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Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill Skerton Storage Capacity (100g)
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- Small, lighweight and portable
- The ideal grinder for the coffee enthusiast
- Perfect for both the traveler and the home coffee connoisseur
- Easy to use, easy to clean
- Consistent grind for perfect, fresh coffee
- Small, lightweight, and portable
- The Skerton is the ideal hand grinder for the traveling coffee enthusiast, or the home enthusiast on a limited budget
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This durable and compact coffee mill provides perfect grinding control for your chosen brewing method. Ceramic conical burrs don't produce the heat that can adversely affect your coffee's essential oils, and have no metal odor and will never rust. Burrs easily adjust to produce a range of grind sizes, from superfine espresso to coarse for French press brewing. Mill bottom twists off for easy access to ground coffee. Ergonomically designed crank handle is removable for compact storage and easy travel. Detachable base holds whole coffee beans, detaches and seals with included lid to store coffee and keep it fresh. No-slip rubber base keeps the mill in place during grinding. 3½" diam. x 7½" h. Glass bottom is dishwasher safe, wipe clean with damp cloth the top portion with grinder. Made in Japan.
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BTW: I didn't notice any of the other reviewers mention this, but the jar that you grind into is the same thread exactly as Mason-type canning jars. Handy for future reference, if this one ever breaks. Also, we grind into the jar that came with, and then store the grinding unit on a small Mason jam jar (to protect the ceramic burrs), and use the lid that came with the grinder to keep the coffee fresh (a full jar - two hopperfuls - makes 4 Moka pots of coffee for us... enough for a day)
Update: I bought this wee grinder back in September 2014... thought I'd take a moment to let y'all know that two years later she still grinds a minimum of a full hopper a day, every day. Thought for sure I was gonna wear it out long before this, but frankly, I suspect I'm stuck with my Hario! There was a time back there where I had a batch of wild ethiopian beans that were light-roasted and hard as rocks that I thought for sure the burrs would give up, but nope: got through them. Heck, I even still have the original glass jar that came with it, and use *it* every day for the grinding... it is easier to hold than any mason jars I have around here.
If you don't mind spending a few minutes as needed to do a bit of manual work and make a bit of noise (not as loud as an electric, but hey, yopu ARE smashing up some hard material, so...), you just simply won't go wrong with this tool.
If you know what you're looking for with a manual grinder, the Hario is among the best there is. If you just want coffee ground fast and aren't picky about coarseness and speed is paramount for you, an electric grinder is still probably your best route. For us, this was the perfect alternative.
- Produces extremely even grind
- Sturdy product
- Rubber lid to avoid spillage while grinding
- Lid to keep leftovers fresh
- Takes around 5 min. or work to get 1 cup of coffee worth of ground coffee
The only complaint I have and the only reason I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 is that my hand is a bit to small to hold it comfortably. I wear a size 7-9 glove and the neck the grinder is JUST too big so I find I have to put it down all the time. If you are a woman with small hands this might not be right for you but all of my friends (male and females - and trans) had no problems, just me.
Also the plastic you see on the bottom of the glass is really rubber to help hold it down but it can pop off easily for washing so really there's nowhere outside dirt can build up over time.
Most recent customer reviews
Feeling super hipster? Grab a Hario Ceramic Mill Coffee Grinder. You won't regret it. Using machines is soooo mainstream. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Tim Jacobs
I wouldn't want to adjust it often for different uses, but once I got it set right for my french press, I was really happy with it. I find the grinding easy - not too strenuous. Read morePublished 1 day ago by A. Gray
This coffee grinder was purchased for my husband when his electric one broke. We are off the grid so I thought a hand grinder would save a few watts and I am sure it does. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Pam J
My wife says that she quite likes this product. It seems to be of good build quality and very much useful in our household!Published 20 days ago by ModelEngine
Good product. I've only had it for a couple days but so far so good. Feels like a quality product and does not feel cheap.Published 23 days ago by Thirdy
Quality and great grind control. A slow process if you are running out the door, but worth it if a fresh brew makes your day.Published 1 month ago by Copperhead