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Cuisinart CBM-18C Programmable Conical Burr Mill
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- Fully programmable 1/2 pound capacity hopper
- Cup selector from 1-14 for your precise amount of coffee
- 18 position grind selector from ultra-fine for espresso to extra coarse for French press.
- Removable grind chamber, heavy duty motor, cord storage
- Conical burr grinder delivers a full-flavor, uniform grind without heating the beans.
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This coffee mill lets you get more flavour out of your favourite coffee beans. The conical burr grinder provides a uniform grind, time after time, and optimum flavour. The 18 position grind selector allows you to choose from ultra-fine to extra-coarse grinds and a cup selector (from 2 to 14 cups) specifies the precise amount of coffee beans to be ground. A countdown timer automatically shuts the grinder off when the beans are ground. A manual override feature provides the option of grinding your own desired quantity and fineness. The removable bean hopper holds up to 8 ounces of beans and the grind chamber is removable for easy access and cleaning. A blue, backlit LCD display shows the timer, fineness setting, and number of cups.
Warranty: 18 months
Product of China
NOTE: Cuisinart Programmable Conical Burr Mill, model CBM-18
From the Manufacturer
The perfect grind will be yours every time with this elegant brushed stainless programmable conical burr mill. The easy to read LCD display shows time, fineness and number of cups to ensure that every grind is just right. The 18 position conical burr grinder grinds the coffee beans uniformly while maintaining their natural flavors and oils, and automatically stops grinding after the correct amount has been ground. It packs away neatly with the convenient cord storage and scoop/cleaning brush.
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Top Customer Reviews
A coffee snob cousin recommended a burr grinder and we finally purchased. Fairly quiet, expected more noise. Read other reviews that said more selected grind needed than the auto selection gave; example, select 8 cups if brewing 5 or 6. We started with 8 cups of grind and percolated 8 cups of water........PERFECT! Easy to clean. Operates as intended. Highly recommend!
Want to try a French press so will update on this grinder in mid-winter.
UPDATE. SEPTEMBER 25 > Wife wanted to try the grinder.....set it to make 6 coffee cups worth of grind. Dealing with the static from the grounds container, not a big deal, can be dealt with. All is right with the world again...........
UPDATE. November 19, 2015 Now that winter is starting to roll in the static issue is bothersome. I believe it is the same with most grinders this style. Every time I try to pour the grinds from the reservoir into the filter basket there is a small cascade of grinds onto the counter. Also, there is a small amount of grind in the reservoir chute that falls out onto the base. This has been mostly corrected by tapping the top where the led screen is. The static is what it is and the machine does what it is supposed to do very well. I would definetly still by this grinder.
UPDATE. January 21, 2016 The problem with grinds flying about is mostly cured by getting the grounds reservoir as close as possible into the filter before pouring. There are still some grinds that fall from the grinder as the reservoir is pulled out but really, I will survive.Read more ›
Here's my big gripe, though: the coffee maker gets gunked up with SIGNIFICANT amounts of ground coffee every time you use it, and there's no easy way to clean some of the crevices where the coffee builds up. As a result, you can wind up with significant amounts of stale (air-exposed) coffee in your next grind, unless you invest tedious effort to clean it, which completely defeats the purpose of grinding coffee fresh. The worst offender is the chute between the conical grinder and the clear plastic container. It's longer than it has any right to be (probably a couple inches), and really narrow. The only way to "clean" it is to stick the narrow-end of the included measuring cup / brush into the chute, and wiggle it around. When that happens, you get the mound of grounds shown in the attached picture splattering across the base of the unit (which is also full of gunk-collecting crevices). And to be clear, this is not an accumulation after weeks of use: this is all from ONE grind.
There's also the frequently commented upon issue of coffee grounds sticking to the plastic container (often in quite significant quantities), seemingly because of static electricity.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
After less than 1 month, this grinder died. Cuisinart then made me pay $10 to ship it to them to fix, PLUS $10 to have it returned. What a piece of junk. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
La mouture ne devient pas assez fine, même lorsque l'on choisit la mouture la plus fine parmi les choix de l'appareil.
Autrement il fonctionne très bien.
This product is good if you want regular ground coffee, but not great if you want a fine espresso grind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by susan daugherty
Works fine. Static on the grounds container can make it a little messy.Published 1 month ago by John D. Attas
Easy to use and it grinds a large amount or a little - whichever you prefer. The coffee sure tastes great when used with a French press.Published 2 months ago by sigmasum1962
So totally worth the money. I use it almost every day. I prefer MY OWN fresh coffee and I blend the beans myself. No Tim Horton's of Starbuck's required.Published 2 months ago by Darby
It's decent. Grinds consistently enough for a French Press but seems to have an issue with static electricity causing the grinds to stickPublished 2 months ago by Justin