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4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
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Maradon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent grinder. Only minor flaws.
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2019
(I am an ex professional barista.) CONS: -The grounds container doesn''t lock into place and will sometimes vibrate out during grinding. This is the only serious flaw with the product, and I feel it''s a minor one. I''ve gone through many of the reviews... See more
(I am an ex professional barista.)

CONS:

-The grounds container doesn''t lock into place and will sometimes vibrate out during grinding. This is the only serious flaw with the product, and I feel it''s a minor one. I''ve gone through many of the reviews and it seems that it''s simply a matter of construction inconsistency. Most people''s containers "click" into place; a minority do not. I was just unlucky enough to get one of the ones that don''t.

-You can''t remove the bottom burr to clean it. They really did do their best to make this easy to clean and I appreciate that you don''t have to undo a bunch of microscopic screws just to clean your burrs, but I really wish I could remove BOTH burrs to give them a thorough wipe-down. It''s difficult to clean the one that''s stuck inside the grinder. The other lifts out easily by a cute little handle.

PROS:

-High quality, consistent grind. The brewing methods I use most all hover around the medium grind range, so I haven''t really tested the extremes of coarse and fine. Can''t speak to those. But as far as the medium ranges, it grinds beautifully and consistently. That''s what matters in the end, right?

-The beans feed very well, even for single dosing. Never an issue.

-As mentioned above, the ability to clean the grinder is taken into account in the construction. No need to delicately deconstruct the whole thing and keep track of a bunch of itty bitty screws and springs. The top part of the grinder and the top burr simply turn-and-lift out, and then turn-and-lock back into place. So nice.

-It''s aesthetically pleasing and takes up little room on the counter. All the materials have a quality feel.

-It isn''t super noisy. All grinders are gonna make noise, to be sure, but as far as grinders go, this one has a pretty gentle sound. I''ve definitely used my fair share of grinders that made me feel like my brain was going to vibrate out of my skull, and this one has a polite hum by comparison.

-The price for this level of quality is unbeatable. I can''t even believe I paid less than one hundred dollars for this. Real talk, folks: these are steel conical burrs. Solid construction. 40+ grind settings. Did I mention steel conical burrs? I never thought I would own something like this for less than $250. You cannot beat this price point/quality intersection. You just can''t. This grinder is price-meets-quality king.

USAGE:

You''re working with three variables: time, grind, and amount. There are two popular approaches to working out your dose.

Method 1: You leave ''amount'' as the open variable. With this method, you dump all your beans in the hopper and store them there. You then adjust grind and time until you''re getting the right dose at the right grind level.

Method 2: You leave ''time'' as the open variable. With this method, you only deposit the amount of beans you plan to use for each dose, adjust the grind as needed, and let it take whatever amount of time it takes. You''re adjusting the amount and the grind, rather than adjusting the grind and the time. (This is called "single dosing.")

Go to any coffee forum, and you''ll be pages of debate about which of these methods is superior. Honestly, you should use the method that feels best for YOU.

The reason I bring it up here is because people seem anxious that Method #2 will damage the burrs over time, since you run them all the way to empty every time you grind.

Here''s my take: I use Method #2, because I feel that the beans start to taste stale if left in the hopper. (Everyone''s tastebuds are different; there''s no right or wrong.) This means that I let the burrs run until I hear the sound change from a low growl to a high pitched growl, which indicates that the burrs are grinding empty, and then I manually stop the grind.

I honestly don''t see any issue with this, and I don''t feel any anxiety about it. Think about it: if you''re cleaning the burrs between bean swaps, you''re letting them run for several seconds on empty anyway. Even the manufacturer instructions tell you to do this when cleaning the burrs! The only difference here is that instead of intentionally running them on empty for several seconds to clean them, you''re running them on empty for one single second every day/dose. I''d never recommend doing that on a fine espresso setting, but as long as you''re in the medium-to-coarse range, I don''t see any possible ways the burrs could damage each other. There''s no way the burrs are touching at that distance, regardless of variables like heat expanding the metal and other things coffee nerds like to debate about.

I hope this review was helpful. I''ll update in a year to let you know if this grinder held up through daily use.
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Lunch
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great at first and then started to dissapoint
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2018
=== 1 YEAR OF OWNERSHIP REVIEW === I''ve now owned this grinder for a little less than a year, and I''m sad to say that it has not lived up to my initial impressions. The quality that I initially perceived is just not there with this product. There are three reasons that... See more
=== 1 YEAR OF OWNERSHIP REVIEW ===
I''ve now owned this grinder for a little less than a year, and I''m sad to say that it has not lived up to my initial impressions. The quality that I initially perceived is just not there with this product. There are three reasons that I''d like to go over to justify why I am adjusting my original 5 star review down to a 2 star review.

Reason 1: After just a month or two the grinder started making a buzzing noise when plugged in to the wall outlet, but powered off. The buzzing is not obnoxiously loud, but was loud enough to make me wander around my around my apartment searching for where the strange noise was coming from. I contacted OXO about the problem and they acknowledged that there are issues with this model starting to buzz over time. I was assured it would not impact the performance (which is hasn''t) and that they would contact me when a replacement was available with the issue resolved. It has been several months and I still have not heard anything from them sadly. For now I just keep it unplugged on my counter and plug it in every time I go to use it.

Reason 2: The grinder now suddenly stops on it''s own before the timer is done. In order to resume grinding I need to push down on the bean hopper. When the hopper is locked in place it presses down on a switch (a safety thing I presume) which allows it to start grinding, but even when locked in place the hopper does not sit flush in place and one edge of the hopper is raised up. Now whenever I use this grinder I have to stand over it and push down on the hopper until it is done.

Reason 3: This one is by far my biggest annoyance. The grinder no longer ejects all the ground coffee! If I put in 20g of beans, I will get about 16g ejected into the container. In order to get the remaining 4g of coffee out I have to give the grinder a good shake and run it again. I thought this might be happening due to it being clogged internally, so I pulled things out and cleaned everything very well, but it still happens.

=== ORIGINAL REVIEW ===
First I must say that I am thrilled to be the first reviewer of this product that didn''t receive it for free. Well, I''m not thrilled that apparently everyone except me is getting free stuff, but I digress. Anyways due to the overwhelming amount of "received this product for free" reviews I will say that I was very hesitant to purchase this grinder since I was skeptical of fake reviews.

In my case it was finally time to upgrade from my Hario Skerton hand crank grinder (which is awful and never produced a consistent grind. A medium setting would produce fine dust and huge 1/4 pieces of beans. I don''t know why people give it so much praise to be honest). I took a look all the big name grinders and a ton of the knockoffs that are available here on Amazon as well. I settled on this one because I have owned a few OXO products in the past and despite them being a little on the pricier side I''m always very happy with their build quality and design.

I''m happy to say that this OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is no exception to that! The quality is fantastic and I knew it was well built the moment I took it out of the box. Setting it up was a breeze and I was pleasantly surprised at how quiet this grinder is. It has a small footprint and fits well on my kitchen counter. The grind it produces is consistent whether you select fine, coarse, or anywhere in between. So far I have made coffee using a French Press, an Aeropress, and my new V60. All three turned out significantly better than the cups I was getting from my old hand grinder. If you''re looking for a quality burr grinder that doesn''t sound like a shop-vac I would definitely recommend this one.
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tweety
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
No static and good grind quality
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
I''ve owned two conical burr grinders in the $100 price range and they both make a big mess while grinding because of the static electricity they generate. The designers of the OXO completely eliminated the static problem by incorporating three design features: a metal... See more
I''ve owned two conical burr grinders in the $100 price range and they both make a big mess while grinding because of the static electricity they generate. The designers of the OXO completely eliminated the static problem by incorporating three design features: a metal grounds bin, a grounded power plug, and a lower motor RPM.

There is a little metal tab at the top of the bay that the grounds bin slides into which connects the metal bin to the ground prong on the 3-prong power plug. This grounds the metal bin giving the static electricity a path to dissipate to.

I know the motor speed is slower than my previous grinders because it takes almost 30 seconds to grind the 60 grams of coffee I need to brew a pot. Not only does the lower RPM help to minimize static, but improves the quality of the grind. There are far fewer fines in the medium and coarse grind settings I use. The slower RPM also keeps the metal burrs from heating up as much and it lowers the noise level.

This grinder gets a solid five stars.

UPDATE 9/3/18: I''m still very happy the grind quality. In doing a little more research, I''ve found that this grinder has 40mm burrs and runs at 400rpm which matches the specs of the highly rated $230 Baratza Virtuoso .
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Jay W Butler
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pretty nice grinder, except for...
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2018
I generally find this coffee grinder appealing. First, the stainless steel cup that locks into place during grinding. My previous grinder''s cup would slowly vibrate out, causing ground coffee to fill up behind it, requiring clean up. That was resolved by wrapping a... See more
I generally find this coffee grinder appealing.
First, the stainless steel cup that locks into place during grinding. My previous grinder''s cup would slowly vibrate out, causing ground coffee to fill up behind it, requiring clean up. That was resolved by wrapping a rubber band around the unit to hold the cup in place. No more rubber band with this OXO grinder.
Second, the timer preset is very handy and helps to consistently grinder the desired amount of coffee.
Third, the overall dimensions, look and feel complement our kitchen.

So, with all of this why only three stars? My sole gripe with this unit is I cannot leave it unattended during grinding because it always fails to consistently feed beans down into the grinder. They get hung up for some reason and I have to shake or whack the unity to get the beans to continue to feed. This happens consistently and wasn''t a problem with the older Capresso unit it replaced. But, again, I passed on Capresso this time because the cup would not stay in place during grinding.
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HedgeMage
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The secret to the great un-clog
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
I almost returned this thing after about two days of use; it had completely stopped working due to an internal clog, and the included de-clogging instructions were useless. However, with a little experimentation, I found a method that works reliably, and without as much... See more
I almost returned this thing after about two days of use; it had completely stopped working due to an internal clog, and the included de-clogging instructions were useless. However, with a little experimentation, I found a method that works reliably, and without as much fuss as I''d expected.

1) Empty any remaining beans from the hopper into another container and set aside. Set the hopper aside as well, but empty; you''ll need it again soon. Set aside the grounds bin as well, also empty.

2) Remove the top burr grinder piece (its handle rotates up, and then you can twist it out) and set aside.

3) Dump remaining loose coffee bits from around the burr grinder at the top of the machine into your separate container (just like from the hopper) and set that container aside. You won''t need it again until after you''re finished de-clogging.

4) UNPLUG the machine. and get ready to make a bit of a mess (these next few steps are worth doing over a sink if you can, in order to reduce clean-up).

5) Using a soft, non-metal utensil so as not to damage the burrs (I had a soft plastic lab pipette nearby which was perfect), gently scrape out any packed coffee grounds from around the bottom burr grinder on top of the machine. You won''t get it all on the first attempt, just get what''s easy.

6) Using the same or similar utensil, poke up into the chute that coffee grounds normally come out of. Dislodge as much of the packed grounds as you can, then shake gently so that the stragglers will fall out.

7) Taking the grinder back to its usual home, plug it back in and replace the bean hopper and the grounds bin but NOT the top burr grinder piece.

8) Run the grinder like this, in short (5 second) bursts until grinds stop coming out.

9) Remove the hopper and bin, then follow cleaning steps 4-8 once more. By the time you''ve done that second run, the machine should be mostly de-clogged.

10) Scrape any caked-on coffee grounds from the top bur grinder, and put it back where it belongs (you''ll need to remove the hopper to get access).

11) Run one or two 5-second bursts to make sure everything''s worked its way out, but your grinder should now be ready to use. Return your container of beans and bits to the hopper and grind away!

How does this thing get clogged in the first place? I was trying to grind enough coffee to fill a container to take to work, and the lid on top of this grinder''s grounds bin does not provide a good view into the bin. When the grounds pile up to high, the machine backs up and will just keep compressing grounds together inside until it''s totally jammed.

Having learned my lesson, I now take the lid off the grounds bin whenever I need to grind more than a single pot''s coffee. This puts me at a slightly higher risk of mess, but the grounds don''t shoot out badly and I can see when i need to dump the bin out into another container.
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RANDY OLSON
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is the WORST grinder made
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2020
I bought this and used it for a week and it would no longer grind coffee beans. I called OXO support and they said the grinder would not work with ANY KIND OF OILY BEAN. I said I use Starbucks French Roast... and they said... oh... yeah... the grinder will back up tight and... See more
I bought this and used it for a week and it would no longer grind coffee beans. I called OXO support and they said the grinder would not work with ANY KIND OF OILY BEAN. I said I use Starbucks French Roast... and they said... oh... yeah... the grinder will back up tight and be unusable if you use that kind of coffee bean. They offered no solution... they did not call back when they said they would. THIS IS AN AWFUL PRODUCT. They don''t warn you that it won''t work with half of the coffee beans out there. I explained this would be a PR disaster when the public realized how useless the product is for anyone that grinds espresso or French roast or any other kind of oily bean. And they didn''t seem to care.
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jk
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Well-designed and great operation!
Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2018
I''m a coffee lover, and enjoy lighter roast beans with coffee made using French presses. I really enjoy using coffee grinders to get the freshest flavor from my coffee beans. I considered a number of different grinders, but I went with this one because it seemed... See more
I''m a coffee lover, and enjoy lighter roast beans with coffee made using French presses. I really enjoy using coffee grinders to get the freshest flavor from my coffee beans.

I considered a number of different grinders, but I went with this one because it seemed simpler to operate, and there were a number of design features that drew me to it. Plus, OXO''s older grinder seemed to get decent reviews.

- This grinder is pretty quiet and quick to operate. I use the 12 grind setting, and leave the timer for 7 seconds and I get the perfect amount for 16 oz of water. I''ve been consistently getting the same amount of grounds every time.

- The construction of the stainless steel removable burr with the plastic seems solid. I''ve seen other grinders with the burr in plastic housings that seem like they would fall apart after long term use. This grinder seems solid, but time will tell!

- The chute and grounds cup does not leave grounds falling everywhere, nor is there a bunch of static, so I think this part is well-designed.

- The footprint and overall size is pretty compact and the design is pretty clean and should fit in most kitchens.
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Harris D. Levin
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad mechanics
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2019
The reviews suggested this was a very good grinder. Initially it was. But soon the feeding of the beans into the grinder began slowing down and I would need to tap the entire grinder to get it going again. Finally, it simply stopped feeding the beans. Cleaning out... See more
The reviews suggested this was a very good grinder. Initially it was. But soon the feeding of the beans into the grinder began slowing down and I would need to tap the entire grinder to get it going again. Finally, it simply stopped feeding the beans. Cleaning out coffee beans and grinds did not fix this. Due to Amazon''s superb return policy, that is what I did. I did not reorder.
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MusicLover
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fast, quiet, well-made
Reviewed in Canada on March 19, 2020
I was initially sceptical of this grinder because of reviews that said it didn''t handle oily beans well and is hard to clean. That has not been my experience at all. Coincidentally, right after the grinder arrived, a friend gave me a bag of dark, oily beans. I was hesitant...See more
I was initially sceptical of this grinder because of reviews that said it didn''t handle oily beans well and is hard to clean. That has not been my experience at all. Coincidentally, right after the grinder arrived, a friend gave me a bag of dark, oily beans. I was hesitant at first but am now most of the way through the bag and there is no accumulation inside the grinder at all. I did prepare for the worst by figuring out ahead of time how to disassemble the burr mechanism. It is a piece of cake - no need to remove the hopper, no tools required, and the fine/coarse setting isn''t affected. Once the inner cone is removed, you can see that there is a straight, voluminous path to the output bin, which was a relief after my previous grinder. I brew with an Aeropress, so I use a pretty fine grind. It was easy to find a suitable setting (about 2/3 along the coarse/fine scale, so lots of range left if you need a really powdery grind.) Next: noise. Again, I recall seeing this mentioned in some reviews. I honestly don''t know what these people were expecting. In my workplace we have two burr grinders (a Rancilio Rocky and a Mazzer Mini Electronic.) Compared to the Rocky, the Oxo is way quieter and takes much less time. Compared to the Mazzer I would say that the Oxo is perhaps a bit quieter and takes about the same amount of time to grind a double-shot''s worth of beans. I generally keep my beans in the bag and only put into the grinder as many beans as I need right away, so the big hopper isn''t useful to me. The switch/timer works well: there''s a central button and a dial around the outside that lets you configure how long you want the grinder to run. Once you''ve figured out how long it takes to grind a couple of shots'' worth of beans, you can leave the timer in that position forever. If you want the grinder to stop before the timer expires, just press the central button again. (I saw one review in which the reviewer complained that there is no way stop the grinder without unplugging it - not so!) One other thing that I appreciate: the ground beans drop into a metal bin, which eliminates the static electricity that causes grounds to fly everywhere with my old Delonghi. So, to summarize: it''s reasonably fast, unexpectedly quiet, seems well designed, and is easy to use. Considering that the Rocky and the Mazzer in my office each retail for ten times the price of this Oxo, I feel that the Oxo is great value. Things that I''d change: * There''s nowhere to store the cord. The (commendably sturdy) cord doesn''t play well with the other things in the cupboard when I take the grinder out. * The output bin sits on a little shelf on the front of the grinder, but the keeper doesn''t reliably stop the bin from sliding off of the shelf. So when you pick up the grinder, you have to remember to hold onto the output bin with your spare hand. Update: after almost a year of daily use, the grinder is still working great and I still love it. Occasionally I take the mechanism apart to check for accumulation, but I haven''t found any yet. Very happy with this purchase!
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Yes, you CAN use it for espresso machines
Reviewed in Canada on May 24, 2019
Bought to replace an annoying Breville grinder that never was consistent and eventually blew a felt gasket somehow. This is a great unit — relatively quiet (for something that’s smooshing little coffee beans into powder) and very consistent so far. I’ve used three different...See more
Bought to replace an annoying Breville grinder that never was consistent and eventually blew a felt gasket somehow. This is a great unit — relatively quiet (for something that’s smooshing little coffee beans into powder) and very consistent so far. I’ve used three different beans in it — one oily, one decaf, one drier — and all have had great results. I use my beans in a Breville Barista Express machine (using the non-pressurized portafilter )and I have had great results once I’ve dialed it in. You have to grind properly and tamp properly but you can easily get excellent thick espresso shots with this combination. I often tell people that the grinder is the most important part of the equation for home baristas. Yes, you do need a sufficiently powerful machine. Regardless, though, a crappy grinder will make your results frustratingly bad. A good grinder is worth its weight in gold, imho.
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Katie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Easy to use
Reviewed in Canada on August 9, 2019
I bought this for drip coffee, so I use it on medium (9). I really like how every morning I can grind the same amount of coffee I need to brew one cup. It doesn''t get 5 stars because when I use the most coarse grind, the coffee granules are not all the same size, which is...See more
I bought this for drip coffee, so I use it on medium (9). I really like how every morning I can grind the same amount of coffee I need to brew one cup. It doesn''t get 5 stars because when I use the most coarse grind, the coffee granules are not all the same size, which is what you''re looking for when you purchase a burr grinder. But for the medium grind (and because I don''t think I''ll ever be much into French press), the granules seem to be roughly the same size. Same for the finer grind. I also love that it''s a one-button machine and it doesn''t take too much place on my counter top, and the noise level is acceptable (I''ve had Cuisinart and Breville grinders which I find much noisier). Most importantly, my coffee tastes great every time. Bottom line is I am very happy with my purchase. Beginner''s tip: if you only consume small amounts of coffee on a daily basis, don''t fill the grinder with beans to the top. I only add a little at a time to last me a few days. Keep your beans in their air-tight bag to avoid exposing it to oxygen which ruins coffee.)
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David
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Enhances my espresso and easy to use
Reviewed in Canada on July 3, 2019
EDIT: After 18 months of daily use, the grind amount is lower than what is was so I had to increase the timer setting. The amount grounded is also les consistent, sometimes grinding too much for the same setting. I make my coffee with a Breville - Cafe Roma espresso...See more
EDIT: After 18 months of daily use, the grind amount is lower than what is was so I had to increase the timer setting. The amount grounded is also les consistent, sometimes grinding too much for the same setting. I make my coffee with a Breville - Cafe Roma espresso machine. I set the grind size to smallest which works great with my espresso machine while giving a fairly strong coffee. I did not get any static so far. I used to grind my coffee with a small 30$ blade grinder. This burr grinder is so much better, it''s definitely worth the extra money. So much less hassle (no need to transfer the grounded coffee into a jar so it''s also less messy) and the ground size is much more even so there''s less chances of clogging the portafilter and my espresso now has and stronger and richer taste. I like the timer function (I preset it at 12 sec), I press the button and get just the right amount of grounded coffee for a double. I wish they would have made the grounds container with a spout to pour more precisely into the portafilter. Good grinder, wished I bought it earlier.
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Marc
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Restrictive in the type of coffee that you can grind
Reviewed in Canada on November 19, 2019
The trouble shooting section states “Dark, oily beans can clog the grounds chute”. Yes. Yes they will. And terribly. So if you like nice, dark, oily coffee, then don’t buy this. I just bought this attempting to replace my Breville BCG450XL, which finally died after years of...See more
The trouble shooting section states “Dark, oily beans can clog the grounds chute”. Yes. Yes they will. And terribly. So if you like nice, dark, oily coffee, then don’t buy this. I just bought this attempting to replace my Breville BCG450XL, which finally died after years of amazing use. The Oxo had great reviews online, so I thought I’d give it a try. Clogging within days of receiving it. When it works, it’s fine. But only being able to use certain beans well is a deal breaker. Going to look into returning it.
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