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Capresso 503.05 Stainless Steel Cool Grind Coffee Grinder, Stainless Steel


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  • Stainless Steel Housing
  • Extra large stainless steel chamber and blade
  • Fastest Safety Stop when lid is removed
  • Convenient Cord Storage
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  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 8 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00030J24M
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  • Item model number: 503.05
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Capresso Cool Grind Blade Grinder with Stainless Steel Housing has outstanding features. Beaker and blade are stainless steel and the cup has capacity to grind beans for up to 15-cups of coffee. The Cool Grind has pulse action to grind from coarse to fine, the fastest safety stop and convenient cord storage.


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Customer Reviews

It's not obnoxiously loud and it's very fast and easy to clean.
L. Haley
At the end of the day, it is the quality of your beans that make for a good cup of coffee.
Veloscente
Grounds also get stuck in the lid when putting it back on to grind the coffee more.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Veloscente on June 4, 2011
I decided to write this review to balance out the undeservedly-low 3.5 star average rating this grinder currently has on Amazon.
We have previously owned Krups grinders, and were most recently using a Proctor Silex E160B grinder, but my wife grew tired of its tiny grinding capacity.
After 6 months of grinding 2 lbs of beans a month, here are our impressions:

This Capresso is an upgrade from all previous grinders we have owned in every respect that concerns us:
1) it can hold & grind 2-3 times as many beans as the Proctor Silex in a single load
2) it is much quieter than our other grinders
3) it opens much easier, and spills less after grinding
4) the cord storage if far quicker, & less prone to jamming than our Proctor Silex
5) we can grind an entire pound of beans in about 5-6 grinder-loads - with the Proctor Silex it was at least 1 dozen.

I've read the other reviews for this grinder, and would like to address some of the pros/cons mentioned by other reviewers:
Convenience or perfection, choose ONE:
If you want a "perfect" grind, stop buying blade grinders and go spend $300+ for a top-of-the-line burr grinder!!!
The burr grinder will be heavy, cost 12x as much, take up 6x as much storage/countertop space, will be a major pain to clean, but it will deliver coffee-house perfect grinds.
You can have affordable convenience, or a perfect grind, NOT BOTH !!!

Specific "issues" addressed by others reviewers:
* Grind consistency gripes: ALL top loading blade grinders have consistency issues. It is true that the grind consistency isn't perfect, but it's better than our old Proctor Silex.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Sus on November 15, 2008
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I really want to like this grinder, but after a couple weeks of use I'm disappointed enough to shop for a replacement. I've been grinding coffee beans for +/- 15 years using less expensive machines, and decided to upgrade to a "better" grinder this time instead of simply replacing my Krups Fast Touch.

Pluses: the round design is comfortable to hold and has small footprint in cabinet, built-in cord storage is an excellent feature, easy to operate, round design is little less messy than the Krups Fast Touch when transferring grounds to canister, a little quieter than other machines due to lower pitch of moter sound, operates cooler than others so no scorching to interfere with taste.

Minuses: coarse grind only, grinds unevenly even after pulsing and shaking to mix contents, max capacity is more like 7 cups of grinds not 15 cups as advertised, blades are less sturdy than Krups Fast Touch.

There aren't many minuses here but function outweighs aesthetics. The blades are seated higher than the Krups Fast Touch which makes the grinder produce only a coarse, auto-drip, grind. I much prefer a fine grind, even for use in a drip maker, for more intense flavor and less bean consumption.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robert P on January 11, 2007
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However it doesn't work as well as my previous one from Pavoni. The cover on the Capresso fits around the outside of the grinder so when you transfer the ground coffee to another container there is always some cleanup required. It also takes longer to get the beans finely ground.
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If you want a proper coffee grinder that grinds evenly buy the way better Capresso burr grinder, not this one. I have used this Cool Grind for about ten years. I still use it, but NOT for grinding coffee anymore. I use it for nuts, chocolate or herbs. I gave it one star as a coffee grinder, but added two stars for the above other purposes.

If this Cool Grind whirly-blade grinder is all you can afford, buy this...at least you have a way to grind coffee...preground coffee stales way too fast. Every time you open the container you lose lots of flavor and you also lose money. By the time the can is half empty most of the fresh flavor is gone. Ask any barista at your local coffee house to confirm what I just said.

About four years ago I discovered how little I knew about making coffee and bought a proper mill, a burr grinder, and never looked back. ALL the evenly ground, uniform particles are now being brewed at the same time, triggering the release of rich flavors: my coffee popped wide open. Wow! The coffee doubled in flavor, instantly!

WHY THIS KIND OF GRINDER GRINDS POORLY.

The grind is lousy with any brand or model of whirly-blade grinder, not just this Capresso Cool Grind model, so do not blame just this one, blame the grinder design of all such "coffee" mills. They ALL make dust-and-boulders. Imagine baking cookies with some cookies made small and thin, some medium, others very thick and large...when they come out of the oven some are raw, some are just right, and some are way overdone....same thing with coffee grounds. When your coffee grounds, of various sizes, sits in its bed and steeps in hot water, at the end of the extraction some grounds are raw, some are just right, and others are way overdone. The cause of it? Grinders like this.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NY Jewels on April 29, 2013
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This is my 2nd Capresso coffee grinder. The first one I had for 10 years or so. It still worked, but somehow (...I'm not naming names...) the base got broken off of it and it was just a nuisance to use. Here's the silver lining--the price was the same, this one is quieter and the piece that you press to make it grind is now secured to the lid so that it doesn't fall off when it is turned over to transfer the grinds from the base before removing it. Also, it is one of the few items with a "hideaway" cord that actually works well.
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