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Hamilton Beach 80365 Custom Grind Hands-Free Coffee Grinder, Platinum

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  • Removable grinding chamber for easy filling and dishwasher cleanup
  • Great for coffee and spices
  • Hands-free grinding
  • Precise cup & fineness settings for perfect results
  • Hidden cord storage
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 4.8 x 8.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000FBYRMQ
  • Item model number: 80365
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (863 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Hamilton Beach one touch coffee bean grinder . Hands free operation with five different automatic coffee flavor settings. Grinder chamber makes up to 12 -cups of coffee beans at a time. Internal cord storage & cleaning brush included. Removable & dishwasher safe stainless grinding chamber .


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Customer Reviews

I bought mine three years ago and it still works as well as it did when I first bought it!
Angmezz
Will never buy a hamilton beach product again......you would be better off buying another brand.
T. Cannariato
I love that it is "Hands Free"... put the beans in, set the cup amount, push the button...done!
Bonnie Friedl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

648 of 654 people found the following review helpful By Golden on April 11, 2007
I too read all the reviews... I spent several hours, so let me save you the trouble. This item is sturdy, washable, compact, and grinds beans for anywhere from 4-12 cups of coffee.

I use it for both my 2 cup french press and my percolator, when my mill & brew coffee maker, which I have two carafs and 3 baskets for, is busy. We really get into coffee here - I must have 10 varieties of beans in the freezer.

It also did a fabulous job grinding hazelnuts very fine for a cookie dough where the hazelnuts were, in effect, part of the flour.

I do love that the grinder basket and top can go in the dishwasher, and the little brush that is stowed on the back is a thoughtful and utilized addition.

The only drawback would be that if you are only making 2 cups of coffee and you want a course grind, you have to let the machine think you're making 8 cups, by moving the cup setting, as this machine is intended to grind beans for a minimum of 4 cups. When I make enough coffee for my percolator, I can get an intermediate course grind with no problem.

What sold me was this: After I read all the reviews I went to my local "megamart," found the grinders, opened up the boxes of the makes I wanted to compare, and I literally took things apart and put them back together.

Like another reviewer warned, stay away from those other grinders with the tiny (you can barely see them) plastic pins that engage the start button. Once those bits of plastic break off, you're SOL.

This is a very reasonably priced maker which I've had for 6 months. I love it so much, that for much of that time I've felt just a bit guilty that I hadn't yet praised this maker on Amazon. With that done - it's time to grind some beans. :) Enjoy.

PS: It looks very pretty/handsome on the counter.
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185 of 190 people found the following review helpful By KSM on December 5, 2007
This is the best coffee grinder I have purchased (it is my 3rd over the past 10 years). This one is the best for multiple reasons 1) I dont have to continue to hold the button while it grinds, I hit the button once and it grinds and stops when the coffee is perfectly ground. 2) It has a deep container for holding the ground beans. Before I could only grind a small amount and than when I removed the lid it would be messy. 3) It has several different grinds to choose from all the way to a very fine espresso 4) It is styling and has a great hide away area for the cord.

What else is there? It is perfect.
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183 of 193 people found the following review helpful By snutz on June 11, 2011
This is my first hands-free coffee grinder. I had it about 2 yrs and liked it pretty well. It mysteriously stopped working a week ago as in other reviews. Instead of pitching it, I decided to pull it apart to learn why it died. Upon inspection, there's a switch that is activated by locking down the lid. The contacts are not sealed and had a coffee residue preventing conduction. All it takes is a quick scrape and it worked good as new. As for disassembly/reassembly, the biggest obstacle is the triangle-head screw in the bottom (I used a flat blade bit that just fit in one side). The other trick is placing the cleaned-up switch in the space on the outer housing before sliding everything back together. The whole job will take about 30 minutes so you'll have to decide if it's worthwhile. I should also mention that I fully expect this to happen again in a year or so. Good luck. This is the Achilles' Heel of an other wise great product.
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234 of 283 people found the following review helpful By M. Gates on October 7, 2008
Let me start off by saying that I worked for very large coffee retailer (you can probably guess whom)for MANY years, and have had extensive training in the coffee making process -- from growing, harvesting, drying and roasting to grinding and brewing, so maybe my review is a bit harsh.

Anyway, I purchased this product in a moment of desperation because I wanted an inexpensive grinder to make my coffee in the morning while I save enough money to buy a nicer espresso machine. I have a French press and use (well, USED) the grinder on a daily basis. I didn't spend much on it, so I didn't expect peak performance; and at first, it got the job done. My major complaint was, as other reviewers said, it doesn't grind evenly. Even on the most coarse setting, you will wind up with some large chunks, some the appropriate size, and some fine dust. It doesn't matter if you fill it and grind 12 cups at a time, or grind it little by little, or what setting it's on.

Now, I haven't had the blasted thing but four months, and it's already out of commission. The blades are have dulled considerable and yesterday it died completely -- won't even turn on. My recommendation? Don't waste your money on this plastic piece of junk, no matter how dire your need for a grinder. I wouldn't buy this again. In fact, based on this experience, I'm not sure I would buy ANY other Hamilton Beach product. If you love coffee enough to take the time to grind and brew your own, you obviously prefer a superior coffee experience, and to brew the best cup, you need grounds of a consistent size. You also need a grinder that works. Which isn't this one. Spend a little extra and get a burr grinder.
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68 of 80 people found the following review helpful By B. Tinant on February 25, 2007
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I bought this as a gift for my husband-after reading a hundred reviews, I made my choice. This little machine doesn't do anything fancy- it grinds beans-we haven't used it for anything else since we bought it to grind beans. It does a great job-it's easily put together, nothing spills, it's easily used-not much else to say.
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