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Old 12-26-2019, 05:34 PM
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I've my old coffee grinder broken 2 days ago. I was using it only for 4 months, so I'm boiling over. It was bought abroad, so there is no opportunity to return it back and of course, there was no warranty at all. Do you know any good options?
I have never heard of something like a coffee grinder that didn't have any warranty. Even if it didn't, why don't you contact the manufacturer and ask them to replace it? Go to their website, call them, or send them a letter.
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Old 12-27-2019, 08:48 AM
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Hi,
I've my old coffee grinder broken 2 days ago. I was using it only for 4 months, so I'm boiling over. It was bought abroad, so there is no opportunity to return it back and of course, there was no warranty at all. Do you know any good options?
GwenR, I would be glad to take a look at your grinder to see if it can be repaired, send me a PM so we can talk. VT
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Old 12-27-2019, 10:05 AM
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We have a Breville burr grinder bought at bed bath and beyond lasted many years and its great
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I've my old coffee grinder broken 2 days ago. I was using it only for 4 months, so I'm boiling over. It was bought abroad, so there is no opportunity to return it back and of course, there was no warranty at all. Do you know any good options?
Yes - I have Swiss maker go to coffee boss.com or enter your model make and number they all have us based locations
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Already done Anyway, I'm looking for a new one. Now I'm choosing out of these options. I don't want to buy an expensive grinder, so the cheaper the better or there are some ropes?



Well, I'll make a try. Thank you for the hint
Get almost any relatively inexpensive electric grinder. You can learn to grind the coffee precisely the way you prefer (e.g., drip, French press). More importantly, once you know how you like it ground, you can repeat that every time. We have two Brauns (one here and one back in NJ). We've had both for years. They are well worth it and the freshly ground coffee is always a treat.
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27 years ago in Ohio I paid what I thought was the astronomical price of $149.00 for a kitchen Aid burr coffee grinder. Still grinding precisely twice a day. Never a problem. We have not even broken the glass jar that catches the grounds. So about .55 cents a year and shrinking every year.
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1) throw broken grinder in trash
2)go on amazon - buy new coffee grinder
3)open front door-pick up package with new grinder
4)make coffee
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5)go to starbucks,dunkin doughnuts, or 7-11 and buy fresh coffee
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Old 01-15-2020, 11:15 AM
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27 years ago in Ohio I paid what I thought was the astronomical price of $149.00 for a kitchen Aid burr coffee grinder. Still grinding precisely twice a day. Never a problem. We have not even broken the glass jar that catches the grounds. So about .55 cents a year and shrinking every year.
$0.55 X 27 = $14.85
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1) throw broken grinder in trash
2)go on amazon - buy new coffee grinder
3)open front door-pick up package with new grinder
4)make coffee
or
5)go to starbucks,dunkin doughnuts, or 7-11 and buy fresh coffee
If you have not tried it..... WaWa has GREAT coffee. If starbucks was the only game in town...... I'd drink tea!
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Hi,
I've my old coffee grinder broken 2 days ago. I was using it only for 4 months, so I'm boiling over. It was bought abroad, so there is no opportunity to return it back and of course, there was no warranty at all. Do you know any good options?
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