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Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Adjustable Cup Size, 17 Fine to Coarse Grind Size Settings for Drip, Percolator, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers, Black,12 cups

Original price was: $34.99.Current price is: $32.99.

  • Secura electric burr grinder with 17 grind size selections
  • Quantity control dial for 2 to 12 cups of coffee
  • Burr grinding mechanism preserves natural aroma
  • Takes up little counter space
  • Designed for use with North American electrical standards
  • ETL approved product with 2-year limited warranty
  • Black color, adjustable style
  • Product dimensions: 6″L x 4″W x 8.75″H
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Original price was: $34.99.Current price is: $32.99.


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Buying Guide: Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill


The Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill is a versatile coffee grinder that offers 17 grind size settings, from extremely fine to coarse, making it suitable for various coffee maker types. This buying guide will help you understand the features of this product and make an informed decision before purchasing.

Grind Size Selections

The Secura grinder provides 17 grind size options, allowing you to customize the coarseness of your coffee grounds. Adjust the settings based on your brewing method:

  • Extremely Fine: Ideal for espresso
  • Coarse: Perfect for French press

Quantity Control Dial

The quantity control dial allows you to grind coffee for 2 to 12 cups, ensuring you have the right amount of freshly ground coffee for your brewing needs.

Burr Grinding Mechanism

The burr grinding mechanism of the Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder ensures a uniform grind, preserving the natural aroma of your coffee beans. This mechanism is known for producing consistent grind sizes, resulting in a better coffee brewing experience.

Compact Design

The Secura grinder is designed to take up minimal counter space, making it a convenient addition to any kitchen. Its compact size ensures that it is always available when you need freshly ground coffee.

Electrical Standards

This coffee grinder is compatible with North American electrical standards, operating at 120V with a 110-watt motor. Always ensure the voltage matches your region’s standards before use.

Product Dimensions and Weight

The Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill has the following dimensions:

  • Length: 6 inches
  • Width: 4 inches
  • Height: 8.75 inches

It weighs approximately 2.86 pounds, making it relatively lightweight and easy to handle.

Manufacturer, Model, and Availability

The Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill is manufactured by Secura. Its model number is SCG-903B. The product was first made available on July 5, 2017.


The Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill is a reliable and versatile coffee grinder that caters to various brewing preferences. Its adjustable grind size settings, quantity control dial, and compact design make it a practical choice for coffee lovers. Ensure to check the product’s electrical compatibility and consider the dimensions and weight before making your purchase.

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Current Price $32.99 May 27, 2024
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Specification: Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Adjustable Cup Size, 17 Fine to Coarse Grind Size Settings for Drip, Percolator, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers, Black,12 cups







100 Grams


120 Volts

Product Dimensions

6"L x 4"W x 8.75"H

Item Weight

2.86 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July 5, 2017

10 reviews for Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Adjustable Cup Size, 17 Fine to Coarse Grind Size Settings for Drip, Percolator, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers, Black,12 cups

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  1. Z. Bagley

    Works good for grinding generally anything. It’s designed as a coffee grinder so don’t be fooled by any other claims. I have ground a wide variety of herb and spices in it and my one complaint is due to its coffee based design.
    It will not grind to a powder for some things, anything flat like a dried seed ect will pass through. If it could effectively grind everything It would be 5 stars.
    Has resettable thermal overload. ( if it jams and shuts off wait 30 minutes and it resets) if grinding cinnamon or something large or woody I advise using a blender first to prevent jamming or overheating.

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  2. Claudia Gabriela Ortiz Jeronimo

    Tengo un poco menos de una semana usando el molino, es muy fácil de usar, agrego grano de café hasta donde permite el recipiente y voy moliendo conforme vaya necesitando, así no tengo que estar agregando grano de café cada que quiero moler para una o dos tazas, el único detalle que he tenido es que cuando selecciono que muela lo más fino, no funciona al 100% porque como que no alcanza a moler el grano, esto hace que si está programado para moler lo necesario para dos tazas, solo muela la mitad de tiempo que está prendido, por lo que no saldrá para dos tazas. La mayoría de las veces no necesito el grano tan finamente molido por lo que no me representa gran problema pero es algo a considerar…

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  3. Leonel Orlaineta

    Gran calidad por el precio.

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  4. Leonel Orlaineta

    Funciona perfectamente, la prestación diaria (molido, ruido de operación, tiempo) es excelente por su costo.

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  5. Reggie

    Update 3: The replacement they sent has been running strong for about a year now, so assuming I got a defective on before. Overall it’s a decent enough budget grinder.

    Update2: I bought a second one, which died within a single week of use. The adjustments on this new one were fairly limited – but provided me with an acceptable course grind for my french press as well as a fine enough grind for a decent espresso. I was happy that I didn’t have to open it to adjust the grind size, but my mind is blown that after ~6 batches of 12 cup grinds it won’t even turn on.

    Emailed customer service with proof, but the most recent product is 100% worthless. Reduced to 1 of 5 stars until I have solid proof that this isn’t a normal defect and I was simply unlucky.

    Update: Purchased 4/19, motor finally gave out 10/30/21. We used this daily (often twice), and am very happy with how long it lasted. I’m updating from 3 star to 4 stars simply because I didn’t expect it to last a day past the 2 year warranty.

    This is a solid 3 stars for a budget burr grinder (so far).

    The main bad points:
    The grinder does NOT adjust grind size out of box (but you can do this with a little surgery).
    The timer is 100% useless.
    Like most grinders, the container is plastic and static and causes some grinds to fly out.
    If you don’t catch it when it runs out of grinds, the motors starts spinning way too fast. If I had to guess… allow this too happen for too long/too many times and the motor _will_ burn out (the longest time, with a full set of beans, makes this run for wayyyy too long). THE TIMER DOES NOT WORK.
    Even after manual adjustment of the grind size, you can’t swap from espresso level fine to french press level coarse.

    The good points:
    It appears to be a very solid construction, and as long as used properly and not allowed to run w/o beans I believe this will be a long lasting durable grinder.
    A consistent grind (once you adjust it to what you want to grind for).
    At the price point you could buy one for espresso and one for french press and still come out ahead compared to many other grinders (that often have reviews stating the same problems as this grinder).

    All in all I plan on keeping this grinder (2 stars or below is pretty much my return level). I’m not exactly impressed, but for a _budget_ grinder this guy is decent… just know what you’re getting into.

    How to adjust the grind size:
    1) Open the top lid and verify your grinder is unplugged.
    2) Unlock and remove the center burr.
    3) Unscrew the 3 screws in the bean holder, this will allow you to remove the top from the base. Careful, this is also where the circuit board is located and wires are attached to it.
    4) Remove the adjustment wheel (the guy with the numbers you twirl from the outside). This wheel has 2 small plastic bits that prevent the wheel from doing 360 degree rotation.
    5) You can now freely turn the grinder wheel (lefty loosey for larger grinds, righty tighty for finer grinds). Adjust the wheel to what you want then replace the wheel and top.

    You can remove the two plastic bits that block the adjustment wheel to get a larger range of grinds, but I still find it only goes from either espresso -> drip or from drip -> french press. There’s no way to get from espresso -> drip on this machine. I’d suggest just accepting that this will only grind to a single size, adjust to that size and live with it.
    When replacing the top you don’t want to tighten the screws all the way or it will cinch the grinder and you won’t be able to adjust it at all. This isn’t a big deal unless you do surgery to remove the two plastic adjustment wheel blockers.
    Adjusting the device was my own choice, and I likely voided my warranty in doing so. If you do this, don’t blame me if you break it and they don’t accept your return 😉

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  6. Thegoat71

    Me costó encontrar uno que tuviera estas cualidades, para empezar, va muy bien. Recomendado.

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  7. Rudie Neumann

    I used this coffee grinder just once for the sake of this review. I actually purchased it to be used exclusively for spices in the kitchen, mostly pepper, and It may replace my bowl and pestle for some other dry spices. I have become weary of using my hand-held grinder to grind one or more tablespoons of pepper when cooking. And I am supposing that I would not prefer to have pepper fragments in my coffee, nor coffee fragments in my pepper and other spices. And if the grind from this Secura happens to be inconsistent, it won’t matter much for spices. So, I purchased this second grinder.

    The Secura is REALLY fast, albeit considerably noisier than my Capresso 560Infinity ($98.98). Is faster a good thing, or is it a problem? Some say faster affects coffee’s taste negatively, but I ran each sample in the picture through my French Press, and I was really unable to detect ANY difference in flavor. But I readily admit, that’s the opinion of just ONE person.

    I really like being able to simply tap the on-off button when it’s finished grinding. Setting the grind size is really simple, using the dial on the left side. I made a mental note of the fact that turning either the grind size on the left to minimum OR neglecting to set the cup size won’t allow the machine to be turned on. And as far as mess is concerned, I think the ejection port in the back of the ground-coffee hopper, coupled with a lid on the hopper does a good job of reducing the “overspray” to a minimum.

    The coffee I brewed from the Secura in my French Press MIGHT have had just a TINY BIT more sediment left in the bottom of the cup, but not enough to matter to me. Anyway, a bit more sediment seems to be intrinsic to wire mesh filters of any kind. I brewed both samples at a 16 to 1 ratio. Each tasted really good to me and virtually identical.

    The cup estimator dial on the front seems silly to me BUT IT DOESN’T HURT ANYTHING. I guess some people might use the cup estimator on the front to grind their beans, but I do not know how that could be useful. Even if it is at all accurate and consistent, what coffee to water ratio do you personally prefer and for which type of brewing? It doesn’t make sense. And if you do not care about precision in your brewing, why are you buying a home grinder anyway? Use your kitchen scale to weigh your beans; keep the cup dial cranked all the way up, and grind your beans all at once each time you brew. Stand there for the few seconds it takes for grinding and tap the off button when grinding is finished.

    Any complaints about messiness are unfounded from what I can see. Yes, there are a few specs that end up on the counter, but a minimal amount IMO. Anyway, wild grounds, driven by static electricity seems to be pretty consistently a part of the home-grinding adventure! Put a towel under it if you like. Or it DOES help if you stir 1 to 3 drops of water in with your beans before grinding. (NO MORE than that!) Or I suppose you can do your grinding outside, but it’s not worth it to me.

    Will it last? IDUNO! Considering the price and just in case, at 71 years old, I spent money on my first-ever product warranty. $7.00 gives me 4 years. I purchased the extended warranty because I guessed I might not use it enough to adequately test it during the factory warranty period. It may very well have been $7.00 of foolishly wasted money, but it’s not a biggie either way. I grind coffee daily, but for spices this won’t see nearly that kind of use. After 4 years, for forty-two bucks and if I am still vertical, I won’t complain.

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  8. CGR

    Love it! It gives the coffee a better taste.

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  9. Alex Kment

    Es un equipo muy sencillo de usar, de manera domestica cumple con todo lo necesario para moler tu café al momento.

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  10. Rudie Neumann

    Great little counter top coffee grinder BUT it is messy, and the plastic will break in a year. I know because I’ve bought several of these grinders. When you remove the bin grinds go everywhere because the shoot to the bin is always open. Remove the receptacle bin eave the lid in place and tap the entire plastic bin on the counter to get all the grinds off the top of the lid. Remove the lid get your grinds and wipe down the counter of ALL the spilled coffee and replace the bin. Within one year or just over the corner of the plastic bin will break. Just trust me on this I’ve had 3 or more because they did replace a few that broke under a year and they ALWAYS break. I’d pay extra for the warranty. It’s well worth it. I’ve only found one burr counter top grinder with a stainless steal grind bin and I might try that one next but all this plastic is the pits.

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    Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Adjustable Cup Size, 17 Fine to Coarse Grind Size Settings for Drip, Percolator, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers, Black,12 cups
    Secura Electric Burr Coffee Grinder Mill, Adjustable Cup Size, 17 Fine to Coarse Grind Size Settings for Drip, Percolator, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers, Black,12 cups

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