Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder

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Kyocera Ceramic Coffee GrinderReviews:

    "Grinds well.
    Because it's a manual burr grinder, you can easily set the size of your coffee grounds, from coarse to fine (though, I haven't tried grinding it to fine since I use coarse grounds for my French press). The grounded coarse coffee were fairly even, too.

    Good design.
    The hopper where you drop in the coffee beans nicely feeds the beans (using gravity) into the grinding mechanism and from there into the glass jar. The hopper (with the grinding mechanism) can then be washed separately and the glass jar comes with a convenient lid for storing.

    Good torque.
    The grinding handle is easy to turn, albeit the area where you hold down the grinder to keep it steady is a bit too large for my small hands. Still, it's not so tough to turn that you're using too much effort in the morning, especially when you're too sleepy! So, I wouldn't count manually grinding coffee as a workout :(

    Easy to clean.
    The grinder disassembles easily which means you can really clean all parts in a few minutes and have a "fresh" and oil-free one the next day. I use a plain toothbrush to get the burr grinder squeaky clean. I suggest patting it dry and then letting the ceramic burr grinder air dry.

    Nice compact product.
    Unlike some electric grinders, this can be easily stowed away and used anywhere (i.e., camping). It came with the hopper with the grinding mechanism, the glass jar with removable outer rubber base, a measuring spoon (which is small enough that it can be stored inside the glass jar) and a plastic lid that screws unto the glass jar for storing your coffee grinds."

The Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder, made from advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond; will never rust and will provide a long useful life

 
Kyocera Multi-Purpose
Ceramic Coffee Grinder

 

Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder
Multi-purpose grinder prepares fresh coffee, salt, pepper, green tea, and even sesame seeds

A ceramic grinding mechanism never alters flavor of grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure ingredients

Advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond; will never rust and will provide a long useful life

Adjustable from fine to coarse grinds; non-slip base ensures stability

Reusable glass container stores up to 100 grams of coffee grinds and is dishwasher safe


 

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A great multi-purpose tool, this grinder prepares fresh coffee, salt, pepper, green tea, and even sesame seeds.

 

This ceramic coffee grinder features a ceramic grinding mechanism that will never alter the flavor of the grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure coffee.

kyocera coffee grinder

 

It is designed with a ceramic grinding mechanism that will never alter the flavor of the grinds, resulting in fresh, flavorful, and pure ingredients.

 

The grinding mechanism is made from an advanced ceramic close in hardness to diamond that will never rust providing ultra long-life performance.

 

The grind adjustment allows for fine to coarse grinds and the non-slip base ensures stability.

 

kyocera grinder


The glass container is reusable and dishwasher safe. Great for grinding Turkish coffee, salt, pepper, green tea and even sesame seeds!

 

The glass container can store up to 100 grams of coffee grinds and is dishwasher safe.

 

Clean with a neutral detergent and soft sponge. Rinse thoroughly.

 

 

8.5" high to top of handle,
3.75" high glass container,
3.5" wide belly,

 

Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder Review

 

Reviews:

"I really like my new Kyocera hand grinder. I wanted to graduate up to a conical burr coffee grinder but was overwhelmed and confused by all of the mixed reviews for most of the electric models. They are also quite expensive, and since I am the only coffee drinker in the house, I couldn't justify spending upwards of $100-$150 dollars (minimum) for just 2 or 3 cups a day. This hand grinder produces a very consistant grind, won't clog like the electric types often do, and is quiet to use, unlike my electric blade grinder which sounds like a jet engine warming up. (That has since been retired to grinding only spices.) Adjusting the grind is easy but is also a little tricky at first and takes some trial and error to get the grind size you want, especially if it's somewhere between very fine (espresso), and coarse (french press). It took me 2 attempts to get it right for my Chemex drip brewer. I put about half a teaspoon of beans into the hopper for a practice run. I love the aroma of the beans as they are being ground. Clean up is easy as well, the grinder assembly unscrews from the jar to wash/rinse each half separately. I also use a small toothbrush to clean the burrs. Thanks to the previous reviewer for the suggestion, it works great! It is very satisfying to know that I am not using any electricity to make my pot of coffee, I heat my water on a gas stove. I highly reccommend this grinder for it's ease of use and consistancy of the final product. Keep in mind that it will take a few minutes and some elbow grease to achieve. For me, the outcome is worth the effort. ."

 

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