Even though you will find just one Delonghi coffee grinder on this list, but it is a good grinder nonetheless. DeLonghi products expertly tread the line between aesthetics and performance, with every design element serving some sort of practical purpose while managing to look stylish. Given DeLonghi’s strong focus on coffee equipment, this applies doubly to their line of coffee grinders.Continue reading
Buying a Melitta coffee grinder is basically the same as buying a Hamilton Beach grinder. Because Melitta does not produce their own grinders for the North American market, you should be aware that the vast majority of them are manufactured by Hamilton Beach.Continue reading
Choosing a Cuisinart coffee grinder is choosing for a different grinder design then you’re probably used to. Cuisinart operates in the lower to middle end of the market, so if you are looking for high-end professional coffee equipment, you won’t find anything notable from Cuisinart.Continue reading
Every Black and Decker coffee grinder is different from the next, and the only similarity between devices seems to be the brand name.
It is hard to generalize about the brand, as some of their grinders are inexpensive and generic, some are expensive and generic, and others unique and feature-packed. Build quality seems inconsistent, features rarely cross over, and prices are all over the place.
A Hamilton Beach coffee grinder can be bought for the cost of a few fancy coffees. Because Hamilton Beach does not produce high-end coffee equipment, they should be considered a low-budget solution for coffee preparation. Due to their inexpensive nature, these appliances are typically of lower build quality than comparable machines from competitors, and also have a shorter shelf life.Continue reading
If you are looking for a solid, German built Braun coffee grinder, unfortunately you’re out of luck. Having discontinued their appliance product lines in 2008, any Braun coffee grinder found in the wild will carry an inflated price tag.Continue reading
Buying a Proctor Silex coffee grinder is like buying a Hamilton Beach grinder, except for a few differences. Given that Proctor-Silex’s parent company is Hamilton Beach, you should expect much of the same from their products. Their grinders are designed with the entry-level consumer in mind, and are typically some of the least expensive products in their range.Continue reading
The KRUPS Coffee Grinder F203 is a popular coffee grinder. But if you’re looking for a German-made KRUPS machine, your best bet is to order one of their pricier European SKUs. However, if you’re an American looking to bolster your coffee-making arsenal with affordable and easy to use equipment, you could do a lot worse than a KRUPS.Continue reading