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Cuisinart DCG-12BC Grind Central Coffee Grinder
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- Brushed stainless-steel housing; 90-gram gapacity--enough for 18 cups
- Heavy-duty motor and stainless steel blade assembly; On/Off switch with safety interlock
- Measurement markings; transparent cover
- Storage lid; cord storage; dishwasher-safe stainless-steel bowl
- Lid allows for extra coffee to be stored in grinding bowl
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Grind Central, Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder, On/Off Control For Simple Operation, Built In Safety Interlock Prevents Operation Unless Lid Is Securely Closed, Bowl Holds Up To 90 Grams Of Beans, Enough For Up To 18 Cups Of Coffee, Heavy Duty Motor & Stainless Steel Blades, Dishwasher Safe, Removable Stainless Steel Bowl Lid Allows For Extra Coffee To Be Stored In Grinding Bowl, Cord Storage.
Operating at low heat to preserve flavor and aroma, this big, sleek coffee grinder can handle a whopping 90 grams of beans at once, enough for 18 cups, and it grinds spices at well. State of the art from its safety shutoff to its stainless-steel blade to its wraparound power cord, the grinder lends a modern look to any countertop. --Fred Brack
Top customer reviews
I wonder if some of the people whose motors have started smoking or burned out have been keeping the motor running for a few minutes at a time? Or perhaps they have washed the cup in the dishwasher so much with hard water that there is a scale build up?
I like the fact that the grinder cup has a plastic lid, so that if I grind too much I can easily save it in the refrigerator.
I also like the fact that it is so easy to use and that you just press down on the bar on the top of the clear plastic lid to get it to grind. When you stop pressing the bar, the motor stops. And, I can see inside and decide if I want to grind a bit more or not.
Additionally, I like the fact that the grinder is quite compact and can sit on my counter without taking up too much room, plus is stainless steel, so looks good.
The best part is that the price is quite reasonable for a lightly used small appliance.
I would recommend this grinder to anyone who likes to grind their own beans for use in a French Press occasionally, but it may not be heavy duty enough for daily use (I'll tell you in another 3 years, because that would be the equivalent, I suppose!)