Chef'n Pepper Ball, Clear
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- Grind peppercorns with just a squeeze
- Easy-open refill door
- Savvy-Grip pads on the handle
- Five grind settings from coarse to fine
- Patented metal grinding mechanism
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|Color||Clear with Black top||Black and Clear||Silver||White|
|Dimensions||3.3 inches x 8.6 inches||5.85 inches x 3.51 inches||5.43 inches x 2.24 inches||2.62 inches x 6.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.45 pounds||0.65 pounds||0.45 pounds||0.35 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
things I like about them:
1) easy to see when it's almost empty
2) easy to grab and use when stirring with other hand
3) Easy for a lefty to use-no fumbling or anything "backwards"
4) easy to refill. The base piece fits over/into the refill hole and works as a funnel-no mess, no fuss!
5) small enough to leave next to stove-no giant peppermill to accidentally knock over.
things I don't like about them:
1) generally it grinds a little unevenly and leaves some large chunks-either that or I don't have it adjusted quite right. It's a little hard for me to tell which direction to adjust it.
2) relatively small holding capacity. (but the pepper is fresher, I suppose....)
3) the number of squeezes needed to dispense the desired amount of pepper.
Will I keep it and continue using it? Absolutely. They're just too convenient and useful even with the drawbacks-and I love fresh-ground pepper!
Although advertised as a one hand pepper mill, it is best used as a two handed device. The squeezing action tends to broadcast the ground pepper over a wide area. If you wish to concentrate in a bowl or on a food item, one hand has to steady it over your target.
Refill is a challenge and equivalent time is spent picking up pepper corns that bounce off the small, almost perfectly hidden fill slot.
Again style overrides functionality.
PS: THE HANDLES BROKE OFF ALTOGETHER AFTER A COUPLE OF MONTHS! DON'T BUY!
On the plus side - it was less expensive than other pepper grinders and was easy to use one-handedly.
Additionally, mine (ordered from amazon.com) did not come with the stand the product claims to have. Therefore, when the ball is sitting on the counter, it is very susceptible to picking up things around it- any sort of spilt liquid will go up into the ball (especially the salt one) and ruin whatever is inside. I also do agree that both balls produce very inconsistent salt and pepper- even whole pepper balls will come through mine. Also, the amount of pepper inside at the beginning is very limited (mine was only 1/4 full when I got it). However, if you are able to keep them dry and don't mind refills, these balls will give you freshly ground salt and pepper, are easy to use, and can make a cute addition to the table.
I do believe both are overpriced for what they can do, as you will wind up paying $30 for the set. You might want to consider either paying an extra $10 for a more durable and effective set or sticking with the cheaper, non-mill varieties.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The salt grinder was nice but the pepper was cheap plastic. It was so light that when you squeeze it, it moves around so much that the grind goes agonizingly slowly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Schwenky
Just as the other reviewers say: Rabbit ear will break off very soon!! Inferior product. The old timie ones were good!Published 2 months ago by J B KUHN
The concept is good; the execution is poor. One could get a hand-cramp before enough pepper is dispensed for normal use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bob Tillman
My old one broke and I could not find one in a store. this was just what I wanted. thanks.Published 3 months ago by georgiann wheeler
This did not hold up to everyday use. It lasted about 6 months before it broke.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm still not sure how to adjust the grind. But it's the second pepper ball I've bought. I used the first for 10+ years (more or less).Published 10 months ago by suzanne holderbaum