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OXO On Conical Burr Coffee Grinder with Intelligent Dosing Scale
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- OXO On Conical Burr Grinder built-in scale measures grounds by weight instead of time, eliminating the need for a separate scale; automatic shutoff ensures a precise amount of ground coffee every time
- Durable, 40 mm stainless steel conical burrs create uniform grounds for up to 38 settings -- from fine for espresso to coarse for French press or cold brew
- High torque/low speed motor won’t overheat beans, preserving flavor and generating minimal static for less mess. Built-in overheating detection protects motor for long life
- Use the single dial to switch between Cups Mode, Grams Mode or Manual Mode. In Cups mode, you grind based on the number of cups of coffee you would like to brew.
- No-bean detector won't let you grind if the hopper is empty
- Hopper holds 16 oz of coffee beans and features a "trap door" to hold beans in when hopper is removed. Grounds keeper holds up to 125 grams -- enough ground coffee to brew 12 cups.
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A truly exceptional cup of coffee starts with the right grinder. With an intelligent built-in scale and grind settings from fine to coarse, the OXO On Conical Burr Grinder with Integrated Scale gives you precisely the right grind to suit your tastes. The DC motor is designed to prevent overheating, and the stainless steel conical burrs create a uniform grind for optimal flavor extraction. Grinds enough coffee to brew 12 cups.
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|Item Dimensions||5.39 x 9.17 x 14.29 in||7.13 x 10.75 x 6 in||7.1 x 7.6 x 12.5 in||2.56 x 5.91 x 5.31 in|
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|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless||Stainless-Steel||Brushed satin metal, Black plastic|
A truly perfect brew starts with ground coffee, but it takes the right grinder to help coffee beans unlock their full flavor potential. The OXO On Conical Burr Coffee Grinder’s intelligent, built-in scale precisely measures coffee as you grind. Choose from 3 grinding modes: cup mode using pre-set ratio of 8 grams per cup, grams mode to grind the exact amount of grams you like, or manual mode to grind by time. The Grinder's high torque/low-speed DC motor helps keep beans from overheating while grinding; the conical burrs create a consistent and uniform grind for optimal flavor extraction. Whether you like strong or mild, espresso or drip, French Press or pour-over, the OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder helps you get the grounds you need to make your perfect cup. NOTE: PRODUCT IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH 110V OUTLETS
Top Customer Reviews
Consistent grind, both in grounds and in amount.
Retaring (recalibrating) scale for different container - SWEET!
Noticed an improvement without even buying a new coffee maker - AWESOME
Noise - not bad
The Not So Good:
Plastic container suffers the usual static cling of plastic. After several grinds the static diminished greatly. This is a 1st World Problem if ever there was one. Just be glad it's coffee grinds and not glitter. Replace with a glass jar if it's giving you night sweats.
Planning to use this for an espresso machine when I get one. Will update with further info then.
I did a test grind and it looks like it should be fine enough for espresso, probably not Turkish if that's your thing.
Also be kind to the grinder. You wouldn't take an industrial grinder from coarsest to finest with the grinder turned off. Run the grinder when changing position and it will be less hard on it.
Even though I just spent $180 less than a year ago on the Breville, as soon as I saw the new OXO model I decided it would be worth a try as the specs indicated it would fit under my tight cabinet height. The OXO hopper holds as much or more than the Breville container. The built in scale with multiple ways to measure grounds eliminates my previous step of pre-weighing whole beans on a separate scale, which means I can just fill the hopper and leave it. It's relatively quiet compared to the Breville. It fits under my cabinets and has a sleeker profile all around so it takes up less horizontal space in X and Z axis as well as Y. The coffee grounds go where they're suppose to go. I just leave the lid on the container and poor the grounds out of the hole in the lid. Some fine dust remains in the container due to static, but a few taps gets most of it out so what's left is so small an amount it doesn't throw off the scale. Unless I haven't figured out the trick of it yet, it's feature that lets you pop off the been hopper while full and then easily put it back without clearing out beans from the machine to pop it back in place isn't as good as the Breville. It's suppose to let you swap out containers easily, but I found the beans left in the bur itself made it a little too hard to get the hopper back on to be a feature you'd use other than for cleaning the burrs when needed. However, since Breville doesn't sell a replacement container for the Dose control, that feature doesn't do much for you as far as being able to have multiple hoppers to swap in and out (would be nice for decaf at night). That's a miner niggle. The plastic hopper on the OXO seems to be made of a little thinner plastic than the Breville, but not so thin that seems to be a potential problem. Time will tell.
So, if you want a bur grinder that cuts the steps of grinding your own beans down in the morning into what is actually fewer steps, time, and mess than popping open a can of ground coffee and scooping it into your coffee machine, this (again, so far) seems like a great option if you have 200 bucks to spend on it. It's also great if you have limited counter space. If you've spent the money to buy a fancy SCAA Certified coffee maker, you might as well invest in a good conical bur grinder, and this fits the bill nicely. It aint cheap, but there are more expensive pro-sumer grade models you can get that offer less features than this model, although they may be charging you a premium because they're built to take a tougher beating. For the home user, I think this thing is a good buy.
If I could make any changes to this grinder, I would make the built-in scale remember the last setting. I have to dial in the weight I want every time I use it. Not a big deal since it takes just a few seconds to do, but it would be nice to have that feature. I would also make the grind catcher (is that what you call it?) made of glass so that static is not an issue.
A couple of times the beans got caught in the grinder and you need to remove the bean container and clean it out but we think it was caused by moving it. Compared to some of the prices for this type of grinder I think this was worth it.