Ceramic Burr Manual Coffee Grinder – Review

I have never used a manual coffee grinder before, so I have nothing to compare this one to. Here is what I found after several weeks of using it. Some links may contain an affiliate link where I may make a very small profit at no additional cost to you.

  • Easy to use.
  • Durable. No cheap parts.
  • Easy to clean. 
  • Small enough to store the grinder anywhere and glass bowl doesn’t take up hardly any room in my cupboard.
  • Fresh ground coffee tastes so good. 

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  • I loved that the grinds drop right down into the bowl that you will store them in. Just unscrew the grinder and put on the lid. No transferring of the grinds at all. Very nice and convenient. 
  • The bowl is glass and the lid seals tight.

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  • Adjusting the ground size was easier than I expected. Just a little turn of the wheel one way or the other for coarse or fine. 
  • Rubber gripper for the bottom of glass bowl was very helpful to prevent slipping around while cranking the handle.
  • The handle is very easy to turn while grinding. My daughter loved doing it and didn’t have a hard time at all.

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  • I honestly haven’t found anything I dislike about it. 
  • I’ve used the grounds in a regular coffee pot, as well as in a reusable k-cup in my Keurig. 
  • Everything about it lightweight. 
  • Easy to clean.
  • You can also grind things like pepper, sea salt and spices. I have not tried them, but thought I’d mention it. If you happen to use things other than coffee frequently, this grinder is inexpensive enough you might want a 2nd one. Not sure if you’d get a cross-taste of flavors or not from using the same one for everything. 

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Here’s a link to the video to see how it all works. 

Have you ever used a manual coffee grinder? I’m hooked and use mine all the time now.


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