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De'Longhi KG79 Professional Burr Grinder machine £33.99 @ Amazon
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De'Longhi KG79 Professional Burr Grinder machine £33.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Nov 2019Edited by:"Alex_Fynn"

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The professional burr grinder from De'Longhi is a must-have tool for coffee lovers.

With the capacity to grind 120g of coffee beans, producing up to 12 coffee cups at your perfect grind setting, and all at the touch of the on/off button.

The transparent bean container, top lid and transparent, removeable powder container make this grinder incredibly easy to use.

The built-in cord storage helps you tidy away neatly, and ready for the next time you fancy the smell and taste of freshly ground coffee in your own home.


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Burr Grinding SystemThanks to two grinding wheels, the KG79 perfectly grinds coffee beans, avoiding overheating and preserving the coffee aroma. Upper grinding wheel is removable for easy cleaning.

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Fineness SelectorChoose the desired ground coffee setting from fine to medium to coarse.

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Cup SelectorThe cup selector for between 2 – 12 cups, automatically shuts off the grinder after grinding the required amount of beans.

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Dual Safe SystemThe product is equipped with an automatic safety device that shuts off the grinding wheels if either the ground coffee or the bean container is removed.
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I have only ever used Tinder.
musssy30/11/2019 23:35

I’ve had this for a few years. Very good. But for us, it doesn’t grind the …I’ve had this for a few years. Very good. But for us, it doesn’t grind the coffee as fine as we like. But I supposed for most, it would be perfect


You can unscrew the casing and rotate the inner mechanism slightly and it makes it a lot finer, there's a guide on YouTube
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Had this for prob 3 years now. Well worth the money. If you've been using a hand grinder, and move to this, you'll be thinking, why didnt i do it sooner.
12%, or 1 in 8, one star reviews put me off every time this grinder comes up.
When I don't know what a burr grinder is I guess I walk on by
c2ushe230/11/2019 21:32

12%, or 1 in 8, one star reviews put me off every time this grinder comes …12%, or 1 in 8, one star reviews put me off every time this grinder comes up.


Try it, if you dont like it, send it back. Has been perfect for me. Comes with 2 year guarantee i think, so if its no good or fails, youre fine, especially from Amazon.
Can also verify. Good reliable grinder.
Fine for me too.
I’ve had this for a few years. Very good. But for us, it doesn’t grind the coffee as fine as we like. But I supposed for most, it would be perfect
Apparently you can grind finer with a hack
musssy30/11/2019 23:35

I’ve had this for a few years. Very good. But for us, it doesn’t grind the …I’ve had this for a few years. Very good. But for us, it doesn’t grind the coffee as fine as we like. But I supposed for most, it would be perfect


You can unscrew the casing and rotate the inner mechanism slightly and it makes it a lot finer, there's a guide on YouTube
I have only ever used Tinder.
MC Grinnnnndahhhhh
It's a cheap burr grinder and it shows. If you currently use a blade grinder, or pre ground coffee, this is an improvement. If you really want excellent coffee, you're not going to find anything worthwhile under £200.
As has been said, unless you do the fix on it then the coffee won’t grind fine enough for an espresso machine, which results in weak coffee. Will be good enough for other uses
The fix is irrelevant. The biggest problem with this grinder is that it is very inconsistent. You'll get coarser and finer grinds at the same time. That's not to say it's a bad grinder, it has its good points too.
Edited by: "Pokey" 1st Dec 2019
This is ok for pressurised filter baskets but not unpressurised ones in proper espresso machines as it doesn't grind finely enough for those
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