Burr Coffee Grinder KG89

Coffee Grinders
$99.99

The KG89 Coffee Grinder produces a uniform ground texture for the most consistent results with the burr grinding wheel. You can choose the perfect grind setting from course, to medium, to fine. This grinder can grind 4-12 cups of coffee with the quantity control knob. 

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DUAL SAFE SYSTEM
DUAL SAFE SYSTEM

Automatically shuts the unit off if the lid or ground coffee container is not in place.

QUANTITY CONTROL KNOB
QUANTITY CONTROL KNOB

Grind as few as 4 cups or as many as 12 at a time. 

GRIND SELECTOR
GRIND SELECTOR

Choose the perfect grind setting from course to fine.

BURR GRINDING WHEEL
BURR GRINDING WHEEL

Produces a uniform ground texture for the most consistent results.

  • Rated voltage/Frequency (V~Hz): 110~60
  • Input power (W): 170
  • Beans container capacity (g): 120
  • Cup selector:
  • Dual safe system:
  • Grind setting selector:
  • Max number of cups: 12
  • On/off switch:
  • Professional burr:
  • Removable coffee powder container:
  • Rubber feet:
  • Self-contained cord storage:
  • Stainless steel finishing:
  • Top lid:
  • Transparent & removable bean container:

What is the difference between the De'Longhi coffee grinders?

 There are two basic types of coffee grinders available: a blade grinder and a burr grinder.

  • Blade grinders use blades to chop and grind the coffee beans. The longer you hold the button down, the finer the grind will be. They are less expensive than burr grinders, although it can affect the taste if it is subsequently used for coffee without proper cleaning. 
  • Burr grinders use grinding wheels to crush coffee beans, which are adjustable for grinding from coarse to very fine grinds. The fully adjustable grind control will depend on the machine you are using to make coffee or the type of coffee you enjoy - coarse grinds are needed for filter coffee makers, and very fine grinds are needed for espresso. The coffee only passes through the grind cones once, preserving the flavor of the coffee. Burr grinders are generally seen as a more professional approach than blade grinders, although they are more expensive. If you enjoy espresso coffee, paying a little extra for one of these is well worth it. Burr grinders are not suitable for spices. 

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