DeLonghi KG79 Burr Coffee Grinder £22.56 @ Tesco
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DeLonghi KG79 Burr Coffee Grinder £22.56 @ Tesco

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LocalFound 7th Sep 2015
Great burr coffee grinder that been on offer in a few places, but now an extra 15% off at Tesco too.

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If an admin can add the link please
Original Poster
Brilliant price, even better with the easy modification to get a finer grind for espresso
Excellent, thank you
Aarghh! I ordered this yesterday at £26.55, which seemed a good price. Wish I'd waited. Collected it today. Too much hassle to return and repurchase.

Looks like Amazon has price matched: amazon.co.uk/DeL…BQC

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Edited by: "fleabittenvarmint" 7th Sep 2015
fleabittenvarmint

Aarghh! I ordered this yesterday at £26.55, which seemed a good price. … Aarghh! I ordered this yesterday at £26.55, which seemed a good price. Wish I'd waited. Collected it today. Too much hassle to return and repurchase. :|Looks like Amazon has price matched: http://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-KG79-Professional-Burr-Grinder/dp/B002OHDBQC[img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B002OHDBQC/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



Flubit!!! Woohoo!!
Tesco clubcard boost as well so got this for £11 of vouchers.
fleabittenvarmint

Aarghh! I ordered this yesterday at £26.55, which seemed a good price. … Aarghh! I ordered this yesterday at £26.55, which seemed a good price. Wish I'd waited. Collected it today. Too much hassle to return and repurchase. :|Looks like Amazon has price matched: http://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-KG79-Professional-Burr-Grinder/dp/B002OHDBQC[img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B002OHDBQC/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]


Talk to them and see what they say!
great price, bought one from Tesco a couple of months ago for £29, really pleased with it.
Burrrrrrrrrr

Edit: had an extra r
Edited by: "mayzi" 8th Sep 2015
No "Burrrrr, Freezing cold." Joke? I am disappointed, HUKDers.
Great grinder, bought it in John Lewis a couple years back.
Out of the box, it's too coarse for espresso, but you can heck the device to make it do the job: link here
secretspartan1

Flubit!!! Woohoo!!



Barclaycard + Bespoke offers + Topcashback = Double WooHoo !!!!
Edited by: "kiwikeen" 8th Sep 2015
My krups' button just gave up the ghost so excellent timing for this. Definitely should do the job until I can afford a better one.
nice but not ceramic
Just use a spice grinder.
Am I the only one who thought it was a flash drive from the picture?
grinnaslee

Just use a spice grinder.



Or just chuck some beans in a plastic bag and drive the car over them a few times
Original Poster
Spice grinder does not give even grind required for good espresso...
Don't forget the great price for 1Kg of Lavazza beans at Costco !

hotukdeals.com/dea…679
I prefer the manual grinders. You can take them apart and wash them properly.
Heat for deal but a ceramic manual burr grinder cannot be beaten. No hacking of the device required which could void your warranty, doesn't take up more worktop space than a large mug and requires no electricity.
Edited by: "Hazzsta" 9th Sep 2015
Hazzsta

Heat for deal but a ceramic manual burr grinder cannot be beaten. No … Heat for deal but a ceramic manual burr grinder cannot be beaten. No hacking of the device required which could void your warranty, doesn't take up more worktop space than a large mug and requires no electricity.



Have you got any suggestions for such a device? I have the KG79 but am interested in this manual witchcraft you speak of...
Bah, out of stock at Tesco and back to £29.50 at Amazon.
fleabittenvarmint

Have you got any suggestions for such a device? I have the KG79 but am … Have you got any suggestions for such a device? I have the KG79 but am interested in this manual witchcraft you speak of...



I have Hario Grinder

And also this. More consistant grind from the Hario but this wins for ease of use
Edited by: "gazjlfc" 9th Sep 2015
gazjlfc

I have Hario GrinderAnd also this. More consistant grind from the Hario … I have Hario GrinderAnd also this. More consistant grind from the Hario but this wins for ease of use


Hario is a great little grinder.

Have a euro mignon for espresso and use the Hario for everything else. Definitely most consistent grind at that price.
Original Poster
I also have the Hario and it's neat, but boy does it take a while to grind enough for a double shot in the morning! I even tried using an electric screwdriver to power it - that's when I realised an electric grinder made sense!
fleabittenvarmint

Have you got any suggestions for such a device? I have the KG79 but am … Have you got any suggestions for such a device? I have the KG79 but am interested in this manual witchcraft you speak of...



​i have a medium Hario coffee grinder (via Amazon). It,s fantastic,easy to clean and the grind is fully adjustable with a simple hand screw mechanism. I cant recommend it enough.
bobafett

I also have the Hario and it's neat, but boy does it take a while to … I also have the Hario and it's neat, but boy does it take a while to grind enough for a double shot in the morning! I even tried using an electric screwdriver to power it - that's when I realised an electric grinder made sense!



Grind some on the weekend and keep it in the fridge. It will keep for up to a week and a half. Room temperature will ruin it though. I love my Hario grinder. There is something more satisfying about grinding my beans manually.
Original Poster
A purist doesn't keep ground beans - they loose all their natural oils and flavour
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