Braun KSM2-BLK Aromatic Coffee Grinder, Black
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- Grinds beans for up to 12 cups of coffee
- Powerful 150-watt motor provides quick grinding without overheating
- Graduated measuring scale on transparent lid
- Stainless-steel blades; safety on/off switch and cord storage
- Measures 3-3/8 by 3-3/8 by 7-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
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|Dimensions||4 inches x 8.5 inches x 4.2 inches||6 inches x 10.75 inches x 7.13 inches||10.1 inches x 5 inches x 6.3 inches||10.4 inches x 4.29 inches x 7.24 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.65 pounds||4.7 pounds||4.7 pounds||4 pounds|
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If you like freshly ground coffee, you can't go wrong with this simple and efficient grinder. Package this with a pound of whole beans, and you've got a great gift.
I've always had good luck with Braun appliances, so chose this sleek and easy little grinder, which is simple to operate and clean; it only has one lever, with the fineness of the grind determined by how long you press it down, and the progress is visible through the clear top. For an extra fine grind, use less beans for best results...there is a warning to not "overheat the motor", which would probably be the result of grinding too many beans at one time for too long.
Cleaning is a snap: The top rinses out, and a swipe with a paper towel cleans out the grinding cup, which is part of the motorized section, and the bottom has a handy spool for use as a cord wrap.
Now my little kitchen area is permeated with the smell of fresh coffee, my lattes taste better than ever, and I have the new adventure of trying out different types of beans, and delight in the wondrous world of gourmet coffee !
-- Price - a great value for the joy of drinking fresh ground coffee in the morning.
-- Quality - I've owned my grinder for a few years now, and it has been very consistent in it's ability to grind beans.
-- Storage - if you'll notice the picture - there seems to be a small disc below the grinder. This is actually a sort of column to wrap the power cord around. Takes up about as much space as a can of lysol.
-- Only one, she can be a messy booger sometimes.
The great thing about having your own grinder is that you get to decide how fine the grind is. Sometimes, I want an especially strong and textured coffee, and so I'll make something close to or beyond what might be an espresso grind (the consistency is something like dust). Sometimes, I want a regular grind for my drippy coffee maker. Either way, with your own coffee grinder you are not bound to the limits of mass produced, pre-ground coffee!
The grinder has a knack of compacting some of the finer grinds below the blades. I've found that this may be fought via two avenues (I know folks have their own remedies, but here's my two cents).
The first is to hold the measuring cup tight on top of the grinder while holding the entire product upside down. Then, beat the bottom of the grinder (the disc I mentioned earlier)with the palm of your hand.
The other remedy is to vary your grinding. What I mean by this is to pulse grind your coffee instead of keeping your thumb on top of the device. The result is that the grinds themselves are sort of whipped around and knock the coffee below the blades loose.
Regarding my one con - my coffee grinder tends to leave small grinds and coffee dust on my counter. Understandably, this may be a result of my beating my grinder with the palm of my hand repeatedly.
When I want to grind spices I clean it out first by grinding white rice in it and then wiping it out with a slightly damp paper towel. (Unplug it before wiping it out.) Cleans up very nicely. The lid can be washed out with regular dish soap. Cloves can be a little tough to clean off the inside of the lid, they have a lot of oil that seems to stick more than other spices. Still, I love using fresh spices, so a little extra clean up effort is ok by me. If you want to grind cinnamon in this, break up the sticks first. I don't grind nutmeg in this grinder. I imagine the large nutmeg pods could reek havoc on the blades.
All in all, I'm very satisfied with this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tried a few "new" models; returned them all. When I found this pre owned one on Amazon, I jumped at it. As expected it works better than all the rest...period.Published 1 month ago by thomas checkie
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Received very quickly. As advertised. The unit I received looks and grinds close to a new unit. It does not sound the same as the one I already have (this one I use specifically... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Glenfield
Utterly Overpriced. The round mouth at the top is not advantageous to pouring the grind into your Melitta filter. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Amaro