Dualit 75015 Coffee Grinder Comprehensive Review

Dualit 75015 Coffee Grinder Review
  • Performance
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Maintenance
  • Ease of Use


The 75015 grinder from Dualit does a splendid job of delivering a high quality, uniform grind. But even more impressive is that it does all this without the unnecessary high price range.

With evidently solid construction and decent material quality, the Dualit 75015 Coffee Grinder strikes quite the desirable balance between cost and performance – not to mention Dualit’s signature stylish finish of course. Let’s take a closer look at this mid-range coffee grinder with a difference.

Dualit 75015 Coffee Grinder review


What I like

  • Sturdy attractive design
  • Good sized bean hopper
  • Even and uniform grind
  • Value for money

What I don’t like

  • Thorough cleaning not easy
  • Static electricity

What are you buying?

Dualit has a very good reputation and a massive following all over the UK. Perhaps it’s because they manufacture incredibly stylish, high performance machines without the unnecessarily high price tags.

The Dualit 75015 is one such electric coffee grinder characterised by a stainless steel, circular, black and silver body. Obviously, the shape suggests a healthy set of conical burrs which are known for producing a fin quality and uniform grind.

The 75015 makes use of burr grinders powered by a moderate 150w motor. Now, while the power may seem low, keep in mind that everything about this machine has been optimised for a slower and cooler grind.

My experience with fast paced cheaper blade grinders lets me appreciate a slower grind all the more. I can’t even begin to explain how much of my primo beans got scorched. Word of advice, stick to burrs; conical where possible.

At the very top of Dualit’s mid-range grinder is a 250g hopper which is a reasonably large size even for those intending to use the grinder for commercial purposes. There’s a portion control setting that lets users grind up to 10 cups worth of coffee beans depending on how much you’re making at the moment.

However, you won’t be able to make full use of the spacious hopper if you’re using the grinder at home for a small family. That’s because you can only put in as many beans as you need ground at the moment.

How easy is it to use?

As stylish as the overal design for the 75015 may be, you’ve got to give credit to Dualit for keeping things simple and on the level. The manufacturer was kind enough to include a manual that further simplifies everything; from the assembly and operation all the way to the cleaning and maintenance.

Starting with the controls, they’re generally user friendly and intuitive. You’ve got your big power on/off at the front and a dial for the cups selector at the right side. This dosing selection is very effective; there’s barely any wasted grounds afterwards.

Likewise, you can choose your prefered grind fineness from three main consistencies. There’s coarse for percolaters, medium for filter machines and a super fine consistency for extra strong espressos.

As for the cleaning and maintenance, everything is made easier by the fact that a lot of the components in the 75015 actually come off. The collector, hopper and burrs are removable to facilitate easy cleaning. Remember, clean burrs are essential to making delicious barista quality coffee.

What accessories are included?

With each purchase, you can expect the following items in the box:

  • 1 Dualit 75015 eletric coffee grinder
  • Instruction manual

Note that most people who bought the 75015 also bought a Duronic or Dualit electric coffee maker.

Key features of Dualit 75015 Coffee Grinder


  • Sturdy attractive design
  • Good sized bean hopper
  • Generally even and uniform grind
  • Good value for money


  • Burrs may require use of a fine brush for thorough cleaning
  • Static electricity

Anything else you should know?

Like your average range of typical coffee grinders, the 7505 from Dualit also suffers from one minor shortcoming – static electricity. The grinds collector builds up so much static electricity that much of your grind sticks firmly to the walls.

Maybe Dualit could have used non-static materials like glass to save their customers from a powdery caffeinated mess. I know this would save me a morning of tipping, tapping and scraping off the collector to get every ounce of grind out.


You’ll agree with me when I say that the most important thing about any grinder is the grind quality and consistency. It all comes down to the uniformity of your grind and the grain size.

The 75015 grinder from Dualit does a splendid job of delivering a high quality, uniform grind. But even more impressive is that it does all this without the unnecessary high price range.

If you’re looking for a mid-range grinder that will impress a full house of guests, this might just be the one for you.

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