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Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with Detachable Design for Easy Cleaning, 40 Precise Grind Setting for Espresso, Drip Coffee, French Press and…

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  • Conical Burr Coffee Grinder with detachable design for easy cleaning
  • High torque and low speed motor for protecting flavor and aroma during grinding
  • 40 precise grind settings for both espresso and drip coffee
  • Larger capacity hopper holds up to 8.5 oz of beans for 2-14 cups of coffee
  • Removable and embedded cleaning brush for easy cleaning after each use
  • Included adapter for grinding coffee beans directly into the porta filter
  • Flexible aluminum plate to prevent coffee powder from falling out
  • Color: Black, Brand: ENZOO, Dimensions: 4.5″L x 9″W x 13.5″H, Weight: 7.43 pounds
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Buying Guide: Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

Why Choose a Conical Burr Coffee Grinder?

A conical burr coffee grinder offers several advantages over a blade grinder. It provides precise and consistent grinding, preserving the flavor and aroma of the coffee beans. The slow grinding process generates less heat and noise, ensuring a high-quality coffee experience. Here are some factors to consider when selecting a conical burr coffee grinder:

1. Grinding Settings

Look for a coffee grinder with a wide range of grind settings. The ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder offers 40 precise grind settings, allowing you to adjust the grind size to match your preferred brewing method. It offers micro settings for more accurate adjustments, making it suitable for espresso, drip coffee, French press, and more.

2. Capacity

The capacity of the coffee grinder determines how many cups of coffee you can brew at once. The ENZOO grinder has a large hopper that can hold up to 8.5 ounces of coffee beans. It can brew 2-14 cups of great-tasting coffee in one go. Additionally, the hopper design protects the beans from harmful UV rays, keeping them fresh for longer.

3. Cleaning Convenience

Easy cleaning is an essential aspect of any coffee grinder. The ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder features a detachable design that allows for easy cleaning. The removable and embedded cleaning brush ensures thorough cleaning after each use. For optimal maintenance, it is recommended to clean the grind unit weekly.

4. Thoughtful Design

The ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder comes with a thoughtful design that enhances user experience. It includes an adapter that enables you to grind the coffee beans directly into a porta filter. The flexible aluminum plate ensures that the coffee powder remains in the collection cup during grinding, preventing any mess.

5. Product Specifications

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: ENZOO
  • Style: Coffee Bean Grinder
  • Capacity: 8.5 Ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5″L x 9″W x 13.5″H
  • Item Weight: 7.43 pounds
  • Manufacturer: enzoo
  • Item model number: k95
  • Date First Available: January 14, 2021

By considering these factors, you can make an informed decision when selecting a conical burr coffee grinder. The ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder offers a detachable design, precise grind settings, and thoughtful features, making it an excellent choice for coffee enthusiasts.

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Specification: Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, ENZOO Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with Detachable Design for Easy Cleaning, 40 Precise Grind Setting for Espresso, Drip Coffee, French Press and…

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Brand

ENZOO

Style

Coffee Bean Grinder

Capacity

8.5 Ounces

Product Dimensions

4.5"L x 9"W x 13.5"H

Item Weight

7.43 pounds

Manufacturer

enzoo

Item model number

k95

Date First Available

January 14, 2021

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  1. John Austin

    I have bought 3 of these Enzoo Coffee Grinders. My initial purchase was for our home in Texas. I liked it so much a few months later I added one as a gift to a close relative. That worked out so well, I finally bought one for our main home in Costa Rica.
    The first unit is still used Texas, and it has worked quite well for about three and a half years. As of late, it’s fairly lightly used, since I spend most my time in Costa Rica. But for at least the first 18 months, it was worked hard grinding coffee for three pots a day on average. And it always performed well, certainly exceeding my expectations for a $50 Conical Burr Grinder. It has, and is still is, delivering solid service with very consistent quality grinds.
    And there is lots more to like about this grinder. It’s easy to clean since the grinder head is effortlessly removed. And has a nifty removable hopper making refills of coffee beans equally effortless. The run timer control is simple to use with 5 settings, and the Enzoo has a very wide range of grind adjustments – from quite fine to very coarse. What’s more it’s fairly quiet while in operation, and to me, it even looks good on the counter.
    On the other hand, the unit I use in Costa Rica has not work out as well. This unit does get very heavy daily use since I grind between 120 to 500 grams of coffee a day. This is because I’m in the coffee export business. And as a result, in our home environment we roast, grind, brew and enjoy a range of different coffees almost every day… very often with employees, friends and neighbors joining in. And it is in this heavy use role that the little Enzoo Grinder has struggled.
    After less than 8 month’s use, it now easily jams up, especially so when tackling the harder beans of mid-light to mid-dark roasts. My coffee business specializes in exporting ‘premium specialty’ coffees from Central America, almost always of the high altitude grown SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) variety. This means the mostly the hard bean coffee we consume taxes the Enzoo grinder. But while it works hard, I might also mention, our grinder does get good care and is cleaned at least daily. What’s more, I never run large batches through it at any one time (almost always less that 65 grams per batch).
    So, while in my home we grind quiet a bit more coffee in a day than most home users would, 8 months of life is on the short end of what I had expected of this grinder.
    Nonetheless, in my mind, for about $50 for a feature rich Conical Burr Grinder the Enzoo has proven to be a reasonably solid offering for the typical home coffee consumer. In this roles, I’d suspect that the Enzoo will give many years of good service.
    On the other hand, if your family is a very heavy coffee consumer, or you plan to use your grinder in office/business setting, your might want to think about a more robust device. I know I am. And that means a more commercial design, featuring titanium or ceramic alloy burrs in the grinder head, having all (or mostly) metal construction, and using at least a 250 watt motor with metal gears. If so, it surely won’t be a $50 grinder.

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  2. Benjamin F. Nead

    I make espressos at home with a Wacaco Nanopresso – a marvelous little coffee making tool that I can’t say enough good things about – and I source my coffee from a local neighborhood cafe who actually knows how to properly dark roast the beans without creating a burnt and bitter mess. A couple of years ago, I bought a little hand-held crank grinder for around $30 that’s, well . . . OK. But it seems to constantly go out of tolerance with normal use, with the results being a grind that’s either too fine or too coarse. Make a minor adjustment on your own in an attempt to dial it back in and you’ll also likely end up with radically divergent results. To use a term associated with specialized home stereo equipment of years gone by, it’s “tweeky.” The novelty of hand grinding also gets old fairly quickly.

    Also, those small cylindrical whirling blade electric grinders we all seemed to have purchased over the past couple of decades are basically worthless. They chop the beans instead of actually grinding them. You end up with an unusable mixture of coarse shards and almost microscopic coffee dust all at once every time. It’s so much simpler to get my local roaster to just grind up the 8 ounce bag of beans in their large storefront grinder as I purchase it. But when THEIR grinder went out of commission for a few days just before Christmas this past year, I decided it was time to finally get a real electric home burr grinder of my own.

    You can spend ridiculous sums of money on fashionista-approved coffee gear and countertop grinders seem to be at the forefront of this trend. I’m not here to say that the Enzoo is going to come up to the performance level of countertop grinders that costs 5 times as much, simply because I have no personal experience with those high end machines. I can say with a reasonable amount authority, though, after using the Enzoo for a couple of weeks, is that it’s very simple to dial in the grind you need and the setting won’t change along with the phases of the Moon. After assembly, I clicked it to “2” (“1” to “10” are your range choices) to obtain a fine grind that works best with the Nanopresso and away I went. One assumes that “1” will get you closer to the even finer consistency required for more traditional espresso machines, or for making Turkish coffee, while the higher numbered settings are for pour-over and French press brewing methods. In time, I’ll experiment. For now, though, I’m pleased to report that I get the consistently good slightly-courser-than-trad-espresso results I need for my purposes on “2” and, so far, it doesn’t require constant adjustment to stay there.

    I gave the Enzoo 4 stars instead of 5, because the written directions to get the machine assembled could certainly be better and the plastic parts on my light brown example are painted, instead of being molded-through in that color. The good news here is that internal surfaces that touch the beans aren’t painted and I have no worries that there will be any potential contamination issues with any of that. The plastic parts are molded black and I assume the black-finished Enzoo is simply unpainted. It would be nice to see Enzoo eventually start molding the plastic parts with a colorfast method and offer units in a playful assortment of hues, as well as basic black and white. Needless to say, the key parts that do the actual grinding are metal and the pebble finish anodized aluminum cylinder that houses the motor is a nice touch. The power cord also looks to be good quality and it’s terminated (at least on units sold in the US) with a standard 120V two-blade polarized plug.

    I have no complaints on the overall design of the machine and the whole electronic business of turning things on/off and selecting the grinding duration is very straightforward. The potential issue with a preponderance of plastic parts is long term durability and I assume the far more expensive tabletop electric burr grinders crafted exclusively or largely from metal would be a better choice in a commercial setting, or in a large home where everyone is constantly dialing in different settings to their unique brewing requirements. My guess is that if this unit were to somehow fall off the kitchen counter onto the floor, that would also be the end of it. But for grinding up a day’s worth of beans at home under normal use, the Enzoo checks all the boxes and it simply works. It’s a bargain at under $100. If I have any long term issues or troubles with cleaning or maintaining it, I’ll log back in and note them accordingly in this review.

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