KRUPS 203-42 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel blades, Black

Your in the coffee zone with this grider%2E The One Touch Coffee Grinder is all you will need to grind up your fresh beans right in your own kitchen%2C and have that perfect cup every time%2ENothing beats a freshly ground, freshly brewed cuppa joe to start the day, and with this grinder, you can have up to 20 cups’ worth of beans at a time. The understated black color and contemporary oval design fit in well with any kitchen dĂ©cor, while the small size (just 6 inches high) doesn’t take up too much premium counter space. Stainless-steel blades guarantee a long life and an even grind, whether you use this grinder for coffee, spices, nuts, or even whole grains. –Jill Lightner

Product Features

  • Electric grinder with 200-watt motor provides fast grinding
  • Grinds up to 3 ounces of coffee beans at a time
  • Oval design and stainless-steel blades ensure uniform grinding
  • Also can easily be used for spices, nuts, and grains
  • Measures 6 by 3-1/6 by 3-5/9 inches; 1-year limited

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3 Responses to “KRUPS 203-42 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel blades, Black”

  1. <path_to_url> michaelb1968

    If you like a fine grind, look no further I have had my grinder for 12 years now. It works the same today as it did new, and I use it about 10 times a week. For the money, it can’t be beat. That said, this grinder is not for everybody.This grinder is perfect for anybody with a coffee maker that uses #4 paper CONE filters (or slightly bigger or smaller). I emphasize PAPER because a permanent filter is not good for this grinder. Like any blade grinder, it will produce some dust. That creeps through the permafilter and into your pot is makes sludge. It sloppies up your coffee. Nothing gets through paper filters though.It also grinds coffee fine. You really don’t have a choice. It is ok for espresso as well if you are not a connoisseur. If you try a coarse grind with this unit, you will be out of luck. If you don’t grind long enough, you will leave a few beans whole or in large pieces.If you need anything other than a fine grind and don’t mind using paper filters (I prefer them), then look no further.I deducted a star because it has limitations, but the truth is, for probably 80% of the coffee drinkers out there, this grinder is all you need.

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  2. <path_to_url> MotherLodeBeth "MotherLodeBeth"

    the standard This is an excellent grinder for home use and the one that I use on a daily basis. It is relatively quiet (so I can grind my beans in the morning without waking the kids) and large enough to process 8 or so cups (a full pot) of coffee. The only downside is that you have to practice the knack of when to stop grinding due to the lack of coarse control, but it makes up for it with ease of use. In my mind the quietness, ease of use and ease of cleaning (the black model is easier to clean than white) make this a must-have for coffee lovers.

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  3. <path_to_url> Anonymous

    For serious coffee drinkers We are serious cooks and take our coffee seriously. Own two of these and the first one is at least ten years old and the newest one less than two. Grinds whole beans according to your desired taste. We own two simply because we like plain as well as flavoured whole bean coffee and simply wish to keep the flavors separate.

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