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Hario "Canister" Ceramic Coffee Mill

by Hario
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  • No slip rubber cover at bottom
  • Capacity : Makes 120g
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to Clean
  • Imported from Japan
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 7.4 x 4.3 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003EEGDSM
  • Item model number: CMHC-4C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,059 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Hario's answer to the old fashioned coffee grinder. In Japanese, Hario means "King of Glass". Known Worldwide for fine quality products.


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Customer Reviews

Fine grind has even consistency.
c.c.
Yes, the box and the instructions have just a few words written in English which is hysterical but it was very easy to figure out.
JJ
Not only is the grinder good looking, it works very well!
Lynn Hunter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Laura Leslie on April 7, 2012
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I had previously bought the Norpro Coffee Grinder - mostly for the price, manual use and old-fashioned look. It was a disaster. Within a month a piece of metal broke out of the inside and the extremely coarse ground coffee now was barely ground, almost whole, coffee beans! This Hario Coffee Mill was my next purchase and worth the money spent! I have never seen such finely ground coffee! The machine is easy to use and looks great! The copper fits in with my kitchen perfectly! Downside - the instruction manual is not in English! Thankfully, this grinder is self explanatory. Put the rubber base on the bottom, attach the handle and don't forget to remove the cork stopper inside the canister area before grinding! I love the sealed glass canister for storing extra ground coffee for the next day. It also comes with a hard plastic domed "dust cover" that rests on top with a notch cutout for the handle. They don't show you that in the picture. Nice feature! Highly recommended!
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2012
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I decided to stop drinking sodas in the morning, for my caffine, and start drinking coffee instead. I like the coffee beans that you grind in the store because they taste far better than most other coffees. But I heard that you can tell a real difference in taste from freshly ground beans. And I had already decided to buy a French Press.

So, I've been grinding coffee with this little grinder for a couple of weeks now. Seems like a lot of people consider a manual coffee grinder as a "decoration" rather than a machine to get a job done. I was real worried that this thing would be "flimsy" and chose it because it "looked" to be better constructed than a lot of other coffee grinders. I was not disappointed. The canister is glass, so it's fragile - of course, but the grinder is metal and ceramic and solid enough that I imagine I'll be using this thing for many years to come on a daily basis.

It's pretty easy to adjust for different coarseness of the grind. I've been doing a pretty thick grind for the French Press and it's done a pretty good job with that. I think it's opening and closing the gap where it grinds, nothing too mechanically complicated. When you open it up quite a bit it starts giving you large chunks of the beans, but I can't imagine anyone needing a grind that coarse anyway. Personally, I'm thinking of trying a finer grind rather than a more coarse grind.

The rubber piece on the bottom is something that you put on, rather than a permenant piece. I'm not sure what it's for unless your cabinet is pretty slick.

I was worried that it would be cumbersome or difficult to grind the coffee. It's not. Waiting for water to boil in the microwave to use the French Press is a bigger "burden" than grinding the coffee.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By 5centss on August 1, 2012
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I recently purchased this grinder to replace my blade grinder, despite the lack of comprehensive reviews comparing this particular burr grinder to other more notable ones, like the Skerton. Especially since the Canister resembles the Skerton (not to mention that they are both produced by Hario), I was a bit wary of purchasing something that might have similar design flaws, i.e. unstable grinding action, inconsistent ground size, etc. The Canister's aesthetics, design specifications, and positive reviews here were enough for me to take the plunge.

To my considerable relief and pleasure, the Canister is simply amazing. The grounds are consistent in size, the rotating action is pleasurably resistant, and the grinder itself is sturdy and well-made. My coffee is richer and more delicate.

To address some of the concerns expressed before: 1) as with anything that has a rotating handle longer in radius than the base that supports it, there is a bit of wobble and bit of associated fumbling. Simply press down on the lid with the non-action hand to stabilize, and make sure that a bit of upper body weight is supplementing the action hand's rotating force. Expect the errant bean to cause some jarring, but I think that's part of the fun. 2) I think it's part of the charm and non-trivial effort associated with hand-grinding your beans to experiment with grind settings. As such, with analog machines like this, switching between grind settings takes work, but the work doesn't have to be tedious or painful. Count the threads above the locking nut to move between grinds if necessary. I screw the nut down pretty far for my Chemex, then unscrew at least three threads up for french press.

The Canister is a luxury, to be sure.
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Kevin K. on September 22, 2012
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I originally had the Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder which I loved, and needed to buy a second grinder (I ended up showing my dad the joys of having freshly ground coffee and don't have the heart to take my coffee grinder away from him). I wanted another hand grinder but wanted something with a bit more style. I ended up getting this one since it's the same brand as the one I had and it also had pretty solid reviews. Plus it looked pretty. I have two issues with it though.

One of which I can't really fault this unit for, it's just a peril of getting a grinder of this style; when I grind a really light roast, the beans are a bit harder and they'll occasionally make the whole mill 'stutter' which can send beans flying all over the countertop.
My main issue with this grinder however, is that the middle column is only held in place at a single point, so when I'm grinding a coarse grind, the middle grinding stone wobbles around quite a lot which leads to a very inconsistant grind. Since nobody else commented on this in any of the other reviews, I tried looking around to see if I was somehow doing something wrong, but from what I could tell, it looks like it's just a flaw in the design.

Basically, unless I was in fact just doing something wrong with the grinder, or if you only want a finer coffee grind (in which case this grinder works great for that), I sadly can't really recommend this grinder.
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