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JavaPresse Manual Coffee Bean Grinder with Adjustable Settings – Patented Conical Burr Grinder for Coffee Beans, Stainless Steel Burr Coffee Grinder for Aeropress, Drip Coffee, Espresso, French Press

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[ Built-in Adjustable Grind Selector ] The Manual Coffee Grinder by JavaPresse Coffee Company is equipped with over 18 manual grind settings to ensure you have 100% precision & control over the coarseness of your grind; great for all coffee brewing methods for that perfect cup of freshly ground coffee to start your day.
[ Convenient, Portable & Easy to Use ] Convenient hand crank mechanism eliminates over 90% of the noise that an electric coffee bean grinder would produce; unlike electric burr grinders for coffee beans, JavaPresse hand coffee grinder requires no batteries, power, or long plastic cords to operate allowing you to enjoy fresh ground coffee beans at home or on the go; perfect for your next camping, hiking, or backpacking trip.
[ A Freshly Ground Cup of Coffee to Start Your Day ] JavaPresse Manual Coffee Grinders are equipped with a professional grade ceramic conical burr to heighten flavors of the most exquisite coffees in the world; providing an incredibly consistent grind for a variety of brews while making as little noise as possible; smell the fresh aroma of freshly ground coffee as you brew them on your espresso machine, Aeropress, French Press or Pour Over Coffee Maker. Ground, Brew, and Enjoy!
[ Quality Tested and Built to Last ] Crafted with the same essence as traditional Japanese cookware, our patented ceramic coffee grinder burr is tested through three quality inspections to last 5x’s longer than comparable stainless steel coffee burrs; combined with an impeccable stainless steel frame and convenient size, this coffee burr grinder is at the pinnacle of travel gadgets.
[ Enhance your morning experience with the JavaPresse Manual Coffee Grinder ] Features a built-in adjustable grind selector with 18 adjustable grind settings to craft your perfect cup; this manual burr grinder is built with a patented dual plated ceramic burr assembly that’s great for all coffee brewing methods; comes with a manufacturer warranty & 100% money back guarantee.


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Item Dimensions LxWxH: 1.8 x 7.5 x 1.8 inches. Item Weight: 9.4 Ounces. Material: Stainless Steel. Color: Stainless Steel. Brand: JavaPresse. Date First Available: September 4, 2015. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #187 in CARTGET Launchpad. Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 19,352 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars. Item model number: JavaPresse Manual Coffee Grinder. Country of Origin: China. ASIN: B013R3Q7B2. Manufacturer: JavaPresse. Item Weight: 9.4 ounces. Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 7.5 x 1.8 inches.

Specification: JavaPresse Manual Coffee Bean Grinder with Adjustable Settings – Patented Conical Burr Grinder for Coffee Beans, Stainless Steel Burr Coffee Grinder for Aeropress, Drip Coffee, Espresso, French Press

Weight 9.4 lbs
Dimensions 1.8 × 7.5 × 1.8 in

4 reviews for JavaPresse Manual Coffee Bean Grinder with Adjustable Settings – Patented Conical Burr Grinder for Coffee Beans, Stainless Steel Burr Coffee Grinder for Aeropress, Drip Coffee, Espresso, French Press

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  1. Haon the Great

    About 4 months ago, my wife bought us an espresso maker for our anniversary. After seeing prices upwards of $100 for every electric burr grinder out there, we decided to go with this little guy instead. Now, after having two of these grinders and making espressos every day (no that is not a joke, and yes, we like our coffee), there are four big takeaways: 0) First off, this thing grinds quite well, which it should since that’s is sole job (but see #2). Espresso absolutely tastes noticeably different between this and an electric blade grinder. If you want espresso, you need a non-blade grinder of some sort, for certain. 1) This device is … SLOOOOOW … at grinding espresso for two people. It is quite fast if you want a French press (takes us about a minute), but if you want grinds small enough for several shots of espresso, be prepared to elbow grease it for 5-10 minutes. While this is typically a non-issue (you simply grind while talking, or watching the news, etc.), we have days where 5-10 minute grind sessions are just not possible and others were it just seems like my time should be better spent elsewhere (like walking the dog, or helping my kids). If you are a rush out the door type of morning person or have large family commitments, heads up! 1A) My friend has an electric grinder; he makes us espresso every time we go over. It takes about 5 minutes for four of us to have cups in hands. My family visited, and it was a solid 20 minutes before four of us had an espresso in hand. This is absolutely, without question, a personal use device only, at least for fine grounds. 2) Customer service for this company is BEYOND PHENOMENAL. Our first grinder just seemed off, but being espresso newbs we weren’t quite sure. After explaining how it was grinding, they instantly said “nope, that’s not supposed to happen” and shipped us a new grinder express. It was quick, it was polite, it was easy. Great, great, great service. 3) So the new grinder arrives, and as noted it grinds beautifully! The problem: the bottom half of the grinder (the storage container) slips off quite easily, as in, if you don’t hang onto it while grinding it falls off. The fix was simple: just switch the bottom with our defective grinder. Regardless, my experience at this point, coupled with the thousands of reviews saying just how great their costumer service is, leads me to believe that the company does not have a great quality control unit and instead relies on great customer service. THAT IS FINE. If you’re going to treat people like kings and queens when we contact you with defects, by all means, use that as your business model. This remains a buyer beware situation, but quite possibly the nicest one you will ever find yourself it. So why 4 stars? Because after 4 months, I think the drawbacks are noticeable enough to call this a very good, but not great product. People need to be aware that you will spend a good chunk of time and energy grinding, and probably spend time and energy making sure your product is actually up to standard. Bottom line: I would definitely recommend this, warts and all, based on the price and quality grinds. Just don’t kid yourself about the warts.Read more

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  2. Matt

    Throw that handle away and get out to the toolshed. The Miluakee 8 amp Magnum serves me well in the mornin’. Who wants to quietly grind away at the pile of beans their little hand grinder for half an hour anyways? Turn it up to 11 and really watch the window load with mounds o’ grounds. It’s kind if like internet were to have suddenly jumped from dial-up to fiber. Is it the intended use? No. But is OSHA going to come issue a notice or something? I’m a man and I do what I please, structural integrity be damned. Its not like the thing cost $100.Read more

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  3. D. Totten

    I don’t normally leave reviews of products I buy on Amazon, but there’s a specific reason why I am writing a review for this product that you’ll find out about shortly. In the meantime, here’s a brief list of pros vs cons on this product! Pros: -Works great for the Aeropress using a somewhat “fine” course setting with the conical burr just about touching the inside burrs -While it does take a full 1-2 minutes to grind an Aeropress scoop worth of beans, it requires very minimal effort -Built-in window is a nice add-on -Relatively easy to clean -Oddly enough, it fits perfectly into the hollow part of the Aeropress plunger for easy transportation Cons: -This product is basically the same design as all the other hand grinders available on Amazon, with the same inherent design flaws -As with all hand grinders, the grind you get for your coffee is never 100% consistent -Plastic piece that sits inside the conical burr is very prone to breakage *****SEE BELOW***** Okay, now for the important part! While I cannot speak for the other companies that sell basically the same product, JavaPresse sets themselves apart for their PHENOMENAL customer service! The aforementioned plastic piece inside the conical burr on mine broke after only two months of multiple grinds per day usage. After contacting JavaPresse about my broken burr using their website, I received an email back from them in literally ten to fifteen minutes asking for my address to send me a whole replacement grinder. The person who responded also told me they were going to be releasing an upgraded burr with a nylon insert that would be available within the week. I responded with my address, thanked them for their prompt service and also asked them to alert me when the upgraded burr was available. In response not only did they send me a whole new grinder, but they had just received these upgraded burrs and sent them to me as well!!!! To say I was blown away by the immediate, prompt, and efficient response to my issues with this product is an understatement. Its not often you see or hear of customer service like this anymore!Read more

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  4. KoalaSez

    Unit is smaller than you think it will be, and hold just the right amount of beans for a couple rounds with a french press or aero press. It does need some elbow grease to grind the beans and it does take longer than the traditional blade or burr grinder – remember, it’s manual, not electric. So far the grind seems consistent. Adjusting the grind takes some getting used to as you need to remember click count. The more clicks, the coarser the grind. I can’t speak to the espresso grind requirement since I don’t make it. I had to go online to learn recommended clicks for the type of grind as that info was not included in the little info flyer included. It talks about the grind size, using after the desired grind is selected, but does not provide the equivalent number of clicks. They have a lot of good information online. Having said that, here are their recommended starting points…. You’re welcome. Coarse (13-18 Clicks) – French Press, Cold Brew, Percolator, Coffee Cupping Medium Coarse (10-12 Clicks) – Chemex, Drip Coffee Makers, Vacuum Pots Medium (7-9 Clicks) – Pour Over Brewers (Including Ours), Aeropress Medium-Fine (4-6 Clicks) – Moka Pots, Pour Over Brewers, Aeropress Fine (1-3 Clicks) – Espresso, TurkishRead more

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