KitchenAid - BCG111ER Blade Coffee Grinder - Empire Red

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KitchenAid Blade Coffee Grinder: Grind fresh coffee beans for your morning cup of joe in this coffee grinder, which provides markings on the 4-oz. bowl to let you know how much coffee you're preparing. The 160W motor and stainless steel blade deliver powerful action.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Blade Coffee Grinder

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (238 out of 248)

Features


Grind plenty of coffee beans to start your morning with

4-oz. stainless steel bowl lets you grind enough to make up to 12 cups of java at once.

Powerful design

160W motor and stainless steel blade cut through beans quickly.

Safety switch helps prevent accidents

Grinder will only operate when the top cover is safely in place.

Fingertip controls

Hold and press down on the top until the coffee beans are at a desired consistency.

Dishwasher-safe bowl, blade and top cover

For quick cleanup after you are finished.


Overall customer rating

4.6
96%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Coffee Grinder

    Posted
    Larry1972
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    The coffee grinder does a good job at grinding coffee for a conventional drip coffee pot (e.g. a "Mr. Coffee" type of pot ). After about 15 to 20 seconds of grinding, the ground coffee is a little coarse for my needs. The finer ground coffee collected under the blade and would not move (perhaps too much oil or moisture in the beans). This slowed down the grinding process for the remainder or the beans. I grind coffee for use in a "Keurig" and like a finer grind for stronger coffee. I will try different coffee beans to see if that helps the process. This is my third coffee grinder. My first one, from a different manufacturer, lasted over 15 years. The second one, again a different manufacturer, "burnt up the thermal resistor" the second time i used it but after the 30 day return period allowed by the online vendor. I bought this one based upon reputation of the manufacturer and Best Buy's return policy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    KitchenAid - Coffee Grinder Review

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    BBYrvwer
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    I purchased this grinder as an alternative to my Proctor Silex coffee grinder. While the build quality is a lot better, the Kitchen Aid grinder is heavy and noisy. You need to press down on the lid while its grinding as a safety measure. Pros: Well built. Good quality components. Removable dishwasher safe stainless steel grinder container with markings. Cons: Power cord is not retractable. Noisy operation. Grinding of coffee beans is inconsistent at times, needs to be ground longer even though it has a powerful motor as opposed to other brands. Ground coffee sticks to the sides at bottom of the container near the blades.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Super Heavy Duty Grinder

    Posted
    CoffeeLover
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    Since I love fresh coffee, I have used several different coffee grinders over the course my life. I've learned that with most things you get what you pay for and coffee grinders are no exception. My last grinder was a cheap quick replacement, which lasted all of 6 months and then the motor burned up. This is my second Kitchenaid grinder (the first lasted at least 15 years) and I was excited to find one locally. The motor is heavy duty and makes quick work of grinding coffee beans. For my money, this is the only brand I will buy when the time comes.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect Little Coffee Grinder

    Posted
    PotteryMan
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    This product is simple and that is a good thing. I expected it to grind coffee beans, and it grinds coffee beans. It is easy to clean and it is dishwasher safe. The inside cup and blade are made of stainless steel, therefore it does not retain the smell of your previous coffee grind. it is not large so if you are in need of a machine that grinds a ton of coffee at one time then you might be disappointed. But if you are looking to have fresh ground coffee then this machine is for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    It does the job !

    Posted
    Culatter
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    I had purchased a cheaper brand about 6 mo. ago. The problem I had is that I couldn't get a consistent blend of ground coffee. A mixture of coffee dust and course ground. Well no more since I purchased this KitchenAid having now a consistant and even blend. It took a little pratice but it dosent take long to figure that out. I also like the fact it has a removable blender cup to dump my freshly ground coffee. It's well made and I sense I'll have this for some time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great coffee grinder

    Posted
    DeeN
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    This is a great coffee grinder. I love the fact that you can remove the stainless steel cup to put the grounds in your coffee maker. My old coffee grinder did not have this, so this is a plus. The only reason why I gave this a four-star was because it can be a little finicky when you start the grinding process. You have to put even pressure with your hands flat on top of the top to begin. It just takes some getting use to.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Christmas present

    Posted
    Franksheed
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    We loved ours so much we bought this one for my parents. We went through a couple other models and a coffee maker with a built-in grinder. This is hands down the best because it makes almost no mess, it is easy to clean, it is very simple to use with no worthless options that just create product weakness, it is built tank strong, it grinds to perfection, and it has contined to perform at this high level for almost four years now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It does the job

    Posted
    Btownnj
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    It nicely does the job and not in a messy or loud fashion. My one complain is the lack of present holds for the on button. It would be nice to have either preset times or at least a counter on it so you don't have to count to yourself while grinding. It easily cleans up what very little mess it makes and it grounds the coffee to your needs without straining or loud noises. This one is a win. Also the construction is extremely solid and not cheap feeling.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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