Thursday, September 7, 2017

Product Testing: Severin Blade Coffee Grinder

Coffee has been my comfort drink in which I can have any time of the day. As time passed my love and want for this drink became intense just like every drip when I brew one. 
I gradually crossed over to freshly brewed coffee from the regular instant coffee as I grow more with coffee. 

My latest gadget that comes along with my favorite drink is this Severin coffee grinder. I was planning to buy a coffee grinder that is cheap and very economical and practical to use every day. I was torn between getting the larger machine grinder versus this one and since my coffee makers are for both single-cup alone, I chose this one.

Although, I have read differences between a blade grinder from a burr grinder plus what is the most preferred grinder I am happy and satisfied with Severin blade grinder. I may eventually purchase a burr grinder if needed in the future. 

Here is the product which I tested and been using for days now. 

Severin Blade Coffee Grinder
Php 1350 around USD 27.
Made in Germany







It is almost a hand-held coffee grinder, with a pulsating push-button that is also for power. The inside has two blades in opposite direction with metal base. It has a clear plastic cover with the gray power button that connects to the switch panel inside that activates the pulse of the blade. The power cord can be coiled at the bottom which prevents and store the grinder neatly. The cord can be adjusted according to preferred length. It product body color is white and has a smooth-easy to clean finish. A number of coffee beans for grinding depends on the amount needed. A full or up to the maximum level can come up with two to three cups of water, depending on your taste. It runs on 220 voltage and can be used in seconds. Here is the video of Severin blade coffee grinder

Do you have any coffee grinder at home like this one? 


10 comments:

  1. This almost makes me want to start drinking coffee! Thanks for the in depth review!

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  2. My grinder is going out..this looks like a good one! Thank you for sharing this!

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  3. This would be nice to have at home. I usually buy ground coffee but I know it is better is I can have freshly ground coffee. I will check out that blade coffee grinder when I get the chance to go to the mall next week.

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  4. Honestly I’ve never had freshly ground coffee at home...I’ve always been too lazy. After reading this I think I want to give it a try!

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  5. Yes I have a coffee grinder and it is brilliant. I don’t actually use it for coffee but spices including cinnamon go in there and once I also tried to grind rice in there to make rice flour. Very versatile

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  6. Although I am not a coffee drinker, everyone else in my life is. This is a neat product and you went in great detail about the product. It is a very unique product. I would do some additional research. With the holiday season approaching, this will be a great gift!

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  7. Amazing. I recently bought a new coffee bean grinder in my local Lidl and it's amazing! Nothing beats grinding your own coffee beans.

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  8. My husband is such a coffee nerd he likes to grind up fresh coffee beans and make it fresh every morning. I not sure if he knows about this product. Thank you for sharing it!

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  9. I'm actually on the market for a coffee grinder right now, and I'm so happy I ran into this post! I had no idea where to start, but after reading your post, I think that this grinder might be the one for me.

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  10. I love a nice homemade cappuccino on a cold fall day. I really need a new grinder!

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