Black 8.8-oz. Burr Coffee Grinder by Jura-Capresso

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Black 8.8-oz. Burr Coffee Grinder by Jura-Capresso

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Great for home, office or wherever fine coffee is served, this burr coffee grinder offers exceptional results every time, every place. Choose from any of the 16 settings (four each for extra fine, fine, regular and coarse) using the commercial grade, solid conical steel burrs that precisely grind your roasted beans. A gear reduction motor works slowly with little noise; the reduced static and heat buildup produce more flavorful results. It holds 8.8-oz. of beans, and features a timer than can be set from 5 to 60 seconds. There's even a Pulse setting for a quick whir. Comes complete with cleaning brush and measuring scoop. And for ease of cleaning, the grinding wheel is completely removable.

  • Capacity: 8.8-oz. Bean Container, 4-oz. Grounds Container
  • Cleaning & Care: Handwash removable parts with mild cleanser
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 8 x11-in.
  • Material: Plastic Housing
  • Model No.: 560
  • Origin: China
  • Settings: 16 grind settings
  • Type of Grinder: Burr Grinder
  • Volts/Watts: 100 Watts
  • Warranty: 1-year limited
  • MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS:

  • We have purchased this grinder along with a Delonghi Bar40 espresso maker and are very pleased with both products thus far. The grinder does a quality job and the grind comes out perfect every time. We have not had a problem with this unit yet and are very pleased with the results so far. I did some research before purchasing the product as well as the Delonghi Bar40. For the price, they are both quality products. I did not read a bad review for either one of these products and would recommend them to others. They are great for first time espresso brewers like myself.

    I recommend this product.
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  • This coffee mill is very efficient. This model is much quieter than my previous Solis. I am enjoying this appliance daily.

    I recommend this product.
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  • Great for Pump Espresso and everything else!

    I am not a coffee expert, but I had a cheap ($30 burr grinder) that I've used for a month with my espresso machine before buying this one. What a difference!!! Great quality and looks good too. This is $140 grinder and now on sale for $89.99 (for a “black” one)
    I really don't think you would be able to get better results with anything in its price range. (Unless you spent over $200)

    So it is the best burr grinder under $100 and is worth investing in it. Also, I’ve read reviews and compared it to Solis Maestro/Baratza Maestro Plus which are ($115-$150) and they get same ratings (one person even had experience with both and recommended the Capresso Infinity)
    I haven’t tried others in it’s price range, but am very happy with the product and will recommend it to friends and family. For Pump-Espresso--best to use the 2nd set of 4 settings, since 1st 4-settings are for Turkish Espresso-very fine.

    Cooking.com’s service was great, and very fast shipping (a lot faster than confirmation eamil said it would be)

    I recommend this product.
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  • Customer Reviews for Black 8.8-oz. Burr Coffee Grinder by Jura-Capresso

  • Overall Rating:

    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 106 ratings

    95% of reviewers recommend this product

    89% say this is a "good value"

  • Overall Rating:

    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 106 ratings

    95% of reviewers recommend this product

    89% say this is a "good value"

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  • Wow, what a machine! I can't believe we waited so long to get one. You can definitely taste the difference. It's also a lot quieter than the basic disc grinder which helps especially on weekends. Go get one now!

    I recommend this product.
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    • June 25, 2007
    • By: Jacqueline
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Jacqueline

    Wow, what a machine! I can't believe we waited so long to get one. You can definitely taste the difference. It's also a lot quieter than the basic disc grinder which helps especially on weekends. Go get one now!

  • The best!

    Bought a Capresso coffee maker which I thought was the one with the grinder, but it wasn't. Ordered the separate grinder and it is the best I have ever used. This has many settings to choose from, beans grind perfectly with no static whatsoever. I would highly recommend.

    I recommend this product.
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    • April 4, 2007
    • By: Linda
    • From: VA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Linda

    Bought a Capresso coffee maker which I thought was the one with the grinder, but it wasn't. Ordered the separate grinder and it is the best I have ever used. This has many settings to choose from, beans grind perfectly with no static whatsoever. I would highly recommend.

  • Good choice.

    So far this product has been great. It is far less messy than other grinders we have had and less noisy. It's too soon to tell, but hopesully it will continue to keep working well. Plus it looks good on the counter top.

    I recommend this product.
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    • March 10, 2007
    • By: Barbara
    • From: MN
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Barbara

    So far this product has been great. It is far less messy than other grinders we have had and less noisy. It's too soon to tell, but hopesully it will continue to keep working well. Plus it looks good on the counter top.

  • I bought this as a gift for someone and they are very happy with it. The only drawback is that he was looking for something that could do a courser grind for his french press, but I didn't know that at the time of purchase. This one doesn't get quite course enough, but for his regular coffee maker it is great and he is considering an espresso machine now that he can get fresh fine grounds. The grounds don't fly out and make a mess, and they are fairly uniform in size. Much better than using the food processor (now you see why I had to get the gift!) Great price for the quality.

    I recommend this product.
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    • March 6, 2007
    • By: Kierstin
    • From: PA

    Kierstin

    I bought this as a gift for someone and they are very happy with it. The only drawback is that he was looking for something that could do a courser grind for his french press, but I didn't know that at the time of purchase. This one doesn't get quite course enough, but for his regular coffee maker it is great and he is considering an espresso machine now that he can get fresh fine grounds. The grounds don't fly out and make a mess, and they are fairly uniform in size. Much better than using the food processor (now you see why I had to get the gift!) Great price for the quality.

  • Works well, runs quietly and smoothly, and looks nice on the counter.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 29, 2005
    • By: Kathryn
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Kathryn

    Works well, runs quietly and smoothly, and looks nice on the counter.

  • Unlike every coffee grinder we have owned before, this grinder is quiet and does not generate a lot of static electricity. The wide choice of grinds is important to us as we regularly use more than one type of coffee maker.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 28, 2005
    • By: Mary
    • From: MN
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Mary

    Unlike every coffee grinder we have owned before, this grinder is quiet and does not generate a lot of static electricity. The wide choice of grinds is important to us as we regularly use more than one type of coffee maker.

  • Professional look and operation. Good quality.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 27, 2005
    • By: Robin
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Robin

    Professional look and operation. Good quality.

  • Quiet operation delivers excellent ground coffee. I use it for both regular drip and espresso grinds. The fine grinds are the consistency of powder.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 20, 2005
    • By: Ronald
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Ronald

    Quiet operation delivers excellent ground coffee. I use it for both regular drip and espresso grinds. The fine grinds are the consistency of powder.

  • I recommend this product with the following caveat.

    It does a nice job grinding coffee. But, there are a couple of design issues. The most irritating being the catch hoppers inability to stay in place during a grind cycle. The hopper vibrates itself out during the process, and you end up with coffee being deposited behind the hopper, inside the grinder. It's a mess. The fix I came up with, was to put some electrical tape on the bottom of the hopper (increases tension between the hopper and the spring tab on the mill). At just short of $100, I shouldn't have to come up with any fixes (thus the poor value rating).

    The other design issue has to do with the timer. This grinder is replacing a 10 year old Braun Automatic Coffee Mill. If you were making 10 cups, you dialed up 10 cups. I assumed (wrongly, my fault) that this would be the same with the Capresso Mill. You will have to do some experimenting on your own to come up with your own prefferences (I came up with 8 for 10 cups).

    Overall, it's a nice product. It is more quiet than the old Braun (a plus). And, now that I know how long to set the timer, it does a very nice, consistent job.

    I hope this helps.

    I recommend this product.
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    • December 6, 2005
    • By: Lou
    • From: PA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Lou

    I recommend this product with the following caveat.

    It does a nice job grinding coffee. But, there are a couple of design issues. The most irritating being the catch hoppers inability to stay in place during a grind cycle. The hopper vibrates itself out during the process, and you end up with coffee being deposited behind the hopper, inside the grinder. It's a mess. The fix I came up with, was to put some electrical tape on the bottom of the hopper (increases tension between the hopper and the spring tab on the mill). At just short of $100, I shouldn't have to come up with any fixes (thus the poor value rating).

    The other design issue has to do with the timer. This grinder is replacing a 10 year old Braun Automatic Coffee Mill. If you were making 10 cups, you dialed up 10 cups. I assumed (wrongly, my fault) that this would be the same with the Capresso Mill. You will have to do some experimenting on your own to come up with your own prefferences (I came up with 8 for 10 cups).

    Overall, it's a nice product. It is more quiet than the old Braun (a plus). And, now that I know how long to set the timer, it does a very nice, consistent job.

    I hope this helps.

  • I've been buying on line for years, and generally you get value for your money. I sent back a Cuisinart burr grinder and selected the Capresso, which costs $30 more. The Capresso is much more uniform in grind, and is much less messy--no coffee dust spewing forth when you take the collection cup out of the machine. But it still doesn't produce a coarse grind on the coarsest setting. It's coarser than the Cuisinart, and it's coarser than my friends' blade grinders, but the grains are about half the diameter of the coarse grind of the machine at the supermarket. I'll stick with it and adapt my coffee-making, but I know a simple machine can make coarse-ground coffee. I just can't find the make that did it back when my dad was grinding coffee (yes, it was electric, Virginia, and also noisy, but the coffee was ground to perfection.)

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    • November 15, 2005
    • By: Angus
    • From: OR
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family

    Angus

    I've been buying on line for years, and generally you get value for your money. I sent back a Cuisinart burr grinder and selected the Capresso, which costs $30 more. The Capresso is much more uniform in grind, and is much less messy--no coffee dust spewing forth when you take the collection cup out of the machine. But it still doesn't produce a coarse grind on the coarsest setting. It's coarser than the Cuisinart, and it's coarser than my friends' blade grinders, but the grains are about half the diameter of the coarse grind of the machine at the supermarket. I'll stick with it and adapt my coffee-making, but I know a simple machine can make coarse-ground coffee. I just can't find the make that did it back when my dad was grinding coffee (yes, it was electric, Virginia, and also noisy, but the coffee was ground to perfection.)

  • The grinder is nice, but the mess created by the static is really awful, and takes a long time to clean up. The opening is too small to hold the filter directly under it (which would help avoid the static), and it doesn't have a tube that directs the feed of the grounds so they just fly around. I'd like to return it, but can't seem to find one without this static problem. I really can't understand how manufacturers design things so poorly. It's not like this is the first coffee grinder ever built!

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    • November 11, 2005
    • By: Mary Susan
    • From: OR

    Mary Susan

    The grinder is nice, but the mess created by the static is really awful, and takes a long time to clean up. The opening is too small to hold the filter directly under it (which would help avoid the static), and it doesn't have a tube that directs the feed of the grounds so they just fly around. I'd like to return it, but can't seem to find one without this static problem. I really can't understand how manufacturers design things so poorly. It's not like this is the first coffee grinder ever built!

  • Outstanding! Don't waste your money on the "inexpensive" burr style grinders. The conical design of this machine prevents static build up and gives 1 1/2 cups of uniformly ground coffee in 10 seconds. No kidding!

    I recommend this product.
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    • October 21, 2005
    • By: Rita
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Professional

    Rita

    Outstanding! Don't waste your money on the "inexpensive" burr style grinders. The conical design of this machine prevents static build up and gives 1 1/2 cups of uniformly ground coffee in 10 seconds. No kidding!

  • This works great, assuming you follow the directions. That means that if you do wash the burrs in water, you absolutely, positively must have them completely dry. Beyond that, I'm finding I'm using a lot less coffee and getting a lot more flavor than with the Melitta Grind N'Brew this helped replace. A most worthwhile investment that will help you experience coffee in a whole new way and for a lot less money than plunking down a couple of bucks at the nearest java emporium.

    I recommend this product.
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    • October 7, 2005
    • By: Steven
    • From: NY
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Steven

    This works great, assuming you follow the directions. That means that if you do wash the burrs in water, you absolutely, positively must have them completely dry. Beyond that, I'm finding I'm using a lot less coffee and getting a lot more flavor than with the Melitta Grind N'Brew this helped replace. A most worthwhile investment that will help you experience coffee in a whole new way and for a lot less money than plunking down a couple of bucks at the nearest java emporium.

  • This is a good coffee grinder the only problem with it is that when you grind coffee the container that the grinds go into does not have any kind of catch and does not stay in the slot due to the vibration of the grinder. It slides out and the grinds get all over the front of the grinder due to the static when grinding. You need to stand there and hold the cup in until it finishes grinding.

    I recommend this product.
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    • September 23, 2005
    • By: RONALD
    • From: NJ
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Professional

    RONALD

    This is a good coffee grinder the only problem with it is that when you grind coffee the container that the grinds go into does not have any kind of catch and does not stay in the slot due to the vibration of the grinder. It slides out and the grinds get all over the front of the grinder due to the static when grinding. You need to stand there and hold the cup in until it finishes grinding.

  • Solidly built, very good grinding range. The coarsest grind for French press still has some residual powder, but I have yet to see a grinder without that. Much quieter than the competition. Very tight-fitting components, so there is no spillage. So far, virtually no static, but I suspect that might be also a function of the type of beans & their packaging. This is our third burr grinder and is by far the best.

    I recommend this product.
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    • August 16, 2005
    • By: Bohdan
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    Bohdan

    Solidly built, very good grinding range. The coarsest grind for French press still has some residual powder, but I have yet to see a grinder without that. Much quieter than the competition. Very tight-fitting components, so there is no spillage. So far, virtually no static, but I suspect that might be also a function of the type of beans & their packaging. This is our third burr grinder and is by far the best.

  • The Capresso grinder has replaced a smaller 2-year old De Longhi that was very messy and not performing very well. The Capresso grinder is first-rate. No regrets whatever about this purchase. Thanks.

    I recommend this product.
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    • August 4, 2005
    • By: John
    • From: CA
    • I Cook: Very Often

    John

    The Capresso grinder has replaced a smaller 2-year old De Longhi that was very messy and not performing very well. The Capresso grinder is first-rate. No regrets whatever about this purchase. Thanks.

  • The Infinity does a great job. Plenty of settings to get just the grind you want. Makes a huge difference over blade grinders for both cappuccino and regular brew coffee. My only complaint I have is this grinder generates a bit of static so the ground coffee sticks to the bottom container. But, for the price, you can't beat this grinder.

    I recommend this product.
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    • July 7, 2005
    • By: David
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family

    David

    The Infinity does a great job. Plenty of settings to get just the grind you want. Makes a huge difference over blade grinders for both cappuccino and regular brew coffee. My only complaint I have is this grinder generates a bit of static so the ground coffee sticks to the bottom container. But, for the price, you can't beat this grinder.

  • I bought this product for my husband. We have a drip coffee grinder, an expresso coffee maker and a "push down" coffee maker. He is delighted with the performance of the Infinity! For the first time no guess work and perfectly ground coffee every time. Our family and friends are impressed!

    I recommend this product.
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    • April 27, 2005
    • By: Helene
    • From: NJ
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Party Host

    Helene

    I bought this product for my husband. We have a drip coffee grinder, an expresso coffee maker and a "push down" coffee maker. He is delighted with the performance of the Infinity! For the first time no guess work and perfectly ground coffee every time. Our family and friends are impressed!

  • Good grinder - it's a first burr grinder I have had, so can't compare to other ones of this kind, but I am very happy with the product. Quiet, easy to setup.

    I recommend this product.
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    • April 7, 2005
    • By: George
    • From: IL
    • I Cook: For Special Occasions
    • Style: Family

    George

    Good grinder - it's a first burr grinder I have had, so can't compare to other ones of this kind, but I am very happy with the product. Quiet, easy to setup.

  • I really like the fact that it's MUCH quieter than our old blade grinder, but I bought it because burr grinders are advertised as providing an even grind, and while the amount of sediment in our espresso has been dramatically reduced, the sediment in our french press and drip brewers seem unaffected. I am still experimenting with the 16 grind settings, but I don't expect to see much improvement. If I knew then what I know now, considering a blade grinder costs $100 less, I'd stick with the blade grinder.

    I recommend this product.
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    • March 21, 2005
    • By: Robyn
    • From: MA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Party Host

    Robyn

    I really like the fact that it's MUCH quieter than our old blade grinder, but I bought it because burr grinders are advertised as providing an even grind, and while the amount of sediment in our espresso has been dramatically reduced, the sediment in our french press and drip brewers seem unaffected. I am still experimenting with the 16 grind settings, but I don't expect to see much improvement. If I knew then what I know now, considering a blade grinder costs $100 less, I'd stick with the blade grinder.

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