About Kilner Traditional Coffee Grinder
Closeouts. Grind coffee beans the old-fashioned way with Kilner's traditional coffee grinder. The adjustable stainless steel grinder allows you to choose between fine and coarse grinds, and you can store any leftovers in the tight-sealing glass jar.
Specs about Kilner Traditional Coffee Grinder
- Weight: 1 lb. 2 oz.
- Material: Glass, stainless steel
- Height: 7-3/4"
- Diameter: 3-3/8"
- Capacity: 17 oz.
- Special washing: Hand wash
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Cool conceptVerified Buyer Reviewed by Steve from Idaho on Wednesday, January 17, 2018I spend a fair amount of time living in the woods without electricity and thought this would be a great little way to enjoy some of the finer things like freshly ground coffee while jammin off grid. Unfortunately almost all the moving parts are plastic and of chintzy quality. I am a first class breaker of things and I estimate this would have survived two weeks of real use before I destroyed it.
Highly recommended if you own a vacation rental cabin, this would be a cute decor piece but not actually designed to grind up beans for your daily brew.
Handy Grinder & Practical IdeaReviewed by Rico Hardcore New Mexico from God's Country U.S.A. on Thursday, December 21, 2017I bought this so when I was OUT in the middle of NOWHERE (like most of New Mexico) I could grind up some fresh beans & amaze my friends (or make new ones) with some REAL Cowboy Coffee. Well, it works! I really like the ability to store the extra grindings in the Mason (OOPS!) I meant Kilner Jar for later usage and keep it fresh. There is, however, a learning curve to using it. Start off grinding Medium or Coarse. Snug the adjustment screw down THEN back it off 1 turn & go from there. When you get the grinder adjusted just right, put a mark on it with a Sharpie. DON'T try to grind beans too fine. Forget Expresso or Turkish grinds. Real Cowboy Coffee is made in a percolator anyway, and that uses a coarse grind.
Nice idea but...Verified Buyer Reviewed by Carnation Rider from Carnation,WA on Tuesday, December 19, 2017It's cute, it works but takes a lot of effort and time to grind. Easier on the courser grind settings. It takes too long for everyday use but will keep for power outages.
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