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Bodum.com has Bodum Bistro Electric Premium Burr Coffee Grinder [bodum.com] (white) on sale for $99.99 with 30% off = $69.99. Apply 15% off coupon SLICK15 at the checkout. Final price = $59.49. Shipping is free.
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Last Edited by aka_BigRed October 16, 2020 at 10:29 AM
You can buy it in black for an additional $4.57. Use the same SLICK15 code, just buy the black version [bodum.com](which is 25% off instead of 30% off)
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Good for Aeropress, pour over, and drip. Decent for French Press (though you will get a fair bit of fines in your grind, meaning coffee sludge in your cup).

This will go without saying to anyone who knows anything about espresso brewing, but this can't grind finely enough or consistently enough for espresso. If you have an espresso machine, you need a $300+ grinder designed specifically for espresso.

Buy it for Aeropress, drip, pour over, or French Press. It's worlds better than any blade grinder, and brewing freshly ground coffee is so much better than preground.
Not much lasts 40 years these days. I myself recently turned 40, and it's definitely debatable if I'm still usable or not
I bought this a few months ago and am very happy with the purchase. Fantastic burr grinder so far but time will tell how it holds up. I use mine for french press, coarse setting.

Originally when I researched this grinder, users complained about some rubber material wearing away and becoming a mess. Sounds like they're updated the design but still sell under the same product name. As far as bean discharge after grinding, I don't notice much. However, I don't fill the hopper with extra beans.

To get rid of static, mix a small drop of water in the beans before grinding.

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I bought this a few months ago and am very happy with the purchase. Fantastic burr grinder so far but time will tell how it holds up. I use mine for french press, coarse setting.

Originally when I researched this grinder, users complained about some rubber material wearing away and becoming a mess. Sounds like they're updated the design but still sell under the same product name. As far as bean discharge after grinding, I don't notice much. However, I don't fill the hopper with extra beans.

To get rid of static, mix a small drop of water in the beans before grinding.
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Good deal, need one, sadly white isn't for me.
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Its a good deal.
I had one for something like 6-8 years. it died last week. I found the grind consistency good. I did find it messier than others, and appreciably louder.

I just replaced it with the Capresso Infinity Plus grinder.
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Good for Aeropress, pour over, and drip. Decent for French Press (though you will get a fair bit of fines in your grind, meaning coffee sludge in your cup).

This will go without saying to anyone who knows anything about espresso brewing, but this can't grind finely enough or consistently enough for espresso. If you have an espresso machine, you need a $300+ grinder designed specifically for espresso.

Buy it for Aeropress, drip, pour over, or French Press. It's worlds better than any blade grinder, and brewing freshly ground coffee is so much better than preground.
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Had mine for a couple years now; works great, no issues
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Buy it for Aeropress, drip, pour over, or French Press. It's worlds better than any blade grinder, and brewing freshly ground coffee is so much better than preground.
100%. This needs to be repeated over and over again!

To anyone who is using pre-ground... buy a grinder and switch to whole bean. No other move is going to yield a better quality gain than this (vs. obsessing over brew method, temperature, etc.).

And no, the burr grinder vs. a blade grinder doesn't make that much of a difference; but at $60, why not eliminate the question! I switched from my Krups blade to a burr grinder last year and no regrets.
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Previous owner - engine failed after a couple of years.
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Good for Aeropress, pour over, and drip. Decent for French Press (though you will get a fair bit of fines in your grind, meaning coffee sludge in your cup).

This will go without saying to anyone who knows anything about espresso brewing, but this can't grind finely enough or consistently enough for espresso. If you have an espresso machine, you need a $300+ grinder designed specifically for espresso.

Buy it for Aeropress, drip, pour over, or French Press. It's worlds better than any blade grinder, and brewing freshly ground coffee is so much better than preground.
That simply isn't true. I have a 100 oxo burr grinder I got on sale for 69$ (on sale all the time). I read online that people grind their coffee too fine for espresso and it causes bitterness. I did a taste test at different grinds. Well lo and behold on this OXO I liked the 2.9 setting the best. For Normal coffee the exact middle is best. This keeps clean too. Only annoyance is that you have to tap to get the espresso grinds out, not a big deal.

I have no idea about this though, just my two cents.

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I have a Capresso burr grinder which I love and this was in my top three (along with a Bartaza). Solid grinder.

I'm now at the point where I want a grinder with a built in digital scale.

If you can make the leap to having a scale — I recommend it!
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I have a few other grinders but would this be good for cold brew?
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100%. This needs to be repeated over and over again!

To anyone who is using pre-ground... buy a grinder and switch to whole bean. No other move is going to yield a better quality gain than this (vs. obsessing over brew method, temperature, etc.).

And no, the burr grinder vs. a blade grinder doesn't make that much of a difference; but at $60, why not eliminate the question! I switched from my Krups blade to a burr grinder last year and no regrets.
Burr vs blade makes a big difference. Burr grinders grind with a crushing action, while blade grinders cut with a sharp blade. Crushing causes dry beans to fracture and split, which releases oils and increases surface area of the resulting grinds. These factors together allow burr ground coffee to impart a smoother, more nuanced flavor to your brew.

It's also much easier to get uniform grind from a burr grinder since coffee only has to pass the burr once.
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That simply isn't true. I have a 100 oxo burr grinder I got on sale for 69$ (on sale all the time). I read online that people grind their coffee too fine for espresso and it causes bitterness. I did a taste test at different grinds. Well lo and behold on this OXO I liked the 2.9 setting the best. For Normal coffee the exact middle is best. This keeps clean too. Only annoyance is that you have to tap to get the espresso grinds out, not a big deal.

I have no idea about this though, just my two cents.

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Coarser grinds may work ok in a pressurized portafilter. YMMV. But anyway, the OXO grinder is a better grinder than this Bodum. So apples to potatoes.
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