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Capresso 560.04 Infinity Conical Burr Grinder, Stainless Finish $61.49

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Good price for amazon on the Capresso 560.04 Infinity Conical Burr Grinder, Stainless Finish.
Thought I would share if anyone was interested. Free shipping with prime, not sure if it is free otherwise. The lowest price I've seen on Amazon for this was $61.00 in 2015.

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Decent entry level burr grinder. If one can afford an Encore it will be better but its also double this sale price. This for sure beats the pants off a blade grinder or false burr grinder.
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Decent entry level burr grinder. If one can afford an Encore it will be better but its also double this sale price. This for sure beats the pants off a blade grinder or false burr grinder.
I think it's the best burr grinder under $100 and this price is really rare

Snap buy if you're in the market before it's gone. Exceptional price

It has it's limitations, so research the grind size you need before buying.

my advice is to read the first review, really good info. may not be suitable for espresso
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That's the 'rub' geocacher. I want it to be able to grind to the level of espresso as well as my regular cup in the morning.

I am against the 'cup' machines in general, but does the Nespresso ever go on sale? Or are there generic coffee cups that work in it? Of all those types of machines, it seems to deliver the better level of espresso.
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Dead, back to $91.99
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bummer, was interested in getting one
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Dead, back to $91.99
shows 61.49 for me
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Nothing worse than someone agonizing over the size of their coffee grounds 💩
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darn missed it
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Shows $92 for me as well
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Costco has the real stainless steel model 565.04 for $90
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Jumped on it while it was still live. Been looking for a real burr grinder for a long while. Hopefully this will be an improvement from my Blade grinder for the aeropress.
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So glad I got this before it died. The price is insane.
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Aaargh! missed this deal... good for y'all who got in during the hour.
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That's the 'rub' geocacher. I want it to be able to grind to the level of espresso as well as my regular cup in the morning.

I am against the 'cup' machines in general, but does the Nespresso ever go on sale? Or are there generic coffee cups that work in it? Of all those types of machines, it seems to deliver the better level of espresso.
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I know this is old, but you can buy steel cups for the Nespresso. You have to pack your own cups, and it takes a bit of time to learn how to get it just right. You generally also need to buy lids, which are either way overpriced for high quality (foil lid more expensive than the beans) or not quite as good lids but way cheaper. You can also cut your own lids using a craft punch and some dollar store aluminum foil. Cheap, but probably the worst quality espresso of the three options. I'm currently using the more expensive metal cups (also have a handful of cheapie knockoffs) with the inexpensive sticking lids. Using preground Lavazza off of Amazon I actually like it better than what comes out of my Italian friend's moderately nice espresso machine.
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