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Black+Decker Coffee Grinderpp5006241492
web ID: 7800370
This coffee grinder gives you one-touch pulse control with durable stainless steel blades so you can enjoy the precise results of coffee beans ground to your personal taste. Also great for grinding nuts and spices!
- built-in cord storage
- stainless steel grinding blades and bowl
- push-button pulse control
- lid-locking security feature
- plastic and metal
- hand wash parts
Rated 1 out of 5 by June E J from Sad -- does a poor job of grinding coffee beans Sad, does a poor job of grinding coffee beans, leaves lots partically whole..
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by BBC1 from Good product for the cost of it. I find this grinder good enough for occasional to moderate use. It grinds the beans well and evenly, for both coarse and fine grind. The lid was a bit tricky at first, but i got the hang of it on the first couple times of using it and I had no issues with it so far. The design is sleek and modern, the size is perfect for my needs, whether i keep it on the counter or stored away, takes no room at all. I gave it inly 4 stars because I wish it would come with a little brush to help clean the coffee grinds from the inside, and because of the plastic components which I think do not blend well with the stainless steel. Overall I am happy with my little grinder. Black & Decker is a good household brand in my books.
Date published: 2015-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Weakest Link I have had to exchange this grinder within a year for what I think is an oversight by the designer. In order to operate this grinder, the lid's handle has to be pushed in and a little plastic piece on the inside of the handle activates the motor. Unfortunately, that little plastic piece is not robust and can break off quite easily if the lid is not placed in exactly the correct position before pushing on the handle. Once it breaks off, there is no way to operate the grinder. That little plastic piece is the weakest link and should be ruggedized. They obviously didn't do much T&E on this product before getting it out to the consumer.
Date published: 2012-09-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from mine broke after 8 months watchout... after 8 months mine broke. the lid has a safety feature which is a long black plastic lever attached to it. problem is this black lever snaps onto the lid and will break. evidently it has two small little plastic snap hooks that can easily break off... then the grinder becomes useless.
Date published: 2011-12-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT This is the worst coffee grinder I have ever had and I've had a lot in my 65 years. It does not grind evenly, no matter how many beans I try to grind or how I try to grind them. There are always chunks of unground beans.
Date published: 2011-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by MaxImpact from Better than Braun I bought it to grind espresso beans. I wanted to grind the beans very fine. It ground the bean so fine that it clogged my espresso filter. So now I don't grind quite that long. The Smartgrind circulates the grinds as it grinds them so the finshed product is consistant. I had a Braun coffee grinder but it did not grind evenly and I had to open it and stir the grinds several times to get all the grinds fine enough.
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by DelRiv from smart space saving design Efficient quick grinding and easy to control the coffee grounds courseness. When filled grinds about 2-3 cups.
Date published: 2014-11-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from This grinder is made only for looks and not function. It has a very modern design with an intigrated switch button. This is where the probllems start. The swiitcch button is supposed to stay on the cover cap while griding but there is no real connection between the two. They are only held together with very poor snap fit which constantly fallls appart. I find myself constantly puting the switch button back on the lid.There are no locking tabs holding clear plastic lid on while grinding. I believe there is a possibility the lid could come off while grinding as the start button so easily separates from the switch button. Also the tapered shape of the lid makes it very difficult to hang on to if your hands are dry or slipery.
Date published: 2011-04-22
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