KitchenAid KCG200WH Burr Coffee Grinder

alaTest hat 22 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für KitchenAid KCG200WH Burr Coffee Grinder zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 2.1/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.1/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie Kaffee- und Espressomaschinen. Die Tester bewerten das Design und die Größe positiv, aber sie finden die Zuverlässigkeit suboptimal. Über die Verarbeitungsqualität gibt es verschiedene Auffassungen.

Design, Größe

Bedienbarkeit, Zuverlässigkeit, Lärm

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Kundenmeinung von: indintruk (epinions.com)

Revisiting this old workhorse.

 

Some time ago I wrote a review on this grinder. Resultant comments from previous owners became heated to the point that I got the feeling some people were treating my review as a springboard for a discussion forum on the grinder. Needless to say, I ...

Attractive, heavy duty motor, airtight bean container.

Temperamental, cannot grind oily beans, spotty build quality.

Mär 2008

Kundenmeinung von: lookingforwd (epinions.com)

High-Maintenance Grinder with All the Noise

 

Kitchen Aid makes attractive-looking products with antique looks that recall a different era. Regrettably, they have not only retained the look, they've also retained antediluvian functionality and effectiveness. Things weren't necessarily better, way ...

Exceptionally good looking

Noisy, clogs, messy, burns coffee & daily cleaning required

Mär 2008

Kundenmeinung von: someyankee (epinions.com)

KitchenAid wipeout

 

retro looks, weight

noisy, messy, poor grind control, lousy build quality

Mär 2007

Kundenmeinung von: seymour56 (epinions.com)

If you want a mess and poor dependability

 

great customer service

messy, breaks frequently, messy, difficult to adjust, messy, hard to fill (did I mention messy?)

Dez 2006

Kundenmeinung von: kanebr (epinions.com)

Nice look and feel. Poor design. Great Customer Service.

 

Nice look. Grinds OK. Great Warranty.

Poor design. Messy. Likely to need the great warranty.

Nov 2006

Kundenmeinung von: mike99615 (epinions.com)

Buy another brand

 

like the looks

breaks and repairs is buy a new one

Aug 2006

Kundenmeinung von: tdhoon (epinions.com)

Poorly Designed, Unfixable

 

This is a beautiful-looking grinder, especially in Empire Red. It's solid and substantial; even the little toggle switch on the side adds to the neat retro feel. The problem is that the product doesn't work worth a damn. The outflow spout sticks out of...

Color, retro feel, weight

Outflow design makes product too messy to use

Jul 2006

Kundenmeinung von: dakotadoc (epinions.com)

KitchenAid Quality all the way! It works and works well.

 

I bought my KitchenAid Classic Series Electric Burr Grinder about 5 years ago and I am completely satisfied with it. Mine is the Cobalt Blue colored Model KCG200BU. It's basically the same design that KitchenAid produced in 1938 with a few slight ...

16 grind settings, large one pound bean hopper, quality to last a lifetime!

I can't seem to think of any.

Jun 2006

Kundenmeinung von: _ttt (epinions.com)

do not buy

 

looks cool

very poorly designed

Feb 2006

Kundenmeinung von: xmasrat (epinions.com)

A Poorly Designed Product

 

I bought mine at J. C. Penney's for $100 and I am very disappointed. The directions advertise with pride that the grinder is the same design as originally manufactured in 1937 and I think that's very true. The engineering community has learned a ...

None.

component fit, grind adjustment and the mess inherent in the unit's design.

Jan 2006