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Coffee Grinder Ratings Summary

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Score Product Price Our Take
90
$200
Editors' Choice Award
If you're looking for the best cup of coffee possible, the OXO is the perfect second step (after buying good beans)
86
$149
Top Pick Award
With quiet operation, good coffee, and an intuitive interface, this model was almost our Editors' Choice Award winner
83
$100
Best Buy Award
The best taste return on investment of any model we tested
76
$249
Makes a great cup, but also costs a lot, tends to create a mess, and isn't particularly user friendly
76
$100
Best Buy Award
High quality taste at a mid range price makes this the best value per dollar
75
$230
A good performer that makes great coffee, but a high price tag and somewhat flummoxing controls make it less desirable
68
$145
Makes a great cup, but costs a lot and tends to create some messes during operation
68
$100
A good machine that is particularly good for french press, but doesn't feel as well built as other models
62
$50
Best Buy Award
Decent taste and user friendliness for less than $30
59
$40
A high quality manual model that uses a glass body, making it feel less portable and more fragile than we would like
56
$24
A go anywhere model that makes great grinds for a pour over, but is quite slow
50
$70
Poor taste make this a correspondingly poor choice fro most users
46
$20
Inexpensive, but doesn't produce great coffee and can be messy
46
$50
Average all around, with better product available for the same price
45
$50
While a burr this cheap is tempting, it fails to match the performance of similarly priced blade model
34
$50
Inexpensive burr model that is very messy and doesn't live up to its burr pedigree
29
$300
A very expensive machine that has essentially zero redeeming qualities