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Bodum Burr Grinder $77.31 with code

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Aug 17, 2015
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Winnipeg, MB
Just an FYI for any impatient people - I ordered mine on September 30th, and Canada Post has just received it through customs. So if you order, try not to get too excited to use your new grinder right away!
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May 7, 2007
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Montreal
I ordered from Bodum before.. shipping is not fast and customer service is non-existent. Products however are good.
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Jun 18, 2012
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Barrie
GaryS048 wrote: Can we grind cinnamon sticks and herbs in this? Like oregano, mint etc
I would imagine so as the actual part that grinds (burr) is made of metal. You would likely have to clean it out more though but its fairly easy to take apart to clean.
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Sep 2, 2009
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London
tbonegreen wrote: Just an FYI for any impatient people - I ordered mine on September 30th, and Canada Post has just received it through customs. So if you order, try not to get too excited to use your new grinder right away!
Oof that's rough. I ordered mine Sep. 29th, shipped Oct. 1, received October 9th, and I thought I waited a while. Guess I got lucky after all.

So far I'm really liking the product, def happy with the purchase.
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Tried to grind some cinammon sticks and it worked pretty good. You will need to have smaller sized pieces so they can fit into the hopper (see first pic) and feed into the grinder properly because the hopper is required to be on to operate. Had my settings fairly high as well so it would be possible to get much finer grains if needed.
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I've loved mine for the last 3 years. Can't compare it to the more expensive brands but compared to the old blade grinder it is light years ahead in regards to helping make quality coffee in the morning.
If it’s not at least 50% off is it really a deal?
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May 7, 2007
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Montreal
DjRags604 wrote: I've loved mine for the last 3 years. Can't compare it to the more expensive brands but compared to the old blade grinder it is light years ahead in regards to helping make quality coffee in the morning.
5% shy of a deal then
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Jul 20, 2016
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They're similar, but the more expensive one have a Borosilicate glass catcher (reduces static, some say retain better taste as well) , timer (useless imho) and a clutch (to protect the grinder if you get like a small stone)
huuuu! (¬'-')¬ C-('-'Q) straight!
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Oct 19, 2003
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If you love coffee grounds flying all over the place and 10% of your coffee getting trapped inaccessibly in the innards of your grinder get one of these because they are awesome for both of these things.
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May 1, 2019
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Smithers, BC
BinaryJay wrote: If you love coffee grounds flying all over the place and 10% of your coffee getting trapped inaccessibly in the innards of your grinder get one of these because they are awesome for both of these things.
Fair (sarcastic) point, but I've been researching different grinders, as I'm in the market, and I think you'd be hard-pressed to find one at this price point that avoided these things.
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briand1989 wrote: Fair (sarcastic) point, but I've been researching different grinders, as I'm in the market, and I think you'd be hard-pressed to find one at this price point that avoided these things.
Honestly the problems are so bad that you end up just grinding a ton at a time to avoid using it more often which defeats the point of having a grinder at all.
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Jun 12, 2018
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BinaryJay wrote: Honestly the problems are so bad that you end up just grinding a ton at a time to avoid using it more often which defeats the point of having a grinder at all.
What type of grinder would you recommend?
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Lynch wrote: 5% shy of a deal then
Haha fair enough.
If it’s not at least 50% off is it really a deal?

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