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Promoted 01-04-2016 by RevOne at 11:57 AM View Original Post
MrCoffee.com has Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Coffee Grinder (Red Stainless Steel) on sale for $27.99 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks scudlaunch

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Our research indicates that the Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Coffee Grinder is $12 lower (30% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $40 ~RevOne

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Edited January 4, 2016 at 11:28 AM by mlacey3
Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Grinder, Red Stainless Steel $27.99

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100% agree. Tried this as a cheap alternative with horrifically bad results. Grind was so uneven with most of the beans resulting in mostly dust particles unsuited for french press use.


If you're not using for french press, may work for you, but count this as one vote to avoid
This is a great grinder. We've been using it to grind french press and regular brew coffee. Super simple to change between them, and makes buying and using whole bean coffee a cinch. Haven't had a single problem with the unit.

I will say that it does produce a lot of fine dust in the upper front lip of the grinder, from where it shoots the ground-up bits. That can be a bit sticky due to the oil in the beans I guess, so we usually have to brush that out every few days or so. Otherwise if we french press and the finer stuff gets in, it can result in a few grounds in my coffee. Not a big deal though.
there's on of these at the office...pretty inconsistent in the grind. as frikazoyd says, lots of fine dust - this happens regardless of the coarseness set. not conical, not stainless steel...not good.

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almost half price of what I paid for it at target a month ago. Grinder works well, I use it every day to make espresso.
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very good deal.
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link or store? thanks!
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Great deal, thanks! Just picked one up
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Picked one up!
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thanks!!
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This is a great grinder. We've been using it to grind french press and regular brew coffee. Super simple to change between them, and makes buying and using whole bean coffee a cinch. Haven't had a single problem with the unit.

I will say that it does produce a lot of fine dust in the upper front lip of the grinder, from where it shoots the ground-up bits. That can be a bit sticky due to the oil in the beans I guess, so we usually have to brush that out every few days or so. Otherwise if we french press and the finer stuff gets in, it can result in a few grounds in my coffee. Not a big deal though.
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I have also used this for years. DO NOT rinse in water as I lost my first one doing that. I used to run water through the hopper to clean it out. After a while it stopped working. So I am on my second grinder. Just use the brush to clean it. The hopper broke after a year and I purchased 2 replacements for $7 shipped over the holiday season. They are $4.99 now. I should buy another at this price but prefer the stainless color.
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Got one. Thanks OP!
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would amazon price match this?
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there's on of these at the office...pretty inconsistent in the grind. as frikazoyd says, lots of fine dust - this happens regardless of the coarseness set. not conical, not stainless steel...not good.
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Quote from slickshoes11 View Post :
there's on of these at the office...pretty inconsistent in the grind. as frikazoyd says, lots of fine dust - this happens regardless of the coarseness set. not conical, not stainless steel...not good.

100% agree. Tried this as a cheap alternative with horrifically bad results. Grind was so uneven with most of the beans resulting in mostly dust particles unsuited for french press use.


If you're not using for french press, may work for you, but count this as one vote to avoid
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ive found that a magic bullet works just as well as these types of grinders and has a lot more uses
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