Attractive brushed stainless steel and acrylic mills feature one-hand operation and conveniently light the food being spiced when dispensing. Salt mill features a corrosion-resistant stainless steel grinding mechanism (dry sea salt only—not suitable for wet salt or other spices). Pepper mill features a grinding mechanism that cracks peppercorns before they’re ground, providing the freshest, most flavorful pepper possible. Both mills are adjustable from fine to coarse.
Includes: 1 pepper mill or 1 salt mill
Material: Stainless steel, acrylic
Care: Hand wipe clean
Use: Requires six AAA batteries (included)
Dimensions: 2" x 7½"
Warranty: Lifetime warranty on grinding mechanism
Made in France
Invented in 1842 and always evolving, Peugeot salt and pepper mills are standouts, famous for their durability and ease. Available in an array of styles, the Peugeot collection is made in France and features grinding mechanisms that are virtually indestructible and guaranteed for life.
I have been using these salt and pepper grinders for over five years and still love them. Family and friends have received them as gifts and I have received no complaints. As a serious cook I would highly recommend this product. Peugeot stands behind their warranty but you must use the store you purchased from. Enjoy!
The product is very cheaply designed. Both tabs holding the battery compartment in broke after changing the batteries only a few times. There is no way to contact the manufacturer for support or parts. Do NOT buy anything from Peugeot, you will never be able to contact them if you have problems
I love having an electric pepper mill. When my old one died, I ordered this, and what I like best about it is the light, so that I can see how much pepper goes onto the food. At gatherings it gets all the attention, and a little envy, from my guests. Once I figured our how to put it together, it has been fabulous
We not only love these but so does every dinner guest. I've given many as gifts and everyone not only loves them but they receive compliments from their guests. The most remembered gift I've ever given.
I need to change my batteries, got it apart but can't get the case to release?
A shopper on Apr 12, 2015
Best Answer:Once you separated the top from the bottom, look at the underside of the top section. There are two tiny switch like open squares. Take a ballpoint pen and slide these switches toward the center of the diameter, this will unlock the battery compartment. Twist, pull apart and change batteries. Relock these switches by placing the top two parts together, then slide the switches back toward the outside wall (when viewing the bottom of the top two section). Now place top of mill on the bottom, turn to lock together. Good luck