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Yes - the finest setting is powder-like, would be suitable.
By Seagull on 22 May 2014
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yes very handy... I took mine to Finland in my rucksack with it full of beans and no problem at all . very robust and designed extremely well.
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Lee

By leeseanstewart on 05 September 2015
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I have had one of these beautiful little griders for about six months and use it every day.
personally, have yet to clean it (though perhaps I should have done it by now ??).
having said that, all the bits do come to pieces for soaking easily enough.… see more
I have had one of these beautiful little griders for about six months and use it every day.
personally, have yet to clean it (though perhaps I should have done it by now ??).
having said that, all the bits do come to pieces for soaking easily enough.
sorry, not really answering your question very well ... other than saying 'not very often', perhaps.
btw ... just dug out the instructions that came with it, but they are in japanese !! see less

By mark trigg on 28 March 2015
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I did quite lot of reading before buying this, mainly comparing it to the Hario. It seems that the Porlex comes out on top due to the materials used and the size. The thing is built to last, very sturdy metal. while researching I read (can't remember where) that the burrs they both use are the same, making the only dif… see more I did quite lot of reading before buying this, mainly comparing it to the Hario. It seems that the Porlex comes out on top due to the materials used and the size. The thing is built to last, very sturdy metal. while researching I read (can't remember where) that the burrs they both use are the same, making the only difference the 'packaging' of the burrs. I also read the the metal helps reduce static too. see less
By d___y___ on 01 June 2015
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Hi there,
Short answer, YES. Longer answer: I've had mine now for about 8 months and have experienced no trouble or difficult in use. Some reviews I read mentioned that the handle came off whilst in use, it has happened to me once and that was because I hadn't positioned it correctly in the first place - operator erro… see more
Hi there,
Short answer, YES. Longer answer: I've had mine now for about 8 months and have experienced no trouble or difficult in use. Some reviews I read mentioned that the handle came off whilst in use, it has happened to me once and that was because I hadn't positioned it correctly in the first place - operator error! I would most certainly recommend it and if you have an AeroPress coffee maker, it fits in the plunger. Hope that this is useful. see less

By Iconoclast on 28 March 2016
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With the mini maybe 3 to 4 mugs worth. So yeah about a litre probably.
By Zorro on 27 April 2014
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