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Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder, One Size, Black,Pure Black


  • Neat, space-saving coffee grinder that holds up to 220g of coffee beans
  • Adjustable grind with 12 settings for various brewing methods
  • Clear plastic coffee catcher and made from stainless steel, plastic, rubber, and silicone
  • Conical burr provides a consistent grind with no sharpening required
  • Simple and user-friendly operation with an on/off button
  • Easy to clean with removable grinding ring and coffee bean containers
  • Color: Pure Black, Brand: Bodum, Capacity: 220 Grams
  • Product dimensions: 6.4″L x 6.45″W x 11.68″H, Item weight: 3.85 pounds, Manufacturer: Bodum
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Buying Guide for Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder

Title: Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder, One Size, Black, Pure Black


The Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder is a stylish and efficient coffee grinder that allows you to enjoy freshly ground coffee at home. With its adjustable grind settings and conical burr design, it provides a consistent and precise grind for a variety of brewing methods. This buying guide will help you understand the features and benefits of the Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder and make an informed decision for your coffee grinding needs.


Neat and Space-Saving Design

The Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder has a compact design that can hold up to 220g of coffee beans. Its space-saving design makes it ideal for small kitchens or countertops with limited space.

Adjustable Grind Settings

This coffee grinder offers 12 different grind settings, allowing you to customize the grind size from espresso fine to French press coarse. This versatility enables you to experiment with various brewing methods and extract the best flavors from your coffee beans.

Clear Plastic Coffee Catcher

The grinder features a clear plastic coffee catcher, which allows you to monitor the amount of ground coffee produced. It is made from durable materials such as stainless steel, plastic, rubber, and silicone.

Conical Burr Grinding Mechanism

The Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder utilizes a conical burr grinding mechanism, which ensures a consistent grind without the need for sharpening. The slower rotation speed of the burr compared to a wheel model makes it quieter and minimizes mess.

Easy to Use

Operating this electric coffee grinder is simple and user-friendly. Just add coffee beans in the top container and adjust the dial to your preferred grind setting. Press the on/off button, and within seconds, you’ll have freshly ground coffee ready to brew.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Always disconnect the coffee grinder from the power source before cleaning. The grinding ring, coffee bean container, and ground coffee container are fully removable, making cleaning hassle-free. Use a soft brush to clean the grinding ring and a damp cloth to wipe the coffee bean containers and housing.


  • Color: Pure Black
  • Brand: Bodum
  • Style: Standard Burr Grinder
  • Capacity: 220 Grams
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4″L x 6.45″W x 11.68″H
  • Item Weight: 3.85 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Bodum
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item Model Number: 11750-01US
  • Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: July 12, 2018
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Specification: Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder, One Size, Black,Pure Black





Standard Burr Grinder


220 Grams

Product Dimensions

6.4"L x 6.45"W x 11.68"H

Item Weight

3.85 pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July 12, 2018

10 reviews for Bodum 11750-01US Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder, One Size, Black,Pure Black

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  1. @delprax

    Replaced a previous Bodum Burr coffee grinder after over 10 years of use. It was still functional but the start button was starting to have problems. The new grinder has changed a bit..for the better: better bin for the ground coffee and better start/ stop button. So far (about a month) it’s working great.

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  2. Someone

    La calidad de la molienda es buena y uniforme.

    Recomendable para cantidades pequeñas de café, máximo 400 gramos y no más de 5 minutos por cada molienda.

    De uso sencillo y sin ajustes profesionales.

    El molido va de grueso (para prensa francesa) con 12 ajustes hasta molido para espresso. No tiene molido extra fino (tipo talco) para café turco.

    Las marcas donde indica el nivel de molido no son muy visibles pero, con la práctica te acostumbras a su empleo.

    El manual tiene muy pocas indicaciones; básicamente, son medidas de seguridad.

    Luce muy sencilla, casi de juguete pero, que no te engañe, funciona de manera aceptable.

    Decidí no utilizar el recipiente para el café ya molido, debido a que no sella de manera hermética, dejando una apertura por donde puede tirarse el café ya molido; en su lugar, coloco otro recipiente o vaso o el porta filtro de mi cafetera directamente.

    El acabado de la máquina es de plástico, así como los recipientes. Luce sencilla pero de buena calidad.

    El embalaje original me llegĂł maltratado.

    El café ya molido genera mucha estática, lo que ocasiona que se adhiera al depósito o envase donde lo recibas; en cierta medida, se soluciona el problema de estática poniendo una gota de agua para cada 20 gramos Aprox. de café en grano a moler, directamente en el depósito de café en grano.

    Invariablemente, debes sacudir el molino y limpiarlo después de cada uso puesto que, aunque muelas unos 8 gramos de café, siempre quedan residuos molidos. Solución: sólo inclínala un poco y dale unos golpecitos ligeros con la palma de la mano a manera de sacudirla.

    Es aceptable el nivel de ruido cuando se muele café.

    La recomiendo como una Moledora para hogar y entusiastas del café. De ninguna manera para uso profesional.

    Puedes usarla a diario, siempre y cuando la mantengas limpia y sin residuos de molienda en su interior.

    Cuesta casi la mitad que el modelo premium pero, si no utilizas el timer del modelo superior y la guía de molienda que incluyen en la tapa y conoces el tipo de molido de café que utilizas para tus bebidas, no necesitas más puesto que obtienes buena calidad y uniformidad en el molido y solamente deberás acostumbrarte a mantenerla limpia de residuos de café molido y purgarla en cada ocasión que cambies de tipo de grano para evitar mezclas no deseadas.

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  3. EC

    This would get 5 stars if not for two issues. One (minor), the grind size selection is difficult to see. It just a impression on dark plastic. Two (major), the cup that is supposed to catch the grounds is not a sealed fit. They get EVERYWHERE! It is always a mess on the counter every time you grind. I’ve gotten to just putting a cup underneath as this seems to make less of a mess. But still a mess.

    Now the grinds are perfect. Size selection is accurate, not too loud, never jams. Just such a mess… oh well. I’ll keep an eye out for a fix but for now I just deal with it.

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  4. Brent

    I had the grinder for about 4 mos. and for the most part, was happy with it given the price. After around 3 mos., however, it suddenly stopped grinding properly. Although, I cleaned it thoroughly more than once, I could not figure out why it was suddenly taking almost 5 minutes to grind through less than a hopper of beans. Something had happened, but I could not figure out what. Realizing that I was past the return time with Amazon, I decided to follow the issue up directly with Bodum under the manufacturer’s warranty (2 years). Bodum asked me to send a video of the problem, which I did. Their reply, however, was “Unfortunately we aren’t able to accept a return of a product bought in one of our retailers. The recourse for the return is to the retailer from where the item was purchased. Please reach out to Amazon at your earliest convenience.” When I contacted Amazon, they initially said that “this product does not have warranty period.” However, when I explained the problem I’d encountered, and the warranty statement that came with the grinder, they graciously issued a Return Authorization so that I could send it back for a refund. I was very grateful to Amazon for going out of their way to resolve this; I was not at all pleased with Bodum who in my eyes refused to honour their warranty agreement.

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  5. Patricia Hanson

    It’s ok but is a pain to use because the grounds are full of static and go all over the place.

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  6. C.P.

    Buena calidad del molino, pero no sirve para hacer espresso. La molienda mas fina es demasiado gruesa, como para café filtrado solamente.

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    On the plus side it handles every possible grind level from French press to espresso. (It does not handle Turkish coffee but then again, I don’t think any commercial machines do.)
    Cleaning is easy enough though it’s impossible to do a grind without having some leftover coffee in the machine. You’re always going to have a certain amount of waste. The plastic parts mean you will have to deal with some “static cling.”
    Please note that the machine does not have a timer so you have to stand over it (and it’s LOUD) to make sure you neither let it run too long nor overfill the reservoir. Yes, the motor can overheat.
    My biggest issue with this machine was that at a later stage, it simply would not grind exact in the middle or coarser grades. The machine could spin for several minutes on end without any espresso or drip-grade coffee coming out but as soon as I tightened it, BOOM! it started working again. This proved to be un-fixable and I only had the machine for about a year. I expect a kitchen appliance to last longer than a year at this price.

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  8. Kindle Customer

    Bought this a few months ago, because my blade grinder just wasn’t getting the job done for espresso.
    Expected better of Bodum. I grant, my first grinder – a Krups – lasted something like 25 years, and that’s an unrealistic expectation these days. Still.

    Out of the box, it was clear the plastic catcher didn’t seat all the way into the opening as it should. I could see this in the photos of the product posted online – mine had about a 1-mm gap at the top, and the base sat out away from the body of the opening by able the same distance. Despite not being fully seated where it should go, the plastic catcher also was nigh impossible to remove. We had to use a thin bladed screwdriver to lever it out from the bottom. Naturally, when grinding, the ground coffee just spews out that top gap, so I took to holding a washcloth over the gap …

    … since I had to continually shake the grinder while it was running to get the beans to feed from the hopper into the burrs.

    The coarseness setting wheel cannot be turned by itself, at least not by me. I had to turn the hopper in order to adjust it, and the raised images for the settings aren’t easily seen, let alone understood. I had to use my phone camera and zoom in to see what the images are. Fine is represented by an espresso filter basket with handle. Medium is an image of this grinder. Coarse is the image of a French press. The three main settings are separated by dots, so it’s impossible to see which way you’re heading until you arrive at the next main setting on the wheel. Numbers would have been more helpful. A wheel an ordinary user of ordinary hand strength could turn would also be more helpful.

    The hopper. Ah, the hopper. To empty the hopper, you have to upend the entire machine over whatever you’re using to catch the contents. I’d suggest a large bowl. It’s easy to say “remove beans from hopper”. What that doesn’t make clear is, the bottom of the hopper is also likely to contain *some* ground coffee. And even inverting the machine over a container and tapping it doesn’t clear all that ground coffee until and unless you remove the hopper – whereupon you get a bunch of ground coffee spilling over your counter or work surface. The lid sort of snugs down into place, but don’t rely on that being sealed. A bump will dislodge it, and again you end up with grounds and beans all over.

    Today, the chute from the bottom of the burr mechanism into the plastic catcher completely clogged up with espresso grind coffee. Nothing seemed to be feeding from the hopper like before, so after a minute of grinding and seeing nothing building up in the catcher, I turned it off, unplugged it, and took the grinding mechanism apart. The whole thing, from the bottom of the chute to about half an inch into the hopper, was packed full of ground coffee. Packed. Took minutes to clear out the clogs from above and below, with a *lot* of mess. Fine ground coffee everywhere.

    The sum total information offered in the User Manual PDF on the Bodum site? “You can use a conical burr grinder for oily or flavoured coffees and it is not likely to clog like other kinds of grinder.” This is, shall we say, somewhat less than helpful or instructive. There’s no parts diagram, there’s no troubleshooting guide that covers my particular issue of a clogged chute. (The coffee beans? San Francisco Bay Coffee Rainforest Blend. Never had an issue with this before).

    Oh. And there’s no support link on their website, either. No troubleshooting instructions.

    I won’t be buying any Bodum products after this, unless I see some positive movement on my help request there. Worst $40 I’ve spent in a very long time. You’ve been warned.

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  9. C.P.

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     Don’t listen to the very negative reviews – I got this for less than $30 as “like new”… I bought it for my camper to plug into a power bank and still have access to fresh coffee. This is just fine and considering the price compared to other >$100 decent grinders its a steal. The ground coffee, medium fine for a mocha pot is comparable in consistency to my more expensive grinder. It’s good! The huge mess? Sure, the plastic container is a little staticky inside. Push it in firmly and make sure it is seated. After grinding, tap on the counter then use. I did not find it to be any messier than other grinders – see photo of post-grind condition. Don’t like the plastic holder? Substitute it out. Hold something else under the chute and catch the coffee as it comes out…. it will take seconds. How hard can it be? I experienced none of the other problems people mentioned. Look it over and make sure it is correctly assembled? The similar, more expensive Bodum model (with the same conical grinder mechanism) that sports a glass container is just that – more expensive with a container I might drop and break on the road. I’m pleased as punch with this!

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  10. mohawk

    I had a good manual grinder, that I unfortunately broke. I bought this electric grinder to save myself a little time and effort and the reviews suggested good value for money with good grind quality as well.

    This is a good coffee grinder in terms of grind quality (I use a medium coarse grind for the french press), speed, and noise. I haven’t had it long enough to comment on durability, but I would expect it to last at least a couple years without issues.

    However, as other reviewers have noted, the collection box is poorly designed and causes a mess, and worse, wasted grounds. The box doesn’t fit flush to the machine, leaving a small gap on the top through which the grounds fly out from. A simple overhang on the box would have solved this issue, and I’ve taped a piece of cardboard to the box top, which seems to help. Once you do get the box in, it wedges in quite tightly, making the removal process cumbersome. You always run the risk of pulling out too hard and sending grounds all over the place.
    The instruction manual is poorly done and needs an update. It needs to include the plastic piece that goes on top of the grinder; it is not mentioned on it at all. Also, you need to have the grinder completely assembled before changing the grind setting, which is also not mentioned. Spent some time thinking I might have a defective piece.
    These are issues with simple fixes that should be addressed; it would make it worth the price paid at that point. Right now, I regret not having bought a good old manual grinder. It DID have a nice romance to it.

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