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CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1


  • Burr grinding allows for uniform grind with 18-position grind selector
  • Removable features like the bean hopper and grind chamber for easy cleaning
  • Grind chamber holds enough coffee for 32 cups
  • One-touch power bar with automatic shut-off
  • Convenient design with cord storage and additional scoop/cleaning brush
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Brand: Cuisinart
  • Recommended for home use
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Buying Guide: CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with 18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1


Are you a coffee lover who wants to enjoy the perfect cup of coffee every day? Look no further! The CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with 18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1 is the perfect choice for you. With its advanced features and superior grinding capabilities, this coffee grinder will elevate your coffee experience to a whole new level. In this buying guide, we will walk you through the key features and benefits of this coffee grinder, helping you make an informed decision.

Key Features

18-Position Grind Selector

The CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder comes with an innovative 18-position grind selector. This allows you to adjust the grind size with just a slide of the dial. From ultra-fine to extra-coarse, you can easily find the perfect grind consistency that suits your taste preferences, ensuring optimum flavor extraction from your coffee beans.

Removable Features

Cleaning the coffee grinder has never been easier. The 8 oz. bean hopper and built-in grind chamber are both fully removable, providing easy access for cleaning. This ensures that your grinder remains in top condition for a long time, maintaining the quality of your coffee grounds. Additionally, the heavy-duty motor ensures reliable performance and durability.

Generous Capacity

With a removable grind chamber that can hold enough ground coffee for 32 cups, you can avoid the hassle of grinding beans multiple times. Now, you can effortlessly brew coffee for the entire household, saving time and effort in the process.

One-Touch Grind

The one-touch power bar makes grinding coffee a breeze. The electric timer automatically shuts off the unit when the grind cycle is complete, providing convenience and peace of mind. You can start your day with a freshly brewed cup of coffee without any hassle.

Convenient Design

The CUISINART Coffee Grinder is designed with convenience in mind. The heavy-duty unit motor doesn’t compromise on additional features. It comes with cord storage to keep your countertop clutter-free. Additionally, it includes an extra scoop and a cleaning brush, allowing you to declutter, clean, and maximize your counter space.


  • Color: Stainless Steel
  • Brand: Cuisinart
  • Style: Supreme Grind
  • Recommended Uses For Product: Home
  • Specific Uses For Product: Personal
  • Voltage: 110 Volts
  • Product Dimensions: 10.75″L x 7.13″W x 6″H
  • Item Weight: 4.5 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Cuisinart
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: DBM-8P1
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: Yes
  • Date First Available: May 5, 2003


The CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with 18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1 is a must-have for any coffee enthusiast. Its advanced features, durability, and user-friendly design make it a top choice in the market. By investing in this coffee grinder, you can enjoy a cup of freshly ground coffee with optimum flavor, every single time. Upgrade your coffee experience today!

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Specification: CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1





Supreme Grind

Specific Uses For Product



110 Volts

Product Dimensions

10.75"L x 7.13"W x 6"H

Item Weight

4.5 pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

May 5, 2003

9 reviews for CUISINART Coffee Grinder, Electric Burr One-Touch Automatic Grinder with18-Position Grind Selector, Stainless Steel, DBM-8P1

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  1. Eva Lopez

    RelaciĂłn calidad y precio es excelente.

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  2. Gr422

    Other reviewers are correct that:
    – Even set to a rather coarse setting, it still generates some fine powder
    – Fine powder tends to get stuck to the canister that collects the ground coffee
    – It is extremely easy to make a mess when pouring the ground coffee into something
    – Bean storage on the top is not airtight — but I don’t need this feature, personally, I put the amount of beans I want to grind in there and grind all of them at once.

    I do think these are issues that could be improved in the product, but it’s worked well enough for me.
    – For my french presses (Bodum Brazil 12 oz and 1L/34 oz) I haven’t really had problems making coffee
    – I set the coarseness around the middle, the 7th most coarse setting (7th dot from the right).

    It lets me buy beans and drink kinds of coffee that I wouldn’t be able to otherwise (because they’re only available fine grain or beans) and it’s loads better than the old grinder I had (Mr. Coffee 12 Cup Electric Coffee Grinder) which was so horribly inconsistent in grind quality that afterwards I’d have a 50/50 mix of big unground beans and powdered sugar level fine grinds and regrinding would just result in 25/75 big pebbles and coffee that’s too fine to use.

    Maybe the production quality on this grinder is not good and that’s why some people have worse luck with french presses than I do, I can’t be sure. But so far, this particular unit is doing the job.

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  3. Jesús Fernando Alarcón González

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     Buena calidad, molido excelente.

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  4. Ruffussmc

    El primer día que lo utilicé se atascó un grano de cafe; luego de abrirlo (de manera fácil), quité el grano atorado y lo volví usar… ya son varios meses que lo he usado, lo adquirí el 19 de octubre del 2022, lo uso 2 veces al día, de 5 a 6 veces por semana y jamás se ha vuelto a atascar al día de hoy (14 de agosto del 2023). El desempeño del molino ha sido muy bueno para ser un molino básico, aunque la molienda en modo fino, no están fina como para un espresso, pero cumple su función y hace su trabajo. Lo recomiendo si eres aficionado y te gusta tomar café recién molido, no te arrepentirás.

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    Es un excleletne equipo para uso domestico, el sabor del cafe de grano en tu casa, del ruido que se quejan algunos es mentira

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  6. The Old Coach

    I had always used rotary blade grinders to grind my coffee beans. I read that the better way to grind beans was to use a coffee mill, where the beans passed through the mill blades once, unlike the grinders where they continued to spin in the bowl. Finally, my last ‘grinder’ broke, and I decided to try out a reasonably priced coffee mill. Perhaps it is psychological, but I truly feel that the coffee is not as bitter as before, since the grind size is consistent within a batch and between batches. I actually experimented to find the best volume/grind for our personal taste.

    It is simple to use. Pour in the coffee beans into the hopper; select the grind fineness and quantity you want; and press start. When it stops, your ground coffee is in the container ready to use.

    I warn you – it is loud when grinding. Depending upon the volume selected, it can take 10-20 seconds. Our kitchen is near the living room, so I learned not to grind the coffee when my wife was watching TV.

    The other thing is that the hopper is tinted and it is easy to forget to check the amount of coffee in the hopper, and to run out before it has ground enough coffee. I top off the hopper every 3-4 days.

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  7. J. Marriott

    I just used this for the first time this morning, after receiving it/giving it a dry-wipe out of the box yesterday. This isn’t genuinely a review, I don’t feel like a first take is an actual review, but some observations after using it today:
    1) Even on it’s most coarse setting, it’s still a little too fine for French press.
    2) Don’t store beans in it, it is NOT airtight. The bean hopper is open at the bottom to the rotating burr and the dump chute.
    3) It’s a bugger to clean. Yes, I cleaned it already, after use. Dust fines stuck in the small indentations in the bottom and top burrs. The top stationary burr is attached to the bean hopper, and is washable, so not a problem. I will most likely use canned air on it if I can’t figure out some other way of cleaning, because the fines also built up around the bottom burr, and are impossible to remove otherwise. I cannot handle rancid coffee smell, and that’s what trapped fines around the burr will eventually give you.
    4) It’s not all that noisy, which is nice!
    5) It’s a very simple machine. Beans to grinder to chute. You can see and touch the rotating burr when the machine is off, unplugged (!!!!!⚡!!!!), and the receiving hopper is removed.
    6) The receiving hopper is very static-y. For me, using it for French press, that’s a feature, because it’s like a self-removal of a lot of the fines. That hopper is easy to wash, and though there was some fines that fell out of the chute, it wasn’t a horrible mess, just a little dust. (Hint: get a wide-mouth canning funnel to pour the ground beans into whatever container/coffee maker you are using. It’ makes life much easier…)
    7) I’m keeping it. Small profile and very attractive, which I like very much!

    Compared to the huge Mueller I bought, and which bricked itself in less than 6 months, this machine seems like it’s made for the long run. Cuisinart has a good name, though the machine is made in China (says so on the box…). I do hope so! Will update when I’ve had it/used it a while longer, if necessary.

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  8. Christine Mellroth

    I had to replace a mill I loved because it became very finicky and had to be cleaned after every use. After searching and reading reviews I bought this one. I liked the adjustable grind and the ease of cleaning. It is a little noisier than my other model but the ease of cleaning and the way the grinds are discharged are way better . Very happy with the purchase

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  9. Marco Rodriguez

    Éste molino lo compré después de haber visto varios videos en YT, me convenció y les cuento mi experiencia después de 4 meses con él.

    Puntos a favor:

    Excelente construcción, cuenta con partes de plástico pero el cuerpo del molino es macizo y de buenos materiales.
    Es fácil de usar y no requiere mucho mantenimiento.
    El molido es mucho más consistente que con los molinos en forma cilíndrica de $400 pesos.

    Puntos en contra:

    El sonido es considerable y compite con una liquadora.
    El recipiente donde se desposita el café se rayó en la primera lavada, es de esos plásticos que se rayan fácilmente como el de los acabado tipo negro piano.
    No puedes moler cafés con muchos aceites (tueste oscuro). Yo lo comencé a utilizar con los cafés de la marca Kirkland que compro directamente desde la página de Costco y al moler un depósito completo (250 gramos) terminaba saturado y hacia que el café al final se moliera muy fino de estar forma le quitaba consistencia en cuanto a grosor. Y la limpieza al usar ésta marca de café en específico tenía que ser rigurosa debido a todo el café atorado por la gran cantidad de aceites.

    ¿Por qué me gustó?

    Al utilizarlo con una marca de café diferente (SF Bay Coffee) y con un tueste mediano, el molino funcionó de maravilla aunque todavía tengo un poco el problema de la estática. Para ello mezclo 5 gotitas de agua en el depósito lleno y revuelvo el café para darle humedad, también recomendaría poner papel aluminio en la tapa y en una pared del depósito para tratar de eliminar la mayor cantidad de estática y obtener un mejor molido.

    Creo que no es apto para otros métodos de café pero sí eres alguien (como yo) que se levanta a las 5 de la mañana y quieres tener un café delicioso al usar una máquina de goteo, entonces te recomendaría mucho éste molino. Sí gustas usarlo para espresso, te recomendaría uno de Baratza o el modelo mucho más caro de Cuisinart que tiene pantalla y sí utilizas Hario V60, Prensa Francesa o Aeropress, te recomendaría comprar el molino manual Hario Skerton Pro.


    Compra palillos para brochetas y una brocha para pintar pequeña, corta las puntas como 1/3 (para mayor firmeza). Con el palillo para brochetas quito todo el café acumulado donde está la aspa y termino de retirar los pequeños restos con la brocha. Te recomiendo realizar éste proceso 1 vez a la semana o cada que muelas un depósito de café completo. Yo no he tenido la necesidad de utilizar arroz precocido para limpiarlo (como se recomienda en varios lados), creo que mi método es más sencillo y sin desperdiciar arroz. Jamás he tenido aromas o sabores rancios.

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