Basic grinder good for coarse grounds for pour over coffee. Not for espresso or fine grinds.
I saw this grinder on one of James Hoffmann's YT video and thought why not give it a try, it's a nice grinder easy to use and carry on, definitely an affordable way to entry to the world of making your own coffee (≧∇≦)b
Compact and yet good for 1 to almost 4 cups of coffee. Because it's small, it's easy to clean. Ergonomically, easy grind. The trick to getting the correct configuration is to tighten the mechanism to the limit (turning clockwise) and then count the number of clicks as you turn anti-clockwise - do remember to record it in your brew notebook as you experiment to get the appropriate grind. There is a video on youtube, like a video manual on the use of this grinder - it even show you how to dismantle the mechanism for a full clean. I don't really dismantle the grind to wash it, I just give it a thorough rinse each time after use.
Yes, I just bought this and 100g Kenya beans from Kurasu last month, and I have to say, it’s just perfect for people who are just a beginner of making coffee by you’re own!
Easy to use and adjust for every brew method. Also very lightweight so your hands don't get tired easily