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.
Does a much better job than our old Cuisinart burr grinder. Quieter and easier to clean too. It is much more expensive however. But I think it is worth the price.
After my previous burr grinder died, I pulled out the old reliable blade grinder that was stashed in the pantry, only to realize how much better the ground coffee results were with the burr grinder. After some detailed research I selected the Capresso Black Infinity and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. A reasonable price when compared to other similar units didn't hurt a bit either!
The only complaint is that the grind container tends to shimmy out of its slot a bit while the grinder is grinding due to vibration. But it's not a too big of a problem since it does not come out so far that the grinds spill all over the place. This grinder is compact, quiet and produces very consistent grinds. Good for home use. I brew a 10-cup pot almost every day.
Greatly improved coffee flavor with burr grinder vs blade grinder.
Easy to use. Have found I can use a slightly finer setting than recommended and use less coffee beans and still get great flavor and bold taste.
The grind is consistent.
Very impressive grinder. Quieter than any I've had before, and remarkably little static problems even in the dry air of southern Arizona. This machine replaced a Cuisinart CCM-16PC which was in the same price range. The Capresso is significantly quieter, the grind is more even, and compared to the Cuisinart, static problems are non-existent (at least in the medium grinds I use). There may be quite a few more expensive grinders, but I'd be willing to wager they can't do any better than the Capresso when it comes to grinding coffee.
I bought this grinder so my coffee grinds would be a uniform small size. I didn't really expect the coffee to taste better--but it does! Even family and friends who didn't know about the new grinder commented on my coffee. The unit functions as advertised, and is easy to use. I'm very glad I bought it.
5 times more expensive than my old coffee mill, but i didn't realize the difference this quailty would make in the grind. it's so consistent. all the grounds are the same size--no powder. very pleased.
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.
This is my first conical burr grinder, but it is great relative the
For the price, this is an excellent procuct. I was going to spend $200.00 for a Kitchen Aid but the things that made it better were not worth the extra money (glass coffee holder & quieter).
How nice to grind coffee and not rattle the entire house! Very consistent grind ...easy to clean. I wasn't sure if the difference between conical grind and blade grind was more than hype. But it is better. Faster, smoother, more consistent and certainly quieter!
I do wish Capresso would change it's timer mechanism to reflect how many cups are being ground. I understand it would be a best guess ... but the timer isn't particularly accurate for consistently judging how much coffee to make.
Product is recommended!
I had high expectations for this product and they have been met. Works well every time and looks good on the counter.
The infinity grinder is better than other more economical grinders. I don't regret the purchase. I think it's a good value and an enormous improvement over the melitta burr grinder that I used before it. However, now that I've learned more about coffee, I would invest in a better (more expensive) if I were to purchase a grinder now.
I looked at many reviews for conical burr coffee grinders, which come in a wide range of prices. This one was a reasonable price, in fact at the low end of the scale, and received good reviews. I'm very happy with the grinder, and think it was an excellent value. The conical burr really does make a difference in the flavor of the coffee. I read some complaints that the grinder is too loud and static electricity causes some of the grounds to get on the counter when the container is removed. People with those issues must be very sensitive, because I find the grinder to be relatively quiet (you are grinding up hard coffee beans, after all) and there is no more mess than any of the other methods for getting coffee into a pot or filter. The grinder also seems well made and substantial. For the price, I think you'll be very happy with this grinder.
We love it. Every morning we are thankful we bought the grinder. The coffee taste so much better with no after taste or dregs in the bottom of your cup.
I am not a coffee expert, but I had a cheap ($30 burr grinder) that I've used for a month with my espresso machine before buying this one. What a difference!!! Great quality and looks good too. This is $140 grinder and now on sale for $89.99 (for a “black” one)
I really don't think you would be able to get better results with anything in its price range. (Unless you spent over $200)
So it is the best burr grinder under $100 and is worth investing in it. Also, I’ve read reviews and compared it to Solis Maestro/Baratza Maestro Plus which are ($115-$150) and they get same ratings (one person even had experience with both and recommended the Capresso Infinity)
I haven’t tried others in it’s price range, but am very happy with the product and will recommend it to friends and family. For Pump-Espresso--best to use the 2nd set of 4 settings, since 1st 4-settings are for Turkish Espresso-very fine.
Cooking.com’s service was great, and very fast shipping (a lot faster than confirmation eamil said it would be)
After recently delving into roasting my own coffee I quickly realised the inadequacy of my old blade coffee grinder. I looked at other reviews and came up with this Capresso which, after a month of use, has been marvelous. The main complaint I'd read with other burr grinders in its price range was static electricity spewing coffee everywhere. No problem with the Capresso. It's easy to use, easy to clean, and gives me a great grind. For the money, and perhaps even for substantially more money, there's nothing here not to like.
Excellent grinder...consistent grind, easy to operate, and contributes to a great cup of coffee.
I brew in my home from a french press, automatic drip and espresso maker. This new Capresso grinder is very attrractive on my counter. It grinds very quietly and quickly. Each separate grind is delivered to a very uniform size so there is no dust to clog up the filters. Cleaning is quick and easy.
I love it. Great machine!
I've been using the coffee grinder for about 3 weeks. I was surprised how quiet it was. Solid construction and easy to use.
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