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The powerful Baratza Vario W coffee grinder offers almost too much. Starting with long lasting, Swiss made 54mm ceramic flat burrs, the ones found in professional Mahlkonig espresso grinders, some 230 grind settings and built-in electronic scale that lets you set desired ground coffee weight within 0.2 grams and then stops grinding once it reaches the weight, the Baratza Vario W is simply mean, robust and incredibly functional coffee grinder.
Posted October 11, 2012 10:06 PM
Stylish and high performance, Baratza Virtuoso coffee grinder features Liechtenstein made, 4cm commercial quality conical burrs. Powerful, high torque and highly efficient .5 kW DC motor rotates the burrs at 450 rpm - quite slower than most other grinder motors, keeping the heat in the beans to the minimum, thus preserving the coffee flavour.
Posted September 27, 2012 10:10 AM
The WMF 5 burr coffee grinder will perfectly grind the coffee and espresso beans. The grinder offers 10 grades of ground coffee finesse and integrated automatic shutdown. The ground coffee can be measured in precise portions. A detachable, transparent ground coffee container must be fully inserted for the grinding process to start.
Posted January 24, 2012 12:46 PM
If you like your coffee freshly ground each and every time, Graef coffee grinders will do the job quickly and flawlessly, delivering the best aroma. Since coffee loses its quality very quickly, your grinder should go to work just before you are about to prepare it. And to meet specific taste of each individual, the Graef coffee grinder comes with the 24-stage adjustable grind setting.
Posted April 27, 2011 1:12 PM
Simple and elegant coffee grinder by Morphy Richards. 250 gram maximum capacity, adjustable fineness, illuminated On/Off switch, ground coffee dosage for 2 to 12 cups. Price for the Morphy Richards ARC 47910 coffee grinder is around € 55. Morphy Richards.
Posted March 26, 2011 10:20 PM