This adjustable ceramic burr grinder chews through coffee beans with a simple turn of the crank handle. Grind coarse for press coffees, extra-fine for espresso and everything in between—the ceramic grinding mechanism cuts beans into a uniform consistency for maximum flavor extraction. Ground coffee falls into a glass base that includes a cork for easy transport and to seal in freshness. Thanks to a nonslip silicone base, the grinder stays put during use. Attractive heritage-inspired design adds a stylish touch to any countertop. Crafted in Japan since 1921, Hario coffee tools are widely recognized for their quality and innovation.
Material: Ceramic, glass, silicone, cork
Care: Dishwasher safe
Dimensions: 4¼" x 6¾" x 8¼"
Capacity: 120 g
Warranty: Warranted against manufacturer defects
Made in Japan
Since 1921, Hario products have been made by the most skillful and experienced craftsmen in Japan. Hario places the highest value on high-quality, well-designed functional products.
Please explain difference of Skerton model grinder and the new ceramic burr grinder by Hario?? Thank you
A shopper on Sep 28, 2014
Best Answer:The answer above is inaccurate. The skerton model has a plastic hopper, and a screw top. The newer ceramic model (both have ceramic burrs by the way) with bronze and glass has a smaller, metal hopper and a metal clasp instead of a screw top. I bought the new brass/metal version and immediately returned it because of its super poor performance. You can read my review for more info.