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Product Details
Overall Rating 6.6, Based on 20 Reviews
Avg Price $100.00
Manufacturer Solis
Machine Type Conical Burr grinder, non doser, grinds hopper
Colors Anthracite
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Kate Hallberg 02.26.2014 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: Good for the price, with caveats
Scott James (quality: 4.5) 12.23.2004 Rating: 5.2
Bottom Line: After 3 years, I'm giving up on the Mulino -- tempted to try to Maestro Plus, but sceptical of the same 'chute' design.
Eli Castro (quality: 8.0) 04.09.2004 Rating: 6.4
Bottom Line: A fundamentally adequate hard working grinder
Jeffrey Seabrook (quality: 5.3) 10.20.2002 Rating: 5.4
Bottom Line: Buy the Maestro!!!
Lin Phillips (quality: 6.7) 09.22.2002 Rating: 1.8
Bottom Line: Don't even spare this grinder a glance
Scott Jensen (quality: 6.3) 07.07.2002 Rating: 6.4
Bottom Line: Save your money for a decent grinder!
David Marley (quality: 7.8) 01.24.2002 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: If you can find really cheap buy it for a friend who isn't a coffee fiend, they will feel important.
Ben Alpers (quality: 8.0) 01.15.2002 Rating: 7.2
Bottom Line: Mulino does what its meant to do wonderfully, but now the Maestro does it better.  Unless you find a Mulino at a deep discount, go with the newer Maestro.
Guy Tedesco 01.11.2002 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: this grinder is for those that want the pinnacle taste from their coffee grinds
Scott Rothstein (quality: 8.0) 01.02.2002 Rating: 5.4
Bottom Line: Between this and the Solis Maestro, get the Maestro.
Colin Newell (quality: 6.5) 12.31.2001 Rating: 7.0
Bottom Line: Nice for the price but I would watch the warranty period!
Tim Ihde (quality: 7.5) 12.30.2001 Rating: 5.0
Bottom Line: Stay away.
Mike McGinness (quality: 7.0) 12.29.2001 Rating: 6.2
Bottom Line: If you can find a used one for 1/2 price great, otherwise get the Solis Maestro
Randolph (quality: 2.0) 11.15.2001 Rating: 6.0
Bottom Line: nice grinder, but a total pain to use. grinds everywhere
Roger Placer (quality: 5.0) 10.29.2001 Rating: 6.0
Bottom Line: Strong Innards, Weak Construction.  Chute Clogging Seals Fate
James Schulman (quality: 7.5) 10.12.2001 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: Obsolete - get the Solis Maesto, unless you find this one for $80 or so.
Tim Reed (quality: 3.0) 09.09.2001 Rating: 9.2
Bottom Line: A good multipurpose grinder
Paul Hanley (quality: 2.0) 08.10.2001 Rating: 6.8
Bottom Line: Decent grinder, too many grinds remain in chute, thus every subsequent shot contains stale grinds. Overall a good unit though.
Bob Allman (quality: 3.0) 07.10.2001 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: Great bang for the buck!
Larry Palletti 07.06.2001 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: A good grinder for the money -- IF it holds up.
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