Hario Acrylic Hand Coffee Grinder (Clear)
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- Our full-fledged professional coffee flavor can be tasted at home; Beautifully crafted for an expert cup of coffee
- Hario in Japanese means "King of Glass"
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Suction cup built-in on the bottom of the grinder for stress free grinding. Adjustable grind size. Acrylic - Ceramic Burr Grinder.
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I find grinding a pleasure with the sound of the grinding, and the easy action of the wide turning arm while the main housing is firmly attached to the counter. No death grip, hurray! Filling the upper tray about 80% of the way you can grind about one "2 cup" mokapot coffee grounds basket. The grinds form a 'mound' underneath the ceramic burrs, and you may need to 'tap' the side of the grinder to have the grinds settle so when you pull out the tray, the grounds aren't spilled and left back in the main housing.
It is made out of plastc, so there is some static, much worse on the first grind but got better after subsequent grinds and a rinse with water once. I like it so much I think I will give it away as a gift. For the price range of grinders ranging from $25-$110, this grinder is not the cheapest, but for the features, I think it's worth it. Anyway, it's the ceramic burr that we all really want. All the other features are for user friendliness and of which this one is overflowing with nice little features. My only redesign would be: upper tray is some what 'loose' and while grinding, will tend not to stay in one place and bounce around in the main housing a bit. I would also consider making the housing metal or glass instead of plastic to reduce static transfer.
I use a 'coarse' setting for use with the moka pot (looks like a setting of '5' from my local grocer) with French Roast from Pete's Coffee, and the results are astounding, makes home made coffee so much more fun and enjoyable in the mornings :)
It looks pretty in photos, but aside from that everything that differentiates this grinder from the skerton is bad. Don't waste your time with it. Get the skerton instead.
the feature for it to suction onto the countertop works perfectly for me. each morning i wipe the counter with a damp sponge before re-applying the grinder and it stays in place for one-handed operation. the acrylic construction of this grinder's housing is brilliant because it does not conduct a static electrical charge. when i empty the coffee grounds from the reservoir every particle slips out without need for a brush. i have used it every day for a few weeks now and the grinder has remained perfectly clean even with the extremely oily dark-roasted beans i use.
if you are someone who prefers jetting down an interstate over taking the backroads with the curves, undulations, and smell of honeysuckle, well then this grinder is not for you. teehee
I Am Not.
I bought a manual grinder so I could grind coffee fresh, just before I go to work, early in the morning---without making noise to upset my neighbors. This one got the best overall reviews online, and I do not dispute those reviews, most of which also note that it does take some time, and effort, to grind enough beans for a 4 cup French Press. Almost 5 minutes. It does grind the beans well, and consistently---unlike my blade grinder which either grinds the beans too fine, or into very irregular pieces---producing a lot of sediment and making it almost impossible to plunge the coffee.
Setting the grind was also noted in various reviews as being counter-intuitive. Yes it is, as the directions provided have an Ikea sort of denseness about them which DO NOT tell the english speaking user which grind the grinder is set to at the factory. But, take a look at the picture: Make sure your handle is facing the same direction as the one in the picture and suddenly the directions make sense. I found I had to adjust it a bit to get a coarse grind of the right order, but after that all is well.
Still, after spending this much money for a manual grinder I now have to go out and buy an electric one. Be forewarned.