Don't let the rustic charm of Hario's Canister Coffee Mill fool you. Despite its simple appearance, it's actually a very capable piece of technology ideal for those who wish to fully integrate themselves in the preparation of their coffee and espresso. Made of glass and metal, the mill weighs 2lbs and grinds using adjustable ceramic burrs that can be adjusted for preparation methods ranging from drip coffee to espresso. At the base of the grinder is a rubber grip to prevent it from slipping. The glass grinds chamber has a latch that seals it like a mason jar and can hold up to 120 grams of ground coffee.
Measures 4.4" D x 7.4" H x 4.3" W
I am looking for a battery operated coffee grinder. Any suggestions?
Unfortunately, there aren't any battery operated grinders of decent quality that I'm aware of. That said, the market is constantly changing. With hand-operated and portable espresso makers becoming popular, I'd expect to see something sooner or later.
Thank you for the question. I see you have tagged the Hario grinder. Are you looking for a non-electric model? If that doesn't matter, I would look at the Capresso Infinity Burr Grinder(Good) and I would also take a look at the Baratza Encore(Better). The Infinity will do the job you are asking of it but you will have limited settings, it does keep you under $100.00. The Baratza Encore gives you 40 grind setting, allowing you to dial in the grind to where you want it. It comes in at $129.00. This would be my preference for what you are doing. The Baratza will also allow you to get into beginner espresso machines and be able to grind for that also. Have a great day!
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