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Krups GVX1

Krups GVX1
alaAverage 3.6

7 reviews

Jan, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of Krups GVX1. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 71/100.

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I don't think you can beat it for the money


You wouldn't want to use this for a high-end espresso machine that demands the finest and most consistent of grinds. But if you can afford a high-end espresso machine, why are you looking at a cheap grinder?? I never had a problem with the button....

Price! It's CHEAP for a burr grinder. The grind is usually pretty consistent. I can get the grind fine enough for my mid-range espresso machine (which admittedly doesn't like an ultra-fine grind). It also does fine with coarser grinds for french press...

1. It's messy. After grinding I have found that unless I give the unit a good shake, it will spill excess grinds onto the countertop when I remove the container to access my grinds. 2. Grinds will static cling to the catch container, so it must be...

Sep, 2011

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Great Grinder 'Til It Bought the Farm


Big disappointment from the folks at Krups- I expected much better. Now it's RMA time. Hopefully, I'll get a better replacement or I'll buy something generic next time round.

Grinds all grades of coffee nicely indeed- especially the course grade I use for my vintage percolator. Very handsome looking unit- quite stylish. Has the look of a well made unit. Not too difficult to clean- plastic parts are designed to air dry.

Very fussy when it comes to operate. There are two safeties that prevent accidental usage- just what you'd expect these days. However, they are overly sensitive and you keep finding yourself pressing the power button and aligning all the parts until it...

May, 2010

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a terrific machine


a good buy....if you like Italian espresso grind its the best I have used simply because by virtue of design the oily beans necessary pass the grinder very nicely.The interna baffle is the nuts.Also does well with other grinds too.

none really if you have dealt with other bur mill grinders....Its pretty rugged....we drink alot of coffee around here every day and it chuggs along nicely.I waited a couple of months befor reporting

Feb, 2010

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Great grinder


To the reviewer with the button problem - there are two safety switches that must connect before the button works. One is on the lid, the other is on the grind basket. Both have to be fully engaged before the grinder will work, and you do have to exert...

Adjustable grind, burr grinder makes the best grind available, easy to clean,

Button on mine broke after 2+ years (otherwise still going strong!). It still works, but I have to press the switch behind the button using a fingertip, which is a bit awkward. I expected it to last a bit longer than that.

Feb, 2010

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Christmas present


Works well

none so far

Dec, 2009

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pretty much said it all, it's worth the money.

Works great, there was only 1 review when I bought this and he said he had problems with the button. I figured I'd take a chance seeing that he said he would buy it again if it wasn't for that. I'm glad I did, it's a great little machine. Lots of...

None as yet

Dec, 2009

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Krups GVX1 Burr Mill Coffee Grinder


I would buy again except for the switch problem.

Grinds coffee. Several settings for fineness and number of cups. Auto shutoff.

I wish I could give a strong recommendation for this grinder but it has given me a few problems. Problem 1:The worst is the fact that when I press the on button it often fails to come on. There is a switch that the lid to the bean hopper must depress...

Oct, 2009