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Espressione Professional Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Black/Silver


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  • 150W conical grinding motor
  • Commercial grade conical burrs, rotary selector with auto stop function, sturdy construction with slip resistant bottom and power cord wind feature
  • 15 grind settings, transparent bean container with large 8-1/2 ounce capacity for whole bean coffee
  • Anti-static transparent container holds 4 ounces of ground coffee
  • Measures 6.3-inch by 5.9-inch by 10.9-inch, 1-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 6.3 x 10.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003R50LP4
  • Item model number: MEC-5198
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,417 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Espressione's commercial quality grinder stands out from the rest with its powerful grinding conical mechanism and precision controlled engineering. Large 8.5 ounce hopper and 15 levels of grinding all provide convenience and versatility. Whether brewing coffee or making an espresso the grinder can complete the job fast. The finest setting is ideal for preparing Turkish coffee, which is a rare feature to find in a grinder. A built-in timer with quantity measure can make from 2 to 10 cups in a matter of seconds and will stop automatically when ready. Espressione Professional Conical Burr Coffee Grinder has an advanced conical burr design to reduce the amount of friction and heat thus preserving coffee flavor and aroma. The coffee container holds up to 4 ounces of grounds and remains sealed during grinding and is anti-static. Superior functions and smart design make Espressione Professional Conical Burr Coffee Grinder the ideal commercial quality grinder for your home and office.


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Customer Reviews

My coffee tastes so much better!
Roger and Shanell
The grounds become so full of static that they seem to be jumping out of the grounds-catcher when I remove it from the machine and it gets worse when I remove the lid.
danigrrrl
It is so much better than the old blade grinder we used to use.
S. Metzger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jeannine Otchis on October 4, 2010
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This is quieter than most conical burr coffee grinders. The ground coffee beans so far have been of a consistent size. Seems to grind consistently and quickly for my needs. So far, I am impressed. The disappointment came when I attempted to clean the machine. The upper conical burr that is supposed to be easily lifted out is locked or frozen and cannot be removed. Although electra craft has responded to my emails regarding this matter, to send it in for repairs will be at my expense. It is still under warranty. I am not sure that I want to invest any more money with expensive shipping charges to and from. I could by another unit somewhere else for less money. My advice, buy a coffee grinder locally where you can return it if it doesn't work.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Ben on December 23, 2010
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I never write reviews, but I thought I should for this to help keep people from buying a product they might not be happy with. I found many flaws with this grinder and was not at all satisfied. First, the description and instruction booklet aren't accurate. There are 15 grind settings, not 10 (but they aren't actually very different between grinds -- see below). The upper burr can be removed (with significant difficulty) and lower can't be removed. This makes brushing out and cleaning the deeper parts of the grinder fairly difficult. Also, the instruction booklet advises against filling the ground coffee container above the max fill line, but there IS no max line on the ground coffee container. In actual use, I was not at all satisfied with the quality of grind this grinder produced. I used this for french press coffee and the grinder doesn't grind coarse enough or consistently. There was a lot of dust and smaller bits so that when I would go to press my pot, the plunger would stop about halfway down and become too difficult to press. I also noticed that between the coarsest and finest grind settings, there is hardly any difference. I don't make Turkish coffee or espresso, but I tried grinding at many settings and the resulting ground coffee was only adequate for drip brewing. Fine grinding isn't too fine and coarse is definitely too fine. Finally, the ground coffee container IS NOT anti-static as advertised.

For the same price, you can find a similar burr grinder with a large bean hopper that produces a MUCH better grind in terms of consistency and dust. See the Bodum Bistro Burr grinder. This grinder's price is the same and it produces a wider variety of grind sizes and has a glass ground coffee container that greatly reduces static even in the driest of climates.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Patty MacDuffie on August 8, 2011
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My experience is totally the opposite of some of these reviews. First, it is not quiet, it sounds something like the vacuum cleaner - but that doesn't bother me for the time it takes to grind enough coffee for a cup.

I've started grinding again recently as I've been buying my beans in bulk (cheaper). Pulled out my old Pavani, which I use for regular coffee, and bought this Espressione unit which I use for decaf. I only do one cup at a time.

The grind is beautifully fine (and consistent) - and I could go finer if I wanted to, which would be several grinds finer than my Pavoni gives me. Whenever I finish grinding with the Pavani, there are grounds sticking to the top and sides of the gound coffee hamper; I open it up and get a certain amount of ground coffee around the counter area. When I grind with the Espressioni there is very little static, no coffee is stuck to the lid and very little to the sides and bottom. My counter stays completely clean, and I don't waste any coffee.

In contrast to another reviewer, my ground coffee container does have a max line, but I don't get anywhere near it grinding one cup's worth at a time.

I plan on buying a second one for my regular coffee, it is such a pleasure to use!

Added 25 Sept 11: I purchased a second grinder, this time from Amazon. There are differences from the first. The labels on the grind coarseness/fineness are different. The first one labels them clearly from fine to coarse, with several degrees you can choose in between. The second one labels only 1 to 15, and I had to hunt through the manual to find where it said which end was fine and which was coarse.

As one reviewer complained above, there is indeed no marking for MAX on the cup.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By danigrrrl on February 15, 2011
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Many burr grinders deal with static so I was expecting some, but not to the degree that the Espressione Professional Burr grinder has. The grounds become so full of static that they seem to be jumping out of the grounds-catcher when I remove it from the machine and it gets worse when I remove the lid. It is quite messy and impossible to control. While I am happy with the quality of the grind, I am wasting too much coffee in addition to the frustrating mess I am left with after use. If I grind more than one catcher-ful, it is difficult to replace because it is a tight fit and even more so with grounds in or around the cup . I would not recommend this appliance. There are many others to choose from and I will be buying a replacement soon.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gabent on January 10, 2012
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I just got this and had to try it out. I am a advid expresso drinker so I will always grind a fine powder. This is my first burr grinder, having owned a couple of regular blade grinders in the past. It came with relatively easy to understand instructions. I made sure I read them through and disassembled what I could on the grinder prior to my first use so I would know how to clean it. I filled the beans in the above hopper, set the grind settings to the finest, set the cup amount to 5 cups, and pressed the start button. Much to my surprise it was actually quieter than the blade grinders I used in the past. It ran for about 20 seconds and gave me enough grounds for a pot of my expresso. Very pleased at this point, very impressed, and would recommend it for anyone else that wants to purchase a machine for home use. I think it will last and it has a nice appearance to even set on my counter top.
Update: 1/25/12: Still going strong Grinding exactly as I described previously, cleaned once and use it daily Hoorah!
Update: 2/24/12: This grinder is very easy to clean with a brush. I still use it daily and now I can honestly say I can tell the difference in the roasting process of different coffees,what I mean is I can tell if the beans have been over roasted or if the beans themselves are fresh or not. Still working stong everyday. I still say a great grinder.
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