Bodum Coffee Grinder - £10.50 instore @ Sainsburys
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Bodum Coffee Grinder - £10.50 instore @ Sainsburys

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Found 23rd Mar 2013
Bodum Coffee Grinder found in Sainsburys, Oldbury, West Mids reduced from £34.99 to £10.50. Various Colours - Black, Cream and Red to name a few.

Still showing as £34.99 online and around the £30 to £35 mark Amazon.

Post may help someone.

This was posted over a month ago and then expired (original post- http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bodum-coffee-grinder-10-50-store-sainsburys-1457659)

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Bought one a while back for this price, great gadget that is used alot. Perfect teamed with one of them cafitiere cups things off amazon they also came in a bright lime colour too

Won't work for Espresso BTW - not fine enough

Quite good for grinding spices. I had one but it wasn't fine enough so bought a burr grinder, use this now for spices.

SpamJavelin

Won't work for Espresso BTW - not fine enough



I'm sorry but it totally depends on your coffee machine and pressure. There is not one fineness of grind for espresso.

Makes me laugh.... Probably good enough for French press... At a push. No where near good enough for espresso

Don't care for an espresso personally. Want a mug of decent coffee I can make at home to keep me chasing round after my kids. Don't pretend to be any pro coffee drinker. But then this is thr only grinder I have ever owned. Does the job well in my limited experience

better 150W + 70 gramm capacity + amazon guarantee & service

£11.99
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Martin-Wahl-ZX595-Grinder-Stainless/dp/B000HEZ98C/

£15.90
amazon.co.uk/And…B6/

Better off with a burr grinder especially for espresso

AndrewRoss

Quite good for grinding spices. I had one but it wasn't fine enough so … Quite good for grinding spices. I had one but it wasn't fine enough so bought a burr grinder, use this now for spices.


Which Burr grinder did you buy?

numbertoo

Which Burr grinder did you buy?



This one http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002OHDBQC

It's pretty good, there's a trick to getting it to grind really finely though that involves holding the top of the grinder whilst turning the dial past it's finest setting. Once done its hard to tell where it is on the scale exactly but you can rotate the dial twice or so before it stops rather than once giving you quite a few more options.

I've got one of these in the cupboard http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-CH180A-White-Electric-Chopper/dp/B004AZCDPQ

Would this do for grinding coffee beans.

ordep

I've got one of these in the cupboard … I've got one of these in the cupboard http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-CH180A-White-Electric-Chopper/dp/B004AZCDPQWould this do for grinding coffee beans.



I don't think so, the blades are probably high enough that the beans will pass under the blades. Might be ok for a French press but would never work in an espresso machine.

Thanks Andrew.

Is this offer till tanding ?

Is this offer still standing? Why the price still at £34.99 ?

Original Poster

KA111

Is this offer still standing? Why the price still at £34.99 ?



The offer is instore as per the title

Andrew - that link doesn't work for me, what burr grinder was that for and would you recommend it?

Has anyone got one of these in a sainburys in Essex I've tried a few stores with no luck
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