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For anyone who needs a good hand grinder: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GPMH590/

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Remove the handle and attach your drill for a powered grinder! :rofl:
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I believe the test kitchen results. For drip coffee, good freshly ground coffee will have a bigger impact on taste than the grinder. However, I still own a a hand burr grinder. It's much quieter than a blade grinder, it doesn't require power, I find them easier to clean, and I enjoy the process of making coffee. At $25 this is a good product from a quality company.
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This Hario or JavaPresse? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B013R3Q7B2
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This Hario or JavaPresse? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B013R3Q7B2
Not sure about this specific model, but the Hario is highly recommended on coffee forums and reddit.
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Remove the handle and attach your drill for a powered grinder! :rofl:
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This Hario or JavaPresse? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B013R3Q7B2
They're both great choices. The JavaPresse is slimmer and can actually slide into an aeropress for storage. The Hario might be a little more ergonomic because of it's shape.
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My grinder finally self destructed this weekend, good timing on this one. Thanks!
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Remove the handle and attach your drill for a powered grinder! :rofl:
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This Hario or JavaPresse? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B013R3Q7B2
I don't have the JavaPresse, but I have a grinder that looks identical (there seem to be a bunch of companies that put their name on this grinder).

Both will produce acceptable grinds, but the Hario is way better in basically every way from a usability standpoint, and Hario is a quality company that offers replacement parts. Unless you need that specific form factor get the Hario over this at the same price. Frankly the JavaPresse grinder isn't a good deal at that price as they go on sale frequently (I paid under $10 for mine).
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Not sure of these are manufactured on one big plant or uniquely for each reseller, but I've used both styles with my aeropress. This one is similar to the Hario: https://www.amazon.com/CoastLine-...01899WZVA/

One issue with the metal cylinder grinder is it can scratch the inside of the aeropress as you dump the ground coffee in, which will eventually affect the ability of the press to seal during pressing. Additionally, I don't see a screw-down nut on the Hario, but that's been very nice as the handle on the metal grinder has a tendency to detach during the grinding process. The metal cylinder is a bit quieter if you work in a quiet environment where noise is an issue.
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Remove the handle and attach your drill for a powered grinder! :rofl:
Are you serious ? Tell me this has been proven to work lol
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FYI...Google the America's Test kitchen segment where they did blind taste tests with blade vs conical grinders with both expert and amateur coffee drinkers. Neither expert nor amateur could reliably tell burr ground coffee vs blade ground. The reliability was no better than "chance" in discerning a difference. They repeated the test and got same results.
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Are you serious ? Tell me this has been proven to work lol
Yes it works. Y wouldn't it? I did it after I saw a YouTube video of someone doing it.
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This Hario or JavaPresse? https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B013R3Q7B2
I've used both. The Hario is much easier to use, IMO. I went into it thinking I'd want a slimmer one. The Java's handle has a very shallow recess where it attaches to the grinder, it flies off if you grind vigorously. Much better with the Hario.

Oh, if you look at how the people are holding the Javapresse in their photo compilation? They're holding the handle onto it. I don't have to do that with my Hario. It hasn't flown off as far as I can recall while grinding.
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FYI...Google the America's Test kitchen segment where they did blind taste tests with blade vs conical grinders with both expert and amateur coffee drinkers. Neither expert nor amateur could reliably tell burr ground coffee vs blade ground. The reliability was no better than "chance" in discerning a difference. They repeated the test and got same results.
I believe the test kitchen results. For drip coffee, good freshly ground coffee will have a bigger impact on taste than the grinder. However, I still own a a hand burr grinder. It's much quieter than a blade grinder, it doesn't require power, I find them easier to clean, and I enjoy the process of making coffee. At $25 this is a good product from a quality company.
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