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Black & Decker CBM210 Stainless Steel Burr Coffee Mill/Grinder


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  • Bean mill and grind selection
  • Pulse button and removable plastic coffee receptacle
  • Safety function and cord wrap
  • 12 Cup 80 watts
  • Stainless steel mill grinder and cleaning brush
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Product Description

Dial adjusts so you can set the texture exactly how you want – from very fine Turkish blend to coarse percolator grind. Dual safety mechanism ensures that unit will not operate unless top cover is closed and ground coffee receptacle is in place.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.9 x 10 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001306640
  • Item model number: CBM210
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (193 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,180 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Finest grind is too coarse for expresso, coarsest grind is too fine for French press.
Softball Dad
It does not grind with any uniformity, large chunks mixed with fine grounds Not suitable for espresso or Turkish, or any fine grind requirements.
easy
When we pulled out the ground coffee, it flew everywhere--all over the counter & on the floor.
emily evans

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230 of 235 people found the following review helpful By Champagne on September 20, 2009
Paid $19 at Target and was dismayed at the random grind it produced. Realized it was a good design, just poorly executed. Here is how to fix it:

1. Pop out the top grinding head as per the cleaning instructions.
2. Carefully unscrew the two screws securing the grinding head to the plastic insert.
3. Trace the circular grinding head on a business card.
4. Cut this out to make a gasket that will fit between the grinding plate and the plastic insert.
5. Re-assemble and insert into the hopper as per the cleaning instructions.

Now it will grind your coffee beans consistently to whatever degree you want.

I'd give it 5 stars for value, but it should have been made right in the first place!
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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Paul Talosig on October 5, 2008
I should have known better than to pay less than $50 for a burr grinder.

This machine, though compact and aesthetically pleasing, lacks the ability to produce uniform grinds which, really, is the only reason to buy a burr grinder. The first time I dumped beans into the hopper and held down the power button, I was dismayed at the resultant coarse-looking grinds. I thought I'd made a mistake and set the grinder wrong, but I wasn't.

Moreover, when I closely inspected the grinds container, I found grinds ranging from Turkish coffee-fine grinds to percolator-coarse grinds. Unacceptable.

If you're looking for a quality grinder (and you probably are if you've graduated from blade to burr), then don't look to spend less than $50.
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92 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on November 8, 2009
I bought mine at Target for $22.xx yesterday.

What this is not: a highly precise burr grinder with a wide range of grind settings

What this is: a very good alternative to a blade grinder that grinds at a lower speed (as all burr grinders do), and thus won't burn the beans and is relatively quiet

I think it's safe to say that the manufacturer didn't intend this grinder to compete with high-end burr grinders, like the great one from Kitchen Aid. This grinder sells at the same price point of blade grinders, albeit with a slight premium. And, for good reason.

This grinder provides a relatively consistent grind size (there's even a mod listed in these reviews that promises to help). The size of grind on the smallest and the largest settings really is not that different - it clearly does not have the range of a serious burr grinder. But, as a casual burr grinder, this thing is great.

I think that the manufacturer intended this to be used in drip machines instead of a french press or an espresso (the grind size on the smallest and largest settings looks pretty close to the grind size of, say, Maxwell House). I usually use a french press, and made a pot this morning with the grind setting on the largest size. My cup of coffee was pretty great. There were no floating particles in my cup; the coffee turned out the way it always does. I also would not hesitate to use the grinder set on the smallest setting to make coffee in my moka pot.

If you need an occasional grinder, like if your friend gives you beans occasionally or if you want to get started in grinding without a large investment - this grinder is a great value.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jackrbike on December 15, 2008
A coffee aficionado friend who roasts his own coffee once told me that for uniformity of ground size, mill grinders generally were considered best, followed by burr grinders, then blade ones. Not wanting to spend over $100 for a mill, when I saw this Black & Decker burr-mill grinder at a reasonable price, I figured, "Why not?" My current blade grinder was old; was it time to upgrade to a better grinder? This does look a lot better on a countertop than the round conventional blade grinders. The answer, I discovered, in summary, is "No," because THIS IS A DISASTER MASKING AS A COFFEE GRINDER.

I've learned that with my blade grinder I get the most uniform grounds, as fine as I want, by holding and shaking it while grinding, counting to a given number, depending on the amount of coffee. Usually about 20 seconds is sufficient. Leaving it on the counter sans shaking still gives decent grind uniformity, but I am a perfectionist where possible, so I suspend and shake while grinding. With this burr grinder, it takes 30 seconds to grind 4 rounded tablespoons of beans, about 60 seconds plus for making enough for a pot of coffee. As with all home grinders you have to hold the switch on. Say a prayer while waiting for this to finish grinding.

With the Black and Decker Burr Mill Coffee Bean Grinder, I ran several test grindings, with the adjustable grind control on various settings. I learned quickly that the only usable setting is on the "finest" grind, because the other settings made a grind so coarse as to be unsatisfactory even in percolator coffee makers. The knob and adjustment no doubt was put there to improve marketability of the product.

READ THIS: with the B&D burr mill grinder a UNIFORM grind is impossible, regardless of fineness.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Subramaniam on September 24, 2008
Sorry to say this, but the American manufacturers still don't get how to make quality coffee products for a reasonable price.
This is a burr grinder, but you won't get a fine enough grind for espresso or even permanent filter drip coffeemakers.
I returned mine to the store.

I am now looking at a Krups- twice as expensive, but from experience, they know what it takes to make good coffee.

Rather disappointing to say the least....
Shankar.
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