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KRUPS KM550D50 Personal Café Grind Drip Maker Coffee Grinder, 4 cups, Silver

Price:PKR. 144,500.00 /

Asin: B07Y94TN44
Product weight: 8.03 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 9 x 6.3 x 11.6 inches
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Style Name: Grind and Brew Coffee Maker A unique Bean-To-Cup superior grinding system for the freshest and most delicious coffee automatically brewed into your cup. A single serve automatic grind and brew coffee machine that delivers the ultimate coffee experience.
Product Dimensions
9 x 6.3 x 11.6 inches
Item Weight
8.03 pounds
Item model number
Date First Available
September 23, 2019
Jaime Chriswisser
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2020

Review:Ok. This thing grinds coffee quite well. But everything else about this damned thing absolutely SUCKS. 1-Supposedly will grind the proper amount of coffee for 2-12 cups. WRONG. Lowest amount is about 5 cups, or full size french press. To use my personal french press, I have to grind the coffee, put it in another container, then measure it-I was really excited to be bale to grind the exact amount, but it DOES NOT DO THAT, AS ADVERTISED. 2-The hopper for the grounds is a weird shape, so pouring coffee out of it totally ensures you will spill it everywhere. 3-Not sure why, but this thing generates static like no tomorrow! Pouring coffee can be a lovely science project, as the coffee will quite literally travel sideways to stick to the outside of the hopper, or anything on the counter, rather than pour into whatever you actually want the grounds in. It makes a mess of my counters and floor every time I use it, to the point that I actually started buy ground coffee-something I haven't done in 25 or more years. This thing aggravates the living hell out of me every time I use it, and it's a crappy way to start your day....EVERY DAY. Don't buy it! I expected MUCH more from Krupps, and they have lost a customer for life. Inexcusable to sell a product with these flaws. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019

Review:I was using a hand ceramic grinder for a couple of years, and it is a great device, but it's a pain to grind coffee when guests come:) So, there is no need to explain why I need it. But here is the answers you might like to know: Q: Why did you choose this brand? A: Because a friend of mine was using it for decades and it is very reliable kitchenware. I'm happy that I found it. Q: Why not blades? They are cheaper! A: Because some 'coffee-experts' tole me that it should be a flat-burr. I really don't know if there are any benefits other than grain size setup and servings amount. Q: Why not ceramic? A: They are waaaay more expensive. Q: Is it noisy? A: Pretty quiet. I can talk to other people while grinding. Q: Is it easy to use? A: Yes, just put grains in, select servings size and push the button. Indeed, you can choose grain size, which I never touched)) Q: Would you buy it again? A: Yes, and I do recommend it, too. And I would buy same construction again (i.e. _not_ blades) Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2020

Review:I really wanted to like this coffee maker. I made some coffee just like I do in my regular coffee maker with a separate grinder. First I put 2 scoops of beans in and used course grounds and 4 cups water. Coffee was very weak and 2 beans didn't grind up. Next I made the same using the fine grind. Better but still weak. Next I used fine grind and Bold. Still weaker than my regular coffee maker. Here are some other cons: The filter is a pain to clean. Best if you can hold it upside down and spray water up into it. You will use a LOT of water! Moisture gets into the bean chute. It's enters the filter and moisture condenses their. The burr grinder gets wet. A full pot of coffee is hard to pour into my glass without spilling some on the counter. I wish it had a cone filter that I could put a paper filter in. My wife likes the small counter space but I'm going back to my Redline coffee maker and separate burr grinder. Read more

Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020

Review:***UPDATE*** I am removing one star and packing this up to return. I’m still having issues with the pour spout leaking when I try to pour from a full carafe. I’ve also decided cleanup is way too much for such a tiny pot of coffee. You have to rinse out the grinding chamber between every use because the grounds get wet and stick inside the chute. I think grinding coffee myself and using a traditional coffee maker is easier. ***first review*** I have only used it twice, but so far, so good! Pros: 1) It looks nice! A lot of coffee pots look cheap, but this model looks very chic. 2) I love the compact size. It doesn’t take up much counter space and my husband and I only drink one cup of coffee each, so this little thing is the perfect size for us. If you need multiple cups, it may be too small for you. The capacity says it’s 4 cups, but in reality, a full pot will only give you two regular sized coffee mugs. A full pot is 20 ounces. 3) The grind feature works great! It’s nice to have fresh ground coffee at the push of a button. It’s noisy, but no more so than any other coffee grinder. 4) No complaints on taste or strength. 5) I love that the unit comes with a coffee scoop and a place to store it. Such a nice touch! 6) You still have the option of using ground coffee if needed and I will probably keep some on hand for when I want my coffee a little faster with less clean up time. Now for the CONS: 1) It’s too small. It will work for us day to day but it is too small to make enough if we ever have company over for coffee. 2) when the carafe is full, the pour stream is too heavy at first and coffee leaks out from the sides of the pour spout. I may need to be more careful when pouring, but I had spills both times I used it. Once the carafe is less full, it pours just fine. 3) The brew spout leaks a bit when removing the carafe after the brew cycle is over. A few drips of coffee come out onto the hot plate and sizzle. I know this is pretty common, but I think at this price point, it shouldn’t happen. 4) It takes about 9 minutes to grind and brew a full pot. I’m not sure if this is slow, average or fast, but worth noting. I thought it would be quicker since it’s so small. 5) I REALLY wish Krups had included a program feature! 6) cleanup is more intensive than other coffee makers. You have to rinse everything off and the grind chamber can be especially difficult to get clean. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on October 24, 2020

Review:J'avais un vieux moulin Braun que je trouvais trop bruyant et qui demandait beaucoup de temps pour moudre. J'ai acheté ce moulin pour pouvoir moudre mon café plus rapidement. J'ai tenté de jouer avec les différents niveaux de mouture, mais même au niveau le plus fin je trouve la mouture trop grossière. Personnellement je préfère une mouture si fine que ça ressemble à de la farine, mais impossible d'atteindre cette mouture avec ce moulin. J'ai même tenté de moudre 2 fois le même café avec la mouture la plus fine. J'inclue des images qui démontre le résultat avec les différents niveaux de mouture. Read more

James Cunningham

Date:Reviewed in Canada on October 8, 2020

Review:Seemed too good to be true for the price and that turned out to be the case. It's as loud as a lawn mower and the grind size dial basically doesn't work. There's no noticeable difference between the largest and smallest setting. Read more

Andre Parent

Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 19, 2020

Review:Good grinder, size is sufficiently consistent but because of the static issue you can see the powder like grinder build up right in front of where the coffee is expusled to the plastic storage container. The whole static issue is annoying, the water trick does help a bit but you do end up with coffee all over the place. Read more

Randy Jayne

Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 10, 2020

Review:It's quiet, which is great but the grinder isn't reliable. I've tried both fineness settings (1 & 2). I've tried using less beans than required for testing. Everytime, there are always large chunks left over. And I clean very thoroughly inbetween each brew. I like coffee that is a bit bold in flavour, and even using the 'bold' button barely changes anything. I am rather disappointed. It's not a cheap coffee maker and the karafe enough for a large bug and a half. I had high hopes but it didn't live up to what I was wanting. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 10, 2020

Review:Great overall performance -- so far. Question is, will it hold up. I use a dark roast bean, which is oily. Over time this causes a buildup in the burr grinders I have tried. No amount of cleaning seems to remove all the residue and eventually the unit fails. Krups provides clear direction on the method and frequency of cleaning. Access to burrs is straightforward. Love the ergonomics and the absence of static cling. Read more