Before choos­ing an elec­tric meat grinder for your home, you need to con­sid­er a num­ber of impor­tant cri­te­ria. Prac­tice shows that buy­ers are main­ly guid­ed by price, but this is wrong. Even for lit­tle mon­ey, you can pick up an excel­lent meat grinder that will meet the buy­er’s request. Below are the cri­te­ria for choos­ing mod­els, as well as the rat­ing of the best elec­tric home meat grinders that have received good reviews.

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Power and performance

These para­me­ters are close­ly relat­ed — one depends on the oth­er. All meat grinders have a rat­ed pow­er that deter­mines the oper­a­tion of the meat grinder motor in stan­dard mode. Most mod­els have a large mar­gin for effec­tive work with car­ti­lage and veins. In this case, the motor starts to work faster, but it is impos­si­ble to use the pow­er reserve all the time.

Nat­u­ral­ly, per­for­mance is close­ly relat­ed to the pow­er para­me­ter. A meat grinder with a con­sump­tion of 300 W will have a low per­for­mance; the mod­el with 500 W is about high. The para­me­ter itself is deter­mined in kilo­grams per minute, that is, it tells how many kilo­grams of meat the meat grinder can process in 1 minute.

The weak­est mod­els process only 400 grams per minute. Such devices are rare on the mar­ket. For exam­ple, a meat grinder BELVAR KEM-P2U-202–06 with a pow­er of 300 W can turn minced meat 0.4 kg in 1 minute.

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Pro­duc­tive mod­els have a pow­er of 700‑1000 W and process 4–5 kg of meat per minute. For exam­ple, the Bosch MFW 68660 mod­el is con­sid­ered one of the most pro­duc­tive — with a pow­er of 800 W, it process­es 4.3 kg per minute. True, these para­me­ters have a key influ­ence on the price. If the mod­el from “BELVAR” will cost 2000–2500 rubles, then the Bosch MFW 68660 costs 11–12 thou­sand rubles.

Before choos­ing an elec­tric meat grinder for your home, you first need to look at these para­me­ters — the key selec­tion cri­te­ria.

Which grinder to choose

There are a large num­ber of mod­els of elec­tric meat grinders from var­i­ous man­u­fac­tur­ers on the domes­tic mar­ket of house­hold kitchen equip­ment, so it can some­times be dif­fi­cult to choose the right appli­ance.

When choos­ing a mod­el, our edi­tors rec­om­mend pay­ing atten­tion to the fol­low­ing points:

  1. For domes­tic use, devices of class­es “B” or “C” will be enough, because more pow­er­ful and pro­duc­tive mod­els are much more expen­sive, and this will not pay off with occa­sion­al use.
  2. Noise is one of the dis­ad­van­tages of such equip­ment, so it is bet­ter to buy a device of medi­um pow­er and with gears made of poly­mer mate­ri­als.
  3. The case made of met­al is more resis­tant to exter­nal mechan­i­cal influ­ences, but it has a greater mass, which can be incon­ve­nient when the device is fre­quent­ly rearranged.
  4. The func­tion­al­i­ty of the mod­el depends on the num­ber of noz­zles avail­able for use, so when choos­ing this indi­ca­tor, you need to pay spe­cial atten­tion.
  5. The reli­a­bil­i­ty of the equip­ment is guar­an­teed by the man­u­fac­tur­er, so it is bet­ter to buy mod­els of well-known brands that have proven them­selves only on the pos­i­tive side.

Impor­tant! Some man­u­fac­tur­ers in the device pass­port indi­cate 2 types of pow­er, one of which cor­re­sponds to the nom­i­nal val­ue, and the sec­ond to the max­i­mum allow­able.


Few buy­ers pay atten­tion to the pres­ence or absence of a reverse sys­tem, and this is an impor­tant para­me­ter. Motors with reverse can rotate in the oppo­site direc­tion, which saves a lot of time. If the veins of meat are wrapped around the auger, then it stops rotat­ing. Meat grinders with­out reverse have to be dis­as­sem­bled, the veins removed and reassem­bled to con­tin­ue work­ing. On reverse motors, sim­ply acti­vate the appro­pri­ate mode, in which the auger will begin to rotate in the oppo­site direc­tion. As a result, the wound strands will come out of the feed open­ing. It remains to remove them and con­tin­ue to work.

Note that in expen­sive meat grinders there may be no reverse, since it is not need­ed there at all — due to the high pow­er, all the cores are ground with­out any prob­lems.

Purpose of the electrical device

Man­u­fac­tur­ers offer cus­tomers two options for kitchen appli­ances for grind­ing meat.

  1. A tra­di­tion­al device that does not have addi­tion­al devices. Such a meat grinder has only one func­tion — it turns pieces of meat into ten­der minced meat.
  2. The mul­ti­func­tion­al device is equipped with numer­ous noz­zles for fine cut­ting of fruits, veg­eta­bles, for squeez­ing juice.

In addi­tion, the meat grinder can stuff arti­fi­cial or nat­ur­al cas­ings for sausages with minced meat, form cut­lets, meat tubes and oth­er prod­ucts.

Overload protection

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On the mar­ket, 90% (very rough esti­mate) of meat grinders are equipped with a motor pro­tec­tion sys­tem. To do this, use a spe­cial fuse that pro­tects the engine from over­heat­ing and huge loads. For exam­ple, if a bone is stuck in the auger, then the motor sim­ply wedges and stops rotat­ing. In this case, large over­loads occur, and the sys­tem stops work­ing. It can also turn off the motor when over­heat­ing is detect­ed.

Depend­ing on the mod­el, this sys­tem is imple­ment­ed in dif­fer­ent ways. The most com­mon method is block­ing using a fuse sleeve. When heat­ed or when it gets inside the bones, it bursts. Cir­cuit break­ers are less com­mon­ly used — plates that are in a closed state when the motor is run­ning. When the rota­tion stops, the flow of elec­trons to the plates increas­es great­ly, which forces them to open. As a result, the cir­cuit is inter­rupt­ed and pow­er is lost. After dis­con­nect­ing from the pow­er sup­ply, the cir­cuits return to their orig­i­nal posi­tion — you can recon­nect the work.

Addi­tion­al­ly, a spe­cial heat ele­ment may be present in the pro­tec­tion sys­tem, which mea­sures the tem­per­a­ture and turns off the engine if it exceeds the set lim­it.

Giv­en that the best elec­tric meat grinders are equipped with pro­tec­tion, this cri­te­ri­on is not key. How­ev­er, some cheap mod­els from Chi­nese brands can be sold with­out any pro­tec­tive sys­tem — they will work until the first over­heat­ing or jam­ming of the auger.

Time of continuous work

Speak­ing about how to choose the right elec­tric meat grinder, you should def­i­nite­ly pay atten­tion to this para­me­ter. Man­u­fac­tur­ers eval­u­ate the capa­bil­i­ties of the devel­oped devices and can guar­an­tee their sta­ble oper­a­tion for a cer­tain time. After that, the motor must be allowed to rest, oth­er­wise its resource is reduced.

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The cheap­est and “weak­est” meat grinders oper­ate con­tin­u­ous­ly for one minute. Mod­el Moulinex ME 209, for exam­ple, accord­ing to the man­u­fac­tur­er’s rec­om­men­da­tion, should work con­tin­u­ous­ly for no more than one minute. Dur­ing this time, the engine will warm up enough, and it should be allowed to cool for 10–15 min­utes. Dur­ing this time, the meat grinder will be able to process 1.7 kg of meat (pro­duc­tiv­i­ty), which in most cas­es is enough for home use.

The most pro­duc­tive and pow­er­ful sys­tems oper­ate up to 50 min­utes, but this is more true for pro­fes­sion­al equip­ment when a large amount of minced meat is required.

Bosch MFW 66020 (600 W) with a capac­i­ty of 3 kg / min can con­tin­u­ous­ly work for 15 min­utes, which will allow 45 kg of meat to be processed in one cycle.

Housing material

There are sev­er­al options for the exter­nal exe­cu­tion of meat grinders:

  1. Plas­tic. Inex­pen­sive mod­els are most­ly made of plas­tic. This is a durable mate­r­i­al that is easy to give the right col­or, so these mod­els look styl­ish. The dis­ad­van­tage is that it is eas­i­er to dam­age, so plas­tic devices require care­ful han­dling. Some­times the body is made of plas­tic with met­al inserts to improve the appear­ance and ease of main­te­nance.
  2. Met­al. Meat grinders with met­al hous­ings are more expen­sive, they are extreme­ly durable and heat resis­tant. Plus — in case of a short cir­cuit, the met­al case does not burn and does not emit a bad smell, unlike the plas­tic one.

The best house­hold elec­tric meat grinders have met­al cas­es, but there is noth­ing wrong with plas­tic ones. There are excel­lent and rather expen­sive mod­els made in plas­tic that have been work­ing effec­tive­ly for years with­out the slight­est prob­lem and loss of aes­thet­ic appear­ance.

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Noz­zles in the kit — a sep­a­rate issue. Man­u­fac­tur­ers for dif­fer­ent mod­els offer a stan­dard or extend­ed set of noz­zles. They expand the func­tion­al­i­ty and make a juicer out of an ordi­nary meat grinder, for exam­ple. The kit may include the fol­low­ing attach­ments:

  • For minced meat, for kebbe, for shred­ding, for cut­ting cook­ies, for cook­ing sausages, grater.

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  • Noz­zle for squeez­ing juice from oranges or auger — turns the meat grinder into a juicer. True, the effi­cien­cy of stan­dard juicers is always high­er.
  • Disks and molds for minced meat are almost always includ­ed in the kit.

If you do not have a juicer in your house, then it is advis­able to choose a meat grinder with noz­zles for squeez­ing juice, but you should not rely on effi­cien­cy. Still, meat grinders are designed for grind­ing meat. If there is a juicer in the house, then it makes no sense to over­pay for addi­tion­al noz­zles — choose a mod­el with­out a press and noz­zles for squeez­ing juice.

Reviews about electric meat grinders

Elec­tric meat grinders are very pop­u­lar among house­wives. This is due to the fact that mod­ern mod­els are capa­ble of per­form­ing a wide range of dif­fer­ent tasks: cook­ing minced meat, cut­ting veg­eta­bles and fruits, chop­ping nuts and much more.

The main advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of an elec­tric meat grinder for the home:


  • A wide vari­ety of mod­els with dif­fer­ent tech­ni­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics, avail­able options and pric­ing.
  • High pow­er and per­for­mance.
  • Sim­plic­i­ty and ease of use.
  • The process is auto­mat­ed, min­i­mal human inter­ven­tion is required — put all the ingre­di­ents into the appro­pri­ate com­part­ment.
  • The set includes a large num­ber of noz­zles and addi­tion­al acces­sories that sig­nif­i­cant­ly expand all the func­tion­al­i­ty of the device.
  • High qual­i­ty of the prod­uct obtained at the exit: uni­for­mi­ty of minced meat.


  • High price.
  • Depen­dence on elec­tric­i­ty.
  • High noise lev­el emit­ted dur­ing oper­a­tion.
  • Lim­it­ed ser­vice life, expen­sive repairs.
  • Large size and weight.


Now that you know how to choose the right elec­tric meat grinder for your home, you can choose the best mod­el. But the choice is still dif­fi­cult due to the abun­dance of offers on the mar­ket. Below is the sub­jec­tive rat­ing of meat grinders that have received pos­i­tive cus­tomer reviews.

1st place — Bosch MFW 45020

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The best offer on the mar­ket in mid-2021 is the Bosch MFW 45020 meat grinder worth 5,500 rubles. The mod­el with high qual­i­ty has great per­for­mance, it eas­i­ly process­es even veins, which makes it extreme­ly effec­tive.


  1. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty — 2.7 kg of meat per minute.
  2. Pow­er — 500 watts. At peak per­for­mance, it is pos­si­ble to increase the pow­er to 1600 W, but in this mode, long-term oper­a­tion is not allowed.
  3. There is a reverse sys­tem.

The meat grinder is made of plas­tic, although it looks like met­al. Its parts can be washed in the dish­wash­er, which sim­pli­fies the oper­a­tion process.


  1. Assem­bly with­out back­lash. The mod­el has a mono­lith­ic body, does not creak in use.
  2. No prob­lems with use. Even sinewy meat eas­i­ly turns into nor­mal minced meat.
  3. Reli­a­bil­i­ty — works for years with­out prob­lems.


  1. There is no retrac­tor for the cord — it is extreme­ly incon­ve­nient to fill it every time. At the same time, it is also short, which lim­its mobil­i­ty — you can only use a meat grinder near an out­let.
  2. There are iso­lat­ed com­plaints about the effec­tive­ness — some­times skips the veins.
  3. Noise is noth­ing with­out it.

Despite the short­com­ings, the meat grinder in its cat­e­go­ry is the best, it received the per­fect com­bi­na­tion of price and qual­i­ty, so most buy­ers are sat­is­fied.

2nd place — Kitfort KT-2101 (3000 rubles)

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Next in the rank­ing of the best home meat grinders is a mod­el from Kit­fort. It received a low rat­ed pow­er of 300 W, but a high peak pow­er of 1.5 kW. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty is only 1.2 kg / min, but giv­en the price, this is nor­mal.

The meat grinder also received a reverse sys­tem, effec­tive over­load pro­tec­tion and the fol­low­ing attach­ments:

  1. 2 discs for stuff­ing.
  2. For sausages, kebbe.

It is made of plas­tic, which makes it cheap. Based on the reviews, we high­light the pros and cons.


  1. Effi­cien­cy of work — copes with sinewy meat quite eas­i­ly.
  2. Low pow­er con­sump­tion.
  3. Styl­ish design
  4. Com­pact­ness.
  5. Rub­ber feet per­fect­ly fix the meat grinder on the sur­face and pre­vent it from mov­ing.
  6. Reli­a­bil­i­ty — works effec­tive­ly for years with­out break­downs.


  1. Small time of con­tin­u­ous work. It is unde­sir­able to let the meat grinder work for 1.5–2 min­utes with­out stop­ping — it starts to stink of plas­tic due to the heat­ing of the case.
  2. When using the prod­ucts, be sure to cut them into thin pieces, oth­er­wise they will not fit into the entry hole.
  3. The noise lev­el is above aver­age.
  4. Short pow­er cord.

This is a cool and com­pact meat grinder, which, with low pow­er con­sump­tion, received a fair­ly effi­cient motor. In its price cat­e­go­ry, Kit­fort KT-2101 is the best offer for 1–2 peo­ple.

3rd place — Panasonic MK-G1800PWTQ

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An expen­sive and reli­able mod­el for 14,000 rubles. At a high price, the meat grinder does not have unique char­ac­ter­is­tics, but it receives good respons­es.


  1. Pow­er — 330 W (max­i­mum — 1.8 kW).
  2. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty — 1.6 kg of meat per minute.
  3. There is a reverse sys­tem and engine pro­tec­tion.
  4. 3 mince discs includ­ed.
  5. Hous­ing made of plas­tic and met­al.
  6. Self-sharp­en­ing knives on the auger, which retain high effi­cien­cy even dur­ing long-term oper­a­tion.

This meat grinder is made in Japan, there­fore it is of extreme­ly high qual­i­ty. It has a sim­ple assem­bly with­out back­lash, slots, an effi­cient motor that can eas­i­ly cope with any veins.


  1. Do not wash in the dish­wash­er and in too hot water — this will dull the knives.
  2. High price.
  3. Mas­sive­ness and weight. This is the result of using high-qual­i­ty met­al and com­po­nents.
  4. Poor kit.

This is a harsh and reli­able unit with­out addi­tion­al func­tion­al­i­ty. There are no attach­ments that turn the mod­el into a juicer and so on, every­thing is “sharp­ened” for turn­ing meat into minced meat — the unit copes with this task bet­ter than oth­ers, there­fore its price is appro­pri­ate.

4th place — Philips HR2723/20

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Philips appli­ances are almost always reli­able and tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced, and this meat grinder is no excep­tion.


  1. Motor pow­er: 500 W (up to 1.8 kW at peak).
  2. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty: 2.3 kg/min.
  3. There is a reverse and pro­tec­tion of the motor against over­loads.
  4. Plas­tic case.
  5. A large set of attach­ments: grater, for sausages and shred­ders, kebbe.
  6. 3 disks for stuff­ing.

Buy­ers most­ly respond pos­i­tive­ly, but this does not mean that the meat grinder has not received flaws.


  1. Func­tion­al.
  2. Qui­et work.
  3. Large set of noz­zles.
  4. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and pow­er — eas­i­ly grinds minced meat with veins.


  1. There are com­plaints about dull knives ini­tial­ly. After pur­chase, they must be sharp­ened imme­di­ate­ly, oth­er­wise the effi­cien­cy of meat pro­cess­ing will upset.
  2. The design of the motor pro­tec­tion is weak — a plas­tic adapter is used here that con­nects the auger to the motor. Its break­down and the need to replace it is a mat­ter of time.

The man­u­fac­tur­er gives a 2‑year war­ran­ty for this prod­uct, which allows us to con­clude that it is reli­able. How­ev­er, this does not elim­i­nate the dis­ad­van­tage in the form of a plas­tic adapter, which wears off over time. And although this “con­sum­able” is designed to imple­ment pro­tec­tion against over­loads, even with­out them, it works with large amounts of work, so this mod­el is suit­able for small por­tions.

5th place — Kenwood MG-700

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Almost a pro­fes­sion­al unit, made in a ful­ly met­al case. But his price is appro­pri­ate — 14–15 thou­sand rubles.


  1. Pow­er — 800 W (max­i­mum — 2 kW).
  2. Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty — 3 kg of meat per minute.
  3. Over­load pro­tec­tion, reverse — yes.
  4. Oper­at­ing time with­out stop­ping — 20 min­utes.
  5. A set of noz­zles: for sausages, kebbe, discs for minced meat.

This is an excep­tion­al­ly pow­er­ful and silent meat grinder, which even at peak per­for­mance is not very noisy. It copes with large vol­umes, and in one approach is able to process 60 kg of meat. The mod­el is made in a durable met­al case with­out back­lash, squeaks, has a wide open­ing for load­ing meat, so it is not nec­es­sary to cut it into small pieces. Judg­ing by the reviews, the meat grinder has been work­ing with­out the slight­est prob­lem for 1.5 years and con­tin­ues to cope with large vol­umes even after a while.

Pos­si­ble lim­i­ta­tions:

  1. High price.
  2. There are com­plaints about the ill-con­ceived mech­a­nism for fix­ing the auger, because of which it even­tu­al­ly begins to hang out dur­ing oper­a­tion.
  3. Big sizes.
  4. The met­al case is cov­ered with a shiny var­nish, which is eas­i­ly and quick­ly scratched. As a result, the appear­ance dete­ri­o­rates.

The dis­ad­van­tage in the form of a “danc­ing” auger occurs simul­ta­ne­ous­ly with dif­fer­ent users, but 90% of buy­ers remain sat­is­fied with this prod­uct. Tak­ing into account the minus­es and the price, we put the mod­el in 5th place.

Features of modern models

Recent­ly, for ease of use and cre­at­ing safe oper­at­ing con­di­tions, man­u­fac­tur­ers of such equip­ment are try­ing to equip meat grinders with more pow­er­ful elec­tric motors (2 kW and above), as well as equip them with a reverse func­tion. In addi­tion, some mod­els (their com­po­nents) can be loaded into the dish­wash­er. In the man­u­fac­ture of a mechan­i­cal gear­box, gears made of poly­mer­ic mate­ri­als are increas­ing­ly used, and var­i­ous types of pro­tec­tion are used to pro­tect the elec­tric motor (against short-cir­cuit cur­rents and over­heat­ing, jam­ming and over­load, etc.).

For your infor­ma­tion! Mod­els equipped with poly­mer gears have a low­er noise lev­el than devices equipped with met­al coun­ter­parts, and they are also lighter.

Where could I buy

An impor­tant ques­tion: where to buy a good meat grinder. You can close the issue as quick­ly as pos­si­ble by vis­it­ing the near­est spe­cial­ized store. The best option, in terms of price-qual­i­ty ratio, is the option of buy­ing in the Aliex­press online store. Manda­to­ry long wait­ing times for parcels from Chi­na are a thing of the past, because now many goods are in inter­me­di­ate ware­hous­es in des­ti­na­tion coun­tries: for exam­ple, when order­ing, you can select the “Deliv­ery from the Russ­ian Fed­er­a­tion” option:

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