Bodum sale with upto 75% off eg electric coffee grinders now £49.98. £189 on amazon
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Bodum sale with upto 75% off eg electric coffee grinders now £49.98. £189 on amazon

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Found 13th May
Spotted some awesome deals on the bodum site.
Some of the best being

Half price on the electric coffee grinders in silver or copper now £49.98.

Copper was £99.95 now £49.98
bodum.com/gb/en/10903-73uk-1

Silver was £99.95 now £49.98
bodum.com/gb/en/10903-70uk-1

Amazon showing £189.00 for both colors
bodum 10903-73uk-1 bistro electric burr coffee grinder, copper https//ww…9G/

Both in stock at time of posting.

Also white bread bin
Was £30.00 now £7.50
bodum.com/gb/en/11555-913

Salt and pepper grinder
Was £20.00 now £5.00
bodum.com/gb/en/sales/big-deals/11368-01-3

Yokhi storage set
Was £27.20 now £6.80
bodum.com/gb/en/sales/big-deals/k8560-01

Again all in stock at time of posting.

ITS my post so sorry if I've missed anything out .
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I purchased a bistro bodum coffee grinder a year ago and had to return it because it was awful. It just didn't grind the beans fine enough. It looked pretty but didn't work well at all. I ended up buying a second hand 'rancillo' one. The mechanism, engineering and grunt really are important with these things. Hope this helps someone.
Ordered the grinder, bread bin and storage set. I'll be able to carry them around in my 3 Berghaus backpacks that I ordered here yesterday while wearing my retro NASA t-shirt ordered earlier in the week.
I hate this site, where am I going to put all this cr@p?
Thanks OP........I think😁
The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on Amazon. That is sub-budget for a proper coffee grinder. It'll do okay for filter coffee but for espresso it's useless and it won't be consistent enough for something like an Aeropress. For a really capable coffee grinder even £189 is entry level. The grinder is far and away the most important bit of coffee kit anyone who appreciates decent coffee should be investing in. These Bodums are cheap, but they're not much good.
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Thanks for sharing your first deal @naeemmoham - love Bodum products, great quality heat added
Ikeas coffee grinder is about £15!
Holy cow these look cool! These look far easier to use and clean than any £15 grinders!
thewolf8u46 m ago

Ikeas coffee grinder is about £15!


There are loads that price but these aren’t just one you use and put away and are burr grinders which are generally more expensive as they give a better coffee and are therefore totally different.
Edited by: "eslick" 13th May
£189 for coffee grinder

It would need to make the coffee too for that price!
I purchased a bistro bodum coffee grinder a year ago and had to return it because it was awful. It just didn't grind the beans fine enough. It looked pretty but didn't work well at all. I ended up buying a second hand 'rancillo' one. The mechanism, engineering and grunt really are important with these things. Hope this helps someone.
Great deal. Voted hot!
The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on Amazon. That is sub-budget for a proper coffee grinder. It'll do okay for filter coffee but for espresso it's useless and it won't be consistent enough for something like an Aeropress. For a really capable coffee grinder even £189 is entry level. The grinder is far and away the most important bit of coffee kit anyone who appreciates decent coffee should be investing in. These Bodums are cheap, but they're not much good.
According to a few sites including the coffee barrister the grind quality is consistently high and perfectly fine for espresso and aeropress for home use. The price is never 100 pounds but I've never seen it under 60.
Edited by: "akexuk" 13th May
Ordered the grinder, bread bin and storage set. I'll be able to carry them around in my 3 Berghaus backpacks that I ordered here yesterday while wearing my retro NASA t-shirt ordered earlier in the week.
I hate this site, where am I going to put all this cr@p?
Thanks OP........I think😁
That looks beautiful, a first that I regret having bean to cup.... But that a brief regret
Excellent find, thanks.

I have the grinder and it's very good - especially for the price.

Ordered a load of stuff. Cheers.
£8 postage 😳
there alway this price!! haha
rixy49 m ago

£8 postage 😳


Free if you spend £45
rolstherat4 h, 37 m ago

£189 for coffee grinder It would need to make the coffee too for that …£189 for coffee grinder It would need to make the coffee too for that price!


That's cheap! The one I have cost double that without the VAT and its not a particularly expensive one ! The coffee fanatics say the grinder is even more important than the machine and look for micro millimetric adjustment precision. The fact you can also replace the grinding burrs means that a good machine should last a lifetime.
thewolf8u6 h, 41 m ago

Ikeas coffee grinder is about £15!


Electric burr grinders are expensive.

Electric burr grinders that can produce perfect espresso grind (very very fine grind) are very expensive.

I'd wager the IKEA "grinder" uses blades, which means it's more of a coffee chopper, which heats up the coffee, impairs the flavour and results in an inconsistent grind (or rather, chop).
I have this Bodum burr grinder in black - has worked perfectly well for over a year with daily use (we drink a lot of coffee). The grind is perfectly fine for our Delonghi espresso maker. Much better than a previous Krups blade grinder.
Thank you very much @naeemmoham
Pokey6 h, 36 m ago

The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on A …The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on Amazon. That is sub-budget for a proper coffee grinder. It'll do okay for filter coffee but for espresso it's useless and it won't be consistent enough for something like an Aeropress. For a really capable coffee grinder even £189 is entry level. The grinder is far and away the most important bit of coffee kit anyone who appreciates decent coffee should be investing in. These Bodums are cheap, but they're not much good.


So, I have this grinder for espresso. It's a ceramic burr and makes a very fine grind.

Been using it every day for 6 months.
Not sure why you don't think much of it???
You won't find a better grinder for this crazy price!!!!
Pokey7 h, 8 m ago

The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on A …The Bodum grinder is never £100 anywhere. It's generally about £60 on Amazon. That is sub-budget for a proper coffee grinder. It'll do okay for filter coffee but for espresso it's useless and it won't be consistent enough for something like an Aeropress. For a really capable coffee grinder even £189 is entry level. The grinder is far and away the most important bit of coffee kit anyone who appreciates decent coffee should be investing in. These Bodums are cheap, but they're not much good.


I completely disagree with the statement that a cheap grinder is useless for espresso. I don't have experience with Bodum grinders so you may be right there, but in general it's just not true that you have to spend a lot to make espresso.

Apart from the occasional cafetiere, the only coffee I drink is espresso. At home I use a Delonghi KG79 grinder (cost me £32) and a Gaggia Baby machine (£100 on an Amazon special). I use good fresh coffee delivered direct from a good roastery. The espresso I make at home is better than anything you'll get from a coffee chain and just as good as most independent places. The only places that do better are the real coffee enthusiast places with excellent equipment and well trained baristas.

If you want to compete with these people, by all means spend hundreds or even thousands on coffee equipment, but don't go around telling people that you really need to spend a fortune just to get a good espresso.
Regardless of what people here claim, this is NOT a proper burr grinder. There are no listed details about the burr size and you won't be able to get good espresso from it. Rule of thumb is to always spend more on the grinder than the espresso machine.

You're better off paying a little more for a Sage smartgrinder, graef, rancilio rocket, or baratza virtuoso. Getting something solid second hand is also a good option, as those with good build quality will last a lifetime.
I expected disagreement. It doesn't make this grinder any better.
freedms_stain5 h, 23 m ago

Electric burr grinders are expensive.Electric burr grinders that can …Electric burr grinders are expensive.Electric burr grinders that can produce perfect espresso grind (very very fine grind) are very expensive.I'd wager the IKEA "grinder" uses blades, which means it's more of a coffee chopper, which heats up the coffee, impairs the flavour and results in an inconsistent grind (or rather, chop).


Unless you’re employed as a food taster I’d put £100 down on the table that you couldn’t tell the difference in taste because of a blender.
Pokey3 h, 22 m ago

I expected disagreement. It doesn't make this grinder any better.


Doesn't make your earlier post any more valid either.
thewolf8u1 h, 19 m ago

Unless you’re employed as a food taster I’d put £100 down on the table that …Unless you’re employed as a food taster I’d put £100 down on the table that you couldn’t tell the difference in taste because of a blender.


You would notice if making espresso, as the coffee from the blade grinder just won't come out properly.
benjus1 h, 18 m ago

You would notice if making espresso, as the coffee from the blade grinder …You would notice if making espresso, as the coffee from the blade grinder just won't come out properly.


You definitely notice.
I started off with a Bodum, Sage and then Eureka Mignon.
The difference with Mignon is incredible.

I seem to have developed an intolerance to caffeine though so the lots going on ebay.
Edited by: "callum84" 14th May
benjus7 h, 56 m ago

I completely disagree with the statement that a cheap grinder is useless …I completely disagree with the statement that a cheap grinder is useless for espresso. I don't have experience with Bodum grinders so you may be right there, but in general it's just not true that you have to spend a lot to make espresso.Apart from the occasional cafetiere, the only coffee I drink is espresso. At home I use a Delonghi KG79 grinder (cost me £32) and a Gaggia Baby machine (£100 on an Amazon special). I use good fresh coffee delivered direct from a good roastery. The espresso I make at home is better than anything you'll get from a coffee chain and just as good as most independent places. The only places that do better are the real coffee enthusiast places with excellent equipment and well trained baristas.If you want to compete with these people, by all means spend hundreds or even thousands on coffee equipment, but don't go around telling people that you really need to spend a fortune just to get a good espresso.


I have that grinder and thought like you until I upgraded. I even modded it to go finer from an ebay video. Seemed to grind a good cup. Then I upgraded to a Mazzer and its night and day. That KG79 grinder is by far the best cheap grinder you can buy and much better than this Bodum I had which broke, but its not close to the more expensive £200+ proper grinders. The flavour difference is dramatic. You might find you can use cheap Aldi beans and they taste better than fresh gourmet mail order beans you have been using. I dont know how but the grinder makes a massive difference.
callum848 h, 21 m ago

You definitely notice. I started off with a Bodum, Sage and then Eureka …You definitely notice. I started off with a Bodum, Sage and then Eureka Mignon.The difference with Mignon is incredible.I seem to have developed an intolerance to caffeine though so the lots going on ebay.


Oh really? Got a link?
dave_stuf676 h, 37 m ago

I have that grinder and thought like you until I upgraded. I even modded …I have that grinder and thought like you until I upgraded. I even modded it to go finer from an ebay video. Seemed to grind a good cup. Then I upgraded to a Mazzer and its night and day. That KG79 grinder is by far the best cheap grinder you can buy and much better than this Bodum I had which broke, but its not close to the more expensive £200+ proper grinders. The flavour difference is dramatic. You might find you can use cheap Aldi beans and they taste better than fresh gourmet mail order beans you have been using. I dont know how but the grinder makes a massive difference.


Thanks for that perspective - very interesting and may just inspire me to upgrade. I've been very happy with the Delonghi (I modded mine too) for 5 years now, but maybe it's time to go onwards and upwards.

I just find the whole "it's not worth bothering with unless you're spending £500 (or whatever)" thing irritating and snobbish. You can get a good result with cheap equipment and upgrade when you can afford it.
Anyway, as far as this thread is concerned it sounds like the Delonghi KG79 Is both cheaper and better than the Bodum, even in the sale, so I don't see any reason to go for this, unless you care more about how it looks in your kitchen.
Ordered some other things I needed. Thank you!
I have seen this cheaper at Tk Maxx
benjus8 h, 8 m ago

Oh really? Got a link?


Not on yet, but I'll drop you a link when it is.

Will be selling Gaggia classic with PID mod, chrome mignon and loads of extras.
Just a small note. I ordered a few things a month or so ago & it does take a while ( & a few emails ) for delivery. The items I ordered were dispatch from Portugal and that is where their customer support is. Other than that items arrived well packed etc & were extremely cheap.
callum8413th May

You definitely notice. I started off with a Bodum, Sage and then Eureka …You definitely notice. I started off with a Bodum, Sage and then Eureka Mignon.The difference with Mignon is incredible.I seem to have developed an intolerance to caffeine though so the lots going on ebay.


Ah mate, I feel for you. I too developed a caffeine intolerance but just couldn't give up the brew. In the end I found if I mixed 50% caff and 50% decaff beans I got a brew that was a more or less 'acceptable' compromise.
saintagnes9 h, 48 m ago

Ah mate, I feel for you. I too developed a caffeine intolerance but just …Ah mate, I feel for you. I too developed a caffeine intolerance but just couldn't give up the brew. In the end I found if I mixed 50% caff and 50% decaff beans I got a brew that was a more or less 'acceptable' compromise.


I can have 1 weak coffee a day, 2 pushing it. Any more and I get stomach issues, palpitations and insomnia.

It's amazing how it can just happen out of no where.
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