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Hario MM-2 Coffee Grinder, Small

by Hario
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  • Ceramic burr
  • Hand cranked
  • Wooden body
  • Stainless steel handle
  • Easy to clean
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Product Description

This rustic small hand grinder by Hario has a ceramic burr with large teeth. The lid is held on magnetically and the grounds collect in a removable wooden compartment.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.1 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004QWMAII
  • Item model number: MM-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,866 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Perfect for a 10 oz. cup of coffee.
Amanda
It does as good a job as I'd expect any manual grinder to do, and it's very pleasant in use.
Matthew Weigel
The grinding size is very easily adjustable.
Bradley

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90 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Weigel on January 10, 2013
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What to expect from a manual coffee grinder: I bought this after looking at a lot of them, and there are probably two important things to know before you buy one. First, there is some manual labor involved with grinding, with more work the finer the grind (and the more the coffee). Second, because of this, most manual grinders are sized to make a few cups of coffee at most. If you enjoy taking your time making coffee, and only want a cup or two, manual grinders are appropriate. If you are trying to make a big pot for guests or rushing out the door with your coffee, manual grinders aren't going to make you happy.

Now, on to this model in particular. It looks very nice, and I think the wooden box will age nicely. The handle is much longer than it appears in the picture, which makes grinding a breeze, and as mentioned in the product description there is a magnet in the drawer that keeps it securely fastened under the burrs while you're grinding. There is also a plastic cover for the hopper to keep beans from jumping out while grinding. Finally, it has rubber feet to stick securely to the counter while grinding. These are all nice touches that are mostly missing in the cheaper wooden box grinders out there. The grind setting is very adjustable, but there isn't any easy way to track where it is which would be a pain if you change it very often (switching between French press and drip, or drip and Moka pot, etc.). However, I'm not sure any manual grinders are good at this; it's much easier to keep track of settings on an electric grinder.

How is the coffee grind? For pour over coffee, it does a pretty good job.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Alan Appel on June 25, 2013
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The Hario MM-2 grinds evenly, and it is the right size for making one or two cups at a time for drip coffee through paper filters.
It will be difficult with any small grinder like this to hold the base solidly while grinding. I use it mostly on weekends and enjoy the physical process of grinding, but would probably look for a larger, heavier model if I was using it more frequently or grinding much finer. The magnet in the back that holds the drawer in place is a neat addition.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kristin on January 2, 2014
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This is a fantastic small grinder that can grind a deceivingly large amount of grounds. When the hopper is full of beans, you wind up with enough grounds to brew a pretty strong 10-cup pot. We like a coarse grind and are pleased with the quality and consistency of the grind. The grind compares nicely to my boyfriend's father's antique hand grinder which was passed down from his grandfather - you can't really tell the difference between the grind when we compared them side by side. The quality of the brew is outstanding, too!

This is definitely a superb burr grinder for the price. We'll see how it holds up to regular use.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jenelle Ford on August 19, 2014
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Works great. The wood box that the coffee falls into was smelly though. Still trying to get the smell out. The handle is loose and may break off at some point but...

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There are now metal shavings inside the hopper and box. Apparently the metal shafts inside are grinding together and shaving off. Being returned after less than a month's use.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo Almeida on February 4, 2014
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I liked the quality and finish, robust and well done product. What I disliked? I bought it thinking of a Japan made product, at the end, a clear "made in china" label is stamped at the bottom of the box.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By P. Williams on November 24, 2013
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I bought this as a quiet alternative to my old electric burr grinder. I tend to wake early and this hand grinder prevents me from waking my family. I've had this for almost a year and it is holding up well to high daily use.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jenna DeNardo on March 4, 2014
I got this HARIO grinder instead of the Skerton or Slim Grinder models, because it's so great looking. :)

I found a review online, after I had bought it, that talked about a HARIO grinder that didn't create an even coarse grind, because of the adjustable part (forgive my lack of knowledge of coffee grinder terminology) adjusting up, so that gravity and the weight of your hand on the handle could make it wobble and not keep a consistent distance from the other part. Awesomely, this grinder adjusts down for a coarser grind and so gravity and the weight of your hand works with you in keeping the ceramic parts at a consistent distance. :) Yay!

I had to carefully play around a little to figure out how it adjusts, but it's really very simple. It adjusts by taking the handle and locking nut off and screwing it up or down, basically. :)

The handle is a very comfortable length, it's a little longer than it looks in the picture. And it's really not very hard at all, at least not grinding a very coarse grind.

One time I had a problem getting it to work when I was turning the handle the wrong direction- counter clockwise. *facepalm*

I got it to use along with a Bodum french press. I've made two batches so far and neither had any trouble with the filter getting clogged.

Anyway, I think it's great! :) Thank you, HARIO!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Makarchuk on April 23, 2014
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Through trial and error I quickly found my preferred grind setting for a French press. Locking mechanism prevents setting from inadvertently slipping out of place. Produces consistent grinds every time. For one 16 ounce cup of coffee I fill the hopper about a quarter inch from the top. For me, this is the perfect amount to brew a med/strong (large) cup of coffee.

The only reason for not giving a five star rating is because the catcher is somewhat small in proportion to the size of the hopper. If the hopper is filled to the top, the grinder will produce approximately 25% more coffee than the catcher can hold, at least at the medium to coarse setting I use. This means the catcher has to be emptied once before the hopper is emptied. Not a deal breaker though.

Overall I really like this grinder. It seems to be fairly well made and the magnet that keeps the catcher drawer in place is a nice touch. I would purchase again.

**update** Just noticed the price has increased by $10 over what I paid back in February. I probably would still purchase again but the current selling price of $46.50 seems a tad high.
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