I’m glad you found my post and want to know what the best coffee grinder is.
But before we grind some beans together I have to be brutally honest by telling you, that in this guide I will only recommend grinders below $200!
I refuse to tell you that you have to spend more than $200 to get an average grinder because for a decent cup of Joe at home they are simply not needed.
With this saying, I cannot deny that there are much better coffee grinders out there on the market and worth their money, but they are just too expensive for most of the average home coffee brewer.
I also have done a lot of research and almost everywhere I read statements like ‘never use a blade grinder at all’ or ‘grinders below $200 are junk’.
While those reviewers surely have reasons for their judgments, I think it’s just not fair to tell people to spend so much on a grinder without knowing their personal situation.
Maybe you have had Folgers Ground Coffee in work for years and just want to improve the quality of your coffee but can’t spend a fortune.
Or you simply don’t think you need a 200 Dollar grinder for the one cup of coffee a week you drink.
And when you ask the experts about their recommendations you usually get the answer, that there is no good grinder in this price range.
Well, thanks for your time.
Since you are still here it looks like I somehow guessed your personal situation correctly and I appreciate your trust in my coffee grinder recommendations.
For you who are planning to move on to the next website please give me one last chance and look below at my ultimate Coffee Grinder Guide before you hit this ugly back button. Maybe you find the grinder that perfectly suits your needs.
Well then let’s grind some beans together and hopefully find the best coffee grinder for you!
By the way: in between writing this post I read an article about grinders and I read the following about a specific grinder: ‘…the $299 entry-level grinders…’.
Geez, my laptop that I’m writing this post with, was less expensive.