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Mr. Coffee Electric Coffee Grinder with Chamber Maid Cleaning System

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  • Measures 4-1/2 by 4 by 8-inch; 1-year limited warranty.
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe grinding chamber; cord storage
  • Chamber maid cleaning system; bowl scraper disLodges coffee from grinding area
  • 3 Grind settings; wide upper collar; flip-top lid for mess-free filling and emptying
  • Electric coffee grinder grinds 4 to 12 cups for precision brewing
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4 x 4 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000BRLXUI
  • Item model number: IDS77
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (625 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Black

The Mr. Coffee IDS77 coffee grinder makes personalizing 4-12 cups of coffee easy. You can choose your grind setting from fine to course and the removable grinding chamber and wide opening lid create less mess and allow for easy pouring. The exclusive Chamber Maid(tm) Cleaning System cleans grounds from chamber walls leaving no messy residue and less coffee waste.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
Felicia Burford
While you do have to hold the button down the whole time it grinds, it does shut itself off when finished, which is nice.
Suzanne Deshong
Flip top lid and pour spout only serve to help you spill more grounds.
Ryan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

585 of 591 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Marsh on October 26, 2006
Color Name: Black
This coffee grinder was an impulse purchase and I was fully prepared to return it because I didn't expect it to work as advertised. To my astonishment, the darned thing actually does a pretty good job. I have tried several coffee grinders over the years and have ended up giving all of them away to friends and family. I gave up on burr grinders because they are messy, hard to clean, produce a bitter powder, and are so noisy you almost need earplugs to use them. The blade grinders I have tried produced an inconsistent grind size and you have to experiment with the number of seconds it takes to get the grind right for the quantity of coffee you want to make. If you want to make more cups or less, you have to experiment all over again with the number of seconds you need to grind the beans. I ended up just having the coffee shop grind my Kenya AA beans for me and I buy smaller amounts so the coffee won't go stale before I can use it all.

This Mr.Coffee grinder is the only one I've ever tried that I think I can live with. First of all, this is a $19.95 grinder and not a $300 precision instrument designed to produce a perfect cup of expresso. Within those parameters, it does a really good job. The electronic grind and cup quantity settings take all of the guess work out of using a blade grinder. With this grinder, you use the guide on the side of the unit to measure your beans, choose a grind setting and the number of cups of coffee you want to make and a processor apparently calculates everything for you. You just hold the grind button down and the machine turns itself off after the correct number of seconds. No grind time experimentation is needed and the machine seems to get the grind just right all by itself.
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168 of 170 people found the following review helpful By kno-it-all on September 8, 2006
Color Name: Black
When I look for a coffee grinder, I look for 4 things:

1) Noise: This grinder is fairly noisy, but then again, so are most grinders. On a scale of 1-10 as far as noisyness goes compared to other grinders, I'd give it a 7.

2) Consistency: I like to grind my coffee coarse for french press; this grinder isn't very good at making a consistent coarse grind. However, if you want a regular grind for drip coffee or a fine grind for expresso, it does a really good job at that.

3) Static: I hate it whenever you pull the top off of a grinder to get the coffee out and tiny grind go flying everywhere--I've never had a problem with this grinder. You can open the top and pour the grinds out (which is difficult to do if you're trying to get it into a small container because the spout itself is not much different from the lip of a cup) or you can scoop the grinds out, which I preferto do anyway to double measure stuff (old habit).

4) Cleaning: This grinder has a removable top that you can take apart, which makes cleaning very easy. It also says it has a "Chaimber Maid" system...all that is is three thin plastic "claws" that hug the inside of the grinding chamber which you rotate awkwardly so that they scrape the sides of the chamber. It's neat, but unnecessary.

Other features:

There is a "cord storage" system that is a bit of a hassle to use because it requires you to coil the cord into a groove under the grinder (when you get the grinder only a short bit of the cord is shown, and the rest is coiled.
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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Rhonda Peters on July 27, 2009
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I have tried several types of coffee grinders, but the Mr. Coffee Grinder is the best! It not only grinds coffee, but is also awesome for making pesto and other quick spreads! It's easy to use and easy to clean.
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231 of 255 people found the following review helpful By coffeelover on February 7, 2010
My husband purchased this product for my birthday a couple of years ago. I always grind my own coffee for breakfast and sometimes grind it for lunch. After a year I noticed the plastic arms (or scrapers) were getting very thin and one of them had even broken. I emailed customer service about the problem and they sent me a new grinding bowl. I looked at the new bowl, saw the arms were thick and thought the company had realized there was a design flaw and changed it. I began using the new grinding bowl and now it is a year later. I just noticed that the plastic arms are getting thin again. This could only mean that this grinder slowly grinds the plastic arms. And that you are drinking very finely ground plastic every time you drink a cup of coffee made from the beans you have freshly ground. Is this healthy? I think not!
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85 of 91 people found the following review helpful By moroboshi on May 21, 2007
Color Name: Black
First off, I have to say that many of the people who have complaints about this grinder may not have actually taken the extra few seconds to read the manual and understand how the device works. The grinder does a great job and my coffee is always perfect.

to address some issues that others had:

1. The plastic cleaning blade inside the grinding bowl needs to be manually spun (with your finger) to loosen the packed coffee grounds. Usually a single revolution will accomplish this task, then you can put this coffee in the maker!

2. This grinder makes it easy to get the coffee into your coffee maker -- someone was complaining that it was more difficult to clean or use because it comes apart -- this makes it really easy! Detach the bowl from the motor assembly with a short, counter clockwise turn of the wrist, and do the same with the lid (extremely easy, I assure you) -- then dump the coffee from the grinding bowl into your filter, use your finger to agitate the plastic cleaning blade for a second or two to get as much usable coffee out of the bowl as possible, then wash out the bowl with a little water, and dry it with a towel (it is important to dry it immediately to avoid any chance for oxidation) - and you're done! I am not sure why a previous reviewer was using a spoon or scoop to get the coffee out of the bowl -- that's why it detaches from the base! The bowl is marked on the side so you will know what amount of beans to use -- after a few experiments, it is very easy to judge how high to fill it. I just can't understand how it could be more difficult to clean the bowl when it is separate from the base than to clean a grinder that does not detach from the electrical portion...

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