Product Comparison: Grindmaster 250AB vs Bunn G2-0000
- This grinder was easy to use and did a respectable job of grinding a wide variety of our specialty, single origin beans.
- The mechanism is smooth and quiet - just what you want first thing in the morning.
- This is a quality, quiet machine. It looks good on the counter and is fairly compact.
- The grind settings are adequate for me. I mostly do french press or moka pot.
- The grind itself is good and consistent but the grind settings are awkward to use.
- Excellent coffee grinder for busy kitchen where different family members make espresso and filter coffee several times a day.
- Solid construction. Looks great on the countertop.
- This is an excellent grinder and a good upgrade from my Rocky Rancillio grinder.
- Takes a bit of time to break in before clumps go away and consistency kicks in.
- It's a little bit loud, a consideration when grinding really early in the morning.
- It works great. Its quiet and efficient.
- The grind settings I use are perfect for my espresso machine, as it requires a very fine grind i was unable to get out of my other bur grinder.
- The grind quality is very consistent. I alternate between espresso grind and french press grind.
- The particle sizes are fairly uniform and there's little dust.
- The grinding chamber is fairly easy to clean, but it is flat with little pegs sticking up around the sides, so the cleaning is harder than it should be.
- Easy to use and clean. It grinds consistently. Very good value for money.
- This is a fantastic grinder. This grinder is fast, smooth and quiet. The timer function is convenient for dosing. The grind settings are easy to adjust and repeatable.
- It seems very reliable and consistent, easy to use, small, nice metal porta-filter holder.
- Excellent, solid built-quality. Not messy at all as compared to other grinders.
- It has programmable timing pre-sets which I imagine could be helpful.