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Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)

  • Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)
  • Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)
  • Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)
  • Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)
  • Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)

Proctor Silex Fresh Grind 4oz Electric Coffee Grinder for Beans, Spices and More, Retractable Cord, Stainless Steel Blades, White (E160BYR)

£94.00 £57.00 Save: £37.00
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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • Easy to use: simple on/ off button operation
  • Make up to 12 cups of Coffee: you can grind up to 8 tablespoons of beans, enough for 12 cups of Coffee
  • Retractable cord: a retractable cord stores The cord neatly and out of sight when it is not in use
  • Stainless steel blades: Durable stainless steel blades grind Coffee beans and spices with ease
  • Limited one year warranty
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Replacing after a decade of useUPDATE: Had the new grinder a few months now and it works just as well as the old one did. I expect this unit to last 10+ years like the last one. I suggest NOT rewinding the cord into the unit, as that apparently leads to fraying of the cord. If you simply wrap the cord around the unit to store it, this unit should give you a solid 10 years of grinding coffee (and the occassional oatmeal, rice, etc.).In terms of size, I grind about 2-3 tbsp of frozen beans to make a 34 oz French press of coffee - if you would like to make an ordinary pot of coffee, this grinder might be a bit small, or it would likely be fairly full (I think the unit would be able to do it, but I honestly never have had a reason to do so). 5Works ok. Has some fine powder mist after a whileI use this to grind dried bitter melon/gourd. I cannot load too much and it takes a while to get to the powder consistency enough so I can put them in capsules. It would create a powder mist so I had to cover it with a damp paper towel while grinding to prevent from inhaling the powder mist. So, I would have to remove the paper towel to see if the bitter melon has been pulverized. Then, pulse again until you get the right consistency. I find it a long and tedious process. Cleaning the nooks and crannies is not very easy. I still have freeze dried celery, broccoli, and cauliflower to be pulverized. I am avoiding doing it. Maybe, I'll update my review how that goes with the grinder when I finally do that. 4An all around winner for grindingI've been using the E160BY grinder to grind flax seeds for several weeks now. This grinder does a great job and makes a nice, consistently ground seed powder (nuthin but powder, baby!).Here are some product features I have scored as hits and misses:PROSCord retracts into base. I LOVE this feature. I want the product designers to get a Nobel Prize for smart product design here. Who cares about poetry or some annoying arcane discovery in Physics? Physics is totally made up bs anyway. This affects my life in a positive way every day! Just grasp the base with one hand, the top with the other, and turn in the correct direction. Soon you have a base with just the plug sticking out.Effective grinder. Works very well to grind material into a fine powder. Consistent performance. I do typically give it a shake and regrind for a few seconds to get any seeds or material that did not get ground during the first pass.Reasonable size. It's not so tiny that you fear the motor is crappy and is going to die in 6 months. But it's small enough to fit into almost anyone's cupboard easily. About the same footprint as a coffee mug, with about an extra half-mug height without the dome cover (which for me is usually in the dish drying rack).Easy operation. Place the dome cover on the base and press the tab to actuate the grinder. I didn't even have to look at the instructions to figure that out. I love products that are just smart designs.Inexpensive. This is a very effective, well designed product and inexpensive too. Crap. What are they thinking?CONSBlade does not seem to be removable. I did not see an instruction for removing it, and pulling up with some force it does not seem to want to come out. If anyone posts a remark about how to remove the blade, I'll update the review. I'd like to get that thing out for a nice hot soapy wash once in a while.SUMMARYGreat grinder. Effective grinder. Consistent performance. Inexpensive. Reasonable size. Retractable power cord. One con: blade does not appear to be removable for thorough cleaning. Otherwise, this is a great product and I recommend it! 5Messy!This is a strong grinder and I was initially really excited about the way it was designed. The cord is retractable, which makes it easy to store. However, to retract the cord you have to twist the top, which means there's an open seam in the middle of the grinder that errant grounds make their way into. I got this for mixing pigments so I imagine the particles I have are far smaller than any person making coffee will be creating. But this keyed me into a serious design flaw, which is that dust and grinds get into the body of the grinder and stay there...when the cord is retracted and pulled out it drags out new grounds and sometimes gets coated and stuck. I do appreciate the lid, which sits on the outside edge of the grinder instead of jamming in alongside whatever you are grinding, but I don't think I can get past the impossibility of getting the grinder clean when the smaller bits are getting trapped in the body. If you are grinding pigments or super fine coffee I don't think this will work for you. Sadly, it isn't working for me. 3It'll do.Sigh. I guess you get what you pay for. The motors in these things have a way of dying and hobbling the grinder. Not exactly dying; the grinder still works, but it's not at all well. It whines, and the grind is uneven. I use a french press, so as long as the grind isn't too fine, I don't mind the uneven sized grounds. But my next grinder will be a different brand. This is my fourth Proctor Silex, and they've all done the same thing. This one wins the prize for earliest half-demise. 3Broken piece, but still usableThis is fine for the price. It's noisy but not super loud. It's great for a find grind for pour over or drip coffee. But for French press, it's hard to get a consistent coarse grind with a pulse grinder like this. You'll have some large bits of beans and/or some fine powder.It can be messy taking off the lid. There is a groove around the lid where grounds tend to gather and stick, and then spill out when you take the lid off. I recommend removing the lid over the sink or trash can, to let any loose grounds fall in. It is easy to clean. I rinse out the lid, and occasionally scrub the lid with soap and water. I wipe the base out with a paper towel over the trash.As for the broken bit, the lid has two parts: the clear plastic dome, and the white "button" piece which is removable. And there is a little plastic nib that keeps the button piece secure on the dome. That plastic nib broke off while cleaning it, so now the button can easily slip out. However, the button piece slots in downwards and stays there so we can still use it. So not a huge deal, but disappointing. 3Great grinder, long lasting, and compact. Defintiely recommend.I bought this one to add a second one to my repertoire. I have had one for about 8 years - I have used it to quick grind flax seeds, chia seeds, and coffee beans. :-) Works great on all of them - my other one is white and looks like it has been around for 8 years. After time, the plastic cover gets scratched from all the grains and such, but it is still running very smoothly. I am going to use the white one for herbs and seeds now and use the black one just for coffees. Sometimes you just don't want oregano flavored mornign brew. LOL This model is very counter friendly and compact - I love the way the cord rolls up inside. I have never had trouble with it tangling inside or getting stuck. Great for travel, too. Fits nicely inside of your bags. It IS noisy, but I have yet to hear a quiet grinder of any kind. Let's face it - it is grinding, and therefore, by default, noisy. It is not the motor so much that makes it loud, it is just the sound of everything whirling around as it is choipped to pieces. 5Nice little grinder but NOT good quality and very short life spanPOSTSCRIPT:I have changed this review to a single star.Blade snapped off on one side after several months occasional use. I replaced it. The second grinder stopped working after two weeks doing morning coffee and using exactly the directions 1/2 cup of beans. It quit and is dead - absolutely nothing.This WAS a splendid little grinder for a very low price. BUT NOT WORTH EVEN A LOW PRICE.IT IS JUNK!A really neat feature is that the cord winds up into the base completely which makes this grinder very compact which is nice for those of us who live in small places.BUYER BEWAREIt's a one or two serving grinder for coffee so coffee-making capacity is limited.The plastic dome has the on-off switch/dome guide glued in place and while it's not particularly fragile neither is it unbeakable. It requires a tiny amount of care in sliding the dome into the correct guide groove so if you're one of those folks who tends to manhandle stuff like this look elsewhere.It's great for preparing small animal foods, which is what I use mine for mostly, and also things like peppercorns and other herbs and spices with appropriate cleaning between those items of course.Hopefully it'll last for awhile but at this price it's almost disposableNOTE: After buying and using two of these things BUYER BEWARE, "Disposable" has it's limits. 1Absolutely Impressed!I bought this Proctor Silex Fresh Grind Coffee Grinder to grind up things like dehydrated spinach or oats. I got the grinder in yesterday. So naturally I whip out with my dehydrated spinach flakes. It held almost 1 cup of the flakes- not bad at all. I put the lid on and pressed the button. This thing was super QUIET! I was shocked. Now my initial thought was it is going to take forever to grind up my spinach into a powder. So I kept pulsing for a bit. Then I noticed there was a good amount of powder that collected at the top of the lid. I opened it, everything was a fine powder. Ok, next batch :) I pulsed it for less than 40 seconds and everything was a fine powder AGAIN! This was kicking my Magic Bullet's rear end.This product is seriously amazing. I can't say how it does for coffee beans, but for grinding things into a powder, it does amazing and is well worth the buy! 5great for the priceThis is a great coffee grinder for the price. I usually pre-grind my coffee in the store when I buy it because it doesn't last long in my house, but this time the machine at the store was broken. I had to find one to order and choose this one, and I am glad I did.It grinds very fine coffee for some of the people in my house and semi-coarse for me. I use a percolator and getting a good coarse grind is hard to do in any small grinder but this one doesn't do too bad. Every once in a while you will get some over ground beans and some whole beans in it but if you just shake the coffee the small grinds will fall out the the whole beans definitely can't hurt.If you are looking for a simple grinder that you aren't going to be using forever, I would definitely recommend this one.I have found that it can take up to 6 Tbsp of whole beans 4
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