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SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Electric Adjustable Burr Mill with 35 Precise Grind Setting for 2-12 Cup, Black

Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $59.99.

  • 35 grind selections for customized brewing method
  • Anti-static technology for mess-free experience
  • Uniform grinding for optimal flavor extraction
  • Customizable quantity selection for 2-12 cups
  • Easy to clean with built-in brush and removable parts
  • Black color
  • Capacity of 8.5 ounces
  • Corded electric power source
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Buying Guide: SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

Why Choose the SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder?

The SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is a high-quality electric coffee grinder that offers 35 precise grind settings to cater to your specific brewing method. Its conical burr design ensures uniform grinding for optimal flavor extraction. With customizable quantity options and easy cleaning features, this coffee grinder is a great addition to any coffee lover’s kitchen.

Key Features of the SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

  • 35 Custom Grind Selections: Choose from 35 different grind selections, ranging from fine for espresso to coarse for french press, to suit your preferred brewing method.
  • Anti-static Conical Burr: The anti-static technology prevents mess in the ground coffee chamber, improving your overall user experience.
  • Uniform Grinding: The stainless steel conical burr ensures consistent grounds, allowing for optimal extraction of flavors.
  • Customizable Quantity: Select from 2-12 cup quantities to grind the exact amount you need for your coffee preparation.
  • Easy to Clean: The built-in brush, removable upper burr, hopper, and chamber make cleaning the grinder a breeze.


  • Color: Black
  • Brand: SHARDOR
  • Style: Coffee Bean Grinder
  • Capacity: 8.5 Ounces
  • Recommended Uses: Grinding
  • Product Dimensions: 7.87″L x 4.72″W x 11.81″H
  • Series: CG9406-UL2
  • Item Model Number: CG9406-UL2
  • Item Weight: 5.96 pounds
  • Power Source: Corded Electric
  • Manufacturer: SHARDOR
  • Date First Available: November 14, 2020


The SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder offers a wide range of grind settings, anti-static technology, and uniform grinding for a superior coffee-brewing experience. With customizable quantity options and easy cleaning features, it is a versatile and convenient option for any coffee enthusiast. Invest in the SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, and elevate your coffee brewing game today!

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Specification: SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Electric Adjustable Burr Mill with 35 Precise Grind Setting for 2-12 Cup, Black





‎Coffee Bean Grinder


8.5 Ounces

Product Dimensions

‎7.87"L x 4.72"W x 11.81"H



Item model number


Item Weight

‎5.96 pounds

Power Source

‎Corded Electric



Date First Available

‎November 14, 2020

9 reviews for SHARDOR Conical Burr Coffee Grinder, Electric Adjustable Burr Mill with 35 Precise Grind Setting for 2-12 Cup, Black

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  1. Mark E.

    Buy this one!

    I pored over a LOT of reviews and hemmed and hawed about details and features before settling on this Shardor conical burr grinder. I’m very happy with it and think I made the right decision. My priorities: Quiet, conical burr, 10-12 cup, no static, and not too large. Thumbs up on all counts!

    We brew cold, and use a French press to strain after 24 hours. Our standard Krups unit (a smaller burr grinder) died, and I had been using a manual grinder. I still use the manual grinder, as the cold brew system we use allows me to add to the brew in a gallon container over a few days … it works well for a half-hopper each day, but we decided to get another electric grinder to save wear and tear on my arm.

    So pictured is a close-shot of the grind my manual grinder (flat steel burr) produces. Also pictured is a shot of the output of the Shardor grinder in the glass container prior to adding water. I feel that the grind is coarse enough, although I will say I wish it could be just a little more coarse. You will note, by the photo I’ve included, that I have the setting as low as it will go and still activate the interlock. That is several notches lower than the lowest index mark. At any rate, I feel the grind is more consistent and slightly coarser than my manual grinder so I am happy with that.

    ZERO issues with static! Please see the photos. I ground a bit at the finest (espresso) setting, just to compare and so I had info for this review, and with that setting, there is no static cling either. Amazing. I mean, really!

    You will note, also, how fine the espresso grind is. It’s like snuff! A super-fine powder. I’m not an espresso person, but I have dabbled in it, and I can say this easily is the finest grind I’ve ever produced at home.

    This grinder does its job quickly enough .. it is much faster than our Krups was, and certainly way faster than the manual grinder. I’m happy with it. I suspect a larger unit could grind faster, by virtue of having a larger burr and throughput, but then … well, I don’t want a larger unit. This one is good-looking, and fits well in my space. The coffee is cool after grinding, so that is god too … my Krups made warm grounds! That’s no good. This one does not do that, which preserves delicate flavors and aroma.

    The power cord is neither too long nor too short. This is often a problem with kitchen appliances.

    The receptacle for the ground coffee has a plastic lid with a rubber stopper. Should you grind more than you need, or prefer to grind at night so you don’t wake people in the morning you can close this stopper and maintain freshness.

    That said, this is the absolute quietest electric coffee grinder I’ve had the pleasure of using. It’s way gentler on the ears than our old Krups was, and far far, quieter than the shrieking demon of a Cuisinart grinder I had years ago. To put that in perspective for you, I’m the guy who insists on using earplugs with any electric saw, and we also use earplugs when we use food processors, as well. I’ve used coffee grinders that were not only annoyingly loud, but painfully so, and I am so very happy to tell you that this one, while it does make a good deal of noise, it is NOT loud, and you can talk normally over it in the same room. Also, the tone it produces is not piercing, like some .. it is rather mellow, considering it is grinding coffee! I love that this does not hurt my sensitive ears.

    The grinder is well-built, and I sense it will last a long while. If I have an issue, I will of course update this review. Also, there is a generous warranty .. you write an email to the address on the card included in the package and give some info. This is how you register your unit. I real person “Mike” got back to me the next day and indicated that we now have a 2-year guarantee and a 6-month replacement warranty. Sounds good! I hope I never have to use it.

    There is a scooper measure spoon and a cleaning brush included .. they are cleverly kept in brackets inside the lid of the hopper. The hopper twists to adjust the grind … but also twisting it counter-clockwise releases it so you can access the top burr, and easily clean the unit.

    I recommend this grinder if you are looking. Enjoy!

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  2. Max Brosseau

    Original purchased grinder worked great, I’m not sure why some people say it’s a bit messy? It grinds the coffee and it ends up in the smoked plastic container. No mess for me. But eventually started grinding less for each press of the button.
    So I contacted Shardor
    After purchase support was great!
    Quick responses to my emails. After an explanation of what was happening and a few instructions to follow from Shardor, they sent me a replacement grinder! It showed up much sooner than I expected. It works great. I’m drinking fresh ground coffee as I write this..
    Highly recommend.

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  3. B. Gateley

    i’m reviewing the 855 (9406) grinder, the one with the smoked anti-static container, 35 grind settings, and the flat control panel. spoiler alert – it’s great if you test-run it first.

    very low retention (from brand new out of the box, at a grind setting of 17 for standard drip, 20.0g in gave me 19.8g out, which seems stunning). can grind into ANY cup you want, as mine has no switches or sensors that require the container to be in place. this is great because you can grind directly into a drip filter basket, an espresso portafilter, a random cup, a small glass jar, or directly onto the countertop and floor.

    the included container is great and doesn’t cause static, and the output chute is nicely centered and pours grinds from above (instead of sideways like the cheaper grinder). the clearance is perfect for either a small plastic cup or a typical espresso dosing cup (like the one for my Breville Barista Express) if you don’t want to use the included container.

    the 2 to 12 cup settings might be ok if you (a) ignore the 2-cup setting, and (b) check your specific grinder like i did (see attached picture of mini spreadsheet that i made after doing a test run). in my case, if i ignore the 2-cup setting, all of the others will give me a reasonably consistent dose of 8.2g per “cup” which is slightly milder than the accepted ratio of 10g per coffee “cup” (based on 60g per liter of water, as per people like James Hoffmann). the small error of +/-5% (red column) is acceptable for morning automatic drip coffee makers, and if you want more accurate for espresso or fine tuning your brew them just pre-weigh your beans and grind only that much. so, for me and for most people, it’s a great 4 to 12 cup grinder.

    i’m ok making my coffee at 8.2g per “cup” rather than the 10g per “cup” simply because for the past 5-plus years i’ve been making it with only 5g per “cup” (hey, i didn’t know any better), so i went from being WAY weak to almost normal.

    every so often i’ll do another test run with different beans and/or a different setting, and update my spreadsheet and post it here, so check back if you’re curious!

    as far as the grinding uniformity (1 to 35 setting), it’s pretty good but at a setting of 5 i’m still getting what look like thin flakes (like the skin of a peanut), and at a setting of 30 i’m getting some fines. i think this would be good for the fine to medium range, and passable for coarse. i don’t do french press so i don’t care about that end of the range anyways. one day i’ll try to do a 2-pass grinding (first pass at 35, second pass at 15 or so) to see if that makes things better or worse as far as uniformity.

    that 2-cup setting is useless and wildly out of range, and i REALLY wish that they kept the angled control panel like the 845 version has.

    if you only have a simple blade grinder (that’s what i started with) or are money conscious, this would be a good purchase. i’ll one day buy and try the Breville which costs almost three times as much, but until that time this Shardor will do me just fine, and would make a great gift for someone just starting into the world of buying whole beans or to upgrade them from a blade grinder. hey, it’s almost Christmas, so give someone a nice gift!

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  4. GregR

    I have been using this grinder for a month now. The grind is quite consistent, both in measurement and grind. I do find it a little louder than some others I have used. But what makes up for the noise is the antistatic properties. I have had absolutely no mess to wipe up after, and can take the cup and put the grind right into the coffee maker without grinds spreading all over.

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  5. GregR

    Have used it daily for the past month. Does exactly what it is supposed to do…great job on the beans. A bit noisy, that does not interfere with the quality of the coffee. I am pleased with this purchase so far. If there is a problem, I will update.

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  6. M&G Cornelius

    I seldom write reviews but this product deserves my recognition.

    I have been grinding my coffee for many years and have worn out a few grinders. This one replaces a high dollar one from a well known name in small kitchen appliances. There is no comparison.

    This grinder is considerably quieter than any one that I have had. The grind is consistent and uniform. The controls have very positive “clicky” feel to them so you know where it is set. The anti-static feature works. I was skeptical but after almost a month of daily use, there is literally no coffee residue in the container. I did a lot of research before buying this. I had never heard of the brand so I was leery. I’m glad I bought it because it is the best grinder I’ve had, without a doubt. Once I got my settings dialed in, I’ve been enjoying the best coffee ever. The only question left is longevity.

    If you’re in the market for a grinder, this one is a no brainer.

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  7. Mark E.

    We have been grinding our own coffee beans for nearly 30 years. Needles to say we have tried a few grinders. The one we have is still working great but it is old and rather than wait until it quits we decided to be pro-active and invest in a new one. After reading everything I could find on this grinder and all of the reviews from dozens of grinders here I decided to try this one. It is a fantastic grinder, the grind is very consistant and the anti-static on the plastic hopper is the real deal! Not a single patricle stays in the hopper after a single tap and it does not make a mess all over the counter! There is only one thing that I would recommend changing, once you grind the beans the lid closure can not be closed and put back into the grinber so you must leave the rubber lid (well made and closes tightly) hanging out and it looks sloppy.that said the grind is perfect.
    Heads up on, on a grind setting of 19, the 2 cup setting lasts about 15 or 16 seconds and is enuff for an entire pot of Coffee and we drink it very strong! We tried the fineest grin and our espresso machine (Breville) and it was so fine that the machine could NOT BREW a drop. That said we now use the 15 grind setting for the espresso machine.
    Note: we are grinding French roast dark beans. The noise is average but hey it is a Burr grinder and they are not quiet so we dont really notice it being to loud.
    I definately recommend this grinder, so far the quality and function are excellent and we have not seen any of the issues that others have sited in the reviews.
    Hope this helps…..

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  8. John C Kreifels

    I was kinda wary of ordering a random Grinder off Amazon, since I keep watching “coffee snobs” youtube video telling you you need a 500-1000+Dollars grinder to even be able grind decent expresso, which seemed absurd to me since it just a set of burrs and a motor.

    Went with the most expensive Shador model with anti-static basket and 35 grind size while it was on a discount, since it seemed to have pretty great reviews, and so far I really love it.

    First of all, it’s capable to make super fine grinds, if that’s what you need. I personally tend to put in on 4-7 for my expresso machine, depending on the coffee I used, but it’s good to know it can grind both super fine and rather corse when needed, depending if you’re going for expresso, filtered coffee, french press, etc…

    The anti static basket is really nice, although personally I put a small battery powered scale instead underneath the chute , which pours pour directly from the grinder into the expresso machine filter located on the scale so I don’t make excess coffee that goes stale in the anti-static basket. I move the basket around to ensure better distribution as it pours, then I stamp it when I have the correct weight…. Might want to order a cheap basket funnel disk thing to ensure there’s no spillage if you get the mound too high… These are pretty cheap on amazon tbh.

    It’s not too loud, although you probably don’t want to run it in the same room as a sleeping spouse or something…

    There’s a wheel to adjust the amount of cups you grind, which is probably the weakest part of the package. There’s settings for (2/4/6/8/10/12 cups), and you can’t go with partial increments, making it pretty useless. When I put it on 2 (the lowest setting), it produces way too much coffee for an single expresso machine filter. Thankfully you can just manually press the grind button and start/stop it when you seem to have enough (or your scale tells you you have enough)…. But yeah, shame it wasn’t a timer in seconds instead of fixed cups size for people making coffee for an army or something (Who grinds 12 cups of coffee in one go, seriously ?).

    In terms of taste, i’m sure elitists will claim it somehow tastes inferior than their 1500 dollar grinder, but to me it tastes way better than any pre-ground coffee you can buy, and I find it hard to believe most people would be able to tell the difference in a blind test…

    At the end of the day, if you’re in the market for a decent grinder that won’t break the bank, has an anti-static basket, can grind super fine for expresso, isn’t too noisy and can pour directly into a portafilter, this will do the trick just fine for most people that don’t want to mortgage their house or sell their kidneys for a 2% increase in coffee morning elitism.

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  9. M&G Cornelius

    I bought the cheaper version of the SHARDOR and it was TERRIBLE with static, there was coffee dust all over the place, so I bought this one to replace it and I love it! There is no static at all, it is quiet and grinds very quickly. Only complaints, as others have said, is the lowest setting of the time dial does not go low enough, and on very fine grind it does get stuck quite a bit. I only put enough beans in for my one cup of coffee and just turn it off when the grind is done to solve the first problem and for my pour-over, a medium fine grind works just great. Definitely a good buy for me!

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