Manual Coffee Grinder with Ceramic Burr by Cozyna, Coffee Bean Grinder, Stainless Steel - Aeropress Compatible - Original
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- PRECISE AND CONSISTENT GRIND: Regardless if you are grinding for french press or aeropress, the ceramic conical burr coffee grinder helps to grind the coffee beans in a uniform size. Unlike blade grinders, this manual conical burr grinder will provide you with much more control over your grind.
- ADJUSTABLE GRIND SIZE: Unlike blade coffee bean grinders, the Cozyna Travel Manual Coffee Grinder contains a ceramic conical burr which gives you the option to adjust your coffee whole bean grind size. Simply turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise in order to reach the perfect size for your specific coffee drink.
- PORTABLE: The Cozyna coffee bean grinder was specifically designed to fit into an aeropress making it easy to take with you while hiking, camping or on vacation. This is the best coffee grinder for travel. It is so compact it will take up minimal space in your backpack. DESIGNED FOR AEROPRESS: This hand coffee grinder was specifically designed so that it could fit into an AEROPRESS and be taken while traveling
- RUST FREE: This burr coffee grinder is made of high grade stainless steel which gives it a modern look, but most importantly increases its durability. Due to the ceramic conical burr, and the sleek stainless steel finish, there is no need to worry about damaging rust.
- EXCLUSIVE LIFETIME WARRANTY: This manual coffee grinder comes with a lifetime warranty. Buy with confidence and get your hand coffee bean grinder replaced, no questions asked, if anything happens.
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The Cozyna Travel Manual Coffee Grinder is designed with a sleek and slender durable stainless steel body which makes it very easy to hold while grinding. Unlike electric blade coffee grinders, this portable manual coffee grinder delivers greater control over your grind as it uniformly grinds fresh coffee beans. Using a burr coffee grinder also helps to extract the aroma and flavor from the coffee beans whereas grinding with blade coffee bean grinders will actually heat the beans, ultimately resulting in loss of flavor. Another benefit to using the Cozyna coffee bean grinder compared to other coffee bean grinders is its adjustable grind size feature which allows you to make a variety of coffee drinks from french press and aeropress to espresso. Not only does the Cozyna Travel Manual Coffee Grinder produce better results, but its skinny stainless steel body also makes it the best coffee grinder for traveling and hiking. This hand coffee grinder was specifically designed to fit into an aeropress, creating the perfect traveling duo. Now you can have freshly ground coffee anywhere anytime!
ENHANCES FLAVOR: Unlike grinding with a blade coffee grinder, this Cozyna burr coffee grinder extracts the aroma and flavor from the coffee beans.
SLENDER DESIGN: While other manual coffee grinders may be difficult to hold while grinding due to their wide designs, the Cozyna coffee bean grinder is comfortable and very easy to hold in place while grinding coffee.
EASY TO CLEAN:The Cozyna coffee grinder can be disassembled into separate pieces allowing for a more efficient cleaning.
EXCLUSIVE LIFETIME WARRANTY:Buy with confidence, as if anything happens to your product, Cozyna will replace it "No Questions Asked"
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The design of this grinder combined with the manufacturing tolerances of its parts lead to a pretty loose fit between the rotating shaft and main chassis. Basically, the whole assembly gets wobbly once you start loosening the thumbnut on the bottom. There are two burrs in the grinder. One is permanently attached to the chassis, the other is fixed radially but floating axially on the shaft. The point of the thumbnut is to change the axial distance between the burrs, thereby changing the size of the gap between them. This gap determines the size of the grinds that come out of the grinder. This whole design is dependent upon the burrs remaining concentric, but as soon as you throw a wobbly shaft into that mix, your ability to get consistent grinds goes out the window. If the shaft is able to wobble, the gap between the burrs is larger on one size than it is on the other, so your grinds range from incredibly fine to incredibly coarse, when you really wanted medium-fine. A side effect of this wobble is that the plastic components up at the top of the grinder get worn down by the sharp edge of the cap as you crank the shaft around, thereby creating a fine plastic dust that deposits on the top of the cap. I wouldn't be surprised if some of that powder was created on the underside of the cap as well, making its way into your coffee grinds.
Another minor gripe I have is the design of the plastic cup in the bottom portion of the grinder. It has a little channel around the inside edge that catches fine grinds, and you have to smack the bottom of the cup when pouring your grinds to get them all out. It's not a big deal, but if the bottom of the cup was just flat, this wouldn't be an issue. I don't see any reason why it has to be designed this way.
With all that being said, this isn't a bad grinder. It makes good fine grinds, is pretty easy to disassemble and clean, is small, and is good looking. But if you need coarser grinds, I'd think about picking up something like the Hario Skerton. There's even an aftermarket brace you can buy for it to avoid the exact problem this Cozyna has.
It wasn't an expensive product and I've gotten a lot of use out of it, but the company failed in its promise of a lifetime guarantee.
Small and portable
Can fine tune grind
Hard for people with low grip strength to use
Will eventually fail, but after 7 months? Do you want to be in the woods with no ability to grind your morning brew?
Pictures demonstrate the plastic piece that turns the burr broker after seven months. Grinder dead.
Tried to contact them to get a replacement but all I got was crickets. I did find a replacement part for $3 on their site so I ordered it but it should've been covered under their warranty.
Original review in 2015: Great for travel, and gives us fresh ground coffee away from home without having to carry a bulky or heavy item, or one that doesn't work in foreign electric outlets. It grinds well, and though it takes quite a few turns, they are not hard to do and you can easily tell when all of the coffee has been ground. The grind is reasonably easy to get correct, but would be a pain to change daily if different users need different grinds. It is fairly compact and slides into the Aero Press plunger (but be careful not to put the little cap in, as its pretty difficult to get back out). We bought this item for travel, and it suits that very well. I wouldn't buy this for everyday use at home, preferring the convenience of an electric burr grinder, and I doubt that I'd take it backpacking if ounces make a difference.