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De’Longhi KG79 Coffee Grinder £33 at John Lewis & Partners Free click and collect

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Posted 4th Mar

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The De’Longhi KG79 Coffee Grinder is features a Burr grinding system to perfectly grind coffee beans, without overheating, and thereby preserving the coffee aroma, to help you to obtain a great, flavoursome coffee.

A cup selector will allow you to grind beans for between 2 and 12 cups of coffee automatically, stopping after the required amount of beans have been ground. The fineness selector can grind beans from fine to medium to coarsely ground coffee.

A transparent bean container gives you a view of how grinding is going, and is being fully removable for easy access. A dual safe system will turn off the grinding wheels if either the ground coffee or bean container is removed.
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Nice and 2 year guarantee included too
Not voting, but I don't think I've seen it at a different price.
Smithington04/03/2020 12:53

Not voting, but I don't think I've seen it at a different price.


Average price £39.99 according to camels
Wow, what a beauty. Fantastic.
Very good grinder for the price. Can be modified slightly to grind fine enough for pulling espresso shots.
OOoh i'd like one of these
I have this one - grind can be a bit hit and miss, and watch out for stale coffee grounds in the chute - but it's the best option at a reasonable price that I could find.

As above, great for filter/French press - wouldn't really recommend it for espresso.
bma144504/03/2020 13:35

I have this one - grind can be a bit hit and miss, and watch out for stale …I have this one - grind can be a bit hit and miss, and watch out for stale coffee grounds in the chute - but it's the best option at a reasonable price that I could find.As above, great for filter/French press - wouldn't really recommend it for espresso.


Unless you do this:

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bma144504/03/2020 13:35

I have this one - grind can be a bit hit and miss, and watch out for stale …I have this one - grind can be a bit hit and miss, and watch out for stale coffee grounds in the chute - but it's the best option at a reasonable price that I could find.As above, great for filter/French press - wouldn't really recommend it for espresso.


The first one of these i bought a few years had an automatic stop for grinding when the beans had gone down. This new one keeps on grinding and makes so much noise I thought it was going to take off, and had to press the button to turn it off.

Do you know if this is a fault or an 'enhancement'?
flipper11804/03/2020 14:53

The first one of these i bought a few years had an automatic stop for …The first one of these i bought a few years had an automatic stop for grinding when the beans had gone down. This new one keeps on grinding and makes so much noise I thought it was going to take off, and had to press the button to turn it off.Do you know if this is a fault or an 'enhancement'?



Mine doesn't stop
Brilliant grinder, had one for a few years, like others have mentioned follow the YouTube tutorial to mod it for a finer grind!
Had mine ages. Doesnt need modifying imo. Mine stops when beans finished. Bought for a lot cheaper from Tesco, but still worth it at this price.
Been this price on amazon for ages, brought mine about 6 months or so ago, excellent grinder though
Cannot grind for espresso, whether modified or not. Might get fine enough, that's not the issue. Problem is the lack of consistency. Still great for the price, despite a few drawbacks.
Edited by: "Pokey" 5th Mar
Pokey05/03/2020 14:24

Cannot grind for espresso, whether modified or not. Might get fine enough, …Cannot grind for espresso, whether modified or not. Might get fine enough, that's not the issue. Problem is the lack of consistency. Still great for the price, despite a few drawbacks.


Worked well enough when I had one and a Gaggia Classic, but I got bored and went for bean to cup. Certainly good enough for cafetière which is what most people might want this for. Coffee enthusiasts who like to grind, tamp and pull 30s shots will no doubt look elsewhere for their grinder.
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