Krups Coffee Grinder GVX2 Reviews
Product Type: Krups electrical appliances
Description:Burr milling system avoids overheating, preserves aroma and has a grind fineness selector. Fineness selector has 17 ... more
Newest Review: ... options. As well as looking very stylish and modern on your worktop, this Krups grinder is very easy to set up and use. ... more
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Krups GVX2 Expert coffee grinder
An expert grinder from Krups, with a safety lid, removable coffee ...
Last Update 10.03.2014 07:20
Customer Krups Coffee Grinder GVX2 Reviews (5)
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Ever since living in Spain, I've developed a taste for freshly ground coffee, as it just tastes so much better than the instant stuff. With this in mind, I put the Krups coffee grinder on my Christmas list, and was very pleased when I actually received it. The first big plus point about any coffee grinder over a coffee maker is that you can choose any brand and any flavour of coffee you choose, whereas if you buy a coffee maker you're stuck with only one brand of the little tablets the coffee is contained in. Since this is my first grinder, I won't necessarily be able to compare it to others, but I can tell you what I like about it. The first thing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/06 (Very useful, 1538 readings)
Krups Expert Coffee Grinder, GVX2 Having recently bought a Gaggia Espresso machine I needed to get a grinder to prepare the beans to make the perfect coffee. I'd bought the espresso machine at Bluewater shopping centre and I knew that I'd want to get cracking as soon as I got home so there was no time to look around online to get the best deal. After realising that the only suitable Gaggia model would cost £150 I thought I'd nip into John Lewis to see what they had on offer. The choice there was pretty good with models starting at about £20 running up to the Gaggia model. After being given a crash course in the matter of grinding beans by the very helpful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/11 (Useful, 53 readings)
It was through reading reviews that I myself eventually chose this coffee grinder, after months of agonising over the best option. I have to say that my expectations have been fulfilled, and this grinder really is by far the best available of the low-cost (under 80 pounds) options. As well as looking very stylish and modern on your worktop, this Krups grinder is very easy to set up and use. There is a wide range of fineness options, so you can grind your beans to everything from the dust-like coffee used for Greek coffee and the finest espresso, right up to the sort of large chunks which must be used for Starbucks 'coffee' (!). I have been experimenting with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/11 (Useful, 68 readings)
I do like fresh coffee! I have a Krups machine and I used to buy ready ground coffee. However I mistakingly bought coffe beans one day and whilst annoyed, i thought it would be good to grind my own. Afterall the coffee stays fresher in bean form. I decided on this model as it is relitively feature packed. firstly it has a graded grinder. This means that you can chooes the level of grind depending on whether you are planning to make espresso, filter etc. The finer the grind the stronger the taste. This setting is adjusted using a stailess steel knob on the left hand side of the machine. The second setting button is for quantity. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/10 (Somewhat useful, 81 readings)
I bought my coffee grinder a couple of years ago but i wouldn't be without it as it works a treat, even if it is noisy! It's so simple and straight forward to use, just set it to the right setting (from course to finely ground), pop in your beans and choose just how much you want. It's perfect. I only grind my beans for espresso coffee so need the finest grind you can and this does it no problem. It's easy to store and clean and is absolutely no fuss to use. The only drawback is the noise it makes! It's noisy but then, i guess, it is grinding perfect coffee! And besides, the noise only last for a about 30 seconds (at most) and then ... Read the complete review
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