What’s the best budget coffee grinder?

What’s the best budget coffee grinder?

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  1. I’ve had a good experience with the Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill, which is widely available for $30 to $50. It produces a far more consistent grind (which means tastier coffee) than my old $15-$20 blade grinder, and it’s easy to use.
    Drawbacks:

    It’s still a budget machine. It’s not as good as a $100 grinder (but it’s good enough for me).
    It’s pretty loud — I use it in the garage.

    http://www.cuisinart.com/products/coffee_bar/dbm-8.html

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  2. There’s another Hario hand grinder model absent from these answers: Hario Coffee Mill ‘CANISTER’ C .

    What's the best budget coffee grinder?


    It’s $42 on Amazon right now. I’ve been using it since January 2013, and I’m pretty happy with it. Took me six months to discover that the most effective way to grind was by sitting down and placing the grinder between my knees.

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  3. I would definitely go with a hand grinder over anything else if budget is a driving force. You will get a much better grind that’s on par with high end electric grinders, and it’s really not that much work. Best yet, it works during a power outage. (Though you’ll need a gas stovetop or some other means of boiling water during an outage for that to really matter.) I have a Porlex grinder which is great, but I’d pick the Harlo if I had to do it over again because of its design which keeps the handle on the axle. The handle of the Porlex grinder wears out where it attaches to the axle, and unless you perfect the skill of keeping it perfectly level, you will find the handle pops off as you’re grinding.
    On the other hand, if you’re using a regular drip machine, don’t need espresso-type grinds, and are more looking for speed and convenience, you’ll probably be perfectly happy with a budget electric grinder.

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  4. The Hario is probably your best bet. But whatever you do, don’t get a whirly blade machine. They don’t grind – they chop. Your coffee will suffer. Greatly.

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  5. I’d rather recommend you to try Hamilton Beach 80365 Custom Grind Hands-Free Coffee Grinder . It’s cheap (under 20 USD), easy in use and has 5 speeds.
    The best option of this coffee grinder is five grinding speeds, from coarse to fine. The coarse grinding is used for a further brewing on an open fire. While for coffee machines there are finer grinding options. In addition. this blade coffee grinder has suitably hidden cord storage, what make the device more compact for storage. Also, you can control the amount of grinding coffee thanks to a cup selector switcher. One more great function is the automatic shut off once your grounds are ready so that this feature will help you not waste additional power.
    There also other budget coffee grinders in review: BestAdvisor.com

    What's the best budget coffee grinder?


    Victor Allen’s

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  6. Reddit actually talks about this question a lot. The most mentioned coffee grinder on Reddit is the Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill .
    You can see here what Redditors say about it. There’s a fair amount of consensus about the quality of the Hario Skerton. At the time of writing this, it’s priced at $33.89 on Amazon.
    The second most linked to grinder on Reddit is the Hario Mini Mill Slim Hand Coffee Grinder . This one is slightly cheaper than the above, currently at $31.50 on Amazon. People on Reddit have a lot of good things to say about it.

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  7. These choices are based on my own experiences and the numerous machines that I’ve either owned or used enough to be very familiar with their pros and cons. All seven of these grinders are priced at around the 30 dollar price mark or lower, and they all offer excellent value.
    You can watch this video to learn more about these grinders.

    You will love this video because all grinders they selected are awesome and suitable for almost every need and requirement of family.
    Cheers!

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  8. Assuming budget means sub $100. The only choices available will be manual burr grinders (in order of performance)
    The Porlex Mini $80
    Hario Mini Slim $32
    Hario Skerton $40

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