Chefman Coffee Grinder Electric Burr – Quietly Grinds Up to 8 oz Beans, Large Hopper and 17 Grinding Options for 2-12 Cups, Cleaning Brush Included

August 18, 2018 - Comment

With the Chefman Electric Burr Coffee Grinder, true coffee lovers can get better tasting coffee, with at home convenience. Intelligent design features take the hassle out of grinding your own coffee, with a 110-watt motor that delivers a consistent, even grind every time. It doesn’t get any more precise than this! Ceramic burr disc grinds

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With the Chefman Electric Burr Coffee Grinder, true coffee lovers can get better tasting coffee, with at home convenience. Intelligent design features take the hassle out of grinding your own coffee, with a 110-watt motor that delivers a consistent, even grind every time. It doesn’t get any more precise than this! Ceramic burr disc grinds uniformly and preserves natural aroma for better flavor. This grinder has 17 settings to suit desired brewing method; drip, steam, percolate, espresso & more! Hopper holds up to 8 oz. of coffee grounds to make anywhere from 2-12 cups of coffee so you can make freshly brewed coffee for the whole family. Grinding disc and the detachable container is dishwasher safe, making it easier to clean. Make the most of your purchase by signing up for Club Chefman for tailor-made recipes, videos, cookbooks and more! cETL approved with advanced safety technology for long-lasting durability, 30 Day No-Questions-Asked Money-Back Guarantee, & 1-year hassle-free warranty provided by Chefman. With the easy, one-touch operation you can enjoy a fresh cup of Joe any time, anywhere.

Product Features

  • CUSTOMIZABLE: 17 grinding options, from extremely fine to coarse. This versatile machine has many chopping options for grinding coffee beans
  • SPACIOUS: Hopper holds up to 8 oz. of coffee grounds to make anywhere from 2-12 cups.
  • FULL FLAVOR: Burr mill system avoids overheating the coffee beans so you get freshly ground coffee with full-bodied flavor and better taste
  • DISHWASHER SAFE: Burr and detachable container are dishwasher safe. Bonus free cleaning brush included for hand wash option.
  • RESOURCES & WARRANTY: Includes access to Club Chefman for tailor made step-by-step recipes, tutorial videos, and more! cETL approved with advanced safety technology for long lasting durability, & 1-year hassle-free warranty provided by Chefman, so you can purchase worry-free – we’ve got your back!

Comments

M. Mai says:

Great coffee burr hands down I was in the market for a decent burr grinder, but really didn’t want to spend a lot. I looked and compared and priced. Then I came across this one. I read the reviews. Some people complained it was too tiny. It grinds enough to make twelve cups of either coarse or fine grind so I didn’t see that as an issue. Some complained it was flimsy or cheaply made. Not just “Yeah, it’s a cheap product and built as such.” No, these people rip it apart and whine about every little nuance wrong with it. “The brush was too tiny” “It was a little too noisy” “The plastic had a 1 mm chip on the edge’ And they end up giving it two stars for pettiness. I take those reviews with a grain of salt. Most of those people are expecting a Ferrari when they paid for a Chevette.I figured, “Let’s give this thing a whirl.”Noise: A bit noisy, but it is grinding beans. Ever been in Starbucks or the grocery store when they are grinding beans? It’s a bit…

phatpenguina says:

Good grinder for the money I’ve read a bunch of reviews on these types of grinders and wow, people can be so finicky. Here’s the scoop on this grinder as our previous was the Cuisinart which we had for about 4 years. The Chefman does a great job for the money. The grind is consistent and ranges from course to almost power, it’s fairly quiet (I used to take the Cuisinart in the bathroom and shut the door in the morning so I didn’t wake everyone up but no more), it takes up a small amount of space on the counter and the beans rarely get jammed. We like to use flavored coffee and the beans are usually oily and we had issues with the Cuisinart needing to be jostled around a bit during operation to get the beans to slide down. No issues after a month with the Chefman. Now, a bunch of people have complained about the grind not being consistent enough or that it’s messy with spilling the grounds. So, if you have issues with the grind consistency, you are too much of a coffee snob to be buying a grinder under $50. Go…

cl says:

Very happy with it

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