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About the Product
  • Stainless Steel base w/ plastic compartments (120V)
  • Sleek & compact design w/ start/stop button
  • 15 grind settings to select from (from fine to course)
  • Adjustable coarseness
  • Removable bean hopper
  • Easy to clean
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  • Includes a standard 1-year manufacturer limited warranty w/ purchase

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  • Professional grade heavy duty electric coffee grinder to quickly and effectively way to freshly grind your coffee beans. This product can hold up to 13.33oz coffee beans w/ up to 6.5oz. in ground coffee and is approx. 14"x9"x5" in size
  • Recommended 1-2 tbsp. ground coffee per 6oz. of water (can be adjusted to suit individual taste preferences)
  • Limit 3 per customer
  • Offer valid while promotion last
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  • This product has earned a 4.4/5 star rating w/ over 1200+ customer reviews
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15 grind setting to choose, from fine to course
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Stainless Steel base – plastic compartments
Sleek & Compact Design
Start/Stop Button
Adjusts Coarseness for Fine or Coarse Grind
Removable Bean Hopper
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"Bottom Line:
The Delonghi Ariete works quite well and performs at unprecedented levels as compared to what a person could ask and expect out of a coffee maker marked at $100. With some things here and there pulling it down, but overall a good and a decent enough buy if a coffee machine is your want but the budget is a constraint.

CONS:
• They say that the customer is God. But it seems Delonghi doesn't really understand the concept. With a lot of complaints from people about the rude and unprofessional customer services, it's time that Delonghi takes a reality check for the same.
• Even at the coarsest grinder setting (15), the final grind was still found to be too fine for what is needed to brew a good French Press styled coffee."
https://joecoffeebeans.com/best-coffee-grinders/

From Reddit:

"Baratza Encore or this Ariete Delonghi grinder?"
"Baratza times a million. Better grinder, better customer service, much easier to repair."
"Looks like a straight rip off of the OXO grinder without the scale feature. Had an OXO for a little bit and the scale was nice but I'd still stay with Baratza for grind consistency and longevity"
- https://www.reddit.com/r/Coffee/c...i_grinder/
Just an FYI if you're spending money on a grinder for drip coffee, America's Test Kitchen pitted their "best" burr grinder against their "best" cheap blade grinder in a blind taste test. After the results showed none of the tasters could pick which was which, they did the test again, and again, and again. Then they added some coffee "experts" into the groups of tasters. Even they couldn't tell burr ground from blade ground for the drip coffee. The info is on their webpage and there's a couple videos on YouTube of the testing. In the end they recommend a burr grinder for drip coffee for convenience, not taste.
I had this grinder for less than a month. Great grinder, quiet for a grinder but it doesn't grind fine enough for espresso. It's good for everything else, you really need an expensive grinder for espresso. I replaced it with a sette 270. I think i paid more than this price so it's a good deal.

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Thanks! In for one. New to grinding my own coffee, but I'll give it a shot! Getting tired of pre-ground coffee and the grinders at the store don't always work.
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"Bottom Line:
The Delonghi Ariete works quite well and performs at unprecedented levels as compared to what a person could ask and expect out of a coffee maker marked at $100. With some things here and there pulling it down, but overall a good and a decent enough buy if a coffee machine is your want but the budget is a constraint.

CONS:
• They say that the customer is God. But it seems Delonghi doesn't really understand the concept. With a lot of complaints from people about the rude and unprofessional customer services, it's time that Delonghi takes a reality check for the same.
• Even at the coarsest grinder setting (15), the final grind was still found to be too fine for what is needed to brew a good French Press styled coffee."

https://joecoffeebeans.com/best-coffee-grinders/

From Reddit:

"Baratza Encore or this Ariete Delonghi grinder?"
"Baratza times a million. Better grinder, better customer service, much easier to repair."
"Looks like a straight rip off of the OXO grinder without the scale feature. Had an OXO for a little bit and the scale was nice but I'd still stay with Baratza for grind consistency and longevity"
- https://www.reddit.com/r/Coffee/c...i_grinder/
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Thanks! In for one. New to grinding my own coffee, but I'll give it a shot! Getting tired of pre-ground coffee and the grinders at the store don't always work.
Just an FYI if you're spending money on a grinder for drip coffee, America's Test Kitchen pitted their "best" burr grinder against their "best" cheap blade grinder in a blind taste test. After the results showed none of the tasters could pick which was which, they did the test again, and again, and again. Then they added some coffee "experts" into the groups of tasters. Even they couldn't tell burr ground from blade ground for the drip coffee. The info is on their webpage and there's a couple videos on YouTube of the testing. In the end they recommend a burr grinder for drip coffee for convenience, not taste.
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In the end they recommend a burr grinder for drip coffee for convenience, not taste.
Why? Isn't blade grinder more compact and cheaper?
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Why? Isn't blade grinder more compact and cheaper?
Because you can load up a countertop burr grinder once and just press a button to get however much you need for a few brews. With the blade grinder, you get it out, get out your coffee bag, scoop the coffee into the grinder, and then grind it. And then return coffee bag to wherever. I don't find that too inconvenient for the huge cost difference. Lol. I have a hand operated burr grinder. I thought I just didn't have a golden palette when I didn't taste a difference compared to the blade grinder I had been using before. Those tests confirmed I was normal. Lol. 😂😂😂
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Because you can load up a countertop burr grinder once and just press a button to get however much you need for a few brews. With the blade grinder, you get it out, get out your coffee bag, scoop the coffee into the grinder, and then grind it. And then return coffee bag to wherever. I don't find that too inconvenient for the huge cost difference. Lol. I have a hand operated burr grinder. I thought I just didn't have a golden palette when I didn't taste a difference compared to the blade grinder I had been using before. Those tests confirmed I was normal. Lol. 😂😂😂
Well, for a few bucks more, you can push a button and have expresso instead ... I use a $6 hand cranking ceramic burr grinder too, just a little tired growing older every morning shake head
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I had this grinder for less than a month. Great grinder, quiet for a grinder but it doesn't grind fine enough for espresso. It's good for everything else, you really need an expensive grinder for espresso. I replaced it with a sette 270. I think i paid more than this price so it's a good deal.
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I had this grinder for less than a month. Great grinder, quiet for a grinder but it doesn't grind fine enough for espresso. It's good for everything else, you really need an expensive grinder for espresso. I replaced it with a sette 270. I think i paid more than this price so it's a good deal.
This review says it grinds fine enough for Turkish. Anyone else with experience? https://joecoffeebeans.com/best-coffee-grinders/
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This review says it grinds fine enough for Turkish. Anyone else with experience? https://joecoffeebeans.com/best-coffee-grinders/
My $20 hario hand burr grinder can turn coffee beans to powder. Lol.
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I had this grinder and liked it but I ended up returning it. I used it for drip coffee so I cannot speak to the 'not course/fine enough for...' concerns. What I can tell you is it was way more QUIET than the Oxo I got to replace it. I did not like that the catch canister had to be wedge in to my unit (and maybe my unit was bent slightly?) so there was a great deal of friction between the catch and the rubber that surrounds the drop. Within a month the rubber gasket had torn and I just decided to try something different while I could still return this unit to the place of purchase. I just wish my current unit was as quiet.
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Well, for a few bucks more, you can push a button and have expresso instead ... I use a $6 hand cranking ceramic burr grinder too, just a little tired growing older every morning https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...-shakehead.gif
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Yes, it's annoying, but the spelling wasn't standardized 100% in America until maybe 20 years ago. I've seen older Bunn grinders with the "wrong" spelling on them.
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America's Test Kitchen lost me with their hot sauce test debacle. I've had 2 of these...one in each home, for more than a year. They are powerful, quiet and simple with excellent quality burr blades.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LKGK...UTF8&psc=1
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