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Finest grind is too coarse for expresso, coarsest grind is too fine for French press.
It does not grind with any uniformity, large chunks mixed with fine grounds Not suitable for espresso or Turkish, or any fine grind requirements.
When we pulled out the ground coffee, it flew everywhere--all over the counter & on the floor.
I can't imagine how this thing could be more poorly designed. It sucks. Starting with the fact that you hold the button down through the entire grind, it requires enough pressure... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JM
Out of the box, it's a disaster - a 1 star. Inconsistent grind and coarse, even at the finest setting. Per user Champagne on a Budget, I modified this unit and made it work well. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brandon L. Little
Not the best grinder on the market, by far. It does tend to make a mess. It is noisy. It is inconsistent and creates a fair bit of dust at even its most coarse setting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Rick
Love this grinder. Does a great job. I really did my research on economical coffee grinders and this one is the tops!Published 7 months ago by Pausing
I had to rig it though to make more uniform grinds--search for instructions--not the best consistency but great for the pricePublished 8 months ago by n j
As I stare down through the obscured plastic window
of my Black & Decker coffee grinder
I feel strange sympathy towards
the vibrating, shivering beans
naked and... Read more
Like many reviews I read, this grinder can dust up your counter with grinds, It seems that most burr units do make a mess.
But here's the units flaw. The grind. Read more
I think this B&D burr grinder is, well, misunderstood. Here are a few observations based on owning it for a few months:
- it is NOT a $100 grinder. Read more
Grinds too fine for my French press even on the latgest grind setting. Maybe too efficient- otherwise, it is greatPublished 14 months ago by Dana Hamel