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Product Description

No, the Mignon is not a steak, it's a grinder (what business do you think we're in here?)! And it's really no wonder how this super-functional grinder got its name, either. Meaning 'dainty' in French, the Eureka Mignon grinder manages to pack all the features of Eureka's professional grinder into a petite footprint. Pair its teeny-tiny size with the MCI's stepless adjustment, plus a much quieter motor, and you're looking at your new favorite espresso grinder. Ooh la la!

Features and Functionality

  • Programmable Dosing - The Mignon can be programmed to grind a specific dose or configured to grind continuously.
  • Stepless Adjustment - The micrometrical adjustment knob allows for easy and precise grind settings.
  • Removable Bean Hopper - The bean hopper holds 8 ounces of beans and includes a gate that can be closed when removing to prevent bean spills!
  • Portafilter Holder - The Eureka Mignon includes a removable portafilter holder. Simply remove this holder when grinding into a container.
  • Heavy Duty Construction - The Mignon is built like a tank to withstand heavy use.
  • Quiet - At only 73 Decibels the Mignon is quieter than most other grinders.
Pros
  • Compact Grinder - The Eureka Mignon packs a powerful grinder into a small footprint.
  • Stepless Adjustment - The easy-to-use and oh-so-precise micrometrical adjustment knob makes dialing in the perfect grind setting easy.
  • Versatile -The Eureka Mignon is an excellent choice for coarse and finer grind settings.
Cons
  • Some Clumping - You may experience some clumping on finer grind settings.
Suitable Applications Drip Coffee, Espresso, Fine Drip / Pour Over

Additional Information

Manufacturer Eureka
Width 4.5 Inches
Depth 7 Inches
Height 13 Inches
Watts 225 Watts
Volts 110 Volts
RPM of Burrs 1600 RPM
Case Material Aluminum
Bean Hopper Capacity 8 Ounces
Dosing Options Programmable Dosing Functionality
Adjustment Configuration Stepless - Infinite Settings
Grinder Style Burr - Flat Steel
Burr Diameter 50 mm
Timer or On/Off Switch Both Timer & On/Off Switch

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How does this compare to the Rancilio Rocky?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: I just received the Eureka last week. I had a rocky for 12 years and the Eureka is more to my liking. I hated cleaning and changing the burrs on the rocky. It's easy to dial in your grind and I like the smaller size. Well built unit. Glad I made the change.
Reply · Report · Tom Y on Jun 13, 2016
What is the maximum programmable time on the Eureka Mignon? Is it long enough to grind 18-20 grams for a double shot?
Russell R on Jan 31, 2016
Best Answer: zero indicates a good starting setting for 17 grams.
Reply · Report · Robert S on Jun 9, 2017
For the new Eureka Grinders, can you use them with its timing feature to grind enough coffee for a pot of drip, say a 10 cup Technivorm? Its hard dot see how it would work in the video for something other than portafilters. Thank you.
Joseph P on Feb 7, 2016
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I've had the Mignon for about two months and all of a sudden the pressure-sensitive switch plate on the front does not shut off. Of course you can cut off the power at the master switch on the side but that's not too handy and besides, after only a couple of months everything should still be working anyway! Any ideas?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2017
Best Answer: Sorry, that's never happened to my Mignon. You probably have already checked for obstruction but any chance there's coffee residue build-up affecting the blocking the switch plate not to relaease forward?

Otherwise I would be pursuing replacement or repair from the manufacturer given your grinder is only two months old. Good luck - they seem like stout machines so there must be a way to remedy the problem.
Reply · Report · Rich W on Jun 9, 2017
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After dialing in the grinder with the beans and getting the correct dose, how do you set the timer to deliver that?
Ahmed S on Mar 19, 2017
Best Answer: Ahmed,
Watch this video: https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/eureka-mignon-burr-grinder
Setting the timer takes a few fine adjustments. Both buttons on the side of the machine need to be pushed
in completely for the timer to operate properly.
The Eureka Grinder is a top quality machine. The feature I like the most is the ability to close the slide on the top basket & switch out your coffee beans. The Mignon is also very quiet.
Ken
Reply · Report · kw-2wheel on Mar 20, 2017
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My Eureka shuts off while grinding occasionally. Your service team recommended that I remove the top and clean the burr grinder area. I did so but it still quits occasionally. Could it be the switch? When I press the portafilter against the switch, sometimes the grinder will not start unless I slide the portafilter up high onto the switch. Sometimes this allows the grinder to function. Is this sensitivity to the switch position normal?
Darryl F on Sep 27, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Darryl,

I recently purchased this grinder and I have run into this problem as well. After purchasing this grinder, I realized that you always have to be grinding while you turn adjustment dial. If you don't, coffee will get caught and the burrs will get clogged. For example, when I first dialed in my grinder, I ran into this many times and I would stop and clean. But thanks to some reading online, I realized that you always have to be grinding no matter if it is just a slight adjustment and since doing this have had no further problems. I hope this helps.

Jack
Reply (1) · Report · Jack S on Sep 30, 2016
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Can you do Turkish grinds with this unit?
John F on Jun 14, 2016
Best Answer: I have not made Turkish coffee yet but given that we had to dial up the size of the grind significantly for espresso it will undoubtedly handle Turkish. It is a very cool unit--quiet, small, and fast--and I am very pleased with it.
Reply · Report · John M on Jun 14, 2016
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will this grind as good as the atom?
warren c on May 4, 2017
Best Answer: The Atom is definitely a step up in terms of grind quality from the Mignon, with both bigger burrs and a more powerful motor. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on May 8, 2017
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Do you sell replacement burrs for the Eureka mignon? We are really liking ours but will eventually need to replace the burrs and would like to have them on hand. Thks.
A shopper on Jan 16, 2017
Best Answer: Stay tuned! We'll be adding replacement burrs soon.
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Jan 25, 2017
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Which Eureka grinder is quieter...the Mignon or the Atom? Thank you
Rick H on Jan 4, 2017
Best Answer: Hands down the Atom! Anecdotally, the Mignon tends to clump a little more as well.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Jan 6, 2017
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How easy or how mach of a hassle is it re-dial the grind from fine (espresso) to coarse (drip), i.e., can it be done regularly without too much effort? Or is the grinder better suited for leaving it set at one generally setting (espresso)?
John A on Oct 3, 2016
Best Answer: I definitely would not recommend a stepless grinder for multiple brew methods. Adjusting coarser is easy, but having to dial in your beans from scratch every time you want espresso would be a lot of work (and use a lot of beans!) If you want a grinder for multiple brew methods, something with stepped settings would be your best bet: https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/baratza-vario-w-burr-grinder

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Oct 3, 2016
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Do you know how many amps this unit draws?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2016
Best Answer: 2.1 amps
Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Sep 12, 2016
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How much turn is for espresso?
A shopper on Jul 1, 2016
Best Answer: Every coffee bean will be a little different, so it will take a little while to dial in the Mignon to your specific roast and varietal. Check out this handy guide on dialing in your grinder!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLbbpM_ZxAU

Whenever I set up a grinder, I start finer than I need and adjust coarser until I find the sweet spot.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Jul 1, 2016
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Warranty Information

What it Covers: Eureka Grinders

Length: Home Use: 1 year parts and labor, Commercial Use: 1 year parts, 3 months labor

Who Supports the Warranty: Seattle Coffee Gear, read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.

Warranty Contact Information: 866-372-4734 or email us at warranty@seattlecoffeegear.com

Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No

Can SCG Repair? Yes, read more about our repair services


Care and Maintenance

  • Clean out the bean hopper every week or so to remove any potential oils that may have built up over time.
  • We recommend using Grindz every couple of weeks, depending on frequency of use.

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