Bodum Bistro Electric Burr Coffee Grinder, Green
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- Continuously adjustable with over 14 grind settings from coarse to fine
- Borosilicate glass catcher reduces static that causes jumping coffee grounds
- Proven as the best way to grind coffee, the burr grinder is adjustable to deliver the proper grind for your favorite brewing method
- Timed grinding feature and quick grind button let you set the exactly the amount of time you need to grind the proper amount of coffee
- Available in black, orange, red, green, and white
- NOTE: User manual and User guide has been uploaded - kindly refer it
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Bodum Burr Coffee Grinder
Grinder crushes beans between stainless steel conical burrs rather than slicing them which preserves bean’s intrinsic flavor and aroma.
Bodum Bistro Electric Burr Coffee Grinder
Ask any coffee connoisseur and they'll tell you that in order for coffee beans to develop their full flavor profile, they must be ground right before coming in contact with hot water. The burr grinder is continuously adjustable - twisting the upper bean container determines how finely ground the beans will be. 12 settings from coarse to fine, you can deliver the ideal grind for any brewing method. The Bistro coffee grinder comes with a borosilicate glass container to catch the grounds. The glass catcher is inherently static-free, reducing the amount of overall static and 'jumping' coffee grounds. This and the tight silicone lid make for an excellent, no-spill coffee grinder.
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Lid to keep beans fresh and provides an easy to read measuring guide underneath.
Conical stainless steel burr grinder provides a consistent grind; no sharpening required.
The catcher is made of anti-static borosilicate glass so the fine coffee grounds don’t cling to it. Lid keeps beans fresh.
The silicone band around the grinder body prevents slipping and allows for a firm grip.
Bodum Bistro Electric Burr Aluminum Coffee Grinder, Chrome
-Programmable time function for even easier handling.
-Tightly fitting plastic lid keeps the grounds from spilling.
-Equipped with a friction clutch, preventing damage to the grinding gear by the presence of small stones.
-New metal body made of 100% Aluminum.
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|Item Dimensions||7.6 x 7.1 x 12.5 in||7.6 x 7.1 x 12.5 in||10.75 x 7.13 x 6 in||5 x 7.75 x 10.5 in||6.29 x 4.72 x 13.77 in||8.37 x 12.12 x 7.62 in|
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Ask any coffee connoisseur and they'll tell you that in order for coffee beans to develop their full flavor profile, they must be ground right before coming in contact with hot water. This is where the bistro electric burr coffee grinder comes in and becomes part of the coffee making ritual. The Bistro is continuously adjustable - twisting the upper bean container determines how finely ground the beans will be. With over 14 settings from coarse to fine, you can deliver the ideal grind for any brewing method. But there's more to it than that. Most coffee grinders use plastic containers to receive the ground coffee but plastic and ground coffee don't go together well. The powder gets statically charged and spills all over the place. The new Bistro comes with a borosilicate glass container to catch the grounds. The glass catcher is inherently static-free, reducing the amount of overall static and "jumping" coffee grounds. This and the tight silicone/nylon lid make for an excellent, no-spill coffee grinder. The borosilicate glass container comes with a silicone band to make it slip-proof, an especially important feature when touched with wet hands. The Bistro is made from borosilicate glass, steel, plastic, rubber and silicone and comes in black, orange, red, green, and white.
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Noise: It does make noise, but hey, it's a coffee grinder! It's actually not that loud and it's a pleasant sound, more of a deep rumble than a loud whir. Many other grinders make a louder, more high-pitched sound that is difficult to talk over, but you can talk over this one if you really want to say something that badly ;)
Grind: It has convenient markings to show the grind most people prefer for French press, espresso, and drip coffee, but it also has several setting in between them so you can make just about any grind you want. In addition, this is the most even coarse grind I've seen so far for the French press, which us French pressers know is extremely important. I've used the pre-set markings for all three grind types and several setting in between, and it's been right on the money for what it says it will do.
Amount: Not everyone uses the same amount of coffee beans for the amount of coffee they want to drink, which many other models in this price range just don't seem to understand. Not the Bodum - It has a timer you can set for how long you want it to grind rather than being set for how big your coffee pot is, and it also has a button to turn it off if the beans are done before the timer. So strong or weak, this will grind just the right amount for you. It also has a hopper if you don't mind storing beans in the grinder. Personally I only put the amount of beans in there that I am using for the coffee I am making at the moment, which means fresher beans for each cup. Bit of a coffee fantastic maybe.
Appearance: Picture is exactly what it looks like, but honestly it looks nicer on the counter. My kitchen isn't exactly cosmo but I'm a little picky about how it looks and not all small appliances are allowed to stay out. I love how this looks and it gets to live right out in the open. Really brightens up the counter.
Can't think of anything negative to say about it, it's really the most versatile and user friendly for the money.
Before you leave this review thinking I'm some kind of pinky-up, sissy hipster whose beard is his only sign of masculinity, let me say that I brew a pot of french press coffee every single morning, and their is no manlier way to drink coffee. The results are rich, creamy and packed with flavor. In all seriousness, though, if you think higher-quality coffee brewing methods are overrated, you're missing out.
The Bodum Bistro is an awesome-looking device, very Bauhaus in design - mine is lime green. Looks great on the counter, but the key thing is that it works well. Durable steel bit and bore, with a heavy duty plastic housing which I was initially unsure of, but has stood up to almost a year's faithful grinding with no visible wear and tear. I have found the top bin, which also rotates the grind selector from fine to coarse, to be loose when set on the coarsest (french press) setting, which requires me to put a hand on top of the bin while grinding. Not sure if that's something a good cleaning will fix, and it doesn't bother me, but aside from that the whole unit is a one-touch button press to grind just the right amount of coffee. I set it to 11 seconds for a 32-oz. french press, and the whole thing takes not more than 20 seconds to get from whole bean to the french press carafe. Definitely shortens the prep time compared to grinding beans for a drip maker using a traditional cheap blade grinder.
The color is vivid, flat avocado green, and I love the way it looks in my kitchen. However it is plastic, and if you only have high-end appliances on your countertop, I could see how it may look cheap next to them.
In terms of loudness, it's not quiet, but it doesn't have that high piercing sound that previous grinders of mine have had.
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