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KRUPS F203 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel Blades, 3-Ounce, Black
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- Electric grinder with 200-watt motor provides fast grinding
- Large grinding capacity yields up to 12 cups of coffee
- Oval design and stainless steel blades ensure uniform grinding
- Versatile unit grinds spices, nuts, and grains
- Lid activated safety switch; 200 watts; 2 year worldwide warranty
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Why Is Fresh Ground Coffee so Important?
There is nothing like a hot cup of coffee in the morning. Every professional barista will tell you that preparing a cup of coffee or espresso is a real art and a precise science. It can take years to perfect every step of the process. And this process begins with freshly ground beans. In fact, coffee beans loses 40% of their aroma in the minutes following the grinding process. In other words, the best cup of coffee or espresso anyone can get comes from freshly ground beans. Because KRUPS mission is to provide the perfect in-cup result, we have developed the KRUPS 203 grinder to enable each and every coffee lover to get the same professional results from a coffee shop. .. at home.
Compact, modern and convenient the KRUPS coffee grinder will allow for an easy grinding in few seconds : from a coarse "turkish coffee" grind size to a fine espresso grind, enjoy as many drinks as your household would like at the touch of a button. Versatile, the KRUPS 203 grinder will also allow to chop spices, nuts or crackers to enhance summer salads or gourmet desserts.
Bold design, precision, ingenuity and unwavering craftsmanship uniquely define the philosophy of the leading brand Robert KRUPS created in 1846. Starting with the most precise scales in the world, Robert KRUPS diversified the brand portfolio launching historical products such as the first electrical coffee grinder, the 3-Mix hand mixer or the Onco Coffee Maker. Soon identified as one key player in the coffee and espresso industry, KRUPS has continued growing, exporting the German high quality products across the globe. Today, KRUPS perpetuates the high standards of quality that have been set more than 150 years ago and put Passion, Precision and Perfection at the heart of each and every product.
Top Customer Reviews
This grinder is perfect for anybody with a coffee maker that uses #4 paper CONE filters (or slightly bigger or smaller). I emphasize PAPER because a permanent filter is not good for this grinder. Like any blade grinder, it will produce some dust. That creeps through the permafilter and into your pot is makes sludge. It sloppies up your coffee. Nothing gets through paper filters though.
It also grinds coffee fine. You really don't have a choice. It is ok for espresso as well if you are not a connoisseur. If you try a coarse grind with this unit, you will be out of luck. If you don't grind long enough, you will leave a few beans whole or in large pieces.
If you need anything other than a fine grind and don't mind using paper filters (I prefer them), then look no further.
I deducted a star because it has limitations, but the truth is, for probably 80% of the coffee drinkers out there, this grinder is all you need.
As for the coffee, this little [U.S. currency with Andrew Jackson's portrait] gadget grinds from coarse to espresso, and all you have to do is a "one-mississippi, two-mississippi" until you get it down which mississippi gives you the coffee you want. Yes, blades will heat up the beans, but keeping the beans in the freezer mitigates that, and that's where you really oughta keep 'em anyway, for freshness' sake. As for coffee dust on the sides, I only get that anymore when I come home with a brand new can of Sumatra Lintong from Trader Joe's, and just won't wait for the beans to cool down! Otherwise, cold beans = no caked-on dust. As for getting grounds all over the counter, here's a little trick: when you're done grinding, turn it over (lid still on, please!) and give the whole thing a tap or two on the countertop. Bingo - lid now full of grounds, ready to carry to your coffee maker. (Speaking of... based in no small part on reviews here, we're getting a Braun KF187, and I can't wait to see if it really makes coffee as well as everyone raves. But I digress...)
We also bought a second one of these for spices, and recently even used it to bail us out of a no-confectioner's-sugar bind. Threw in some raw turbinado sugar, crossed fingers, gave it a whirl, and pressed on, MacGyver style...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grinds well however you have to pick the whole grinder up to pour out and typically makes a mess every time you use it.Published 5 hours ago by Roger J. Bailey
Works very well for price I can make enough coffee for my makeup brewer at one timePublished 9 hours ago by michael
This was great the first few times I used it. The motor died after the fourth use. Didn't last.Published 13 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Only used this for spices. Used about 5 times. After the 4th time, blades didn't want to work. Fussed with them and they worked...for the 5th (and final) time. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Evon S. Glass
Easy to use. Great product and I love grinding my coffee fresh in the morning.Published 1 day ago by Jessica