so so. the one-handedness and the magnetic feature are great, and what attracted me to the product. feels flimsy, NOT easy to fill, as the description states (sliding doors are miniscule--you'll be loading 1 peppercorn at a time). not much comes out, so prepare to squeeze those handles! as such, the handle on the more oft-used salt grinder broke off in a few months
My favorite feature...one-handed grinding. It's so easy to do. I've had mine for years, so I think it's safe to say the quality is good. Filling isn't that hard, you can just cup your hand around the opening. But I make it even easier by folding a piece of paper in half which creates a sort of funnel, but unlike a funnel it won't clog
I have had the pepper grinder for years. I also have the mini set I use at the table. I am on the website now buying the salt grinder. I have many salt and pepper grinders, but when I am cooking, I always grab the ""rabbit ears"". It just takes one hand to operate and it grinds the pepper just right. I agree with the other review that it seems less sturdy than it should, and is not easy to fill, but I have had mine for years and even with these faults, it is my favorite
Ingenious design makes for easy one-handed use. Magnetic backing enables you to keep within easy reach at all times. Ball is simple to refill and features an adjustable grind. The grinds on these salt and pepper mills are not adjustable.
They are six inches tall. I believe these are sold separately and the smaller ""mini"" ones which are 4 inches tall are sold as a set. The mini ones are great for the table. I use the larger ones by the stove