De'Longhi KG89 Burr Coffee Grinder (Black)
- DUAL SAFE SYSTEM
- FINESS SELECTOR
- BURR GRINDING SYSTEM
- 1 Year Local (Singapore) Manufacturer Warranty
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Coffee Grinder, Double Safety system, 120g, Metal Wrap body, max: 12 cups
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The stainless steel on the picture is a scam and just decorative thing..
Otherwise works well, maybe a little loud but I expected that from electrical coffee grinder. I also don’t feel confident when rotation grind coarseness knob, since it’s chaning distance between burrs, but knob overall doesn’t feel sturdy.
I’m more than sure that there are plenty of similar electrical coffee grinders like this one with much less known brand names that make similar or even better quality. Not sure why I payed Delonghi for the brand, I thought quality will be good. But overall it’s just super cheap and low quality electrical coffee grinder that grinds coffee:)
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The coffee grain sizes produced by this machine are inconsistent. At the coarsest setting the grinds come out somewhat coarsely ground, with lots of powdery espresso dust mixed in. On the finest setting the grinds are about 80% espresso grinds with some mildly coarse grinds mixed in. At the time of purchase this was the only reasonably priced 220-240v grinder I could find on Amazon for my 2 year stint overseas. It gets the job done, but my conical burr hand grinder produces much better results.
-Coffee Grounds Delivery-
The grounds are shot into a plastic box which must be seated perfectly in the grinders chamber or a special switch will prevent the motor from running. The grounds produced come with such a static charge that they are stuck to the sides of the box. Opening the plastic box to retrieve the grounds is impossible to do without making a mess.
It gets the job done, barely.