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Hario MSS-1B 1-Piece Coffee Mini Mill Slim Grinder
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- Sleek, slim design makes it easy for storage
- Easy to clean, easy to use
- Can be stored without the handle
- Beautiful ceramic mill, does not rust
- Consistent grind for perfect, fresh coffee
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Enjoy the taste of freshly ground coffee at home any time.
Ceramic mortar has no odor, does not rust. The coarse powder is adjustable simply by turning the knob; also, you can calibrate the amount of ground through the transparent bottle. When not in use, you can store the grinder without the handle.
Secure design makes for easier grinding. Easy to clean with disassembled parts, has a slim design saves space.
1 x Hario Coffee Mill Slim Grinder, Mini
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First one I ordered on October 16th 2016 from the seller "Always Great Buy" (fullfilled by Amazon), which was automatically selected for me, by being the cheapest I presume. Only £0.50 cheaper than the one sold directly by Amazon btw. It broke after 9 days and going through about 500gr of coffee beans. The plastic/nylon part sitting inside the inner ceramic burr unit wore off and the handle would spin the metal shaft inside the plastic part, without being able to move the burr.
I contacted Hario directly by email (email@example.com). They asked me to provide some close-up photos and in the following email informed that my mill was counterfeit. I attached a screenshot of the PDF they sent me on how to tell apart genuine product from fake. They advised me to order directly from Amazon, avoiding third party sellers. Apparently there's a good number of fakes on the market and they're not all that easy to tell apart, unless you know what to look for. Seller being fullfilled by Amazon is not a guarantee of receiving genuine product.
I have placed another order, now making sure I picked one "Sold by: Amazon EU S.a.r.L.". You need to go to the list of sellers and select "Amazon", if it's not offered to you by default. It arrived yesterday and it is indeed that slightly different from the first one (darker plastic parts, less sloppy mold marks). I'm hoping the materials are in fact more durable, but I will update this review, if something worth mentioning happens.
Both genuine and counterfeit say "Made in China". They're identical in size. Unless you take it apart to look at the quality of the molding process on the plastic parts or if you have both genuine and fake for side-by-side comparison, it's unlikely you'll suspect you've got a fake one.
For the most part I wanted to raise awareness to the fact that you might be receiving a counterfeit product and how to tell them apart, since I haven't come across such information in reviews.
On a side note, if you favor light roast (more dense) beans, you might be up to quite a workout with a hand mill. It does get chocked and the pressure required to keep on turning the handle is substantial. Darker roasts are fairly easy and quick to grind, even on the finest setting.
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Beware of sellers that have very few reviews or have just launched that are selling this product!
At first I thought this grinder was great, but after less than 2 months use a plastic part on the grinding spindle wore out and now the grinder is useless, for the bin. Such a shame that such a good product could be let down with such a small plastic part!
I don't like kitchen utilities that are complex or single-purpose as I've learned that they're often the ones that break down the most, and this seems to be the complete opposite: very simple but sturdy and good quality, and despite the product listing you can get away with using it for more than just coffee beans. I've used it with hemp seeds and fenugreek seeds and it always leaves a good grind.
* Simple and effective.
* Doesn't really get messy or clogged and it's easy to clean if it does.
* Good consistent grind.
* The clear top cover is a bit too loose and can come off while grinding vigorously.
Note that this is sold as a Coffee Grinder but the adjustable knob at the base for finer or courser grinds (Clockwise for Finer, Anti-Clockwise for Courser) is great for if you use different beans or want to grind other things in here and I haven't had any problems with herbs or spices so far.
Tip: When grinding Coffee Beans it takes approx. 80 to 100 turns of the handle (or about 60 seconds) for enough for 1 cup of coffee.
That said: this is my second Hario Slim mill. We have one at home that we use for our morning coffee, and I bought one for my office. I've had no trouble with the handle slipping off or not fitting the hex nut on top. I haven't attempted to disassemble either unit - I use a paper towel to wipe out the hopper and transparent grounds container after I finish a bag of beans.
And my take? I love these affordable little grinders. It takes about a minute to grind enough for one cup - enough time to earn you some curious looks from your colleagues - but it's really not that onerous. It's easy to use and clean, and makes for a really delicious cup of coffee.
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