The 7 Best Coffee Grinders on Amazon, According to Enthusiastic Reviewers

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Nicole Franzen

If you're a fan of coffee, then you probably perused our list of the best drip coffee makers—but what good is a great coffee maker without decent grounds, right? Enter: The coffee grinder. Trust us, you're going to want to add one of these morning-changing gadgets to your Amazon cart ASAP. With this ingenious device on your kitchen counter, you won't have to waste precious morning minutes waiting in line at your local coffee shop for a mug-worthy brew in the a.m. again.

Whether you're a coffee connoisseur who insists on grinding your beans by hand or a caffeine addict who just wants a cupful as quickly as possible, there's a coffee grinder in this curated a collection of enthusiastically endorsed gadgets for every type of coffee drinker. Ranging in price from $14 to $89, there's a device with a cult following that will fit any brew lover's budget.

Click through the gallery to shop the seven best coffee grinders on Amazon, and keep scrolling to grab some beans to toss in it for good measure.

Krups Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder $44

"This coffee grinder is exactly what I expected it to be with one exception. Its slim profile was a welcome surprise. I already have a million appliances on my kitchen counter, so I really like that it is so slim and compact. It doesn't take up much space and fits perfectly tucked in between my toaster and my knife block." — Heather S.

JavaPresse Coffee Company Manual Coffee Grinder $44

"I've been using this coffee grinder for about a month now, and I am really loving the coffee I make with it. Grinding does not take too much force; it's very lightweight and compact, which is perfect, as counter space is a premium in my kitchen." — Han W.

Cuisinart Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill $42

"I have turned into a coffee snob over the past decade or so, and I had no idea that a burr grinder would make such a humongous difference in the flavor of my morning addiction. How did I ever live without this?!" — T. Roberts

Mr. Coffee Automatic Burr Mill Grinder with 18 Custom Grinds $53

"I'm glad I chose this one instead of one of the more expensive ones with good reviews. This one has all the functionality that I need to make delicious coffee. I use it to grind coffee beans for espresso and French press." — Lula

Capresso Infinity Conical Burr, Black $150

"I have had a number of different grinders over the year[s] … but this one is the best by far. I have used it for over a year, and no problems yet. It is easy to fill and select your desired grind coarseness … will easily grind enough for one cup or a whole pot. I love how easy it is to change the coarseness … lots of options and very easy to adjust on the fly … you can even change it while the beans are grinding." — Dave H.

Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill $46

"I love making coffee in the morning now that I have this mill. I thought maybe the novelty would wear off, but after a few months, it's still fun to grind the beans manually while the kettle is on the stove." — planetgrrl

KitchenAid Blade Coffee Grinder, Onyx Black $45

"This thing is so easy to use, [it] works great, and [it's] easy to clean. It's not too big, and it was a decent price for how well it works, how sturdy it feels, how much I've used it so far, and it's aforementioned attributes. Highly suggest you give this baby a try if you need your own grinder, especially if you are looking into cold brewing." — Call of Kthalia

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