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Double stainless steel blades allows you to decide the coarseness of grounds. 8 seconds for french press coffee, 10 seconds for Mocha or up to 20 seconds for finely powdered espresso. 150W powerful motor, 25000~28000 RPM/MIN.
MULTI SPICE GRINDER - Grind coffee beans, spices, nuts, seeds herbs, linseed, pumpkin seeds and more. Using the button puts you in control to the finished grind.
LARGE CAPACITY COFFEE BEAN GRINDER - Yields up to 12 cups of coffee.
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Product has an A rating on fakespot.
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Coffee grinder...yeah right
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Ugh, a blade grinder.
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Ugh, a blade grinder.
It's $10.
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It will grind coffee, sure, and you can take whole beans and brew coffee with that ground coffee, but all the cheap blade grinders I've ever encountered have produced inconsistent grinds that happen to ruin a brew.

If you care enough about coffee to get whole beans, you're likely to be disappointed by a cheap blade grinder.
If you're not disappointed by it, you would be just as happy with pre-ground coffee (or grinding at your local costco/whole foods/wherever you buy coffee).
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It will grind coffee, sure, and you can take whole beans and brew coffee with that ground coffee, but all the cheap blade grinders I've ever encountered have produced inconsistent grinds that happen to ruin a brew.

If you care enough about coffee to get whole beans, you're likely to be disappointed by a cheap blade grinder.
If you're not disappointed by it, you would be just as happy with pre-ground coffee (or grinding at your local costco/whole foods/wherever you buy coffee).
My Krups blade grinder is fantastic. I have a hand grinder as well but I have the timing down with the Krups for consistency. I don't own this grinder, but I would imagine with the good reviews it probably does a great job as well.
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Save it for herb, easy to burn coffee grindings by over doing it. drop a hunny-bee on a good once through, and forget about the price, it's coffee, you don't skimp.
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Looking for a cheap spice and chili grinder. In for 1

Thanks
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The reason for wanting to ground it is that cheap pre ground coffee will often put branches and stems in bc it's very hard to test for it.
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Coffee grinder...yeah right
Lol I'll stick with a manual grinder. I don't wanna be in a position of this dying.
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for those of us who use a french press, AND also have a means of making espresso .... blade grinders are a no no.

$10 is a great price though.
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