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Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder (Black Smoke)

Original price was: $814.80.Current price is: $679.00.

  • Stepless adjust for precise micro-adjustments
  • 50mm flat burrs for quick grinding of pour over grounds
  • Bottom burr adjust allows for easy disassembly and maintenance without losing grind setting
  • Grind timer lets you set and save your ideal grind time
  • Italian-made, built by hand in Milan
  • Package dimensions: 15.59 x 11.5 x 8.03 inches
  • Item weight: 15.62 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Eureka
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Original price was: $814.80.Current price is: $679.00.


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Buying Guide – Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder (Black Smoke)


Welcome to our buying guide for the Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder in Black Smoke. In this guide, we will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision when purchasing this high-quality coffee grinder.

Selection Criteria

  • Grind Consistency
  • Adjustability
  • Burr Size
  • Build Quality
  • Brand Reputation

Grind Consistency

The Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder is designed to provide precise and consistent grinding for your desired coffee brew. It features 50mm flat burrs made of hardened steel, ensuring efficient and uniform grinding for pour over grounds.


One of the key features of the Eureka Mignon Crono is its stepless adjustment system, allowing you to make micro-adjustments to achieve the perfect grind for drip coffee. This level of adjustability ensures you can fine-tune the grind size with precision and ease.

Burr Size

The 50mm flat burrs of the Eureka Mignon Crono are highly durable and designed to deliver consistent grind size. The larger burr size guarantees a high grinding speed, resulting in a quick and efficient grinding process.

Build Quality

Each Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder is handmade in Milan, Italy, ensuring superior craftsmanship and attention to detail. The grinder is built to last and withstand regular use, making it a reliable addition to your coffee brewing setup.

Brand Reputation

Eureka is a well-established and respected brand in the coffee industry. They are known for producing high-quality coffee grinders that deliver excellent performance and durability. With the Eureka Mignon Crono, you can trust in the brand’s reputation for delivering top-notch products.


The Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder in Black Smoke is a premium choice for coffee enthusiasts who value grind consistency, adjustability, and build quality. With its Italian craftsmanship and reliable performance, it is sure to elevate your coffee brewing experience.

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Specification: Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder (Black Smoke)

Package Dimensions

15.59 x 11.5 x 8.03 inches

Item Weight

15.62 pounds



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Date First Available

June 16, 2020

538 reviews for Eureka Mignon Crono Coffee Grinder (Black Smoke)

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  1. Jeff

    The Eureka Mignon Brew Pro is a spectacular grinder for pour-over coffee. It’s better than my Baratza Encore, which was a good grinder for the money. It’s solid, attractive, and does a great job grinding at any setting. My coffee never tasted so good! The only negative is that to some degree the grinds stick to the ground coffee basket, making the device slightly messy as grounds spill a bit onto the counter. It’s a minor issue, however.

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  2. N. Killion

    I did a lot of research on espresso level grinders before I purchased this Silenzio. For years I’ve used a Baratza Encore for my drip, french press, and moka pot coffee, and it has always served me well. However, when I purchased an espresso machine a few months ago I found that it was incredibly difficult to dial in a grind. After several weeks of playing with settings, and even trying to take the Encore apart, I realized I was asking more out of it than it could provide. Research led me to the Eureka Mignon line, and price and features pointed me to the Silenzio.

    The first thing I noticed about the Silenzio is that it’s heavy, much heavier than the Encore it was here to replace. This grinder feels like a substantial piece of machinery that’s built for years of use. Reviews I’d watched on YouTube placed Eureka’s Mignon line in the “prosumer” category rather than lower grade “appliance” machines, and my initial interactions lead me to believe this is an accurate statement. The heavier weight seems to come from a combination of many parts being metal, or heavy duty plastic and rubber, and that all adds up to something that is built to last. This also lends the machine to far less, if any, movement during the grind. It sits rock solid on my counter while I grind, which I’m sure helps lead to less noise.

    That said, the next thing I noticed is that this machine is quiet. The Silenzio in the name promised a lowered decibel level, but I am very impressed with how much quieter it is than the Encore. I can easily grind coffee while my son naps in the other room without any worry that the noise will wake him up. Between the heavier base, the internal noise dampening, and burr design, this grinder whispers its way through coffee beans.

    The grind has been very consistent as far as size and lack of clumping. I started out manually weighing each dose, and have since tried to employ the dial timer more to help automate my morning routine, and each time I’ve found that my adjustments on the stepless grind settings have resulted in noticeable differences in my grind without introducing wild inconsistencies in the way of fines or large chunks. For a grinder in this price range, it needs to grind coffee well, and I’ve found that it does exactly what I ask of it each time.

    I did not know if the timer function would be as useful on this model as it seems to be on the higher end Specialita, but I’ve found that I can get a very consistent dose dialed in for my double shot and automate that portion of my morning. It takes a little more trial and error to determine exactly how long to run the timer to get a good dose, but I found starting low and then manually topping off and adjusting the time up for the next shot helped me get it pretty much exactly where I want it. I imagine that changing coffee will throw it off somewhat, but it should only take a dose or two to dial back in.

    Overall I highly recommend this grinder as a next-level upgrade from a drip coffee, appliance grade machine. I’m still happy with my Encore for what it does, and will likely take it to my office to improve the coffee quality at work, but the Silenzio definitely is more capable and the better machine for my home.

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  3. PW

    Great for espresso and pour over. Very heavy duty construction. Easy to clean with compressed air. I unplug mine and hold it over the bath tub before hitting it with compressed air. I also bought an Ode Brew Grinder to compare the two but there is no comparison. The Crono produces very consistent grinds and the Ode does not.

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  4. Catalina

    This machine is heavy duty and very quiet. It looks like a piece of art on the counter and it makes excellent coffee. I’m glad I spent the money to see what a really great grinder can do, it’s a game changer for true coffee lovers!

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  5. Andrew L. Kora

    I love this thing. Here’s my assessment:

    The awesomeness:
    1) The first thing I noticed is how heavy this grinder is. I expected the housing to be a thin metal skin, but it feels like a SOLID chunk of metal. It’s heavier than the Gaggia Classic Pro espresso machine it sits next too even though it’s half the size.
    2) Speaking of the size, it’s a perfectly compact machine that fits easily on the counter of my small kitchen. It’s a perfect compliment to the Gaggia.
    3) Clean, minimal aesthetic for the those who love simplicity — especially in the matte black. Very understated. No unnecessary decor added; the buttons are tucked neatly on the side. The powder coated finish feels very premium.
    4) Stepless grind settings give you lots of room to dial in your shot with immense precision. The consistency and quality have been excellent.
    5) Grind timer. I am so glad I opted for a model with a built in timer. Just click my portafilter in and let it grind and I get a consistent 16g every time (though it takes a little trial and error to get right… see gripes below)
    6) True to its name, this machine is very VERY quiet.

    1) The plastic hopper feels a little flimsy — especially at it’s attachment point. If I ever absent-mindedly grab the machine by the bin I feel like it’ll snap off.
    2) Cheapy little logo sticker on the front. I’m happy to peel it off for a completely minimal, stealth look. Maybe that’s what they have in mind?
    3) The controls take a little getting used to. Everything is done by feel (i.e. trial and error). And, as much as I love the discreet, hidden nature of the buttons, this does make them hard to get to learn since you literally can’t see them while you learn the machine without lifting and turning the entire heavy assembly.
    4) This machine is billed as being able to do pour over and french press all the way down to espresso and turkish coffee — and it certainly can! But, using the machine in this way is just not practical. you’d waste a lot of time and coffee every time you try to get back to your espresso setting. I have this set as a dedicated espresso grinder, and it works perfectly operating in that narrower range of grind settings.
    5) Messy. It spills grinds every time. A catch tray would have been nice. Of this list of gripes, I feel this is the only legitimate complaint.

    ::::: UPDATE :::::::
    After a month of use, I’d like to add an observation. This falls in the “gripe” category, and it’s a big one for me: 6) There are a LOT of grounds left in the channel after each grind — easily 1.5 to 2 grams. That’s a LOT of coffee trapped up there. It’ll come out if you tilt the machine or tap it, but that just adds the mess (grip #5) or nuisance. This isn’t a deal breaker for me, but it makes me back the machine down to 4 stars.
    ::::: END UPDATE :::::::

    So due to these gripes, I give the machine four stars. If you aren’t too OCD about the mess and trapped grounds after each use, you’ll be happy with the machine because the complaints are mostly mitigated by other features and/or the incredible price point. And the stepless grind adjustment makes this is an ideal entry level machine with lots of room to grow for someone really interested in learning to dial in shots. This machine is a great value.

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