- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
- ASIN: B00JZC01BM
- Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,457 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Francois et Mimi Manual Ceramic Coffee Bean Grinder (Black)
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- Uniform, Adjustable Grinds
- Non-slip base, Glass Canister
- Quick and Easy Set-up and Disassembly
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Top Customer Reviews
My only complaint is that the grinder part has no lid and a little coffee frequently flies out onto the counter.
Also, I plan to acquire a small tray to catch the coffee that falls off when one removes the grinder from the decanter and sets it down while removing ground coffee.
This is my second hand grinder. I thoroughly enjoy the coffee. I can recommend this one.
Doesn't chop and mangle like electronic grinders, actually GRINDS the beans. Comes with an extra jar, which will be nice if the primary one ever breaks.
It comes with a nice second glass bowl and lid which you can use to store excess ground coffee or spare beans. I find this very convenient as it allows me to use the second bowl while the other gets to completely air dry after washing.
This is the first manual grinder I've used so not sure if this is inherent in them, or not, but it does finer grinds very consistently ... not so consistent with coarse grinding.
Only short-coming that I noticed is no lid on top of the grinder bowl and bean bits do fly out during the grinding process. I made a lid out of a spare plastic container cover - you'll just need to make one small hole in the center of the plastic lid for the main spindle and one smaller hole for the locator arm that fixes the grind adjuster wheel in place. You'll see what I'm talking about if you get this unit. The lid I used was off of some container that originally had something else in it ... not quite margarine bowl size so not sure what the container originally came with. Being thin / flexible plastic, I was able to make the perfect sized holes very easily with just a hot nail (melted the holes). It works great - no more airborne coffee bits flying around the kitchen counter when I grind my morning coffee.
Overall, I'm very happy with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased the original Hario grinder and loved it so much I thought this knock-off would be just as good. Not even close. You can see the difference in quality immediately. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David in USA
Great idea but crushed bean pieces fly out when you get down to the last few. It's like they get excited and need to jump out of the crusher and onto the counter top. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TravelingCello
I purchased this grinder last year and it worked ok at grinding coffee. I didn't use it very often though, maybe a total of 10-15 times. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alysha Troxell
takes forever to grind and don't bother washing it; water stays and makes it even harder to grind... better off getting something automated.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The grinder is used every day at the office, heavily used and it is holding up.
gives a consistent size of ground coffee every time and is convenient to set up.
Product works perfectly as described. However you may notice after a session of grinding, your hand holding the stationary canister may grow quickly tired. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. BOMAN
It is not work at all. Beans do not go through the cut. Keep the jar for storage.Published 8 months ago by bonita
nothing wrong with the grinder, it just takes a really long time to grind enough at a size fine enough for espresso (20 minutes for a double shot worth)Published 8 months ago by UtilityEngineer