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$125.00 list($175.00)
1. Saeco MC2002 Burr Coffee Espresso

1. Saeco MC2002 Burr Coffee Espresso Grinder in Black
list price: $175.00
our price: $125.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000DJZT2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Saeco
Sales Rank: 14058
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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This espresso grinder keeps your beans ready to brew anytime. An 8.8-ounce hopper holds enough beans for plenty of espressos, cappuccinos, and lattés before it needs refilling. Burr-grinding wheels produce a uniform grind size that ordinary blade grinders can’t match, and a 30-position grind selector lets you choose the size and consistency of the grounds, ensuring the brew has exactly the strength and espresso flavor desired. A powerful 150-watt motor keeps the grinder swift and efficient. Dressed in sleek black, the grinder comes with a cleaning brush, brew group maintenance kit, instruction video and manual, and a 1-year warranty for parts and labor. --Chris deMaagd ... Read more


  • Powerful 150-watt motor
  • Good-sized 8.8-ounce hopper
  • 30-position grind selector covers everyone's tastes
  • Measures 12 by 4 by 7.5 inches (H by W by D)
  • 1-year parts and labor warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great appliance
Have owned one of these grinders for three years now, and must say that it has been entirely satisfactory. It is finely adjustable, with 15 marked settings, and half settings between. It grinds finely enough for espresso making purposes, and beyond. Beans ground at setting 1 will almost certainly choke any espresso maker out there... depending on beans and humidity, 2.5 or 3 on the dial is perfect.

I'm less a fan of the grounds hopper that collects the ground coffee... In fact I've retired mine and replaced it with a "bar type" doser that takes the grounds and portions them out when you pull a lever. The only other complaint I have with this grinder is the static electricity it generates... you can feel the hairs on your arm standing on end when you are reachinf for the off switch... but it does nobody any harm, so a petty complaint. ... Read more

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