Capresso Infinity Coffee Grinder

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Do you love the flavor of whole bean coffee but don’t have a grinder to chop up all of those beans? Then you’re probably in the market for a Capresso Coffee Grinder. There are a lot of various coffee grinders out there and ranging drastically in price from $20 to over $200. If you’re new to grinding beans, then it can be difficult making the right choice in investing in this new piece of coffee equipment.

If we were to suggest one to you, then we highly recommend this . First off, it comes in three different colors, so it’ll match any kitchen. Black, brushed steel, and stainless steel all look good with any other equipment you may have. The grinder has 16 grind settings and comes with commercial-grade conical burrs to ensure maximum coffee flavor. The computer controlled special grinding heads cut the angles and shapes of the steel burrs to within 0.1 mm precision. The burrs are produced as matched pairs and assembled for precise fit. With the multiple gear motor, it produces a slow grinding action which results in high precision grinding and creates a low noise so it’s not disturbing to you and your family during those early mornings. You have control over the size of the grind, from Turkish fine to coarse, so it’ll be sure to satisfy all different kinds of coffee preparation.

If this is your first Capresso coffee grinder and you’re already feeling overwhelmed with the features of this one, don’t worry. The Capresso coffee grinder is very easy to use. It has clearly marked fineness settings, four each, for extra fine, fine, regular and coarse. It’s made of commercial grade solid conical steel burs, so you don’t have to worry about ruining them if you’re just trying it out for the first time. The gear reduction motor grinds slow and creates less friction and heat build up. This helps to preserve maximum aroma and flavor in any grind setting. So, if at first you’re not sure what to grind it at, don’t hesitate about just trying it out. It goes slow so you can work with it and you won’t ruin any of the flavors of the coffee.

It’s see-though bean container holds up to 8.8 oz of beans and the upper conical burr is removable, making it very for easy cleaning. One of the best features of this piece is the timer. From 5-60 seconds, you can’t go wrong with this piece. The timer allows you to turn it on and walk away. No more holding down the same button wondering how long it’s been or wishing you had that extra hand free.

It’s truly a great product for beginners in the coffee-grinding world to even the most particular and advanced. It’s only 4.2 pounds, so it’s light and makes for easy storage and handling.

The only true downside to this particular Capresso coffee grinder is that it creates a static cling of the grounds to the machine. This can make the clean up difficult if you are grinding a lot of beans.

Pros:

  • Timer function
  • 3 color choices
  • 8.8. oz
  • slow grind

Cons:

  •  static-cling makes for messy clean up

Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder, Black

Do you love the flavor of whole bean coffee but don’t have a grinder to chop up all of those beans? Then you’re probably in the market for a Capresso Coffee Grinder. There are a lot of various coffee grinders out there and ranging drastically in price from $20 to over $200. If you’re new to grinding beans, then it can be difficult making the right choice in investing in this new piece of coffee equipment. If we were to suggest one to you, then we highly recommend this Capresso ...
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