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Dualit Burr Coffee Grinder 75002

4.3 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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  • Coffee grinder
  • Professional quality
  • 1-10 portion control switch
  • Fine to coarse grinding settings
  • Takes 250g of beans
  • Aroma protecting grinding

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Technical Details
Brand Dualit
Model Number75002
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions16 x 28.5 x 11 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB000094U5T
Best Sellers Rank 924,077 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 Kg
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Date First Available8 April 2003
  
 

Product description

Product Description

It?s official, Britain is no longer a nation of tea drinkers - coffee is now the hot drink of choice. With the meteoric rise in popularity of coffee, the right machine to make the perfect cup is essential and the new range of Dualit Coffee Makers are just what consumers have been looking for. All the machines have been beautifully designed, with trademark Dualit style, combined with supremely simple functionality.


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I have had this grinder for about three years and have been very happy with it. I have found it capable of grinding beans down to a very fine degree; sufficient to produce a very good crema on an espresso.

Yes, there is a little static that causes some grains of coffee to stick to the container; and you know when it is doing its job by the noise it makes - but I have not found these inconvenient or annoying.

One thing that does set it apart from many other grinders is the generous aperture of the bean hopper; it makes pouring in the beans easy and fuss-free.
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This coffee grinder may not be cheap but it is one of the best, I've had one now for a few months with no problems at all, The coffee comes out uniformally grounded from fine to coarse, The choice is yours from the adjustable "metal" grinding wheels....Oh there is one small point, Don't touch the metal pins of your plug when removing it from the socket just after grinding, You get a kick similar to the shocks off car doors....?????
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By A Customer on 15 Nov. 2003
OK so I love Coffee! Not instant stuff though, the real thing!
For 3 years now I’ve been grinding coffee by hand, trying to “perfect” that blend of beans. Then I received an Amazon gift voucher for my birthday and decided NOW I’m getting this grinder.
a) Ease of use; Trust me… it couldn’t be simpler
b) Speed; Need I say more, this thing is fast!
c) Texture; The selection of how fine you want it to grind is VERY simple to use. You can grind for your cafetiere, coffee filter and espresso maker, all with different coarseness.
d) Results; it now gives the perfect grinded coffee beans
e) Noise; this grinder is surprisingly quite!
What will I change? Well nothing apart from maybe the addition of an espresso “compactor” or automated dispenser. But these are features for more industrial type grinders anyway which will add to the price.
At over £50 this might at 1st not look like the very best value for money as you can buy £25 grinders in some shops. I’ve done my homework and I believe this is by far the best value for money/performance you can currently buy. The grinder offers superior qualities like a “stone” grind protector for when those little stones that find their way into the beans might enter the grinder. Great feature!
If you love coffee and you are in the market for a grinder, this is the one you want!
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UPDATE 2011:
Had this about 2.5 years now and still going strong. The problems I was having with static appear to actually come down to the quality of the coffee. I've been using freshly roasted beans for the last year or so and have never had the problems with static since. Still highly recommended!

UPDATE 2010:
I've now had this for about 21 months, brilliant! is all i can say.
I now have a Rancilio Silvia Coffee Machine and the Dualit Grinder grinds the beans to the perfect size. I've NEVER had a bad coffee. As others may have mentioned, every now and again there are problems with Static but by using a metal teaspoon to counter this once every 3-4 months it's really no problem (takes all of 5 seconds to do).
BUY IT!
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I just had to come on here and post a wee review of this grinder.

It's everything i expected and more. I've never had such great Crema on my espresso and this is down to the fantastic grind it gives. I've had the Krups grinder for the last 8 years and thought it was fine, i'm a bit of a coffee adict (fiend) and have gone from having a few good cups of strong filter coffee a day to three or four espresso's a day as they are just so darn good!

I don't use an electric coffee maker, i use the Presso hand drawn, rather green friendly coffee machine and this with the fantastic grind i'm getting is giving me superb shots!!!

One thing i'd better mention, it makes a HUGE difference if you get good coffee beans :) even the best supermarket fair trade beans dont compare to a good freshly roasted source (look about online and i'm sure you'll find places that deliver just like i did.)

Well, that's enough rambling, upshot is this machine rocks!
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I had owned my Gaggia Coffee Deluxe for a few months before investing in this grinder, previously I had been using a blade grinder and pre-ground coffee. My results were quite good but I knew the machine was capable of more so I decided to research grinders. I had it narrowed down to the Gaggia MM or this one in the end and the spec of the Dualit seemed much better. After using it now for a couple of months I can say I made the right choice. The grind is extremely uniform and I find the second finest setting gives me a good 20 second shot with an amazing crema every time.
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If you've bought an espresso machine then you need this grinder. Ive spent ages looking for a grinder - having used the rotary type that just smash up the beans. The Dualit grinder makes the most of your beans - they get crushed like there supposed to. This makes the most of the flavour.
The only fault - noise! (oh and static - tap the ground coffee holder before you pour as static will cause coffee grounds to go everywhere).
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