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Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill
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- Removable grind chamber holds enough ground coffee for 32 cups. Dimensions : 6.00 L x 7.13 W x 10.75 H inches. Cord length : 34 Inches
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Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill
Discover the difference that freshly ground beans make to your coffee, with the Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill! The elegant brushed stainless steel Cuisinart burr mill boasts 18 levels to grind your coffee beans, from ultra-fine to extra-coarse. With an automatic stop, your beans are guaranteed to be consistently ground to the right grade, maximizing the oils, aromas, and flavors for a better cup of coffee. Grind enough coffee to make 4-18 cups, and store any remaining grounds in the chamber.
- Burr grinding provides uniform grind and optimum flavor
- Elegant stainless steel styling with convenient cord storage
- 18-position grind selector - from ultra-fine to extra-coarse
- 4 to 18-cup slide dial and removable 8 oz. bean hopper
- Removable grind chamber holds enough ground coffee for 32 cups
- Separate one-touch power bar, heavy-duty motor and scoop/cleaning Brush
- Electric timer automatically shuts off unit when grind cycle is complete
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|Item Dimensions||10.75 x 7.13 x 6.00 inches||8.40 x 7.90 x 12.80 inches||5.00 x 7.75 x 10.50 inches||7.87 x 7.87 x 3.94 inches||5.00 x 5.00 x 9.00 inches||4.70 x 6.30 x 13.80 inches|
|Item Weight||4.50 lbs||4.40 lbs||3.00 lbs||—||1.75 lbs||6.83 lbs|
|Material||Stainless Steel||stainless-steel||ABS and stainless steel||18/8 Steel||—||Black Plastic|
Discover the difference that freshly ground beans make to your coffee, with the Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill! The elegant brushed stainless steel Cuisinart burr mill boasts 18 levels to grind your coffee beans, from ultra-fine to extra-coarse. With an automatic stop, your beans are guaranteed to be consistently ground to the right grade, maximizing the oils, aromas, and flavors for a better cup of coffee. Grind enough coffee to make 4-18 cups, and store any remaining grounds in the chamber. Do not place this appliance on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven
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I had been grinding a measured amount of beans sufficient for one mug-full of coffee daily. I consistently cleaned the grind chamber after each use and thoroughly cleaned the bean hopper, burr grinding plates and the grind release area once weekly.
This product, The Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill, has long been criticized for:
-Noisy during operation: Short of taking a reading with a decibel meter, I found it to be unacceptably loud. But that is my opinion.
-The grind size is inconsistent on all settings: Not that much of a problem for me but again, subjective on my part.
-The grinding times are not dependable: Even when set for the longest grinding time, the burr mill would routinely stop before completely grinding the 35g of beans that I had pre-measured. Since I never relied on this feature to begin with, that this function routinely failed to operate correctly was an annoyance but not an important feature for me.
The mediocre performance of this machine gave me little user satisfaction but I was at least able to make a decent cup of coffee with the fresh grounds that it so ineptly produced. Despite this machine's considerable number of flaws, I would not have reviewed this product had it at least continued to work. I would have lived with the sub-entry-level-grinder deficiencies that plague this machine which at this price point are not unreasonable to expect.
That the Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill utterly failed after such a short period of light usage and regular care and that so many others reported having had a similar experience, are the facts that I cannot overlook. These are facts that I believe to be worthy of your consideration before making this purchase my friends.
Why do we like it?
* It has a nice look with the majority being shiny stainless steel housing.
* The hopper on the top holds a half pound of beans.
* You have a choice of 6 settings for every type of grind you choose.
* It does great on coarse grind for our French Press coffee, very uniform.
* You hit the button and it stops when it is done grinding.
* Once you figure out what grind you like, how much you want and what setting you prefer it is a simple process and then you just have to decide what kind of bean you want in there. It does the rest.
* It is fairly easy to clean up, doesn't take up too much space and best of all it works great and does it all quite fast.
If either of us had anything negative to say about it, we'd have to say it is loud, but then if you aren't hand grinding, what isn't loud when it comes to grinding coffee via electricity?
We're happy with the product or we wouldn't have purchased a second one of the same exact type eight years after the first one. Plus, it must be others feel the same because eight years later the company is still making the same model! Hope if you get one you like it!
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Puntos a favor:
Excelente construcción, cuenta con partes de plástico pero el cuerpo del molino es macizo y de buenos materiales.
Es fácil de usar y no requiere mucho mantenimiento.
El molido es mucho más consistente que con los molinos en forma cilíndrica de $400 pesos.
Puntos en contra:
El sonido es considerable y compite con una liquadora.
El recipiente donde se desposita el café se rayó en la primera lavada, es de esos plásticos que se rayan fácilmente como el de los acabado tipo negro piano.
No puedes moler cafés con muchos aceites (tueste oscuro). Yo lo comencé a utilizar con los cafés de la marca Kirkland que compro directamente desde la página de Costco y al moler un depósito completo (250 gramos) terminaba saturado y hacia que el café al final se moliera muy fino de estar forma le quitaba consistencia en cuanto a grosor. Y la limpieza al usar ésta marca de café en específico tenía que ser rigurosa debido a todo el café atorado por la gran cantidad de aceites.
¿Por qué me gustó?
Al utilizarlo con una marca de café diferente (SF Bay Coffee) y con un tueste mediano, el molino funcionó de maravilla aunque todavía tengo un poco el problema de la estática. Para ello mezclo 5 gotitas de agua en el depósito lleno y revuelvo el café para darle humedad, también recomendaría poner papel aluminio en la tapa y en una pared del depósito para tratar de eliminar la mayor cantidad de estática y obtener un mejor molido.
Creo que no es apto para otros métodos de café pero sí eres alguien (como yo) que se levanta a las 5 de la mañana y quieres tener un café delicioso al usar una máquina de goteo, entonces te recomendaría mucho éste molino. Sí gustas usarlo para espresso, te recomendaría uno de Baratza o el modelo mucho más caro de Cuisinart que tiene pantalla y sí utilizas Hario V60, Prensa Francesa o Aeropress, te recomendaría comprar el molino manual Hario Skerton Pro.
Compra palillos para brochetas y una brocha para pintar pequeña, corta las puntas como 1/3 (para mayor firmeza). Con el palillo para brochetas quito todo el café acumulado donde está la aspa y termino de retirar los pequeños restos con la brocha. Te recomiendo realizar éste proceso 1 vez a la semana o cada que muelas un depósito de café completo. Yo no he tenido la necesidad de utilizar arroz precocido para limpiarlo (como se recomienda en varios lados), creo que mi método es más sencillo y sin desperdiciar arroz. Jamás he tenido aromas o sabores rancios.
Usually, when a manufacturer realizes it has made something good, it gets taken off the market, so better get one while it lasts. I could never understand this illogical behavior. Hopefully the people at Cuisinart are different and keep selling this.
Yes it is messy, the plastic container and the lid are plastic and not convenient at all.
There is enough grind setting you dont need more than that.
Its grinding very well from fine to coarse.
It's an excellent price and looks good on the counter.
The grinds can find their way onto the counter, but I'm just careful not to make a mess ... and if you do so what? Just use your hand to clean it up. It's not a big deal.
It is loud - but for all of 10 seconds. Again, not a big deal. My kid loves to watch it grind up the beans - he loves the sound it makes.
This one is great...one touch control and doesn't wake the neighbours three blocks down. We are happy!!!
My disappointment is that it did not even last 9 months! Just stopped grinding. I have cleaned it etc... but it is done! If you are looking for a grinder that will last you a couple of years.... buy something else.