1st in Coffee is please to offer the best burr coffee grinder under $100: the Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Coffee Grinder. This grinder features conical steel burrs that are produced as matched pairs in Switzerland for precise fit. The gear reduction mo
Product Title: Jura-Capresso Infinity 560 Grinder
Power Score: 4.2 | 8 Reviews
Number of Grinding Settings: 16
Depth: 7.7 in
Digital Display: No
Built-in Grinder: Yes
Weight: 6.1 lbs
Food Processor Type: Grinder
Height: 10.8 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
coffee maker type: coffee makers, grinders
Width: 5.4 in
Product Type: Coffee Grinder
Programmable Timer: No
Product Reviews (8)
A Definite Improvement
Strengths: quiet, compact design
Weakness: a little messy
I had a blade grinder before, and this is a big improvement. I like the compact design, and it is much quieter than my previous blade grinder. My only complaint is that grounds tend to fly out of the cup as it is pulled out of the machine. So I must wipe off the counter every time I use the grinder. But overall, it is a very good machine.
By dre6969 - May 24, 2007
Infinity 560 Grinder
Strengths: Consistant grinder with excellent grinding mechanism.
Weakness: Overall plastic construction with loose container.
Upgraded from cheap burr grinder after researcing extensively before purchasing. The reviews were extremely accurate and I would recommend this grinder to any one wanting to upgrade from blade or cheaper burr grinders. The $200+ grinders may be better but can not be twice as good as this great grinder.
By wmlsim - Feb 27, 2007
stay away from plastic
Strengths: It does produce fine turkish coffee
Weakness: it only lasted 12 days, you have to clean it constantly, and when replacing the top, it cracked. Very hard to get the thing to work again after cleaning. What a rip off company.
This company is out to rip off people, what a sham of a product. It's a plastic product, which put together the right way, might have done the job. But this thing is just made to crack open. It will grind Ok for the duration of it's short lifetime.
By frangiet - Nov 8, 2006
Strengths: Relatively quiet. Very uniform grind. Can grind for all brewing methods.
Weakness: No power switch. Cleaning burrs and grinding chamber a bit of a chore.
Works better than I had hoped! The taste of the coffee that comes out of this machine is clearly superior to the blade grinder I was using. Also, the uniformity of the grind has produced excellent results with my press as well as my espresso maker. Even though it's a minor chore properly cleaning it, and it would have been nice if there was a dedicated power switch - having to turn the bean...
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Works better than I had hoped! The taste of the coffee that comes out of this machine is clearly superior to the blade grinder I was using. Also, the uniformity of the grind has produced excellent results with my press as well as my espresso maker.
Even though it's a minor chore properly cleaning it, and it would have been nice if there was a dedicated power switch - having to turn the bean container to turn it off strikes me as a little bit of a kludge - for the price, it's absolutely worth it!
By bobsobi - Nov 6, 2006
Infinity 560 Coffee Grinder
Strengths: Awsome grinder for the price.
Weakness: On/off button.
This grinder is very quiet compared to other grinders. Its very easy to clean and the grind is very consistent. It also has very low static.
Without a doubt, this is the best grinder I've ever used and would recommend this to anyone.
By tulecreek - Jul 27, 2006