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Hario Hand Grinder
Did you ever work on a project where you didn't have the right tools for the job? Well, grinding coffee is kind of like a project so you better have the right tools for grinding. If the Baratza Grinderline that we carry doesn't fit your needs (like for traveling or camping) or just too big, check these manual grinders out from Hario. These are perfect for the coffee drinker that loves to grind fresh but may be traveling out of town or camping with no power source. Or if you don't want to wake the whole house in the morning at home. They travel well and are very durable.
Hario Skerton Plus
The Skerton Plus is a favorite amongst coffee newcomers and professionals alike. Its compact size makes it perfect for travel or home use. This grinder has the ability to make a full range of grind sizes, and can hold up to 100g of coffee. An update to the original Skerton, the Skerton Plus is equipped with a burr stabilizing plate that helps keep the center shaft in place for a more uniform grind.
All Hario manual coffee grinders use burrs made of ceramic - conical ceramic burrs transfer less heat and shave coffee beans versus cracking them like blade grinders. This process also provides a more consistent grind that can easily be adjusted and set for repeat use.
Capacity: Coffee Grounds 100g
Material Handle, Fixing Screw, Stopper, Grind Adjustment Nut: Stainless Steel Hopper Lid, Non-Slip Cover: Silicone Rubber Lid, Grip, Main Body (Hopper): Polypropylene Glass Bowl: Heatproof Glass
The Mini-Slim+ is a great grinder for both beginners and pros! This compact ceramic burr hand grinder is perfect for travel or home use, and is an upgrade from the original Mini-Slim with a newly designed handle and shaft coupling for better traction.
All of the Hario manual coffee grinders use burrs made of ceramic - conical ceramic burrs transfer less heat and shave coffee beans versus cracking them like blade grinders. This process also provides a more consistent grind that can easily be adjusted and set for repeat use.