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Kyocera Black Ceramic Coffee Grinder

by Kyocera

Price: $49.95 & FREE Shipping
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  • Zirconium Oxide ceramic grinding mechanism
  • Close in hardness to a diamond
  • Glass body and black lid
  • Hand crank operation
  • Adjustable for fine to coarse grinds
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003S824UK
  • Item model number: CM-50 CF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,743 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Grind and brew fresh coffee right at home with this coffee grinder from Kyocera. Fabricated from Zirconium Oxide ceramic, the grinding mechanism is close in hardness to a diamond and will never rust. It has a glass body and a black lid, as well as a classic hand crank operation. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup, the grinder is adjustable from fine to coarse and has a non-slip base that ensures stability.

7-3/4" L x 4" W x 5-1/4" H


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Very solid and robust & overall it seems very well designed / made.
B. Mcdaniel
The mechanism is easy to assemble/disassemble which makes for easy cleaning and very simple adjustment.
Hillndale
Once the grind was set it held without having to re-adjust for the entire trip.
Clapton Fan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. james cady on July 8, 2011
The grinder works like a charm and is fully adjustable by turning the adjusting gear clock-wise to tighten for fine grinds and counterclock-wise to loosen for course grinds. Grinds easily without much energy and does not need electricity so it can be taken anywhere with you and easily taken apart for travel and/or washing.

Here's a normal process of how to use the grinder....

Step 1: unscrew the top bolt, remove the handle and finally the locking piece.

step 2: adjust the grinder by turning the gear at the top clock-wise or counterclock-wise. There is no way to accurately measure the grinding so you'll have to rely on how many turns use for the grind you prefer.

step 3: replace the locking piece, handle and top screw and start grinding!

you'll have to spend a few moments taking it apart and replacing the pieces back on till you get the grind you're looking for if you're using a French Press like me, typically 1-1/2 full turns counterclock-wise from closed position.

overall:...It's my first grinder and burr grinder as well, was looking for something that does not require electricity since most electrical grinders will have parts that burn out at some point in time, and lack of electricity will allow you to take it anywhere. The grinder itself is made of good ceramic made in Japan and is minimal in actual moving parts, so it is a grinder that will do a good job and for long time, compared to other ungodly high priced electrical burr grinders that will eventually burn out on you...for less than $50 this will last you a long time and give you the grinds your looking for in any type of coffee, if you're willing to spend a few minutes fiddling with it. I'm very happy with it!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Mcdaniel on June 23, 2010
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I got this to grind whole peppercorns in larger volumes for pepper coating steaks, making home made Cajun blackening preparations, and other pepper based BBQ rubs. I just tried it, and it works great for my uses! The grinding capacity is pretty good (about 1 cup) and the efficiency is acceptable (less than 2-3 minutes to grind about a cup to a medium fine grind). Grinding effort was a little more than I expected (based on experience with table top pepper mills) but still acceptable. The crank arm is long enough to give good leverage and not too long to make cranking speed / movement a big sweeping effort. It does not feel loose, flimsy or weak when used. Very solid and robust & overall it seems very well designed / made. The design of the burr has larger fluted channels at the top and allows larger grind-able items such as whole nutmeg (pea sized) to fall easily into the conical burr for grinding. It is straightforward & easy to adjust the coarseness of the grind, and I was more than satisfied with the fine to coarse range for my needs. The design makes it almost impossible for the grind fineness to change much during grinding too. The whole thing is made of materials (glass / stainless steel / ceramic/ sturdy plastic) that can go through the dishwasher (even says it in the instructions) which will make cleaning up between various peppercorn batches a breeze (so my white pepper grinds don't get contaminated with oils and fines from the black pepper or green pepper batches). The collection jar has an extra little screw on lid that is a nice touch, and it included a little soft (silicone) rubber skirt to go around the bottom of the jar to help keep the whole setup from skidding around on the counter when you crank on it.Read more ›
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By V. Ovchinnikov on October 7, 2010
I bought the Kyocera as a backup grinder to use for espresso in a Pavoni lever machine, and will attest to its poor quality. This grinder is a very close replica of the Hario Skerton, which I also own, and would recommend as a budget grinder. The Kyocera looks cheaper than the Hario; the plastic bean holder has many rough edges, which is, however, only a cosmetic problem. The real problem was that the axle on which the inner burr sits is poorly manufactured, so that (1) it is not straight and (2) it is not threaded properly. This results in the inner burr not rotating around its center when you grind. Not only does this cause damage to the burrs, but it makes getting a uniform grind impossible. I considered bending the axle in a vise, but this would not fix the threading problem. I will admit that for $45, it is an attractive portable/travel grinder, and I am satisfied with the Hario, which, again, appears to be of somewhat better quality. However, with the defects that I have seen on my unit, the $45 was thrown away.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael E. Hensley on January 21, 2011
I have used manual type metal Burr Grinders for years, No More Metal ones for me. This unit with it's Ceramic grinding unit is the best. Fully tightened down and back 1/2 notch it will make powder of Gevalia and Dunkin Doughnut coffee beans. I have now used to grind about 5 bags of coffee and grind is always perfect. I even like the little metal bar that locks the grind adjuster, Most grinders do not have this and always the adjuster comes loose, But not with this unit.
Well thought out and a perfect grind.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Joseph E. Sacco on February 1, 2011
The product description states:

"Great for Turkish coffee, salt, pepper, green tea & sesame seeds too!"

The CM-50 CF is *not* great for Turkish coffee. The fine setting is *not* fine enough. Some additional web research suggests that another model, the CM-45 CF, is better suited for making the fine grind necessary for Turkish coffee. Unfortunately, this model is not readily available in the United States.

-Joseph
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