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Electric Coffee Grinder for Coffee Beans - £11.04 (Prime) £15.53 (Non Prime) @ Sold by AIGOTECH and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Electric Coffee Grinder for Coffee Beans - £11.04 (Prime) £15.53 (Non Prime) @ Sold by AIGOTECH and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Aigostar Breath 30KYI - Electric Coffee Grinder for Coffee Beans, Spice, Nuts, Seeds, Herbs, Stainless Steel Blades, 150W, BPA Free, Black. Exclusively Design.
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Your link goes to a SD Card not the grinder
BUCKUM226/11/2019 02:52

Your link goes to a SD Card not the grinder


Oh blimey lol. Sorry... Will update it. Thanks for the heads up
Edited by: "Deal-boy-Trotter" 26th Nov 2019
wolfee26/11/2019 02:55

Was about to say the same.Here's the link …Was about to say the same.Here's the link https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aigostar-Breath-30KYI-Stainless-Exclusively/dp/B07BVLT74H/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?keywords=aigostar+breath+30kyi&qid=1574736736&smid=A36WZYTHW9099D&sprefix=aigostar+bre&sr=8-2


Thank you so much. Totally appriciate that
I've never come across anything "exclusive design" from China ...the land of generic rip offs of rip offs which aren't particularly cheap these days either
Mr_Gus26/11/2019 05:45

I've never come across anything "exclusive design" from China ...the land …I've never come across anything "exclusive design" from China ...the land of generic rip offs of rip offs which aren't particularly cheap these days either


39119807.jpgAnd yet you happily advertised a Chinese generic rip off car USB chargers
Edited by: "Deal-boy-Trotter" 26th Nov 2019
This is not a grinder, it has a blade.
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Thanks del boy
These are great replacements for pestle and mortar.
Deal-boy-trotter26/11/2019 02:56

Oh blimey lol. Sorry... Will update it. Thanks for the heads up


Lovely Jubbly
Edited by: "ceanth" 26th Nov 2019
These type of grinders burn the beans as they heat up due to constantly being sliced by the blades. It will do the job but won't be the best
As people have said, no to blades. Get yourself a burr grinder.
Deal-boy-trotter26/11/2019 05:49

[Image] And yet you happily advertised a Chinese generic rip off car USB …[Image] And yet you happily advertised a Chinese generic rip off car USB chargers


Yup, because it won't produce crud coffee, putting voltage through something is a tad easier to pull off.
You ever worked out in china & seen some of the cack that is marketed from an engineering stance? no, I have which is why I stand by what I say.
Mr_Gus26/11/2019 12:39

Yup, because it won't produce crud coffee, putting voltage through …Yup, because it won't produce crud coffee, putting voltage through something is a tad easier to pull off.You ever worked out in china & seen some of the cack that is marketed from an engineering stance? no, I have which is why I stand by what I say.


Don't need to go to China to see the cack stuff... just go to the pound shop
Whereas I was taking the same item in outward appearance & deconstructing them, ...such is the generic manufacturing over there.

PS poundshop shonk but widespread is part of (& has been for a long time the manufacturing domination plan of china).
Doninancy & reliance.
johnny00726/11/2019 09:16

As people have said, no to blades. Get yourself a burr grinder.


I think it depends how you like your coffee. These are much cheaper and I used a blade grinder for years, a Melitta, which was fine for french press coffee. 12 to 14 seconds. Never had a problem.
Now have a burr grinder and have noticed no difference in taste at all in the french press coffee.
However, these blade grinders don't grind coffee fine enough for espresso, which maybe what was meant by heating up in the earlier comment.

Edit: the Krups grinder looks identical to the one that lasted 20 years for me and is still going strong after a bit of contact cleaning. Worth the £8 extra over this one IMHO
Edited by: "robatt" 26th Nov 2019
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