- Boxed-product Weight: 839 g
- Manufacturer reference: C104
- ASIN: B000SA6E1Q
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Nov. 2006
- Average Customer Review: 54 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 340,675 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
Coffee Mill Italian Design
|Price:||£46.05 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
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Top Customer Reviews
As others have mentioned it is extremely robust and well made. It did not take me long to adjust the grind to my requirement (I use an Aeropress Coffee Maker)and there is something quite satisfying in grinding the beans by hand just when you need them.
One other very good point, the shape of the grinder makes it very easy to grip in use and the non-slip base is also a great help. All in all, a perfect 5 stars, and thanks to the original reviewers who pointed me to it.
I took ages trying to choose one that was robust and would be easy to clean and adjust
This little grinder meets all my criteria: It's very solid and feels like it will last, its grinds quite finely with little trouble and the screw in base fits very well and the whole thing has a solid well made feel.
I'm very happy with it and it was just what I was looking for.
I read the reviews before buying one for my mum as present - I wasn't sure if I should get an electric one or this one (her hands are not as strong as they used to be). I finally chose this one because I couldn't find a good electrical one in the price-range - and I didn't regret this for a minute!
First of all, the design is great. When my husband saw it, he said that he would like one too - and now we have one ourselves.
The design matches the moka pot we use so we keep both of them on the window sill, they look very stylish.
Second, ease of use. Just put the coffee straight in and start grinding. It is surprisingly easy to grind (I remember old grinders my grandma used to have - you had to break a sweat making a cup of coffee! - nothing like that here), it goes very smoothly and quickly. If I get more grinds than I need, I just turn the bottom part of the grinder over the Illy coffee jar (I bought ground coffee in it once and now use it for storage). The size of the grind is adjustable, so it works well for moka pot, cafetiere, or cezve.
Third, freshly ground coffee is divine. Even the same Santos Dark beans, pre-ground and stored in the fridge, are not comparable with the freshly ground taste.
Now we look forward to grinding our coffee every morning.
the Quality is great, I don't buy any consumer stuff now largely because many things are just rubbish you dont need, but this is quality and nice it have a around it grinds coffee well. TO be at one with the universe you need a decent cup of coffee at least.
Anything is Better than a Blade Grinder -
Using a blade grinder defeats the purpose because the even-ness of grind is much worse than shop-bought preground coffee.
The Burrs Are Cheap
China made, dull, and lack precision. Beans are chewed rather than evenly ground and compared to a decent electric grinder they are actually quite uneven. The poor burr quality really does show through when trying (yes, trying) to grind dark roast, which makes it constantly jam.
Although better than blade grinders I would hazard to say it was much better than preground.
The novelty of manually grinder the coffee quickly wears off. I'd consider myself to be physically quite fit, but having to turn that crank for a few minutes every morning becomes very tedious, very quickly - particularly if you're grinding more than one cup worth of beans.
Few Fineness Adjustments
There are probably about 6 settings within a 'useable' range - this is too limiting. The bottom two are too fine for a stovetop, too coarse for espresso.
Overall, I wouldn't say it was a terrible grinder - if you're not a coffee snob and looking for a basic, cheap grinder this isn't a bad choice. However, you will get vastly better results with an electric burr grinder and even some slightly more expensive manuals.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the money this product suffered a key design flaw. The flat on the handle was not hardened and due to the high torque applied in order to crush the coffee beans, the metal... Read morePublished 10 months ago by MR A BROWN
Works very well and it's a great exercise tool for my hands ;) - the mill is too big for my medium size man hands and holding it in place when grinding is very tiring for the hand... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kris
good but there's no lid.... and it's hard to grip as you turn the handlePublished 13 months ago by paul
Awesome design! My first grinder ever and I'm very happy with it, I found the right "grindlevel" for my Bialetti mocka express right away. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christer Brandt
My wife likes to use this grinder as she thinks that you get a better tasting coffee using a grinder rather than an electric chopper. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tom Ashworth
I'm told my son-in-law is thrilled with this and keeps looking at it - don't think he's used it yet but is just enjoying having it!Published on 1 Aug. 2014 by Interested from Leeds
I've had one of these for a couple of years now, bought to match a Bialetti moka pot...Don't blame me... Read morePublished on 3 July 2014 by Basket Press