Hand Ground Coffee Grinder

Feb 18, 2015

Category: Gear

If you’re a true coffee connoisseur, you know the grinding of the beans is one of the crucial steps on the path to supreme flavor. This is the cause that Hand Ground, a new precision coffee grinder, is dedicated to.

Hand Ground offers 20 preset coarseness levels at 125 micron intervals, making it fit for any method of brewing, whether it’s for espresso, cold brew, or anything in between. It features a locking top, so bean particles don’t fly out while you grind, triple-mounted stainless steel axle to eliminate burr wobble and produce a consistent grind, a Borosilicate glass catcher to prevent static and sticky grounds, 38mm conical burrs made from densely sintered Alumina ceramic, a 100g capacity hopper able to contain enough coffee beans for five cups, and an ergonomic side-mounted handle. [Purchase]

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