|Product Dimensions||18.54 x 11.43 x 8.13 cm; 317.51 Grams|
|Special Features||Cordless, Manual|
|Item Weight||318 g|
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- Manual coffee grinder using burrs made of ceramic
- Burrs make for a more consistent grind that’s easily adjustable and set for repeat use
- Ceramic burrs don't transfer heat and shave the coffee beans vs cracking the beans like blade grinders
- 2 Cup Capacity
- Handwash only
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Enjoy the taste of freshly ground coffee at home any time ceramic mortar has no odor, does not rust. The coarse powder is adjustable simply by turning the knob, also, you can calibrate the amount of ground through the transparent bottle. When not in use, you can store the grinder without the handle. Secure design makes for easier grinding. Easy to clean with disassembled parts, slim design saves space.
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there are three options, it will take a while to figure out how to grind to your size, the smallest being like sand, the largest being like salt.
Very handy travel and take around. Perfectly small but powerful!
The grinding before it was even working was inconsistent and failed to be what i wanted it to be even after playing with different settings.
Feel like a waste of money.
Decent performance for its price.
Better than buying preground beans.
Nice arm exercise for waking up in the morning
If the grind size adjuster is too tight, you will start grinding bits of the ceramic off. DON"T DO IT
Many components and a pain to wash. I only wash if I am going to change beans.
But when you're camping, and you need that special brew using your aeropress and your usual electric grinder and espresso machine are back at home, well, what are you going to do?
Product is well put together, and the ground coffee tips out easily and completely.
Few notes: 1, grind on a flat surface and hold it there, you will get better consistency. 2, you can count the number of threads, if you want to come back to a certain ground size
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I never bothered reading the instructions. It was a "suck it and see" approach with a few beans and a bit of a fiddly adjustment from the bottom. For me this is no great issue. I only needed to set it up once since I only ever grind for the cafeteria.
The grinder seems to be well made - but it is designed for grinding speeds a normal human being can produce. I can confirm that if you grind too fast (for instance if you attach a drill - even at the slower drill speeds) the grinder will overheat and start falling apart. Obviously I am not silly enough to do this. I just happen to been a relative of The Flash.
That said: this is my second Hario Slim mill. We have one at home that we use for our morning coffee, and I bought one for my office. I've had no trouble with the handle slipping off or not fitting the hex nut on top. I haven't attempted to disassemble either unit - I use a paper towel to wipe out the hopper and transparent grounds container after I finish a bag of beans.
And my take? I love these affordable little grinders. It takes about a minute to grind enough for one cup - enough time to earn you some curious looks from your colleagues - but it's really not that onerous. It's easy to use and clean, and makes for a really delicious cup of coffee.