There is no better way to make fresh coffee than to grind it yourself.
There are many options on the market to choose from.
In this post, we will review seven of the best blade coffee grinder choices and talk about their value, their special features, and their pros and cons.
The Best Blade Coffee Grinder Reviews of 2019
1. Mueller HyperGrind Precision Electric
The HyperGrind from Mueller is similar to the KRUPS F203 in many respects with a few key differences.
First of all, the motor is 120W instead of 200W. That means it is less powerful. When it comes to grinding coffee beans, you do not need that much power- the HyperGrind still only takes a few seconds to finish a full load of beans.
But the lower voltage means it takes less energy, saving you a little money on electricity. It is also quieter. In terms of design, the Mueller is white and more square than the oval-shaped F203, and stands slightly shorter on the counter.
2. Secura Electric Blades (Our Top Recommended)
The Secura grinder has somewhat of a different look compared to all of the grinders so far.
It is split into an upper and a lower half. Each one is actually a separate bowl that you can remove.
This sets the Secura apart because so far the grinders have had at most one bowl.
The capacity and grinding power are just about the same as the other models, although you will need to get used to the different form factor.
Loading and unloading the machine are a little different, but the bowls snap into place easily. They do not leak or shake apart when they are in their complete form.
3. KitchenAid BCG211OB Blade
The BCG211OB follows a familiar design. It is rounded and silver. The capacity of the grinding bowl is about 4 ounces of beans.
That is enough to make 12 cups of coffee or slightly more, depending on how strong you prefer your coffee to be. Its most unique feature is a removable bowl that you can lift out of the machine.
This allows for easy transportation of the grounds to your coffee maker of choice.
On top of that, you can also use this bowl to hold ground-up spices, nuts, and anything else that you care to grind.
Interior measuring marks make it easy to judge how much you should add to the grinder and how many cups it will yield.
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4. Aicok Electric Blade Grinder
The Aicok represents a jump back up to the 200W size of the motor.
The more powerful size is not relevant for coffee beans, but does make the grinder better for things like herbs and spices.
They tend to be softer and harder to slice than beans.
The grinder takes about 8 seconds at the most coarse setting and 20 seconds for the finest level, which corresponds to espresso powder.
The entire machine is lightweight and portable at 3 ounces. It comes with a 2-year warranty.
5. CHULUX Electric Blades
The Chulux actually follows in the design of the Secura. It is also split into an upper and a lower half and has two removable cups.
However, the two cups are both located in the top half, the one with a transparent covering. The base stays put.
The cups have useful markings to inform you about how many ounces of material you have added to their capacity.
It also has a rubber base for extra stability when you are grinding. The motor ensures that you should never need to grind for longer than thirty seconds at a time.
6. Cuisinart SG-10 Electric
Cuisinart makes an appearance as the last entry on this list. The SG-10 marks a return to the standard vertical design of coffee and spice grinder.
The lid and bowl are both dishwashers safe and can both be used separately if you desire to do so.
It has rubber feet like the Chulux to give it stability and prevent it from damaging the counter or vibrating itself off the edge.
At nine inches tall, it is slightly larger than some of the other grinders on this list, and its capacity is about the same.
It is very good at grinding foods that are not coffee, such as seeds, nuts, and herbs, so if you plan to use that feature, then the SG-10 is a good fit. It is also easier to clean than many of the other models available.
7. KRUPS Electric Coffee Grinder
The F230 from KRUPS is one of the popular blade grinders on the market.
It has a very large capacity for its size, capable of grinding enough beans to brew 12 cups of coffee.
Yield can vary based on how fine you want the grind and how many beans you use.
You can also grind other items like spices, herbs, and anything else- treat it similar to a dry food processor.
The blades remain off until the lid has been closed and fastened shut for safety.
The F203 can grind up to 3 ounces of material at a time, which takes a few seconds depending on the granularity level that you select.
You have several good selections that are right both for your wallet and for their performance.
The best blade coffee grinder for you depends on your coffee preferences and goals, but these seven should provide at least one that matches what you want.
My name is Kathy Gallo, Editor of Ag Ferrari, a Coffee buff. The guide you find here is designed exactly for you, and it is our hope that you find it not only interesting but also actionable.