Picking a good coffee grinder is very important. Unless you have a universal, all-in-one machine that does everything for you, you should find one that you like.
When it comes to Coffee grinders, your options include manually operated and electrical grinders. We’ll include both.There are two basic types of coffee grinders: burr and steel blade. Burr grinders tend to be more expensive, but make a better cup of coffee. Many companies make both types to suit all customers. Braun grinders get good ratings in both categories in coffee grinder reviews.
If you are not looking for a manual grinder, Kenwood CG600 is as good as you can get. It’s not overpriced, just like the Hario, it fits 100g of beans that it will grind in 30-45n seconds. In most shops you should be able to get it for as much as $19.
Krups is an established company giving its customers only the best of what they can offer. Their F203 coffee grinder model has stainless steel blades, is fast and reliable. You can get it for around $22-$25
Good for: drip coffee, aero press, chemex, pour over.
Compact Euro-Style Design
10-Cup Capacity Stainless Steel Blades
Safety On/Off Button
Retractable Cord See-Through Lid
Great for Coffee and Spices
A hand-operated coffee grinder fits 100g of coffee beans. You can take it wherever you want to have a perfect cup of coffee. You can get one of these grinders for around $28 in one of the online shops.