Burr Coffee Grinder (8.8-oz.): Black by Jura-Capresso
Great for home, office or wherever fine coffee is served, this burr coffee grinder offers exceptional results every time, every place. Choose from any of the 16 settings (four each for extra fine, fine, regular and coarse) using the commercial grade, solid conical steel burrs that precisely grind yo... See complete description »
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Great for home, office or wherever fine coffee is served, this burr coffee grinder offers exceptional results every time, every place. Choose from any of the 16 settings (four each for extra fine, fine, regular and coarse) using the commercial grade, solid conical steel burrs that precisely grind your roasted beans. A gear reduction motor works slowly with little noise; the reduced static and heat buildup produce more flavorful results. It holds 8.8-oz. of beans, and features a timer than can be set from 5 to 60 seconds. There's even a Pulse setting for a quick whir. Comes complete with cleaning brush and measuring scoop. And for ease of cleaning, the grinding wheel is completely removable.
This Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is our first one of its type. We really like it! Especially from using either an antique manual grinder or electric blade-whirrling type. This burr grinder doesn't create static electricity in the ground beans. It's quiet, too. We found that running the grinder for a few extra seconds and giving it a few gentle taps works well in loosening and dislodging the remaining ground beans. There are some grounds that do remain and have to be brushed out. Compared to what we've had in the past, this model is so much nicer and easier to use.
grinds in seconds
no guessing for right grind
no cleaning up messes from ground coffee
quieter than other grinders I have purchased
ease of use
A must for the fresh coffee addict
This grinder is quieter than I expected. It grinds evenly and adjusts easily. The only part I am thrilled about so far, is residue coffee spilling out after the compartment with ground coffee has been removed. No matter how much I shake it before removing the compartment, half a teaspoon falls out as soon as the compartment is removed. Otherwise, a great product
The Infinity does a great job. Plenty of settings to get just the grind you want. Makes a huge difference over blade grinders for both cappuccino and regular brew coffee. My only complaint I have is this grinder generates a bit of static so the ground coffee sticks to the bottom container. But, for the price, you can't beat this grinder.
Looked at several burr grinders and this had the best reviews for the cost. It is quieter than the Cruisart one, but it does have alot of grind left in the chamber even after it is done grinding. Not a big problem just need to remember to clean it out after a couple of grinds.
For years I have used a blade grinder for my drip coffee. I received a press pot for Christmas and needed a better way to control my grind. This Infinity Conical Burr Grinder is a wonderful step up. Quieter than my old blade and does a good job of adjusting the size of the grind. It leaves a fair amount of residual in the grind chamber, but removing the upper hopper and top burr is effortless so it easy to clean and brush out with the supplied brush.
It is unusual that there is no on/off switch. Instead the timer serves as the power switch. There are times when there are no more beans in the hopper and the unit continues to grind until the timer "times out" and powers off. However you can twist the hopper beyond the course setting and it will power off or unplug it. But that appears to be a minor inconvenince at this time.
Otherwise, this grinder appears to be a good value for around $100. I would recommend it as a gift for someone or if you are upgrading from a blade grinder and are on a budget.
The Capresso grinder has replaced a smaller 2-year old De Longhi that was very messy and not performing very well. The Capresso grinder is first-rate. No regrets whatever about this purchase. Thanks.
Solidly built, very good grinding range. The coarsest grind for French press still has some residual powder, but I have yet to see a grinder without that. Much quieter than the competition. Very tight-fitting components, so there is no spillage. So far, virtually no static, but I suspect that might be also a function of the type of beans & their packaging. This is our third burr grinder and is by far the best.
Excellent performance. Grinds well & evenly. Easy to handle. Only problems: Hard to clean grinding parts, and too much coffee is left in machine after use.
I've been buying on line for years, and generally you get value for your money. I sent back a Cuisinart burr grinder and selected the Capresso, which costs $30 more. The Capresso is much more uniform in grind, and is much less messy--no coffee dust spewing forth when you take the collection cup out of the machine. But it still doesn't produce a coarse grind on the coarsest setting. It's coarser than the Cuisinart, and it's coarser than my friends' blade grinders, but the grains are about half the diameter of the coarse grind of the machine at the supermarket. I'll stick with it and adapt my coffee-making, but I know a simple machine can make coarse-ground coffee. I just can't find the make that did it back when my dad was grinding coffee (yes, it was electric, Virginia, and also noisy, but the coffee was ground to perfection.)
This is a great grinder! So quiet, not at all messy, multiple settings, large capacity (yet I often use it to grind just three tablespoons), plus it's attractive. It is not stainless steel, however, just a heavy plastic (?) with a stainless look. I am thoroughly satisfied, and our whole family really enjoys it.
Quiet operation delivers excellent ground coffee. I use it for both regular drip and espresso grinds. The fine grinds are the consistency of powder.
We've been through the "grind and brew" coffee makers and went back to separate units. This model is by far the best we've found and while I don't think I would pay what is shown as retail, I'd definitely pay double over some other brands.
I hate grinding coffee beans, but this new grinder is easy to use, and it isn't messy with static cling like my two others. I no longer have to ask the barristas to grind it for French Press, which I usually feel bad about when buying beans during morning rush at the coffee house. Makes things easier.
Professional look and operation. Good quality.
Unlike every coffee grinder we have owned before, this grinder is quiet and does not generate a lot of static electricity. The wide choice of grinds is important to us as we regularly use more than one type of coffee maker.
I seldom give five stars on products, but I truly can find nothing wrong with this coffee grinder. While I've only used if for a bit over a week, the grind is uniform and quickly done. Manufacturing quality appears to be excellent. Fit and finish are beautiful, and the unit does not take up excessive space on the counter. I am happy to have upgraded a bit to this grinder. I see no reason to pay more unless you need to grind large quantities.
Works well, runs quietly and smoothly, and looks nice on the counter.
I have purchased multiple Capresso products before and they tend to work well for a few months but then some flaw in their construction (usually the result of Capresso's saving money by using cheap or flimsy components) results in a need to purchase a replacement part or in the inability of the unit to operate (the latter usually after the warranty period). So, I give it an overall rating of "3"; it works fine now (after less than a week of use), but I have my fingers crossed. Check back with me in 18 months to see what I really think of it. I bought this grinder simply because the discounted, "special" price (around 40% off full retail) was too good to pass up and worth the investment even if it conks out in a year or so. NEVER pay full price for a Capresso product; you will be disappointed in the long run.
This machine works very well, the main mechanism is sturdy, however cleaning is a bit ackward, but this has to be expected for this type of machine.
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