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Hario MSS-1B 1-Piece Coffee Mini Mill Slim Grinder

4.3 out of 5 stars 349 customer reviews
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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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Technical Details
Brand Hario
Model NumberMSS-1B
ColourWhite
Item Weight318 g
Product Dimensions18.5 x 11.4 x 8.1 cm
MaterialCeramic
  
Additional Information
ASINB001804CLY
Best Sellers Rank 18,661 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight259 g
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Date First Available9 Nov. 2010
  
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Product Description

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.

Box Contains

1 x Hario Coffee Mill Slim Grinder, Mini


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I own two of these. Counterfeit and genuine. Both from Amazon.

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 (iico@hario.co.jp). 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.
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I bought this mill a few months ago, together with Aeropress, hoping to make excellent coffee without breaking the bank.

My expectation were fulfilled - this is an excellent grinder, and does everything exactly as you would want and expect.

1. Build quality: second to none, 5/5
You can really tell this thing is made in Japan and not in China. All parts fit together perfectly, the finish is flawless and the operation is smooth. Ceramic burrs will never rust and wear extremely slowly.
The person mentioning nut failures must have used it to hammer nails or something because this is a VERY SOLIDLY made item. Only way to improve it, would be to use wood or toughened glass instead of plastic (I am no fan of plastics in general) - but at this price you really couldn't ask for better.

2. Ease of use: very easy, but instructions are in Japanese, 4/5
It will take you a while initially to figure out how to use it, because it comes with no instructions in English. But because it is a very simple device, there is not a lot to figure out, really: the top handle comes off, the clear top cover comes off, the clear container screws on and off, and the adjustment nut is under the burrs. That's it.

3. Practicality: Very good 4.5/5
Let's start with the grind adjustment: the adjustment nut has locking "steps" and because of that it takes a bit of effort to turn it - but on the other hand it always stays in position, so this is a good thing. Also, the steps make it easy to aim for the desired grind coarseness.
Grinding itself is easy and only slightly tedious - will usually take between a minute and four minutes, depending on your coarseness and quantity and size of your beans (bigger will take longer).
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The metal strip where the handle attaches is made out of butter-like material. After 3 months of mild use (weekends only) I managed to damage it so that the handle has nothing to grip on and turn the mill. I'd advise anyone to stay away from this product. There are many other manual mill of better quality that might be slightly more expensive but will last you more than 3 months.
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This is a neat, dinky, attractive grinder, just the right size for my needs: I grind 24g of beans first thing, for two cups of filter; later I grind 15g for a single Aeropress cup. It grinds very well, and I like the adjustable grind feature. But.... My first thought was it felt rather flimsy. After a couple of weeks' use it shows no sign of breakage. But I think the central spindle is poorly designed - or uses low grade steel that's too soft. It might be Japanese, but it's manufactured in China...
The handle has a pentagonal socket which fits over the drive shaft: this gives good leverage and doesn't come off while grinding, unless you're clumsy. Getting it off is a different matter - a problem exacerbated by use. It is extremely stiff after use, stuck in place! The drive shaft top is becoming scored and gouged, very obviously damaged, even though I'm not overloading the grinder or using excessive force. I tend to leave it until next time, when the thing has sort of relaxed a bit, and even then it takes some fiddling and levering to prise off the handle. This makes the whole structure bend and twist, and I'm concerned it might break after a while.
Maybe I have a duff example - I don't know.
EDIT - two months later... Maybe I do have a duff example, or maybe this grinder is not what it's cracked up to be: the grind handle has scored the spindle so badly that it's slipping, and if I were to continue it would I am sure be useless within a couple of days. Fortunately Amazon is taking it back for a refund - but this grinder is very poor, to die after a mere two months' use. I haven't overloaded it: the manuf's spec is that it will grind up to 24gm of beans, and mostly I've used it to grind 15gm - not daily, in fact it wasn't used at all for over three weeks while I was abroad. I suspect poor steel quality - made in China....
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