De'Longhi Burr Coffee Grinder
- 4.2oz capacity with burr grinding wheel that gives you consistent results
- Electronic grind selector
- Quality control knob allows you to grind 4-12 cups of coffee with auto shut off
- Stainless steel exterior
- Delonghi Coffee Grinder
- Instruction Manual
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Of the 32 reviewers who responded, 26 would recommend this product.
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- Fine product- March 9, 2019
I bought it to replace a poor quality KRUPS product three months ago. So far, it works very well. The cover and lower containers fit snuggly and don't come lose. The grind is fine and regular. It's relatively small so don't eat all the limited space I have. I started by the finest grind and discovered it was way too small for my needs. I gradually ajusted it until I had what I wanted. If you like coarse grind, it may not be the model you want. All the controls have a "solid" feeling. I don't fear it will break anytime soon. Not too noisy. In the manual, there's a section about how to get the best taste by varying the grind and amount of coffee used. Great product.
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- Good grinder, limited settings- January 28, 2020
This is a good grinder at a good price when on sale. The main issue we had with it is the "fine" grind is more like a regular grind so it ended up not being useful for espresso which was our primary reason for purchasing the grinder in the first place.
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- Works Very for Espresso- October 2, 2020
I have been using this grinder everyday for a few weeks now and it works very well for making espresso. I have not been using it long enough to comment on the durability but it is well built. I found the grind size is more than fine enough for making espresso. In fact, with Costco (Starbucks) Espresso Dark Roast beans, the finest setting on the grinder gives the consistency of something very close to all purpose flour and that is too fine for espresso. I end up dialing the grind size back a bit to get it just right for 20s pulling a double espresso.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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