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"Fine and dandy" - by Mr. JAS Gooding (London)
Fine and dandy. Great machine, great price. Worth it for one job alone - cutting out old security gate - done in 30mins - less time than organising someone to do the job (and prob a quarter the price - and I've got a grinder!).

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"Great to grind, hard to transfer." - by Marcus (UK)
The design of this grinder is great in all aspects bar one. Once the beans are ground, you need to unplug the whole device to transport it to the coffee machine, or tip the contents into another receptacle to transfer. This issue could have been resolved by making the cap-lid ever so slightly bigger and then allowing the user to invert the whole machine to drop the grounds into the lid, unscrew and job done. Even if you have a plug near a coffee machine, the lead is quite short, maybe a meter at best. So that is the nuisance factor which dropped the star.

The only other element keeping it off a 5 star is that it is a small compartment. It is a compact unit, so if brewing 2 to 3 cups, the yield is OK. Anything more and you will need to grind ... full review

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"Great little chopper." - by Amazon Customer
I love this little chopper, I recently replaced the one I had for six years as I dropped the plastic bowl on my tiled floor and broke it. It is perfect for chopping onions nice and finely also mushrooms, parsley, breadcrumbs, garlic, I would not be without it.

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"Recommended highly!!!" - by miss lj hicks
Look it's a 2 part, but once you use up what's in there, you still get a beautiful amount of dust. Such a good size and a bit heavy but that just screams quality!! Used for few months.
Best product, 16 years experience 😜

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"Four Stars" - by Rafet Altaf
Finally i found a machine that grinds my spices such as peppercorns into powder....yipee
very strong chopper too..

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"Brilliant powerful grinder at a great price" - by Allie0902
Great gadget - does a fantastic job in little time! I make my own mineral make-up and use this to grind minerals (which can normally be very time-consuming and tedious). I was stunned how quick and easy a process this has now become thanks to this little but very powerful grinder! Easy to clean as well, and the grinding blade is removable (using a tool). Fantastic value for money - totally impressed!

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"Nice colour, smooth to grind and the size is" - by Amazon Customer
Grinder is top notch. Wasn't too sure as only 1 review. Nice colour, smooth to grind and the size is perfect

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"Five Stars" - by Athena
Brought this for my husband , he says it does what he wants it to do 🙀👍!

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"Used as a Spice Grinder." - by Trish (London, UK)
Bought to use for spices - made a couple of batches of seasoned salt with it & it did the job perfectly. Haven't used it for coffee as this wasn't it's intended purpose, but it handled black peppercorns easily, if that of any help. Tip: Use a little paintbrush to 'dust' the inside of the unit, works a treat.

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"Handy little thing 😁 for a month or two then decided to pack up" - by nemo
Well what can I say. I bought this grinder as it's the smallest one around for sale and i needed a small grinder to cut my catalytic converter (The normal size grinders dont fit ) its small not the most powerful but did the job. 1 advice I would give is give it rest after after like 10/15mins of none stop use. Let it cool down then carry on using it again. Edit. Yesterday the grinder packed up. Started having a burning smell getting really hot under 1minute and no power to grind cut at all. YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY

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"If you're looking for a new grinder this is the one. I have no regrets" - by Francesca d
Love this grinder. Sick of mental ones ruining my product. This is worth the money honestly. I can alway find it due the coloure. Easy pull off top lid on top that doesn't come off its self. Along with easy grip and twist. And of course it sharp and grinds

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"Good value for a quality grinder." - by mr
My grinder was supplied by JT Atkinson and arrived the next day which is great for free delivery.
We use the 110v a lot at work with no problems so I bought the 240v version for working on my restoration projects at home
Being a slimline grinder it's light and easy to use.
Another bonus is that it is much quieter than the cheapo grinder I've been using over the last few years with less vibration too.
Highly recommended!!

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"Very dicey chopper" - by studentatschoolofhardknocks
Open the box, you will find a 2 canisters and a motor. One canister has the blade. Cut some onions, tomotoes and attempted to dice them. Wow! in just 2 seconds, the motor diced away and left me speechless.

Just wash the canister and the blade in running water, it just cleans up so well. I know this is dishwasher safe but am very happy with the results. Be very, very careful when handling the blade it is that sharp.

Very well designed chopper that has exceeded my expectations.

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"This is Taylor the Toolman version of Rotary tools - More power" - by Rob O
If you use rotary drills heavily this looks like the real deal. Very powerful with a proper chuck and half the price of a Dremel (R). I am one such heavy user and been through a Dremel (R) and a generic one similar to Dremel in the last 3 years. The speed controllers fail.

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"Manual Coffee Grinder" - by h_juliet
Love this little grinder. Easy to use and efficient. I use frozen beans which go through just as easily as fresh. The top holds enough beans for three scoops of ground coffee. Downside, if you have small hands you will find it difficult to hold while grinding and if you intend to grind a lot of beans it will be time consuming and tiring so you might want to look at a larger mounted grinder. The pros and cons of manual v electric, ceramic v metal are discussed on various websites but so far, compared to my electric, although this is slower and more labour intensive, the grind size is adjustable and more consistent and I personally feel that the flavour of the coffee is better.