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I've been using this electric burr grinder and an Aeropress to make my coffee. The difference in quality and flavor is night and day, since I got rid of the Keurig. It only takes about 5 minutes from start to finish, including cleanup.
Bellemain 17 setting burr grinder. i've had it a year and does a decent job, but I'm saving up for a Baratza Sette
Thanks for the tips so far guys! Unfortunately these are way out of my budget, the most I could justify would be $50 or so, I should've stated that originally. What I usually do is just buy coffee at the store and grind it there - for that reason I don't know if I can justify $100+ on one since I can keep using the store grinder. I have a good quality manual burr grinder, it just takes too long and doesn't hold enough.
Edit: here's another budget one from a amazon with decent reviews, thoughts?
Top Rated Bellemain Burr Coffee Grinder with 17 Settings for Drip, Percolator, Steam or Pump Espresso, French Press and Turkish Coffee Makers [link]