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Cuisinart DBM-8FR Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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This features an 18-position grind selector from ultra fine to coarse, removable 8 oz bean hopper and 32 cup removable grind chamber. -Corwin

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Elegantly styled heavy-duty automatic coffee mill
18-position grind selector from ultra fine to coarse
Slide dial from 4 to 18 cups / Removable 8 oz bean hopper
32 cup removable grind chamberThe Cuisinart Supreme Automatic Burr Coffee Grinder provides uniform grinding and optimum flavor every time. The 18 position grind selector will grind coffee from ultra fine for Espresso Makers to extra coarse for French Presses. It is easy to use with 4 to 18 cup slide dial removable 8 ounce bean hopper and electric timer that will automatically shut off when grind cycle is complete. The removable grind chamber holds enough ground coffee for 32 cups.
18-position grind selector from ultra fine to coarse
Slide dial from 4 to 18 cups


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Fake burr. Don't buy this if you're looking to grind your coffee or espresso for pour over. You'll get by for cold brew and French press. Was super unhappy with this thing
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Grind is not remotely close to the consistency a conical burr grinder gives you. It's the huge difference when using a plate instead of a conical burr.
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I've had this model for years now, and I'll echo what's been said above:
a) The grind quality is poor for a burr grinder. It's at least equal to any blade grinder but I deal with a lot of staticky fines sticking to the inside of the machine and the output canister.
b) It's the loudest thing in my kitchen aside from the blender. You're not sneaking yourself an early morning cup if you have houseguests.
c) After many hours of use (I would say I got my $35 worth at this point), the timer has failed on mine. I have to hold the button down to make it continue to grind, and slide left to switch it off.
If you can swing $40 and don't mind hand-cranking, I might recommend the Hario Skerton Ceramic mill.
edit: also, I've been disappointed with rakuten lately.
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I use this grinder daily for aeropress, works well for that.
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Not a bad price compared to almost the same price for a blade grinder and it grinds much better than a blade grinder. I replaced this when I got a deal on a Baratza grinder when Starbucks online closed. Compared to the Baratza the bean hopper in the Cuisanart is a magnet for coffee fines. The Baratza has no such issue.
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My understanding is this is not a true burr grinder. I own one, it does OK but still do end up with a lot of powder. Also it is quite loud compared to other burr grinders I've owned.

That being said it's $25, and most burr grinders are at least a hundred bucks.
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My understanding is this is not a true burr grinder. I own one, it does OK but still do end up with a lot of powder. Also it is quite loud compared to other burr grinders I've owned.

That being said it's $25, and most burr grinders are at least a hundred bucks.
It's not a conical burr grinder, but it still achieves the goal of a burr, which is consistent grind sizing.
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I own a CBM-18N and I love it, been very happy with Cuisinart. Even though this is a flat burr rather than conical burr, I'm going to pick one up for my mom's birthday gift as it's a significant upgrade from her blade grinder.

Too bad Rakuten's site is utter garbage. Haven't shopped on here in years. Isn't compatible with Google Chrome (no shopping cart/checkout, what the heck?) I switch to Edge. Tells me my password is incorrect (it's not). I change the password. New password is incorrect when I log in. Rinse, repeat.
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4 bucks off no longer applies...lame
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I've had this model for years now, and I'll echo what's been said above:
a) The grind quality is poor for a burr grinder. It's at least equal to any blade grinder but I deal with a lot of staticky fines sticking to the inside of the machine and the output canister.
b) It's the loudest thing in my kitchen aside from the blender. You're not sneaking yourself an early morning cup if you have houseguests.
c) After many hours of use (I would say I got my $35 worth at this point), the timer has failed on mine. I have to hold the button down to make it continue to grind, and slide left to switch it off.
If you can swing $40 and don't mind hand-cranking, I might recommend the Hario Skerton Ceramic mill.
edit: also, I've been disappointed with rakuten lately.
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Fake burr. Don't buy this if you're looking to grind your coffee or espresso for pour over. You'll get by for cold brew and French press. Was super unhappy with this thing
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It's not a conical burr grinder, but it still achieves the goal of a burr, which is consistent grind sizing.
Grind is not remotely close to the consistency a conical burr grinder gives you. It's the huge difference when using a plate instead of a conical burr.
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Fake burr. Don't buy this if you're looking to grind your coffee or espresso for pour over. You'll get by for cold brew and French press. Was super unhappy with this thing
You need conical for expresso
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Seems like a good price for a refurb.. ended up buying one.. thanks
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Grind is not remotely close to the consistency a conical burr grinder gives you. It's the huge difference when using a plate instead of a conical burr.
I own a hand crank Hario conical burr, and while the conical burr is great for consistency, I doubt you can tell the difference in a blind taste test for most brewing methods (I use an aeropress). I certainly cannot. It's certainly not worth the $50 difference between this and a decent automatic conical burr grinder.
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4 bucks off no longer applies...lame
It still works for me.
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