)
Bottom Line: Great for moka pots, messy counters, and people who like to have to tinker with stuff to make it functional. bad for espresso.
Paul Cleary (quality: 2.5)
Bottom Line: A beginners grinder - buy the Rocky instead and save yourself pain
Paul Quinn (quality: 7.5)
Bottom Line: Great first burr grinder once you foil the static villian.
Bottom Line: Simple, basic but reliable machine with good performance.
Phil Tellier (quality: 4.3)
Bottom Line: Temporary machine you will soon want to replace. Inconsistant grind. Repetitive blocage. Get another brand.
Robert Hemmerly (quality: 4.0)
Bottom Line: Great for the money so far
Tony Reynolds (quality: 8.5)
Bottom Line: Face it, this is an old grinder. There are far better ones available now-a-days, but if you like to tinker and can find one at a garage sale or thrift store, hey, why not try to get it to work? It IS possible. Diamonds come from coal...
Will (quality: 4.2)
Bottom Line: It works. No complaints.
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