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Features 12 adjustable grind settings, stainless steel conical burr, a 7.75-ounce borosilicate glass catcher, friction clutch and a built in timer. -SaltyOne

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The BISTRO Burr Grinder crushes beans between stainless steel conical burrs rather than slicing them which preserves bean's intrinsic flavour and aroma and provides a consistent grind; no sharpening required.
• Push button, pre-set timer allows users to grind the exact amount of coffee needed, keeping beans fresh and preventing waste
• Adjustable grind allows users to go from Espresso to French Press with ease
• Colourful, compact, space-saving design pairs perfectly with e-BODUM's BISTRO collection of kettles and coffeemakers
• Equipped with a friction clutch, preventing damage to the grinding gear by the presence of small stones
• Borosilicate glass catcher reduces static cling of coffee grinds

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I have this grinder, works pretty well although no matter what you do, there is some coffee dust that escapes when you remove the grounds container. I think that's from the static charge the grinds get, makes some of them fly out.

Also note that the glass container can be purchased pretty cheaply, but not the soft plastic guide lid, so do not ever throw out the plastic guide lid if you break the glass container, thinking you can get a replacement.
I have one of these from their introduction circa 2010, functionally it's held up great and does a good job when it comes to medium-fine and coarser - just don't expect it to do a good grind for espresso or anything else that requires an even, super-fine grind.

Another consideration is that the one I have came with a rubberized coating, which felt nice and luxurious when new but started breaking down into a sticky mess after 5 or 6 years. It was bad enough that I almost threw the grinder away, but my cheapness got the best of me and I was able to remove all of the coating with high purity rubbing alcohol. Not sure if they still come with this coating or if it's still susceptible to becoming a gummy disaster.
You partially line the grinds container with aluminum foil. Does not need to be perfect, sort of down on one side, over on the bottom, up the other side. Does not have to be full width, or reach all the way to the rim on the sides.
No need to glue or fix the foil to the sides, just rough form it to conform. Does not matter if stands a little bit away from the walls.

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Use coupon code OBERST15 for 15% off, making the subtotal $63.74.
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I have this grinder, works pretty well although no matter what you do, there is some coffee dust that escapes when you remove the grounds container. I think that's from the static charge the grinds get, makes some of them fly out.

Also note that the glass container can be purchased pretty cheaply, but not the soft plastic guide lid, so do not ever throw out the plastic guide lid if you break the glass container, thinking you can get a replacement.
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Use coupon code OBERST15 for 15% off, making the subtotal $63.74.
Thanks, edited the header post!

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I have this grinder, works pretty well although no matter what you do, there is some coffee dust that escapes when you remove the grounds container. I think that's from the static charge the grinds get, makes some of them fly out.
You partially line the grinds container with aluminum foil. Does not need to be perfect, sort of down on one side, over on the bottom, up the other side. Does not have to be full width, or reach all the way to the rim on the sides.
No need to glue or fix the foil to the sides, just rough form it to conform. Does not matter if stands a little bit away from the walls.
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Slightly below the price range of this Bodum (which is cheaper on EBay) that doesn't have many customer reviews, there are numerous other choices, eg.
A good professional review for this Bodum burr grinder:
https://www.thespruceeats.com/bod...ew-4686951
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Slightly below the price range of this Bodum (which is cheaper on EBay) that doesn't have many customer reviews, there are numerous other choices, eg.
A good professional review for this Bodum burr grinder:
https://www.thespruceeats.com/bod...ew-4686951
This appears to be the "premium" version. Not sure those others are at the same level as this one. Reviews generally states it lasts a long time, much more than the standard. No frills, not for espresso, but great for French press.
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I have this grinder, works pretty well although no matter what you do, there is some coffee dust that escapes when you remove the grounds container. I think that's from the static charge the grinds get, makes some of them fly out.

Also note that the glass container can be purchased pretty cheaply, but not the soft plastic guide lid, so do not ever throw out the plastic guide lid if you break the glass container, thinking you can get a replacement.
I have a different model but I found all you have to do is tap the side and kinda shake it around before taking out the cup and that helps.
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I have one of these from their introduction circa 2010, functionally it's held up great and does a good job when it comes to medium-fine and coarser - just don't expect it to do a good grind for espresso or anything else that requires an even, super-fine grind.

Another consideration is that the one I have came with a rubberized coating, which felt nice and luxurious when new but started breaking down into a sticky mess after 5 or 6 years. It was bad enough that I almost threw the grinder away, but my cheapness got the best of me and I was able to remove all of the coating with high purity rubbing alcohol. Not sure if they still come with this coating or if it's still susceptible to becoming a gummy disaster.
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This is a great grinder. I payed $100 for it at Target a few years back. Buy it, if your considering.
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You partially line the grinds container with aluminum foil. Does not need to be perfect, sort of down on one side, over on the bottom, up the other side. Does not have to be full width, or reach all the way to the rim on the sides.
No need to glue or fix the foil to the sides, just rough form it to conform. Does not matter if stands a little bit away from the walls.
On the outside of the container, correct?
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Amazon reviews indicate plastic parts breaking - any experience with this?
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