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Great budget machine
Blade grinders are the cheap alternative to the more purist conical burr style machines, but at this price, and the fact that it works so well, I can't fault it.
It's early days, but I like the fact it is such a simple machine. Less to go wrong, easy to clean, and if it lasts only a year or 2, I'll buy another. I could buy one every year and still be ahead!
The simple courseness adjustment sets the timer, and seems to give a fairly consistent even grind each time.
I'll update if anything goes wrong, but so far no issues.
Kmart Does it again, amazing pricing and product.
What can I say Kmart does it once again, amazing pricing and an amazing product in one; their own brand Anko Coffee Grinder, for the measly sum of $30.00.
Three speed, coarse, medium and fine; just a press of a button and it turns off automatically when done, It also has a cable tidy in the bottom, pull out and wind the cable out of sight, just the plug on show; perfect every time. It also has a cleaning brush built into the body of the Coffee Grinder
It’s far better than a well known brand name coffee grinder twice the price, which I now use for grinding spices.
Purchased in November 2021 for $30.00.
Great machine for all the great things in life ;)
The anko coffee grinder we purchased from Kmart is great!
Works well, has different settings for fineness, etc.
A little bit noisy but that's about as much as I can complain :)
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Perfect coffee grinder for home use
Bought some coffee beans and was for the lookout for a cheap, but yet functional coffee grinder. This one is super quiet, has multiple grind settings and the chamber with the coffee can be removed for mess-free pouring and cleaning. Great product and exactly what I was looking for.
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