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Whether you're an espresso drinker or a coffee drinker, grinding your beans fresh is one of the things you can do to help ensure your java tastes great. Grinders come in two basic types: burr grinders and blade grinders. Depending on what you're going to use your grinder for will depend on which type you should get. Whatever you decide your needs are, we have a wide selection in every price range to meet them. To help you make a decision, browse through the categories below.

There are two types of burr grinders: one with flat burrs or one with conical burrs. Both types of Burr Grinders have a stationary burr, with its second burr spinning from the motor. The beans fall between the two burrs and are ground. Burr Grinders have settings to select the exact coarseness or fineness of your grind. They grind consistently and are highly recommended for espresso machines.

Blade grinders do not have grind settings. The longer you grind, the finer the grind is, so you need to eye-ball it. Blade grinders do an adequate job for drip coffee, but are not recommended for espresso or coffee drinks that require very specific grinds as they do not grind consistently. Blade grinders are a great price and will work best in drip coffee makers.

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$40.00 - $1,795.00

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Price Range:
$18.99 - $28.45

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