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Wonder Junior Deluxe Hand Grain / Flour Mill by Wondermill

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  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Burr grinder works with wet/oily grains; legumes, coffee, garbanzos, seeds, nuts, etc.
  • Powder-coated for easy cleanup
  • Large octagon hopper fills easily and holds more than 1 quart
  • World's only patented dual clamp secures to surfaces up to 2" thick, will not slip like other mills.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 7 x 13.5 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0026S3K42
  • Item model number: Deluxe
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,688 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Limited Lifetime Warranty Burr grinder works with wet/oily grains; legumes, coffee, garbanzos, seeds, nuts, etc. Powder-coated for easy cleanup Large octagon hopper fills easily and holds more than 1 quart World's only patented dual clamp secures to surfaces up to 2" thick, will not slip like other mills.


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Customer Reviews

The stone burrs are best for grinding flour.
Konrad Haskins
I don't see any reason that this will wear out or fail to perform in anyway, even with repeated uses, looks like it will last and work for a very long time.
Renocoyote
This company does have good customer service hence the updated 4 stars.
Joe Stout

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291 of 296 people found the following review helpful By Leila on December 6, 2010
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Here's what I wanted in a mill:
1. The ability to grind very fine flour.
2. A mill that could be cleaned well enough to grind gluten-free flours after grinding wheat.
3. A hand-powered mill to have on hand for emergency preparedness.

Since I couldn't afford 3 separate mills, I settled on the Wonder Junior Deluxe.
Here's how it met my requirements:
1. This mill can grind a very fine flour, but only if you grind it coarsly, then again on a finer setting. The problem with this is the second grind takes a VERY long time. Doing a single grind, I was able to grind 4 cups of hard red winter wheat into bread flour in 20 minutes. I was grinding like I was trying to set a world record though, just to see how fast I could physically grind wheat. I do not grind this fast on a regular basis. For comparison, I'm a relatively small female, and not in the greatest shape, but even my husband had trouble keeping up that pace. My four-year old can't even turn the handle. We thought the single-grind flour made gritty, heavy, bread, so I've been double grinding. It takes me about an hour and a half to grind the same 4 cups of wheat berries into fine flour, putting it through the mill twice. I do the first grind as coarse as possible, but still cracking the grain, hoping that the larger particles will feed through faster.

2. This mill can be cleaned well, but I had to use a Waterpik to get all of the wheat out of the auger. At least this mill can be washed - some can't. It is not very easy to wash, and I have to let it dry overnight before using it again. However, if you're not worried about gluten contamination, you don't need to do much more than just brush it off between uses.

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199 of 203 people found the following review helpful By Konrad Haskins on July 23, 2009
If money is no object the country living mill is better and twice as expensive. The other well known mill in this price range is Lehman's "Our Best Grain Mill." I've owned a Lehman's best for 16 years. It's inferior in every way. The hopper is a plastic funnel stuck in a hole and will fall off if you look at it wrong. The Wondermill Junior hopper that holds the grain is an integral part of the body. The Lehman's Best Grain Mill metal burrs are cast iron and subject to rusting. The WM Jr metal burrs are stainless steel, the Deluxe also includes stone burrs. The Lehman's clamp is an inferior one screw design. The WM Jr is secure with a soldid two screw clamp design.

If the deluxe is out of your budget there is also the less expensive basic and the only difference is you do not get the stainless steel burrs (just the stone burrs) and you do not get the clamp, you can screw it to a table. Both items can be added later. The stone burrs are best for grinding flour.

Yes the WM JR does a great job of grinding everything from wheat for flour to making peanut butter with the stainless steel burrs.
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Kurt on May 14, 2011
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Before I decided to purchase this grain mill, I had been looking at a few different hand mills and some electric models. The Country Living hand mill was out because it was too expensive. I considered the Victorio for a long time because of its economical cost, but after reading many reviews, I concluded that it wouldn't necessarily grind flour as fine as I would like and that it was not as sturdy as others. I considered various electric models, as well, but was concerned about two things with those: the noise they make was a big concern, and the way they heat the flour when they grind it was also a concern (but not an especially significant one). I ultimately decided on this mill because I have long preferred human-powered to electrical devices when there is a good option available; I also liked the versatility this offered in having both the stone and the steel grinders.

After about two months of almost weekly use, I would say that this mill is excellent at what it does, but the effort required to turn it when grinding grains means that it is not one everyone will appreciate. Before I bought this mill, I was a little perplexed by the widely divergent information here about how long it takes to grind a cup of flour. I didn't know whose review to believe, but I found a video review on the Breadtopia website which compared this mill to several electronic models. That video review said it took about 8 or 9 minutes to grind two cups of flour. In my experience, that is exactly right. After several weeks, I noticed that I usually grind about five cups of flour in between 20 and 25 minutes. I can grind a little faster with the steel grinders than the stone ones, but they don't grind as fine, so I prefer to use the stone for flour.
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92 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 10, 2010
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I bought one of these from an Amazon seller in November 2009, after I got to play with one in a store. It has a very smooth grinding motion and feels sturdy.

Well, lazy me, I didn't try to use mine until today, February 10, 2010. I found I was missing pins on the housing and figured that I would be SOL since it had been so long. My husband called Wondermill's number and got an answering machine. I'm now thinking, great - they'll probably never call back. Can you tell I've previously had bad experiences with customer-no-service at various companies?

About 15 minutes later, the phone rings - hey, Wondermill called! After a few minutes of explanation, my husband was told the pins should have been pre-installed in the housing and they would be shipped to us. My husband also mentioned to the guy that the backing plate on one of the grinding stones was slightly out of position and asked if it would affect its operation. He was told that it probably wouldn't, but to try it after the pins were received, and they'd send a new set of stones if there's a problem. WOW - great customer service (I'm now feeling all warm and fuzzy).

A few minutes later, they called back to verify that he was clear on the set depth of the pins, since there are no instructions for factory-installed parts. Since we're handy people, we didn't ask to have them installed, but I'm sure they would have done that for us. Nice follow-up!

I'm VERY pleased with their response and highly recommend them.

Update: I forgot to update this sooner... The pins arrived, my husband installed them, and the mill works great! If I were grinding a lot of flour on a regular basis, I'd add an electric motor because it does take some time to grind flour. It's not hard - just not fast. BTW, freshly-ground flour is tasty!
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