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Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill Skerton Storage Capacity (100g)

4.5 out of 5 stars 278 customer reviews
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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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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 40.6 x 27.9 x 33 cm ; 567 g
  • Shipping Weight: 621 g
  • Item model number: MSCS-2TB
  • ASIN: B001802PIQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 28 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 278 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #95 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

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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The Grinder arrived quickly and is a GIGANTIC improvement over the blade grinder we've been using. It really doesn't take much time to grind enough for one pot and the consistency of grounds is really impressive. No more silty-sludge in my French Press coffee! I was a little annoyed at the packaging of the grinder, it did come in retail packaging and appears to be new but the grinder was completely dismantled and rattling around in the box. I was really upset and though that the washer was "missing" and couldn't assemble the grinder but we later found it in the packaging. It was easy to miss as it was small (about 1cm), flat and clear plastic. This washer is required for the assembly so make sure you don't misplace it. Also, the grinder boasts that the parts are all ceramic/metal but obviously this is not the case for the plastic washer. You'd think it would be metal as well. Overall this has met and exceeded my expectations, just be careful when you're unpacking it to make sure you don't toss any parts away!
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It works very well but it's very slow: I would not recommend this to anyone looking to grind espresso who doesn't have a lot more patience than I do. It's great for French press grind, though, and extremely well made. The only issue I had was that there really should be a split washer between the handle and the nut holding it on. The nut loosens in use and you have to stop every 100 turns or so and tighten it.
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first up: apologies to all the coffee aficionados. We use a thirty dollar basket filter drip that is programmable, which is nice because getting up for work when the coffee is ready is much nicer than getting up for work and finding that the coffee is NOT ready. During the week we use cans of pre-ground coffee that we usually buy on sale. I know. ... I know. This is morning wake up go to work coffee we're talking about. Most of it goes into a travel mug (thermos brand - I've had it for five years and it's fantastic) and it's only function is to get enough caffeine into my system so that I'm aware enough to commute.

So the grinder is for weekend coffee. Weekend coffee is for waking up slow. lingering over breakfast. reading the paper. watching the sports highlights. listening to the radio. we aren't too fussy about the roast - trying different kinds is kind of like trying a different craft beer. you might like it, you might not - but at least you tried.
I have small hands, so the non-grip thing doesn't matter to me. My hands aren't strong enough to hold it securely on the table while grinding. I tend to hold the grinder between my knees and steady it with one hand. A few minutes of grinding and we have enough ground coffee for a pot. The most convenient feature for me is that the tops fit on a mason jar - which I didn't think would be a big deal - but now it is. It only took a few minutes of fiddling to settle on a grind that we felt was good enough for us and I really enjoy the aroma of the beans as I grind. It's a simple design, simple to operate; and we like the output. I researched for about three days and found this grinder mentioned favourably in several languages, on several websites. I would get this as a gift, I would get this again for myself. I think it's a fair price for the quality of the burr.
Happy Coffee drinking :)
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We love our coffee mill from Hario. Strong sturdy design. Practical lid to keep it shut and fresh after grinding. The smell and taste of our coffee beans after grinding is extrodinary. The grind size is adjustable. We grind fresh coffee everyday. It does take quite a few churns, but it's worth it and perfect for a two person coffee drinker household. Great for traveling. NO need for a plug. Just grind away!
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Works like a charm, and very satisfying grinding by hand. We've had it about a month now, and love it. Takes about 3-5 minutes to fill the jar.

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)
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I've been using this grinder for over a year and I'm very happy with it. I like making my coffee in a French press and the conical burr produces much more consistent results than the stainless steel blade grinder I was using before. I like that this grinder uses standard mason jar threads and how everything comes apart easily for cleaning.

It is annoying when you're trying to find the right grind size because you're disassembling and reassembling the mechanism to adjust it. But I bought this for around $35, if I wanted a more convenient adjustment method I'd probably have to go electric and pay at least another $100 on top. In that respect I won't fault this grinder but instead praise its simplicity and effectiveness. I would recommend this grinder.
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A lot of fussing involved to get the grind right. I don't have the time or the patience, especially at 4am, to deal with the grinding. I'll keep it for an emergency but I bit the bullet and bought a Baratza Virtuoso.
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