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This is a copy of the well known Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill.
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My right arm gets enough work as it is without having to grind my own food.
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Complete shit vs something useful
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NICE last one I was on wait list got cancelled
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This is a copy of the well known Hario Skerton Ceramic Coffee Mill.
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Either get a hario or just pay extra and get an electronic one. I would recommend the capresso infinity

If eBay ever has a coupon $15 off $75, you should be able to get a new one for $60 or so

Just keep it in your watch list
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My right arm gets enough work as it is without having to grind my own food.
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Is this good for legal in western states herb?
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Either get a hario or just pay extra and get an electronic one. I would recommend the capresso infinity

If eBay ever has a coupon $15 off $75, you should be able to get a new one for $60 or so

Just keep it in your watch list

$7 vs $60
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Is this good for legal in western states herb?
Gonna get one exactly for that purpose.
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The Hario knockoffs are pretty terrible, especially considering the real Hario grinder is only $40. I have both and honestly, you would be better off buying a cheap blade grinder than the knockoff. Grind size is all over the place compared to the real Hario which is very consistent.

That said, if you are grinding a lot of coffee, manual grinders are a workout. It takes me about 2 minutes to grind enough for my Moka Pot, which has a pretty small chamber.
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A burr grinder is the way to go. In my opinion, the cheapest burr grinder will still get you better results than a blade grinder.
Never had personal experience with this grinder in particular but I have with a few others.
For more on grinders, I found this helpful:
https://bettercoffeeathome.com/ch...e-grinder/
also, I noticed this one is now showing $20 bucks for me.
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Nevermind
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My right arm gets enough work as it is without having to grind my own food.
We have the real one but after a bunch of time we stop using ours. Way too much work to get a cup of coffee. It does work good if you don't mind the exercise.
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Looks very similar to the one I have that I paid $20 for, so thumbs up.
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