Krups Coffee Grinder - Nothing beats a freshly ground, freshly brewed cuppa joe to start the day, and with this grinder, you can have up to 20 cups' worth of beans at a time. The classic white color and contemporary oval design fit in well with any kitchen decor, while the small size (just 6 inches high) doesn't take up too much premium counter space. Stainless-steel blades guarantee a long life and an even grind, whether you use this grinder for coffee, spices, nuts, or even whole grains.
Capresso Burr Coffee Grinder - The aroma of freshly ground coffee is tough to beat--and so is this Capresso burr grinder. While the machine feels somewhat lightweight and not overly durable, it does a fine job of uniformly grinding the beans at hand. The grind selector allows you to choose the size suitable for your coffee machine, while the electronic timer lets you grind beans for the appropriate number of cups. Once in a while, when the bean container is full, the beans tend to get caught in the grinder--but a quick shake of the contraption should dislodge any rogue beans and start the grinding action again. The burr grind wheel is removable for easy cleaning. This machine is easy to operate, but the lack of an instruction manual may prove an obstacle for the mechanically challenged.
Michael Graves Coffee Grinder - Tired of the same old grind? From Black & Decker, this Michael Graves Design coffee grinder is the perfect blend of fun and functionality. Stainless steel blades do a great job grinding, while an egg-shaped transparent blue plastic top and cream-colored knob put a different spin on kitchen style. Internal cord storage makes grinder easy to store or attractive to display. Comes with cleaning brush.