Mr. Coffee 12 Cup Electric Coffee Grinder with Multi Settings, Black, 3 Speed — IDS77

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About this item Automatic coffee and spice grinder with variable settings: Coarse, Medium, or Fine.Product Dimensions 5 x 4 x 9 inches Chamber Maid Cleaning System sweeps chamber walls to reduce mess and waste Precisely grind for the amount of coffee you are brewing: From 4 to 12 cups; Cord length: 25 inches 1 year limited warranty


From the manufacturer

Experience the Taste

Since 1970 the Mr. Coffee brand has been doing one thing and one thing only… brewing coffee. No one has served cup after delicious cup to more Americans than us! For us, bringing a rich coffee experience into your home is our top priority. Along with coffee makers, we are here to share everything coffee with you.

Mr. Coffee 12-Cup Electric Coffee Grinder with Multi Settings

The Mr. Coffee Coffee Grinder makes personalizing 4-12 cups of coffee easy. You can choose your grind setting from fine to coarse. The removable grinding chamber and wide-opening lid create less mess and allow for easy pouring. The exclusive Chamber Maid Cleaning System scrubs grounds from the chamber walls eliminating messy residue and resulting in less coffee waste.

  • Wide upper collar, flip-top lid for mess-free filling and emptying
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe grinding chamber
  • Cord storage

Customized Grounds For Each Brewing Method

Freshest Flavor

Unlock the delicious characteristics of the roast right before brewing.

Richer Aroma

As coffee brews, its richness, complexity, and freshness slowly unfolds.

Better Taste

Extract the fullest flavor and enjoy the truest taste as it’s meant to be.

Coffee Grinder

Coffee Grinder w/Chamber Maid Cleaning System

Burr Mill Coffee Grinder
Coffee Grinding

Spice Grinding

Grinding Technology Blade Blade Burr Mill for ultimate grind size control
Capacity 4-12 Cups 4-12 Cups 4-18 Cups
Safety On/Off Switch

Transparent Lid

Cup Size Auto-Selection

Cleaning Features Exclusive Cleaning System

Programmable Grind 3 Settings 18 Settings
Hands Free Operation





Mr. Coffee




3 Grind Settings

Item Weight

0.01 ounces

Item Dimensions LxWxH

5 x 4 x 9 inches



Product Dimensions

5 x 4 x 9 inches


Mr. Coffee



Item model number


Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#23,865 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #13 in Burr Coffee Grinders

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

September 14, 2004

10 отзывов на Mr. Coffee 12 Cup Electric Coffee Grinder with Multi Settings, Black, 3 Speed — IDS77


    So happy with this not needing to use disposable pods. I can buy bulk beans and grind them, put in freezer and use as needed. So easy to use and can control grind level. Very easy to clean.

  2. Marius

    You don’t get the fine control as you get with a burr grinder but this does the job. Once you get used to how it grinds you know how to get the grounds exactly how you want them. I have had this for close to 2 years and have used it each and every day. Never an issue. Well made. Quality. They way it is holding up I may never have to buy another coffee grinder again. I am not easy on things either. It holds up! A+

  3. buster

    I had the same grinder used it for 17 years bought. The same model for replacement works great would recommend.

  4. Michael

    This is a very simple and easy-to-use coffee grinder! While the grind is nowhere near that of a burr mill grinder, it does its job. I use a 4-cup machine and I find that 2 scoops of beans on the 4-cup setting and at a medium coarseness works very well. I’ve worked in the coffee business and managed coffee shops, so I’ve had my hands on everything from $10,000 burr mills to $20 common retailer models. Some of the gripes I’ve read on here were:- Settings- Maintenance & CleaningSettings: This grinder has 3 buttons: brewing size, coarseness, and grinding. The reviews on here showed frustration for it not saving the setting you prefer but how frustrating is that really? It defaults to 6-cup at a medium grind, and I have to cycle through to 4-cup. It takes maybe a second to tap the button 3 times. Done. Press the top grind button and hold until the machine automatically turns off. Easy. You do more work starting your car or making cereal. For those who buy beans at coffee shops: the «fine» setting spits out a #3-4 grind which is good enough for most espresso and moka pots, the «medium» does a decent #7 for drip, and «coarse» provides a good #13-14 coarseness good enough for a press.Maintenance & Cleaning: All coffee grinders get build-up. All of them. Coffee beans have oils and debris that stick together; the fresh arabica beans are the WORST offenders but make such a GREAT cup. This is why coffee shops devote about a half-hour of dedicated cleaning and disassembling of their burr mills. Every. Single. Day. It’s a lot of work, but you’ll break the machines if you don’t do it. With this grinder, there are a few tricks:- You will have build-up if you pour from the top flip-lid. A hack is to twist the top as if you were removing the lid. There are plastic scrapers on the inside that will dislodge almost all of the build-up. Lock the lid back in place and pour into basket or press.- Once a week I’ll take about a coffee scoop or two of rice and run that through. Toss it and then take a pastry/basting brush and get the dust out. Oil build-up can be wiped with a clean, dry coffee filter. Not joking, those things suck up oil and cost nothing, less than a penny each. We used those in the industry, albeit much larger ones, to clean oils out and off of machines and coffee mills since detergent cleansers cannot be used due to health code and quality reasons («Mmm! Soapy, chemical-tasting coffee!»)Also, allow the grinder to cool-off between cycles. I mean, you should be grinding as needed but I can understand why people would want to grind a pound at once for convenience, but that coffee will be stale in a matter of days (5-7 days) and the oils start to turn rancid. Freezing is okay, but only gives you a week extra before it tastes freezer-burnt. A busted grinder and bad coffee is not fun so just use this grinder daily. Use a coffee scoop: 1-scoop of whole beans for 2 cups of brewed coffee. Don’t overload the grinder or you’ll burn it out.I’ve been using this consistently, almost daily, for the last couple months with no issues. The reviews had me worried but I quickly realized that people may not be caring for their grinder the way it should be cared for. Fresh coffee at home is almost ceremonial, so caring for your grinder is essential and you’ll appreciate your coffee so much more.

  5. Sienna carter

    I absolutely love this product it’s so nice and easy to use

  6. Olga

    I know this grinder is not intended for making baby food but… I bought Vitamix family pack but their mini jar is still too big for single baby portions. Plus I need to add water to make it work. The food becomes liquid-ish and it’s not what I want. This grinder will purée all the steamed veggies making purée much thicker but still very smooth consistency. No or very little water is needed. Its size is perfect for a single baby purée portion. Plus it’s easy to open up and add extra ingredients. With Vitamix you need to unscrew it from the base, which requires a lot of muscle power & time. I love the simplicity of this grinder. It’s my life saver.

  7. Keith N. Lindgren

    Grinder works very well. I tried two different levels, medium and fine. It fulfills my needs. Very happy with the grinder

  8. Maxman

    This is my preferred coffee grinder.

  9. M. P.

    I’ve had this grinder for about a month, and I’m impressed. The last time I ground my own coffee was about ten years ago. I had a blade-type grinder back then too, but it was the old design design, where only the lid came off. The blades and grinding-chamber were built into the motorized base. It was necessary to flip the thing upside-down to get the grounds into the lid/cup. Then, when I’d separate the lid from the base, some portion of grounds would always escape onto the counter. It was so messy and difficult to clean that it wasn’t worth grinding my own coffee. This new design seems to work quite well. I have yet to make a mess with the coffee grounds. After grinding the beans, I twist the chamber to remove it from the motorized base. I flip up the lid and pour the grounds into my coffee maker. There is even a built-in component that sweeps the edges of the chamber to dislodge the grounds so I don’t have to bang on it to get them out. To activate the sweep, I simply twist the container while pouring the grounds into my coffee maker. After all this, I twist the lid to remove it from the container and tap everything on the edge of my sink to release any lose remnants. All the pieces are clearly marked to make reassembly easy. I put the pieces back together and the grinder sits on my counter all nice & clean.Consistent grounds -The new design also makes it easy to have a good, consistent grind. The old model had an on/off mechanism — that was it. I never really knew how long to let the thing run. What if I were making 6-cups instead of 12-cups? What if I wanted strong coffee instead of weak coffee? What if I ground the beans too long and made coffee bean dust that clogged my filter and overflowed coffee-soup onto my counter? This new design solves the problem. With a push of a couple of buttons, I can specify how many cups of coffee I’m planning for and whether I want it weak or bold. I haven’t compared the grind consistency to that of a burr grinder, but this little thing seems to do a fine job. My understanding is that burr-type grinders provide the best consistency of grounds, but they’re more expensive and difficult to clean. I paid $20 for this little guy and it’s easy to use and clean.Cleaning -The instructions say the grinding container and lid can be hand-washed or placed on the top rack of the dishwasher. I recommend hand-washing because I had a poor experience with the dishwasher. The container has an inner stainless-steel cup where the beans are ground. Outside of this cup is a clear-plastic housing. When the dishwasher removes food particles from the other dishes, some of the particles become lodged between these two grinder components. To get the food residue out of my grinder container I had to completely disassemble it — rinsing wouldn’t get them out. On a positive note, I can say that the grinder container was easily disassembled and reassembled with a #1 Phillips screwdriver. It also gave me an opportunity to evaluate the engineering, manufacturing and assembly of this particular part of the grinder. Overall, I think this grinder is a very good deal for $20.Only complaint -If there were one thing I would improve, it would be the on/off switch. The manufacturing and assembly tolerances are pretty good for a $20 grinder. However, a slight difference in tolerances can make a person have to push really hard on the switch to turn on the grinder. In my opinion, the design should have added millimeter on the plunger that activates the switch.

  10. karo


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