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[Bodum.com] Bodum Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder 30% + 10% off -$92.49

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Oct 24, 2010
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Bodum Bistro Burr Coffee Grinder 30% + 10% off -$92.49

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Price:
$92.49
Savings:
30 + 10%
Retailer:
Bodum.com
I've been eyeing this for a while.
Bodum Canada currently has an 'off-white' colour Bistro Burr Grinder on sale for $90.99(30% off) with free shipping.

you can use this code: ' YOUR10OFF' for an additional 10% off

$129.99 + 30% off + 10% off + free shipping + tax = $92.49

link below:
https://bodum.com/ca/en/
edit: couldn't get the link to work. go to their main site and click 'E-Bodum' from the top menu and you should be able to see it

The BISTRO Burr Grinder crushes beans between stainless steel conical burrs rather than slicing them which preserves bean’s intrinsic flavour and aroma and provides a consistent grind; no sharpening required.
• Push button, pre-set timer allows users to grind the exact amount of coffee needed, keeping beans fresh and preventing waste
• Adjustable grind allows users to go from Espresso to French Press with ease
• Colourful, compact, space-saving design pairs perfectly with e-BODUM’s BISTRO collection of kettles and coffeemakers
• Equipped with a friction clutch, preventing damage to the grinding gear by the presence of small stones
• Borosilicate glass catcher reduces static cling of coffee grounds
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Apr 26, 2008
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Oakville
Thank you sir! You have my upvote. Great find.
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Sep 10, 2002
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Vancouver
Thank you OP.

Came out to $85.98 in BC.
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May 13, 2012
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CALGARY
I have owned 3 of these, and bought 2 others as gifts. The original could grind beans fine enough for espresso, but would often clog the grinder. The newer one provides a much less fine grind but doesn't clog up. Great for drip or pourover, not the best for espresso, but passable on a entry model espresso machine since those typically can't force the water through very fine grind anyway. I have found the earlier grinders have lasted about 4 years (with daily personal use, all 3 stopped working) the newer ones seem to last a bit longer (from the 2 I've had experience with, my own and one I had at work).
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Dec 18, 2010
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Vancouver
Is it worth it t buy a grinder this expensive if all I drink is drip coffee?
Newbie
Jun 29, 2008
44 posts
35 upvotes
Mine stopped working after six month of daily use and bodum blamed the coffee I use, so they won't honor their warranty.
Newbie
Jan 24, 2016
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Ottawa, ON
I’ve had this unit for 9 years and it’s still going strong. Use it every day. Paid $89.99 on 25 Nov 2011.
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Jan 12, 2013
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London
This is a great grinder, I have this one at home. Don't buy the one that is $58, it looks really similar but the one for 90 is the one you want. Great conical burr, very consistent and even grind size, I use it for pour over, not so much espresso, but it really helps to get good flavour out of coffee.
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Jan 14, 2006
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Richmond Hill, ON
Thanks! I held off buying the Oxo one hoping a deal on this one!
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Nov 26, 2003
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iN10Se wrote: Is it worth it t buy a grinder this expensive if all I drink is drip coffee?
Yes, it's worth it. The grinder is the most important piece of equipment of making great coffee.
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Dec 10, 2003
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Vancouver #1
I have used this for almost 3 years about 3 times a week for single cup each time. Still working. It can grind more fine than pre-ground store bought coffee. It got so fine, that it was slowing down my espresso shots which is a good sign.
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simon113 wrote: Mine stopped working after six month of daily use and bodum blamed the coffee I use, so they won't honor their warranty.
What the actual f*ck lol.

How'd you buy it? Visa/Master card, or maybe they allow PayPal? Time to back charge if you did.
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Dec 1, 2012
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Calgary
Is this any good for French press?
From what I've been reading, finger grind settings are consistent but as you go coarser the grinds are inconsistent.
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Jun 29, 2008
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Sejad wrote: What the actual f*ck lol.

How'd you buy it? Visa/Master card, or maybe they allow PayPal? Time to back charge if you did.
Never thought about that. I bought it on Amazon maybe I could try speaking to them first.
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simon113 wrote: Never thought about that. I bought it on Amazon maybe I could try speaking to them first.
Amazon will help you, heard that some people buy stuff from them and even a year later they replaced/refund an item.

Since you paid with a credit card, they extend your warranty by a year.
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Jan 12, 2008
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I still really like mine, got it during the price error time. I don't grind beans every day though, once a week but enough for one coffee/day via aeropress and i always make sure the motor rests before the next pulse. Going well so far, its been 1.5 yrs.
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Jun 19, 2010
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Vancouver
simon113 wrote: Mine stopped working after six month of daily use and bodum blamed the coffee I use, so they won't honor their warranty.
What type of coffee are you using? I've had mine for 6 years of daily use and it still works perfectly. I take apart what I can and clean it once a year or so to get oils off and mainly drink medium roasts. Maybe you just got a dud?

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