HARIO SMART G- HAND GRINDER
( transparent black )
A Travel-sized Ceramic Burr Grinder. And it's washable.
If you are looking for a good travel-sized hand grinder, this is definitely one of our favorites. It's transparent and lightweight, and washable!
HARIO branding is a reliable mark of quality, and this hand grinder certainly delivers top-class results. The unit features a simple, ‘twist and click’ grind adjustment along with conical ceramic burrs. This mill is a dream to use, delivering a wide range of coffee grinds which are suitable for everything from French press brewing to a fine, drip cone pour.
The numbers and the lines on the flask indicate how much you ground- (1) is 12g, and (2) is 24g.
-Long, removable handle for effortless grinding
-Removable hopper with lid for easy access
-Twist and click grind setting for consistent results
-Sprung, conical ceramic burrs for the optimum grind
-Transparent flask holds 24 grams of ground coffee
-Plastic lid, hopper and flask make the grinder ideal for travel
Burrs: Conical ceramic (sprung)
Grind Setting: Adjustable
Weight: 0.5lbs (around 227g)
Size: W150 (with handle) x D53 x H190 mm
Made in China in HARIO's exclusive factory
*To change the grind setting, twist the grind adjustment knob rotating clockwise for finer grind, and anticlockwise for coarser grind. Firmly hold of to the handle and the main unit as you turn the grind adjustment knob. Make sure that the handle is attached to the unit before you adjust the grind setting.
*The burr section can be disassembled for washing, and here's how:
1) Turn the grind adjustment knob to remove the inner burr and burr holder. The external burr stopper cannot be removed. (Make sure that the handle if attached when turning the grind adjustment knob.)
2) Remove the grind adjustment knob to remove the inner burr and burr holder. The external burr stopper cannot be removed.
3) The burr may be coated in coffee oil. Soak the burr in diluted dish washing liquid and then rinse thoroughly. Allow it to dry completely after washing.
Photo Credited : Kurasu