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Coffee Grinder (Electric) £9.99 - 3 Year Warranty - LIDL (Silvercrest)
Coffee Grinder (Electric) £9.99 - 3 Year Warranty - LIDL (Silvercrest)

Coffee Grinder (Electric) £9.99 - 3 Year Warranty - LIDL (Silvercrest)

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Lidl Electric coffee grinder £9.99 - Makes enough for 6/7 cups of brewed coffee from one grinding (50g) - 150W
Also useful for grinding your nuts, beans and spices
With stainless steel grinder and transparent lid for monitoring coarseness
3 Year Warranty

Available from Thursday June 15th

19 Comments

"Makes 6/7 cups of brewed coffee - 150W"
Is it a coffee maker or just a grinder ?

Heat because it can Grind your nuts too (_;)

foxymeister

"Makes 6/7 cups of brewed coffee - 150W"Is it a coffee maker or just a … "Makes 6/7 cups of brewed coffee - 150W"Is it a coffee maker or just a grinder ?


just a grinder

is there an app for this?

3 year warranty can't go wrong and it's ideal for people who grind spices and stuff asian cooking

isn't this really just a chopper, 'stainless steel blade', as it doesn't actually grind anything?

yep, not a burr grinder

Is it a grinder or a chopper? As it mentions a blade. This will make all the difference for the coffee aficionados.

It's a grinder! People being fussy! I bought it last time and have been using it every week. I also have an aeropress

Do you need one if you have a blender with small cup

Always wanted one of these, years ago. Now heres one reasonably priced and I'm "What the hell do i need it for ?"

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Do you need one if you have a blender with small cup



Not really, no. Some may say the blender is overpowered for the job and thus you're more likely to grind too finely / not have much control, but for most including myself a blender does just fine.

Seems woderfull for spices

Add me to the burr grinder camp. I prefer my coffee done that way because the books say so.

jimmybo

Also useful for grinding your nuts



I'm out! hahaha

For coffee, as others have said, buy a burr grinder... not a blade

why do I suppose to grind my nuts?? Any advantages??

You'd be better crushing your nuts .

miaomiaobaubau

why do I suppose to grind my nuts?? Any advantages??



Its called marriage

Right I'll be honest, I don't drink coffee apart from decaf instant (I KNOW!) but I make a lot of curry. I'm into the idea of:
a) making my own spice mixes
b) making loose-ground mixes suitable for hand-milling later on (a la sainsburys.co.uk/web…35g
c) grinding down cashews/almonds etc for smooth curry sauces as the mrs is a bit p'd off with the red hot tomato based ones!

Is this going to do the job (well, all three) on the cheap and last fairly well or am I grinding up the wrong tree?
Edited by: "NikLP" 13th Jun
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