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Capresso Coffee Burr Grinder


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  • 17 position burr grinder
  • Electronic timer
  • 1/2-pound bean container with automatic bean sensor
  • Auto Safety Shut-off
  • Removable burr for easy cleaning
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 5.5 x 9.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004DAYHXO
  • Item model number: 559.04
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,276 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Capresso - Coffee Burr Grinder

Always the Correct Fineness for Espresso, Drip, French Press and Percolators

Consistent, uniform and fresh grinding for espresso machines, drip coffee makers and French press. The Capresso Coffee Burr Grinder with 17 grind settings allows for adjustment from coarse to fine for any brewing method.

Grinding fresh whole bean coffee immediately before brewing is the first step to achieving the best tasting coffee at home. Ground coffee interacts with the air around it and, within hours, loses a great deal of flavor and aroma. The longer the ground coffee is exposed to air the more flavor is lost and the rich, full-bodied taste of the coffee cannot be obtained.

Just the Right Grind
Just the Right Grind

How Things Work

Setting the Timer

The timer can be set to grind for 2 to 12 cups of brewed coffee. When grinding in the finest position, less coffee per second will pass through the grinder than when grinding in the coarsest setting. The amount of ground coffee varies quite a bit depending on how coarse or fine you grind and whether you use light, dry beans or dark, oily beans. After grinding a few times, you will find the correct grind amount position for the amount of coffee you want to grind. Remember, you can always stop the grinding process by simply pushing the on/off button.

Simplicity at its Best
Simplicity at its Best
  • Large 1/2-pound whole bean container with 5-oz ground coffee container with lid
  • 17 position grind selector delivers the correct fineness for espresso, drip, French press and percolators
  • Large 1/2-pound whole bean container with 5-oz ground coffee container with lid
  • 17 position grind selector delivers the correct fineness for espresso, drip, French press and percolators
  • Electronic timer lets you grind for 2 to 12 cups
  • Burr grinding wheels deliver the most consistent, uniform grinding
  • Removable upper burr for easy cleaning
  • Separate on/off button to stop grinding at any time or use for pulse grinding
  • Safety features include automatic stop when: bean container lid, ground coffee container or ground coffee container lid are not in place
  • Automatic bean sensor


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Yes we did read instructions.
TOMH
Fine setting will suit any espresso machine and we go all the way to 9 to grind it for our auto drip.
RickS
In addition, it never produced a fine enough grind.
Barbara

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

160 of 174 people found the following review helpful By E. L. Ridgley on January 17, 2011
I love coffee, and it's kind of a hobby for me. I roast my own beans, and have collected a respectable amount of knowledge about how to make a barista-quality cup at home. I've owned a Capresso Infinity 560 for five years, and I purchased this particular model for a gift exchange. It seemed like a perfect fit: an excellent price for a burr grinder, within the price range of our gift exchange, and it's a brand I am familiar and happy with. This model, though, is not nearly as good as the 560, in my opinion, because of the quality of the grind. It grinds much more evenly than a blade, to be sure, but it creates a lot of "dust" as well. If you really want to get a quality grinder for a great price, I'd recommend the 560 instead. It's usually around $80, but it's well worth the extra money over the lifespan of the product. That being said, if you simply cannot afford that extra money and must choose between this and a blade grinder, this one is clearly the better choice.
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94 of 103 people found the following review helpful By George R. Faulkner on December 27, 2010
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I just bought this grinder as a Christmas present for my wife. It grinds quickly and well and is fairly quiet - much better than our old blade grinder. The ability to store whole beans in the top dispenser and to store ground coffee in bottom dispenser in the refrigerator is also handy. From what I have considered, it seems to be one of best lower cost burr grinders available.

But as to the "mystery" in my title, actually there are two mysteries:

1) Sometimes when your look for burr grinders on Amazon, this model does not show up. Not sure why, but it might have something to do with the fact that it does not ship directly from Amazon. The supplier names have also changed within the past 2 weeks.

2) It is not listed as a model on the Capresso web site. I tried to register it on the site but cannot, since it is not in their drop-down list of products. In fact, the Capresso web site has no mention of this model (or anything looking like it) in their catalog of grinders, registration page, downloadable instruction manuals, or replacement parts page. Update: the Capresso company e-mailed me that they make this particular model only for Costco, though apparently others get them to resell on Amazon. That still does not seem like a good excuse for Capresso not listing this model on their web site.

The grinder generally works quite well (grinds evenly and as finely as one might want), though the whole beans sometimes get jammed in the top of the grinder. It's easy to clear, but then throws off the measurement of how many cups-worth of beans you wanted to grind. It seems to help if the beans are dried out a bit first, rather than dumped right into the grinder from the freezer when still moist.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Jure on January 15, 2011
(APRIL 14, 2013 UPDATE)
I've been using this grinder for more than two years now, on an almost every-day basis, and the grinder is still going strong. Use it to grind beans for espresso, paper filter, and french press, and still works just as good as it did two years ago. One of the best purchases ever! I recommend it even more now.

(JANUARY 2011 REVIEW)
Apparently this model is made exclusively for COSTCO, and they were selling it for $30+tax. Found this randomly on the shelf @ my local COSTCO - looks like they sell out really fast.

9 settings, and setting 9, which should be really course grind is barely course enough for paper filter. I assume that this is not the best grinder if you want a course grind for your French Press, but will be fine for a paper filter, or espresso machine. I do notice lots of "dust" but that's common, to some degree, with really expensive grinders as well. Static is NOT a problem. just tap the plastic container a little bit, and wait a few seconds before taking the container with the ground coffee out.

What it comes down to is that, if you're lucky enough to pick up one of these at COSTCO, you'll get a decent burr grinder for a great price, and it will allow you to grind your beans fresh.

Don't put your coffee (grinds or beans) in a fridge or freezer if you care about your coffee, taste, quality, etc.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By TVR on May 2, 2012
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I've owned cheap blade grinders in the past, and this is my first burr grinder. I did a lot of research and read a lot of reviews of different grinders. I was originally looking for something in the $50-$75 range, but this grinder had better reviews than most of the other grinders in the higher price ranges. I am very happy with this grinder. I have had it for about a week now and have made fresh ground coffee every morning and have had no problems whatsoever.

It is not very noisy (not even half as noisy as a blender). I also really like the ability to store beans in the dish on top. I usually make a full 12 cup pot of coffee, so the first time I ground with this machine I set the little lever on the front to 12. It actually ground more coffee than what I would normally use for a full pot, and I like my coffee strong too. I changed the lever to 6, and that is the perfect amount of fresh ground coffee to make a full 12 cup pot. I also put the "fineness" dial on 4.5, which works really well for my Cuisinart drip coffee maker.

After reading tons of reviews of different grinders, and after buying this one and using it for a week, I can honestly say that at $33, this is probably one of the best coffee grinders you will find at that price point. Highly recommended.

**UPDATE 5-22-2012**
After owning this grinder for a month now and using it every day, I have had absolutely zero problems. It works like it should every single time. Very happy with this purchase.
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