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Secura SCG-903B Automatic Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Black
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- Secura Electric Burr Grinder comes with 17 grind size selection, from extremely fine (Espresso) to coarse (French press)
- Quantity control dial from 2 to12 cups. On/Off button, automatic shut off
- Burr grinding mechanism grinds uniformly and preserve natural aroma
- This Automatic Burr coffee grinder takes little counter space. Always available when you need freshly ground coffee
- 120V, 110Watt motor. Dimension 6" x 4" x 8.75". ETL Approved Product
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 6 x 8.75 in||7.13 x 10.75 x 6 in||7.24 x 4.29 x 10.4 in||7.1 x 7.6 x 12.5 in||5.25 x 6.88 x 9.25 in|
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Burr Grinding Disc - grind coffee like the pros
Burr grinding mechanism grinds uniformly and preserves natural aroma.
17 Grind Settings allow for complete control of your coffee blend
Secura Electric Burr Grinder comes with 17 grind size selections, from extremely fine (Espresso) to coarse (French press).
Quantity selection from 2 to 12 cups; On/Off button; automatic shut off.Small Footprint
This Automatic Burr coffee grinder takes little counter space. Always available when you need freshly ground coffee.
Dimension 6” x 4” x 8.75”.
Manufacturer’s Warranty, Built to last
1-Year Manufacturers Limited Warranty. 120V, 110 Watt motor, ETL Approved Product.
Top customer reviews
I took the chance though, and after a few days of owning it I feel pretty much 100% satisfied. I mean, I just need to grind my espresso beans. Maybe there are things it lacks that high end grinders have, I guess ignorance is bliss because I can't think of anything else I would need.
I started at the finest grind, using espresso roasted beans from Smart & Final. Although it made a decent shot, I couldn't get a good thick crema head. So I moved it one notch coarser. Just pulled a great shot with a thick crema that didn't dissolve! I'm using the De'Longhi ECP3630 for brewing. Together these give me a formidable little home coffee bar that keeps me out of Starbucks. For about the price of 40 cinnamon dolce lattes from the "red cup" corporation.
I will come back and update this post based on equipment longevity, new revelations, etc.
p.s. I built the coffee bar for about $40 based on plans from anawhite dot com.
Still going strong for my daily espresso. For my needs, leaving it on one grind setting, it's perfect. Others have complained it doesn't vary grind size even when adjusted. It does seem to 'stick' on one setting after I've used it. In order to go from espresso to percolator grind, I had to unscrew the inner grind ring (large knob inside chute), brush grounds out of the threads in the hole, brush threads on the ring, then screw it back in. Then I was able to adjust for a large grind. I took pictures below for comparison.
# The build quality is quite good.
# It gives you a pretty uniform grind and there are many grind sizes to choose from using the wheel on the side of the unit.
# It's not that loud and doesn't take long to finish grinding your beans.
# You can grind quite a bit of coffee at one time if you wish which is handy.
My only real con would be the fact that it can be a bit hard to clean;especially since the slot for the grinds to travel through is on the side of the container. Having it on the top would have made more sense. Still, I highly recommend this grinder if you're looking to stay below $50.
I've been using this for a few days now, and I'm really impressed. Set the grind, add the beans, set the number of acoops and push the Start button. It took me a couple of tries to set the grind (due to personal preference for coarseness), butt after that it is just perfect grind every time. I keep a list of which settings to use for different beans and it is perfect every time. I would absolutely recommend this grinder for all serious coffee drinkers.
Easy to clean, too!
I have only tried a couple of grind settings. The adjustment range is good, but there is a wide distribution of coffee particle size regardless of the setting (relative to $100-plus grinders). This means that the grinder is probably not the best for French Press (too many fines) and may not be good for espresso (that depends a lot on the machine). I use it for filter drip coffee, and it is just great for that.
Static is about the same as my older Braun. I do not find it to be a problem, but other reviewers do. I have not had a problem with dust leakage, but I grind only enough beans for 1 or 2 cups (15 to 30 grams). I also do not let the grinder run after all the beans are ground. It will speed up and dust becomes more of a problem.