Porlex Mini Stainless Steel Coffee Grinder
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- Ceramic conical burrs with wide range can grind from powder to french press
- 20 gram capacity
- 47 mm diameter and stands 130 mm tall
- Made in Osaka, Japan
- Stainless steel, static free body
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Porlex is a Japanese company that specializes in food grinders. This grinder is very well made with a well thought out design. This is one of the most compact, useful grinders on the market. The silicon allows you to have a firm grip on the cylinder while grinding. The handle comes off and you are able to store it alongside of your grinder when you are not using it. The grinders inner spring helps keep the grind consistent even when grinder for coarse brewing. The stainless steel body makes the grinder indestructible and static free. The ceramic, conical burrs are easy to clean, will last long, and will remain rust-free.
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I have a Gamila Impress personal brewer, basically a french press in a cup but with a fine metal espresso like filter and a inner barrel with a gasket to keep the pressed up coffee from the pressed down grounds, and I've been looking for a very portable grinder to fit inside it to save on space when packing my coffee essentials.
Well, the Porlex Mini, aside from the handle does. Take the filter off, use the gasket to give it something to rest on in the inner barrel, put the grinder body in, rest the inverted filter on the gasket, then gently put the lid on. I'm probably going to cut something for some padding for the filter as with the lid on there isn't much room to spare and if something pushed down hard on the lid it might break the filter.
I've got thick meat hook fingers, I didn't have a problem holding on to it while grinding nor did I catch any knuckles with the handle.
With a course grind setting it ground a lot faster than I thought it would from other reviews and looked fairly consistent.
It holds just the right amount of beans for the how I like my coffee (1.5 aeropress scoops) in the Impress as well.
It's got a sturdy feel to and while it takes a bit more effort than my other hand grinders grinding had a very smooth feel to it and the grind looked fairly uniform at 8 clicks out from the finest setting.
For a primary grinder it might be on the small size but for a travel one it makes even the compact Hario Slim Mini look big.
This small manual grinder is a great little device. It's machined to perfection (the parts fit together securely, are well constructed, and sturdy). The construction, weight, and size are light and small, which is perfect for traveling and it fits perfectly in the AeroPress, which, at work, is a perfect combination for travel.
Onto the important part: the grind. The device is incredibly stable from super fine (almost Turkish coffee fine) to a coarse French Press style grind (although, some folks don't like its course grind, I think it's pretty good and very even). I strongly recommend this as it gives a more consistent grind - especially at coarse settings - than the Hario grinder and is made completely out of stainless steel, so it's more portable and sturdy than the Kyocera (which is a great grinder, by the way, at a cheaper price point, but is made of plastic and larger).
You won't be sorry with this little guy.