Capresso Cool Grind Pro

Cool Grind Pro

C01-50605

Regular price$44.99
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Grinding fresh whole bean coffee immediately before brewing is the first step to achieving the best tasting coffee at home. Ground coffee interacts with the air around it and, within hours, loses a great deal of flavour and aroma. The longer the ground coffee is exposed to air the more flavour is lost and the rich, full-bodied taste of the coffee cannot be obtained. The Cool Grind PRO Blade Coffee Grinder is also ideal for processing herbs and spices making it a versatile addition to any kitchen.

The stainless-steel blades will rotate at a very high speed (20,000 to 30,000 rpm) and quickly grind the coffee beans into fine particles. The longer the blades grind the coffee, the finer the coffee will become and can eventually lead to “coffee dust.” It is recommended to pulse the blade grinder in short burst of 2-3 seconds so that the coffee does not get overheated while the blade is revolving. For a coarse grind, pulse for 8-10 seconds. For a medium grind, pulse for 10-15 seconds. It is not recommended to use a blade grinder for fine grinding as the consistency of the grind is not as uniform as burr grinders can achieve.

Features
  • Stainless-steel blades and grinding chamber lower heat build up to preserve more flavour and aroma
  • Stainless-steel container and blades are easy to clean
  • Large capacity for more than 15 cups of coffee
  • Low-noise operation
  • Pulse action lets you control fineness of grind
  • Fastest safety stop (Less than 1.5 seconds)
  • Convenient wraparound cord storage
  • Clear see-through safety lid
  • Grinds coffee and spices
  • Stainless-steel housing
Specifications 

Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 20 cm 

Weight: 0.9 Kg

Materials: Stainless steel, plastic 

 

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