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Bodum Bistro Electric Coffee Grinder - Off White

by Bodum
144 customer reviews
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Off White
  • Holds 60 g of coffee beans: transparent lid allows visibility to achieve desired coarseness
  • Strong, durable stainless steel cutting blade that spins at a precise RPM
  • Easy, push-button control allows for pulse action or continuous grind
  • Convenient cord storage in base
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Product Information

Colour: Off White
Technical Details
Brand Bodum
Model Number11160-913UK
ColourOff White
Item Weight880 g
Product Dimensions9.5 x 16.6 x 9 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB00525XLT0
Best Sellers Rank 8,037 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight880 g
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Date First Available22 May 2011
  
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Colour: Off White

Product Description

The Bistro Blade Grinder takes coffee beans from coarse to fine quickly and efficiently for fresh brewing.

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  • 1 x Bistro Coffee Grinder

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    Customer Reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars

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    35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Tony Duke on 12 Jan. 2013
    Colour Name: Black
    Decided to go with Bodum as I am a fan of their presses, and I am not dissapointed! I wanted to take the plunge into coffee grinding as I was interested to see and tastes the difference between freshly ground, and store bought ground beans.

    The device itself is really brilliant; in my mind, I had a picture of a coffee bean grinder being a large cumbersome device that would be hard to clean up, and would sound like a machine gun when it was turned on at 6am. How wrong I was, as you can tell from the images, it's a cute little unit with a single button press that starts the bean murdering.

    That's all it is, one button, so fairly idiot proof too; just don't try to make smoothies in it or there certainly will be trouble. The feel is great as it is rubber-ized on the sides and it features a cable wrap under the base so you can wrap up the cable and store the little guy away somewhere. Size wize, I would say it's 30% bigger than a tin of beans, meaning you can easily hold it on one hand.

    Noise is fine, it's not as annoyingly loud as a blender which is a huge plus. I would say the noise is comparable to an angry electric toothbrush, or maybe two. I wouldn't rank it as a loud kitchen appliance at all.

    The actual main purpose - Grinding; Good I guess! I use a coffee press so I grind my beans coarse as Martian rocks. The manual mentions not to go mental with the motor as it could burn out, but I fill up the machine, let it buzz for literally 2-5 seconds, with a few pulses just to mix it around. Not much more to say! 'Does what it says on the tin'!

    Grinding the beans is a fun little notion, I purchase 200-250G bags of beans and grind them up all at once and store the ground beans in the fridge. This is such a painless process it's almost fun.
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    107 of 114 people found the following review helpful By themisanthrope on 17 Oct. 2011
    Colour Name: Black
    I'm not one of the coffee snobs from the review pages of other coffee grinders. As such, I won't be banging on about grain consistency, or heat damage to the coffee grounds. I was looking for an affordable coffee grinder that was compact, easy to use, easy to clean, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing. This grinder has ticked all these boxes, as I shall demonstrate. With words.

    It's small, but holds more than enough coffee beans to make a litre of strong coffee. For ease of storage, the power cable can be coiled up and hidden in the base. 10/10.

    Using the grinder couldn't be simpler: Lid off, coffee beans in, lid on, press button. The button itself forms part of the lid, which means it is almost impossible to accidentally turn it on with the lid off. I mean sure, you *could* manage it with a paperclip or a biro or something, but then you'd be an idiot. To avoid the motor overheating (which can affect coffee grinders of this type, if other reviewers are to be believed) I use several short 5-10 second bursts. The resulting ground coffee isn't perfectly uniform, but I can only see this as being a problem for the truly OCD, or for those whose coffee-making-apparatus obsession borders on mental instability; the coffee itself brews perfectly adequately. 8/10.

    It is fairly easy to clean: I just switch off the power at the mains, run a finger around the inside of the bowl to get the remaining dregs, and voila. Every now and then I use a damp cloth to give it a proper clean. Again, a quick wipe around the inside of the bowl and lid is sufficient. Getting every last speck of powder can be tricky, especially around the blades. Please refer to the preceding paragraph to see what I think of those for whom this would be an issue. 8/10.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By me moi on 29 Mar. 2013
    Colour Name: Red Verified Purchase
    We've been using this for about 2 years.
    it is really lovely and works real, real well.
    brilliant possesion.
    Thanks
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    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Cheshire Dave TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Feb. 2013
    Colour Name: Lime Green Verified Purchase
    I got this because: a) at the time, it was half the price of all the other more mainstream colours*; and b) my son had 'permanently borrowed' my previous black Bodum grinder (with different styling).

    This grinder seems fine after a month. (It's noisy, of course, so no sleepless 5am grinding is possible!)

    A bit of a pain to use every day, like you should, so I grind a few days' beans at a time and keep the result in an old 'Azera (?) Acera' (?) upmarket instant coffee tin with the Tupperware-type orange plastic lid to keep the air out - a good solution, seeing as the tin is 'free' and the right, small size.

    I can see that he grounds might get into the tiny button below the red on/off plunger, as some have said, so I try to keep that bit free of grounds. Cleans up OK with a brush. I'm using what I think is a small, wooden pastry brush, but any chunky non-scratching brush will do.

    I have broken one of the unwritten Coffee Laws and ground a double quantity, then kept half stored inside the grinder, with the lid on, for an hour or so, ready for my second cup of the day. I'm talking weekends, obviously.

    So, in summary, no complaints, and I'll be back if it goes wrong within the 2-year guarantee period. Hope that helps.

    NOVEMBER 2013 - no problems, all OK. I've made sure I never overheat it when grinding a full packet at one time - give it a few minutes between grinding each 'bean load'.
    OCTOBER 2014 - all still OK, but I only use it once a month or so. I am trying to now buy more beans and less pre-ground. I ahev ground a full pack with little gap inbetween bean-loads, and motor has not overheated. But that's risky!

    *One small point I'd make - the rubbery plastic finish tends to 'absorb' coffee dust coloration, so the darker colours will probably look newer for longer. i wouldn't get the cool-looking white one! The green's bad enough but not a deal-breaker. Go for black or purple?
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