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Breville Coffee & Spice Grinder BCG 200

Breville Coffee & Spice Grinder BCG 200

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Breville Coffee & Spice Grinder BCG 200

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Product Info

BCG 200
75 grams
$49 AU
Main Features
Stainless steel blades
Multi-purpose grinder for coffee & spices
Removable stainless steel bowl
12 Month Replacement Guarantee
Main Uses
Grinding coffee beans and spices/herbs

This appliance grinds up coffee beans and various spices such as peppercorns, coriander, and dried ginger or turmeric. It has an easy to clean detachable stainless steel bowl and flat stainless steel blades for grinding into powder. This machine operates by placing the see-through plastic cover over the bowl and simply pressing down to activate the grinding process - it's a very simple and logical design.  

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Overall rating 

Ground up a whole lot of turmeric without any problems

I put my Breville Coffee & Spice Grinder to the ultimate test by processing about 3kgs of dried turmeric. Although I did look after it by not running the grinder for too long at any one time (no more than about 30 seconds) nor did I attempt to get greedy and overload the bowl, I still used it continuously for about 30 minutes a session and it worked a treat.

In the end, I was very happy with the grinding results and the build quality seems to be very good. It's easy to clean and doesn't take up much bench or cupboard space - basically, it does the job well! 

The only quibble I have is the power cord being under the base of the grinder sometimes pops out from the recess in the base and has to be tucked away back into the recess otherwise it won't sit evenly on the bench top. I think the cord should simply come out from the side of the appliance rather than under and this would easily solve this minor issue. 

Overall, I'm impressed with this grinder and definitely recommend it!    

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Pros & Cons

Fair price for such a quality appliance
Easy and simple design for operation and cleaning
Grinds down to a fine powder
Good quality
Power cord gets in the way at times
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