Capresso 560.01 Infinity Conical Burr, Black

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Capresso – Infinity Conical Burr Grinder Elegant, timeless and user friendly design For maximum aroma and flavor retention nothing beats the Infinity Conical Burr Grinder series. Computer controlled special grinding heads cut the angles and shapes of the steel burrs to within 0.1 mm precision (1/250 of one inch). Burrs are produced as matched pairs

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Capresso – Infinity Conical Burr Grinder

Elegant, timeless and user friendly design

For maximum aroma and flavor retention nothing beats the Infinity Conical Burr Grinder series. Computer controlled special grinding heads cut the angles and shapes of the steel burrs to within 0.1 mm precision (1/250 of one inch). Burrs are produced as matched pairs and are hand assembled in Switzerland for precise fit. The multiple gear motor produces the slowest grinding action (< 450 rpm) resulting in highest precision grinding from Turkish fine to percolator coarse. Lowest noise conical burr grinder.

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Features & Benefits

Extremely wide range from Turkish fine to coarse for all kinds of coffee preparation.Clearly marked fineness settings, 4 each for extra fine, fine, regular and coarse. A total of 16 settings.Commercial grade solid conical steel burrs with advanced cutting design for high precision grinding.Gear reduction motor grinds slow with reduced noise and little static build-up.Slowest grinding speed in its class creates less friction and heat build up preserving maximum aroma and flavor in any grind setting.Safety lock system.Upper conical burr removable for easy cleaning.Tight fitting ground coffee container (holds up to 4 oz. of ground coffee).See through bean container holds up to 8.8 oz. of beans.Timer can be set to grind from 5 to 60 seconds.Cleaning brush and measuring scoop included.Heavy duty zinc die-cast housing. Easy to UseEasy to Use For grinding larger quantities of coffee beans for a coffee-drinking crowd, Capresso’s commercial-grade Infinity grinder handles 8-1/2 ounces of beans at a time. Sixteen different settings–four each in the four categories of extra fine, fine, regular, and coarse–let you adjust the grind to the specific blend of coffee and method of brewing. The finest setting is ideal for preparing Turkish coffee, which is a rare feature to find in a grinder. A built-in timer sets the grind for anywhere between 5 and 60 seconds so you can walk away without having to constantly press a button to continue the grinding process. The Infinity has an advanced conical burr design made of steel that is usually only found on commercial grinders. This burr design slows down the gears and reduces the amount of friction and heat to preserve coffee’s flavor and aroma. The coffee container holds up to 4 ounces of grounds and remains sealed during grinding. For safety, the bean container also needs to be locked into place for the Infinity to operate. For easy cleaning, the bean container and upper burr lift off so you can clean the grinding chamber with the included brush and wipe down the heavy-duty zinc die-cast housing. The 100-watt burr grinder measures 7-2/3 by 5-2/5 by 10-4/5 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty. –Cristina Vaamonde

Product Features

  • Commercial-grade solid conical steel burrs with advanced cutting design for high precision grinding
  • Extremely wide grinding range from ultrafine Turkish to coarse for all kinds of coffee preparation. The settings are marked into four categories: extra fine, fine, regular and coarse.
  • Tight-fitting ground coffee container holds up to 4 oz of ground coffee
  • See-through bean container holds up to 8.8 oz of beans
  • Gear reduction motor grinds slow with reduced noise and little static build-up
  • Slowest grinding speed in its class creates less friction and heat buildup preserving maximum aroma and flavor for all grind settings
  • ABS Housing

Comments

Sydney Hoeltzli says:

Good grinder, best for medium roast or for users who prepare mostly one grind setting rather than switching back and forth This review applies to the stainless steel model. We were looking for a stainless steel conical burr grinder with reduction gearing. There are few choices in a modest budget, consumer price range – many grinders more beloved of coffee geeks actually use disk burrs and grind fast enough to heat the beans. (All the Capresso Infinity models use stainless steel burrs with the upper burr set in nylon, it’s the body material that differs).There are conflicting reviews, I will provide some data in an attempt to resolve them and help others decide if this is a good choice for them.Good: Produces a consistent even grind within the range we use (espresso to pour-over). It is quiet. It does not heat the beans. The burrs appear to be heavy steel of good quality. The hopper and bin are relatively cheap plastic and probably need to be treated gently. I think it is a good value for the price.Due to the design, grounds are retained under the nylon collar…

rg says:

The Capresso 565.05 Infinity Conical Burr Grinder- Stainless Steel Model I recently purchased the Capresso 565.05 Infinity Conical Burr Grinder, the stainless steel/zinc model. My overall impression is that this grinder is a compact, well-designed, well-made machine and is everything and more than what I expected, after reading the product’s many Amazon reviews. This burr grinder replaces my old Krups disc grinder (still running after nearly 20 years) and an 11 year old small Cuisinart blade grinder. This Capresso Infinity is my first burr grinder and it definitely surpasses both of my previous grinders, regarding the quality and variations of grinds and its ease of use. I grind only roasted coffee beans (mostly medium roast) in my grinder and I use a Zojirushi Zutto 5-Cup Drip coffeemaker to prepare my coffee. So far, this machine has performed flawlessly and has not shown any defects or any of the problems that others have posted about, regarding this product’s performance for them.Here’s a concise list of pros and specific comments for the…

DrSam says:

Adequate grinder with a number of quirks — but falls down when it comes to customer service and cheap plastic parts. This is our second Capresso Infinity 560, and probably our last, owing to the disappointing customer experience with Jura. The grinder functioned well with some quirks: the static issue is definitely a problem, as is cleaning of the outlet hole within the grinding chamber, which tends to get clogged. Also of note is that the black dots on the upper plastic chamber tend to fade away so you can’t tell how you’ve set the coarseness of the grind.But what really was the final straw for me today was when I got up this morning and the on/off/timer knob disintegrated after turning it on. The plastic cylinder that holds the knob onto the actual switch mechanism broke (see pictures). Considering that the grinder is only 16 months old, that typically means a bad batch of plastic knobs since it’s supposed to be ABS plastic. I emailed Jura through the Capresso website and got a terse “You can call customer service”. I called them and was told that it’d be $13.50 to send…

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