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KRUPS F203 Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder with Stainless Steel Blades, 3-Ounce, Black
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- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
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- Coffee and spice grinder with 200-watt motor provides fast grinding
- Large grinding capacity yields up to 12 cups of coffee
- Grinds up to 3 ounces of coffee beans in seconds
- Oval design and stainless-steel blades ensure uniform grinding
- Stainless Steel blades that can grind beans but also spices, herbs, nuts, grains and more; Lid activated safety switch for ease of use; 2-year warranty
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From the manufacturer
KRUPS F203 Grinder
Freshly grind your coffee beans and spices without losing any flavor.
Bold design, precision, ingenuity and unwavering craftsmanship uniquely define the philosophy of the leading brand Robert KRUPS, created in 1846.
Starting with the most precise scales in the world, Robert KRUPS diversified the brand portfolio launching historical products such as the first electric coffee grinder, the 3-mix hand mixer and the Onco coffee maker
Passion, Precision and Perfection
Grind whole coffee beans quickly and efficiently with this powerful KRUPS coffee grinder. Instead of buying pre-ground coffee, try brewing your coffee with freshly ground beans. It will provide a rich aroma and full-bodied flavor for better-tasting coffee. In addition to coffee beans, the versatile grinder can be used for chopping or grinding nuts, seeds, herbs, and spices. With its compact and sleek looking, the KRUPS coffee grinder makes a convenient and useful addition to any kitchen.
- Today, KRUPS perpetuates the high standards of quality that have been set more than 150 years ago and puts Passion Precision and Perfection at the heart of each and every product.
Lid-activated Safety Switch
For safety, the blades do not spin unless the lid is securely placed.
Maximum aroma and full-bodied
A better alternative to pre-ground coffee, brewing freshly ground beans promotes the richest aroma and delicious full-bodied flavor for better-tasting coffee.
Grind nuts, spices, seeds and herbs
In addition to coffee beans, the versatile grinder can be used for chopping or grinding nuts, seeds, herbs and spices.
Oval design and stainless-steel blades
Sharp, stainless-steel blades for fast-even grinding.
Large grinding capacity grinds up to 3 ounces of beans for 12 cups of coffee.
Customize your grinding
Grind for a few seconds, or a few seconds more, depending on your desired consistency - from coarse 'Turkish coffee' grind size to fine espresso grind.
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|Breakfast usage||Barista Super Auto Machine||Programmable Coffee Maker||Kettle||Belgian Waffle-Maker||10-Speed Hand-Mixer||2-Slot Toaster|
|Top feature 1||17 preset barista quality recipes||Large capacity and thermal carafe||One-touch automatic opening||Get perfect,c rispy true Belgian waffles||10 speeds, Turbo Boost and Pause functions||6 browning settings|
|Top feature 2||Favorite menu for drink customization||Keeps the coffee hot for 4 hours||Extra-large water window for easy viewing||Removable plates for easy cleaning||Storage case for accessories||Safe-lift function|
|Top feature 3||Automatic cleaning system||Large carafe opening for easy cleaning||Auto shut-off||5 browning settings and audible alert||Silicon-coated beaters for quiet operating||Defrost, Reheat and Bagel functions|
|Serving capacity||In-cup result: 8 oz / Water tank: 57 oz||12-cup||1.7 L capacity||4-slice||2-slot|
Grind whole coffee beans quickly and efficiently with this powerful KRUPS coffee grinder. A nice alternative to pre-ground coffee, brewing freshly ground beans promotes maximum rich aroma and delicious full-bodied flavor for better-tasting coffee. When making any type of coffee drink, from simple drip to espresso and cappuccino, grinding beans right before brewing is a must for any true coffee lover. And it’s easy with the KRUPS coffee grinder. Simply add whole beans, secure the lid, and press the side lid button to start. Grind for a few seconds, or a few seconds more, depending on desired consistency—from coarse to fine. The oval-shaped grinder offers a large 3-ounce capacity, while its precision stainless-steel blades ensure even results. For safety, the blades won’t spin without the lid securely in place. In addition to coffee beans, the versatile grinder can be used for chopping or grinding nuts, seeds, herbs, and spices—perfect for everything from summer salads and gourmet entrees to yummy baked goods. Compact and sleek looking, the KRUPS coffee grinder makes a convenient and useful addition to any kitchen.Product can only work on 120V per US’s standard
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Please buy the burr grinder if you'd like to watch KRUPS hilariously embarrass themselves and spoil their name. Otherwise, save yourself the the time driving to UPS for the inevitable return.
ALSO, a message to Amazon: Having multiple products on a single page is fine if we're talking about slightly different options or colors. Here, there is enough difference (I'd hope) between the blade and the burr grinder that I feel mislead by a unified rating for both products. Something to consider.
When I received the machine, I quickly realized it is essentially a Capresso. However, it so far is not as persnickety as a Capresso and is much easier to clean and maintain. The coffee is great and the machine is easy to use. It keeps the pot hot for several hours - an important feature for me because the thermal higher end pots do not do this to my satisfaction. Plus they pour lousy. It is kinda loud while grinding, and it is a bit slow in making the coffee, but those are minor flaws I can easily live with. The biggest knock I have against the machine is how much beans it uses and how it does a poor job of regulating the strength of the coffee. On any setting or grind level the coffee comes out the same - strong. I like it that way, so I can deal, but I would prefer to have it work the way it is supposed to so I have control of flavor. I have had it for 1 week at this writing, so we shall see. I am glad I bought it so far. I hope it lasts a long time, and maybe when it dies there will be an improved version. For now it is the best I have found.
It's been about 7 weeks, just updating to say my grind and brew is still working great. I'd guess we've made around 75 pots with no problems at all. I'm super happy with it.
I do have a couple minor nitpicks with the controls:
1) if the LCD has timed out (the usual state, with the backlight off), the the first press of any button just turns on the backlight but doesn't perform it's labeled function. You have to press it again after it's "awake".
2) the auto-start indicator isn't a glowing LED like on the prior model, the 7005. Now on my before-bed check whether I set coffee for the morning I have to walk over, wake up the display, and look for the clock icon rather than just see the green light from across the room.
For the reviews that say that it won't brew ground coffee when pressing the 'grind off' button, you have to also press 'grind | brew'. 'grind off' just disables the grinder, but doesn't start a brew cycle. They could probably have been labeled better.
Still I'm happy and loving my coffee. Original review below:
My very initial thoughts -- we've only had it for a few hours: I love it.
We've tried 4 different grind and brew makers over the years, and I've decided that the most important criteria for me (besides the coffee itself, that's a given, right?) revolve around ease of use and cleaning. If it isn't more convenient to make multiple pots of coffee than a regular drip coffee maker, then what's the point? And so far, the only brand that has gotten this part right is Krups.
A cuisinart we had 10 years ago had the problem of the steam from brewing coffee wetting the grinding chamber, so between pots I not only had to deal with the basket area and used grounds, but also take apart the grinder and at the very least wipe it thoroughly dry before putting more beans in to grind.
We upgraded to the wonderful Krups KM7005. That machine did have its problems (my soldering skills got better over the years replacing the thermal fuses that kept overheating) but day to day it was a dream. The steam from the brewing coffee was completely separate from the grinder and chute that delivers grounds to the basket. The mechanism to achieve that was a bit clunky and fiddly, but so very worth it. If it hadn't been discontinued we'd have ordered a replacement KM7005, no question.
But it was discontinued, so we started looking for something new. Surely there would be improvements in grind and brew in the past 10 years. After reading a bunch of reviews we decided to splurge a bit on a Breville BDC650BSS. It was fancy, and made great coffee, but we boxed it up to return the same night because it failed the convenience test. After a pot (or even a single cup which it could conveniently make, that part was pretty cool) the cleaning and drying necessary was ridiculous (or I am lazy. I'm not proud, I can admit it.) The steam was properly kept away from the grinder, that's good, but coffee grounds chute was built into the basket and hard to get dry. The basket was large, complicated, and had lots of places to trap water which led to coffee grounds sticking all over the insides rather than falling down into the filter.
Then I noticed that Krups had a grind and brew maker here on Amazon with a great price and no reviews. Web searches came up dry, but then Krupsusa responded on Facebook (kudos to their social media people!) that this is indeed a new coffee maker. And here (finally) is my review (which I'll come back and edit if my opinion changes with time.)
+ basically all the pros of the KM7005 if you're familiar with that one.
+ Burr grinder (5 coarseness settings)
+ 2,4,6,8, or 10 cups, with 3 strengths.
+ Programmable (I love waking up to freshly ground coffee)
+ Nice glass carafe (I always spilled some pouring from the KM7005 carafe. something wasn't shaped properly)
+ The mechanism that keeps steam from the grinder and chute is internal rather than the ratcheting and sometimes troublesome flap of the KM7005.
+ Super easy to clean between pots. Pop out the filter, knock the grounds into a responsible recycling container, rinse, and put it back in. 30 seconds? quicker if I'm in a hurry.
- I'm trying, but really don't have any cons. Maybe some of the "maybes" below are cons?
~ no "aroma" setting for small pots. I never quite understood it, but maybe it's important to someone and it isn't there.
~ flat bottom filter. I might prefer a cone filter; too soon to say.
~ that convenient internal steam management mechanism (looks like a disc that turns create an opening for the coffee grounds into the basket) is not very accessible. If it has a problem, jams, gets gunky with old coffee, etc it might be impossible to service. I don't know and it might be no problem at all, but I suck at telling the future so just calling it out here.
~ thermo fuses? Only time will tell. :)