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Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Maestri House 2-in-1 Adjustable Burr Mill with 30 Precise Grind Settings, Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder Electric for Espresso/Pour…


  • Electric conical burr coffee grinder with 30 precise grind settings
  • Suitable for a wide range of brewing methods from espresso to French press
  • Adjustable grinding amount for 1-10 cups of coffee
  • Resealable dust-proof lid to keep coffee fresh
  • Anti-static technology for mess-free grinding
  • Conical burr design for uniform grinding and preserving coffee flavor
  • Made of sturdy stainless steel and easy to clean
  • Dimensions: 9.84″L x 7.09″W x 15.35″H, Weight: 4.97 pounds
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Buying Guide: Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Maestri House

Why Choose an Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder?

An electric conical burr coffee grinder provides precise and consistent grinding for your coffee beans, resulting in a better and more flavorful cup of coffee. The conical burr design ensures that the coffee grounds are uniform and the essential oils are preserved, enhancing the taste of your coffee.

Key Features to Consider

  • Precise Grind Settings: Look for a coffee grinder with a wide range of grind settings, such as the Maestri House 2-in-1 Adjustable Burr Mill, which offers 30 precise grind settings to cater to your preferred brewing method.
  • Grinding Amount: Consider the capacity of the coffee grinder, depending on your needs. The Maestri House grinder allows you to choose the grind amount for 1-10 cups of coffee, giving you flexibility and convenience.
  • Anti-Static Technology: Opt for a coffee grinder that incorporates anti-static technology, like the Maestri House grinder, to prevent coffee grounds from sticking to the chamber, making cleaning easier and reducing wastage.
  • Burr Style: Conical burr grinders are recommended for their ability to provide more uniform grinding and preserve the coffee’s flavor. The Maestri House grinder utilizes a conical burr design for optimal results.
  • Sturdy and Easy to Clean: Ensure that the coffee grinder is made of high-quality materials, like stainless steel, for durability. Look for additional features that make cleaning easier, such as a built-in brush and removable burrs.

Product Specifications

  • Color: Silver
  • Brand: Maestri House
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Style: Adjustable
  • Recommended Uses: Grinding
  • Product Dimensions: 9.84″L x 7.09″W x 15.35″H
  • Item Weight: 4.97 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Maestri House
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: AMZ-MGC-101
  • Date First Available: May 24, 2023


The Maestri House Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder offers a range of features that make it a great choice for coffee lovers. With its 30 precise grind settings, anti-static technology, conical burr design, and easy-to-clean stainless steel construction, this coffee grinder ensures a customized and flavorful coffee experience every time. Consider these key features and the product specifications to help you make an informed decision when selecting the Maestri House coffee grinder for your espresso or pour-over coffee brewing needs.

Specification: Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Maestri House 2-in-1 Adjustable Burr Mill with 30 Precise Grind Settings, Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder Electric for Espresso/Pour…



Maestri House


Stainless Steel



Product Dimensions

9.84"L x 7.09"W x 15.35"H

Item Weight

4.97 pounds


Maestri House

Country of Origin


Item model number


Date First Available

May 24, 2023

5 reviews for Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Maestri House 2-in-1 Adjustable Burr Mill with 30 Precise Grind Settings, Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder Electric for Espresso/Pour…

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  1. AmazonCustomer3

    We’ve owned a couple of coffee grinders through the years, so we have some experience and ability to compare. This ‘Maestri House Electric Conical Burr Coffee Grinder’ does a very good job of creating a uniform grind. It has a few negatives which may or may not affect how you view the product.

    – It’s a burr grinder, instead of using blades, which creates a much more uniform grind.

    – Very uniform grind on each setting, of which there are many, ranging from a rougher texture for pour over to an extremely fine grind for espresso (in fact, the finest setting might be too fine if you use an espresso machine with a metal strainer).

    – Quite quiet for a burr grinder.

    – A solid locking mechanism for the beans

    – Relatively easy to clean, especially the top half of the burrs, which comes out with a simple twist.

    – The grind settings are easy to change and very well marked.

    – The grind container is very poorly shaped. The edges are slick, and the container sits so far back in the unit that it is really, really hard to get it out. You have to use two hands, and even then it is difficult. If you have very slender fingers, you might be able to squeeze them in between the sides of the container and the grinder, but for the rest of us, it’s a matter of tilting the unit or multiple attempts to get it free. I may put a small piece of Velcro tape along the sides of the container to fix this, but that shouldn’t be necessary.

    – The unit is far larger than it needs to be. We have another grinder with the exact same capacity, and it is 2/3 the size.

    – The push button controls take some getting used to. The left button is for a timed grind, the right button is for a certain number of cups. Both buttons have an odd delay, which is probably to give to time to reset the time/number of cups, but it makes you think you didn’t press the button, so you press it again, and it then changes modes. So you have to press the button, and then if you want to use the previously set setting (e.g. 25 seconds) it will turn on after a delay. If you want to change the preset, you have a few seconds to do this. It’s unnecessarily complicated. There should be one button for each of the settings (time or cups) and then a separate button to start the cycle.

    – It claims ‘anti-static’ technology to make the chambers ‘mess-free’ but it has as much static as any other plastic, namely, a lot.

    So for the quality of grind it is excellent, for cleanup it is above average, but for ease of use and size it is somewhat lacking. I rated it mostly for the grind quality, which is the most important element.

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  2. Wombat37

    I’ve been using a Capresso electric burr coffee grinder for many years. It’s given me great service and I’ve been very pleased with it – it’s given consistently fine milling with very little maintenance. However, it’s beginning to show its age and I felt it was time to try a newer model. This grinder from Maestri looked like it could be a good candidate. It’s also a burr grinder which should give fine and consistent results. It’s much smaller than the Capresso but I am the only one in our house that drinks coffee. I use an Aeropress to make a single cup of coffee at a time which means that I only need to grind a small amount on each occasion – so the small size works for me.

    The product looks very solidly made and was fairly easy to assemble and use.

    Some things I liked were:
    • Single button operation
    • Very fine grind possible – see photo
    • Easy to clean

    However, there were several things I felt could be improved. None of these was very major but did affect my appreciation of this product:
    • The hopper lock was difficult to engage. Without this happening, the product would not operate. It needed a lot more force than expected to rotate the hopper so that the lock would engage. I was a bit worried about breaking something.
    • The receiver of the grinds was cylindrical and, when installed, only part of the wall was exposed at the front of the product making it very difficult to grasp and remove once grinding had finished.
    • The receiver had a lid that had to be removed before the grinds could be poured into the coffee maker. This complicated the process by adding a seemingly unnecessary step. This lid was a bit tricky to fit on the receiver, too.
    • The yield was very variable. With the grinder set to very fine, a 10-second grind would produce anything between 7 and 10g of ground coffee. It’s going to make the strength of the coffee highly variable if relying on the timer or cup settings.
    • The choice between the timer and the cup settings was a bit confusing but I found that the minimum cup setting of 2 gave a 23-second grind.

    So, while this coffee grinder is by no means perfect, I found that it did do a really good job in grinding roasted coffee beans. I hope I get used to its idiosyncrasies during operation. Otherwise, it is very well made. The main issue I had was with the variable yield from a set time or cup setting. Perhaps it will settle down in continued use, otherwise I’ll have to measure the amount of coffee to use after grinding.

    At $90, this is not a cheap coffee grinder and is more than most similar products listed on Amazon. However, I see that is currently being offered with a 30% discount coupon making it a lot more competitive.

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  3. Wombat37

    A burr grinder is the standard for coffee grinders, and a conical one is best. It should give a consistent level of grind whether it is very fine for expresso or course for french press. The Maestri House does that well. It exceeds the quality of very fine grind compared to the brand of grinder I have used for years. It is reasonably quiet (but it is a grinder).
    It gives a consistent quantity at each of its settings. However, I personally don’t rely on the amount of coffee at a particular setting; I prefer to transfer the coffee to my maker by using a measuring spoon because it is less messy than dumping from a container, therefore the absolute accuracy of the amount ground is not that important to me.
    It meets my requirements for a grinder, is smartly styled (better than my old faithful standby) and grinds an adequate amount for any of my needs, but the hopper is smaller than my current one. Overall, I like this and think it is a fine value, but not an outstanding value given its price-point.

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  4. Dennis Damiano

    Works fine.

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  5. Eyeconic

    I had a Cuisinart grinder for some time and it simply stopped working. This machine is infinitely superior.

    Just the sound that it makes (much quieter than the Cuisinart) lets you know that this is a premium product. (It sounds a bit like a jet engine.) At six cups it is perfect every time and the coarseness is widely adjustable.

    One minor problem: The canister is round and smooth. About 40% is exposed. It is sometimes hard to get a grip on it because it is too deep in the holder.

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