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OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder , Silver


  • Stainless steel conical burrs for uniform grounds
  • 15 grind size settings for various coffee types
  • One-touch start with memory function
  • Large-capacity hopper holds up to 3/4 lb of coffee beans
  • UV-blocking tint protects coffee beans
  • Mess-free hopper with trap door
  • Stainless steel static-fighting container
  • Powerful DC motor preserves flavor and prevents overheating
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How to Select the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Silver


Choosing a high-quality coffee grinder is essential for coffee enthusiasts who strive for the perfect cup of coffee. The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Silver, is a reliable and feature-rich option that guarantees uniform grounds and optimal flavor. This buying guide will help you make an informed decision when selecting this coffee grinder.

Grind Size Settings

The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder offers 15 grind size settings, allowing you to customize the coarseness for your preferred brewing method. From fine grounds for espresso to coarse grounds for French press and cold brew, this grinder has you covered. Additionally, with additional microsettings, you can fine-tune your grind size to achieve the perfect extraction.

Ease of Use

This coffee grinder features a convenient one-touch start function that remembers your last setting, making it effortless to start grinding. Simply push the button, and your grinder will deliver consistent results. The mess-free hopper with a “trap door” keeps the beans contained, ensuring a clean and hassle-free grinding experience.

Hopper Capacity

The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder has a large-capacity hopper that can hold up to 3/4 lb or 12 oz of coffee beans. This allows you to grind a significant amount of coffee at once, ensuring you always have freshly ground beans available for your brewing needs.

UV Protection

The stainless steel hopper of this coffee grinder is equipped with a UV-blocking tint. This feature protects coffee beans from harmful UV rays, preserving their flavor and quality for longer periods. With the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, you can enhance the freshness of your coffee beans.

Static-Fighting Design

Static can be a common issue when grinding coffee, leading to uneven distribution and mess. However, the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder addresses this problem with its stainless steel static-fighting container. This design significantly reduces static, ensuring better distribution and grounds consistency.

Motor Power

The powerful DC motor of the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder not only delivers consistent grinding results but also preserves the flavor of the coffee. It is specifically designed to prevent overheating, allowing you to grind beans without affecting their taste.

Product Specifications

  • Color: Silver
  • Brand: OXO
  • Style: Burr Coffee Grinder
  • Recommended Uses For Product: UV
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8″L x 11.8″W x 14.8″H
  • Item Weight: 6.58 pounds
  • Manufacturer: OXO
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: 8717000
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: July 2, 2018


The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Silver, is a reliable and user-friendly coffee grinder that offers excellent grind size customization and a range of features to enhance your coffee brewing experience. With its large hopper capacity, UV protection, static-fighting design, and powerful motor, it delivers consistent and flavorful results. Make the perfect cup of coffee by selecting the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Silver.

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Specification: OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder , Silver





Burr Coffee Grinder

Product Dimensions

6.8"L x 11.8"W x 14.8"H

Item Weight

6.58 pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July 2, 2018

9 reviews for OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder , Silver

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  1. jwtana

    Great grinder for the price, I tried several grind sizes and that works well.

    There is only one issue, and this is why it has only 4 stars:
    Grinding 15 g of coffee, you’ll get initially 13 g, ~ 15% missing that remains in the grinder.
    This is poorly designed as the inside of the grinder allows for some coffee to stay inside 🙁
    So if you grind occasionally, the next time you use it, you’ll get 2 g of old coffee from the previous time.

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  2. Aaron

    I’ve used several cheaper coffee grinders. Hard to compare those since they’re all the same. This is my first conical grinder. I assume it works like any other conical grinder, so I can’t say much other than it does a great job grinding coffee beans. Much better than cheaper grinders. One thing that may stand out is that it’s OXO. Which means simplistic quality. Very solid. It’s quiet for a grinder. My only complaint is the timer mechanism. It works great! If you want roughly 4 cups of coffee at medium grind, place the timer near the middle and you can skip the business of measuring scoops. Overall, this is a great grinder. It may seem expensive to cheap coffee drinkers such as myself. However, in comparison to the typical cheap grinder and what you get compared to this, I’d say this is an amazing product for the cost.

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  3. Russell McNeil

    I was initially sceptical of this grinder because of reviews that said it didn’t handle oily beans well and is hard to clean. That has not been my experience at all. Coincidentally, right after the grinder arrived, a friend gave me a bag of dark, oily beans. I was hesitant at first but am now most of the way through the bag and there is no accumulation inside the grinder at all.

    I did prepare for the worst by figuring out ahead of time how to disassemble the burr mechanism. It is a piece of cake – no need to remove the hopper, no tools required, and the fine/coarse setting isn’t affected. Once the inner cone is removed, you can see that there is a straight, voluminous path to the output bin, which was a relief after my previous grinder.

    I brew with an Aeropress, so I use a pretty fine grind. It was easy to find a suitable setting (about 2/3 along the coarse/fine scale, so lots of range left if you need a really powdery grind.)

    Next: noise. Again, I recall seeing this mentioned in some reviews. I honestly don’t know what these people were expecting. In my workplace we have two burr grinders (a Rancilio Rocky and a Mazzer Mini Electronic.) Compared to the Rocky, the Oxo is way quieter and takes much less time. Compared to the Mazzer I would say that the Oxo is perhaps a bit quieter and takes about the same amount of time to grind a double-shot’s worth of beans.

    I generally keep my beans in the bag and only put into the grinder as many beans as I need right away, so the big hopper isn’t useful to me.

    The switch/timer works well: there’s a central button and a dial around the outside that lets you configure how long you want the grinder to run. Once you’ve figured out how long it takes to grind a couple of shots’ worth of beans, you can leave the timer in that position forever. If you want the grinder to stop before the timer expires, just press the central button again. (I saw one review in which the reviewer complained that there is no way stop the grinder without unplugging it – not so!)

    One other thing that I appreciate: the ground beans drop into a metal bin, which eliminates the static electricity that causes grounds to fly everywhere with my old Delonghi.

    So, to summarize: it’s reasonably fast, unexpectedly quiet, seems well designed, and is easy to use. Considering that the Rocky and the Mazzer in my office each retail for ten times the price of this Oxo, I feel that the Oxo is great value.

    Things that I’d change:
    * There’s nowhere to store the cord. The (commendably sturdy) cord doesn’t play well with the other things in the cupboard when I take the grinder out.
    * The output bin sits on a little shelf on the front of the grinder, but the keeper doesn’t reliably stop the bin from sliding off of the shelf. So when you pick up the grinder, you have to remember to hold onto the output bin with your spare hand.

    Update: after almost a year of daily use, the grinder is still working great and I still love it. Occasionally I take the mechanism apart to check for accumulation, but I haven’t found any yet. Very happy with this purchase!

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  4. チヒロ

    I have been using a Breville Infuser for espresso shots for over 5 years. However, the blade grinder I was using just could never make the grind fine enough. So I was forced to use the double wall pressurized basket in my portafilter.

    This OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder allows me to finally switch to using the single wall non-pressurized basket which you need to prepare a proper espresso shot with authentic crema. To prepare a “double shot,” I set the new OXO grind to “2 (on the fineness scale)” and the timer to “25” seconds (about 18 mg of coffee in my case). After cleaning the new machine, I transferred the grind (Starbucks Medium Roast beans) from the aluminum container to the single walled double-shot portafilter basket, tamped it correctly, and then dropped my first shot. It was perfect: rich crema, dark brew, and exquisite taste.

    I tried using the single wall basket in the past using the coarser grind from my old blade grinder but the Breville Infuser cannot develop enough pressure to deliver a properly extracted shot (the grounds are too coarse). However, the OXO ground coffee did the job easily. The pressure rose into the ideal zone (after infusion) and the Breville delivered a perfect brew (a double – about 80ml in my case). This OXO machine can allow you to prepare a premium latte at a budget price. Fine crema, no bitterness at all, and rich flavor. I couldn’t expect anything more.

    I realize that most people buy this machine for the coarser grind coffee styles (pour-over, aeropress, French press, etc.). Espresso users are not the main target market segment for this product. Besides, espresso-only folks tend to buy more specialized and much more expensive single-shot only grinder machines.

    If you use this for espresso you can hold the portafilter under the chute and catch the grind (but be careful not to push it up into the chute – that could block the machine). There is no bracket on the OXO to hang a portafilter. However if you are making one espresso (single or double – as in the image) it takes no special skill to hold the empty portafilter under the chute for 12 seconds (for a single shot single walled basket) or for 25 seconds (for a double shot single walled basket shown in the photo). The OXO manual actually suggests this (written in fine print). You really don’t need to use the aluminum container at all if you tend to make one espresso.

    I watched dozens of videos and read hundreds of reviews to try to assess if the OXO was good enough for espresso. OXO in its literature says it can be used for espresso, but several of the slightly snobbish reviews I read and watched suggested that – although the OXO was a great machine for pour-over & French press styles – it was ‘not quite good enough’ for an acceptable espresso. My experience tells a different story. The OXO can do a fantastic espresso if you prepare your shot correctly. The grind is certainly fine enough (the Breville machine requires the right fineness in order to reach the right pressure for optimal extraction). OXO does the job, period.

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  6. Russell McNeil

    I really like this little grinder. I worked as a tech for a major national coffee company for many years and had been using a large commercial grinder for my coffee but we are going to be renovating and I no longer will have space for it so I ordered this Oxo grinder. Some people complained it didn’t grind dark roast but I haven’t found any problem doing it. It will grind fine enough for espresso and course enough for a french press and anything in between so I am happy with it although I miss not being able to grind larger batches.
    I need to update my review as after using the grinder for some time I have run into a couple of issues. The beans in the hopper sometimes need a stir to keep them moving into the grind chamber. The oil in the beans can cause them to bind together. I have seen this happen with large restaurant grinders too and for me it is not a big deal. The other issue is more rare but it has happened a couple of time since I started using the grinder. What has happened is the grinder chute (where the ground beans come out) gets packed. The first time it happened was when I overfilled the receptacle and once after that. Whatever the cause it was easy to clear and since I made the grind a little rougher it hasn’t happened again. I still Like the grinder and unless you are going to invest alot more money it is as good as any. I have needed to revise my rating as after a month the grinder stopped grinding properly. I was needing to mix the beans in the hopper to get them to get into the grind chamber which was a bit of a hassle but I was willing to put up with that but then that stopped working and the coffee kept packing up in the chute and even after clearing it would just repack. I wasn’t going for a espresso grind just a fine drip grind about half way on the settings. I really wanted to love the grinder but this became just too much to deal with so I contacted the seller with my issue. They don’t offer returns on the grinder so I was allowed to keep it and receive a refund so I have ordered a Kitchenaid grinder hoping it works out better. AS far as the Oxo it should work fine with light roast coffee so I will give it to someone who uses that roast. I will also give Oxo 5 stars for customer service they were great.

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  7. Maradon

    (I am an ex professional barista.)


    -The grounds container doesn’t lock into place and will sometimes vibrate out during grinding. This is the only serious flaw with the product, and I feel it’s a minor one. I’ve gone through many of the reviews and it seems that it’s simply a matter of construction inconsistency. Most people’s containers “click” into place; a minority do not. I was just unlucky enough to get one of the ones that don’t.

    -You can’t remove the bottom burr to clean it. They really did do their best to make this easy to clean and I appreciate that you don’t have to undo a bunch of microscopic screws just to clean your burrs, but I really wish I could remove BOTH burrs to give them a thorough wipe-down. It’s difficult to clean the one that’s stuck inside the grinder. The other lifts out easily by a cute little handle.


    -High quality, consistent grind. The brewing methods I use most all hover around the medium grind range, so I haven’t really tested the extremes of coarse and fine. Can’t speak to those. But as far as the medium ranges, it grinds beautifully and consistently. That’s what matters in the end, right?

    -The beans feed very well, even for single dosing. Never an issue.

    -As mentioned above, the ability to clean the grinder is taken into account in the construction. No need to delicately deconstruct the whole thing and keep track of a bunch of itty bitty screws and springs. The top part of the grinder and the top burr simply turn-and-lift out, and then turn-and-lock back into place. So nice.

    -It’s aesthetically pleasing and takes up little room on the counter. All the materials have a quality feel.

    -It isn’t super noisy. All grinders are gonna make noise, to be sure, but as far as grinders go, this one has a pretty gentle sound. I’ve definitely used my fair share of grinders that made me feel like my brain was going to vibrate out of my skull, and this one has a polite hum by comparison.

    -The price for this level of quality is unbeatable. I can’t even believe I paid less than one hundred dollars for this. Real talk, folks: these are steel conical burrs. Solid construction. 40+ grind settings. Did I mention steel conical burrs? I never thought I would own something like this for less than $250. You cannot beat this price point/quality intersection. You just can’t. This grinder is price-meets-quality king.


    You’re working with three variables: time, grind, and amount. There are two popular approaches to working out your dose.

    Method 1: You leave ‘amount’ as the open variable. With this method, you dump all your beans in the hopper and store them there. You then adjust grind and time until you’re getting the right dose at the right grind level.

    Method 2: You leave ‘time’ as the open variable. With this method, you only deposit the amount of beans you plan to use for each dose, adjust the grind as needed, and let it take whatever amount of time it takes. You’re adjusting the amount and the grind, rather than adjusting the grind and the time. (This is called “single dosing.”)

    Go to any coffee forum, and you’ll be pages of debate about which of these methods is superior. Honestly, you should use the method that feels best for YOU.

    The reason I bring it up here is because people seem anxious that Method #2 will damage the burrs over time, since you run them all the way to empty every time you grind.

    Here’s my take: I use Method #2, because I feel that the beans start to taste stale if left in the hopper. (Everyone’s tastebuds are different; there’s no right or wrong.) This means that I let the burrs run until I hear the sound change from a low growl to a high pitched growl, which indicates that the burrs are grinding empty, and then I manually stop the grind.

    I honestly don’t see any issue with this, and I don’t feel any anxiety about it. Think about it: if you’re cleaning the burrs between bean swaps, you’re letting them run for several seconds on empty anyway. Even the manufacturer instructions tell you to do this when cleaning the burrs! The only difference here is that instead of intentionally running them on empty for several seconds to clean them, you’re running them on empty for one single second every day/dose. I’d never recommend doing that on a fine espresso setting, but as long as you’re in the medium-to-coarse range, I don’t see any possible ways the burrs could damage each other. There’s no way the burrs are touching at that distance, regardless of variables like heat expanding the metal and other things coffee nerds like to debate about.

    I hope this review was helpful. I’ll update in a year to let you know if this grinder held up through daily use.

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  8. anonymouse

    I generally just buy whatever my trusted consumer magazine recommends and I wasn’t disappointed. This produces a very consistent grind and is not too loud (some, apparently can be quite loud). It’s definitely louder than my Hamilton blade grinder (which was one of the quieter models available), but the convenience is undeniable. It took three tries to get the settings dialed in but now produces my desired amount of ground beans at the push of a button. It has a timer instead of a volume selector, so you’ll need to do a test run and measure the volume of beans, then calculate the proper time for your desired volume. It’s about 10s grinding produces the right amount of beans for 4 EU cups (1 L water).

    The hopper is large and can hold a lot of beans! The collection canister is steel and so the grounds don’t stick via static. The canister is large enough to hold a lot if you want to grind a month’s worth of coffee in one go, or to make cold-brew coffee.

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  9. Aaron

    The OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder in Silver has truly transformed my coffee experience. From the moment I started using it, I noticed a remarkable difference in the taste of my coffee.

    One of the standout features for me is the ease of setting the grind size. Whether I’m brewing espresso or a French press, I can effortlessly adjust the grinder to achieve the perfect consistency. This flexibility is a game-changer.

    The noise level is pleasantly low, especially for a burr grinder. I can grind my beans in the morning without waking up the entire household, which is a huge plus.

    Another great feature is the airtight storage, ensuring that my coffee beans stay fresh for longer periods. It’s the little details like this that make OXO a trusted brand.

    Cleaning this grinder is a breeze. The design allows for easy access to all the nooks and crannies, and it doesn’t require constant maintenance.

    In summary, the OXO Brew Conical Burr Coffee Grinder has enhanced my coffee-making routine. It consistently delivers great-tasting coffee, is simple to use, and keeps beans fresh. I couldn’t be happier with this purchase.

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