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Hario Skerton Pro Hand Grinder

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4.6 stars, based on 19 reviews
 

The classic Skerton hand grinder just got a big makeover -- introducing the Hario Skerton Pro.

Among many notable new features, the Skerton Pro now includes a sturdy, solid cast handle that streamlines the process of grinding, as well as removing and replacing the new plastic lid. A burr stabilization spring keeps the center shaft secure, decreasing burr wobble and increasing grind quality on coarse settings. The Skerton Pro also features a new grind adjustment wheel located on the underside of the body, much like the Mini Mill Slim. No more hassle removing the handle, screw, and lock pin to change grind size - now you can adjust your grind in seconds. Lastly, the Skerton Pro features a wide grip on the body that offers more of a sense of control and stability. Grinding with the Skerton Pro is a pleasure and a noticeably improved experience.

Like the original Skerton, The Skerton Pro features large conical ceramic burrs, and a full range of grind sizes from espresso to french press. The bottom glass bowl holds up to 100g of coffee grounds, but if you need more capacity the body of the Skerton will thread directly onto standard Ball jars.

Great for travel or as an entry level burr grinder, the Skerton Pro is an economical option for those seeking to improve their morning brew. Looking for a more compact alternative? Check out Hario's Mini Slim Plus. For the classic Skerton feel, try the Hario Skerton Plus.

  • Large ceramic burrs
  • Internal bushing and burr spring stabilization
  • Constructed of steel, glass, plastic and silicone.
  • 100 gram grounds capacity
  • Wider grip and flat-bottom silicone foot
  • Stepped grind adjustment wheel
  • Easily removable handle

Hario

Originally known primarily as a company that produces glass products, Hario (also known as Hario Glass) has been working to produce high quality coffee and tea products since 1921. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. Hario has helped bring about a coffee renaissance in the U.S. by creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike for by-the-cup coffee brewing. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.

Verified Buyer

2018-04-02T23:11:39.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Great Manual Grinder for beginners

I’m no expert but a love coffee and in my pursuit for new and better taste, I found that a good balance grind its essential for the taste and finesse of it depends on the system you used like French press or v60 etc. This grinder it’s a conical ceramic coated, it gives you a constant grind and the adjust of the grind it’s very easy also cleaning it, a recommended this to any beginner that wants something more than Folgers or Starbucks

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2018-03-21T12:52:12.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Chipped the glass jar not

Chipped the glass jar not two minutes into unboxing. Never had a situation like this and was pretty bummed out. Called customer service and expected to get a tsk tsk but instead was immediately sent a replacement. I'm a fan for life. Also the grinder works like a charm.

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2018-03-15T16:21:03.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Great for the price

I was looking for a middle ground between my original Hario Slim and something pricier like a Lido. This hits that sweet spot nicely. I'm very happy with it after about a month of use.

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2018-02-28T17:35:31.000Z

5 / 5 stars

A Great Step Up!

I use this with my stovetop percolator and with my French Press - it is an enormous step up from my blade grinder. Adjusting the consistency is so easy and that was the main feature which sold me on this grinder rather than any competing models. I highly recommend it, and if you have just 3 extra minutes in the morning, this will dramatically improve your caffeination experience. And then you can use your old grinder for a spice grinder! My homemade mustard has never been better!

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2018-02-22T17:01:53.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Just what I wanted!

The grinder works great. It's easy to use and adjusting the grind size is simple. Shipping was very fast!

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2018-02-05T17:37:40.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Fun grinder

Is it a pain to hand grind the beans every morning? For a few days after I got this handsome, well-crafted grinder with the excellent glass receiving base, I thought about storing it for car camping and picking up a cheapie electric one for daily life. And then...my muscles and attention calibrated to the process. Not only does the Hario Skerton create perfectly ground beans, I find it sweet that grinding beans became quiet contemplation. Always good to have opportunity for more mediation. Excellent grinder for beans and life.

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2018-02-03T18:10:20.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Skerton hand grinder effective

This grinder is much quicker than it's little brother. You still have to take some time to grind your coffee but it is not difficult and the grind is consistent.

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2018-01-30T05:02:57.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Hario Heaven

Best little hand grinder out there. Keeps it even and it's perfectly adjustable!

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2018-01-15T02:48:27.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Great product

Great product

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2017-12-25T06:46:05.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Great

Love it!

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Verified Buyer

2017-12-24T02:14:40.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Consistent grind and a joy to use

I previously owned the original Skerton, and this model blows it out of the water. It's got added stability in the bottom burr shaft, including a spring to provide tension. The handle is beefy and makes it easy to turn the crank, and the hopper lid is a lovely addition for the occasional high velocity escapee. My only concern is a couple plastic pieces that are integral to holding the grind shaft; if they break, it may be difficult to replace them, as I don't think Hario sells the parts on their site.

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2017-12-23T02:59:26.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Wonderful way to grind beans

The design is perfect, beautiful, and a pleasure to use.

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2017-11-07T17:46:44.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Hario Skerton Pro Hand Grinder

This grinder works very well for me when I want to grind for 2 cups on days I use my Aeropress. Not to small and not to large. Seems a good price point for how it works and how it looks. Very happy with this grinder.

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2017-11-06T04:36:14.000Z

5 / 5 stars

Great Grind

This is an overall great grinder. Its super easy to use and super easy to clean. It makes a nice even grind that will have you brewing great coffee in no time.

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2018-03-14T19:15:12.000Z

4 / 5 stars

Hario skerton pro hand grinder

I have used this grinder about five or six times now and it has continued to do a great job

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Verified Buyer

2018-02-06T03:51:49.000Z

4 / 5 stars

Not perfect, but a big step up...

My only other grinder was a popular design of cylindrical stainless steel promoted as good for camping. Unfortunately it had so many flaws that it is now in storage as a backup. My month-old Hario Skerton Pro has more capacity, has visible upper and lower chambers, a better shaft and support system, positive click stops for the grind setting, and most impressive - the grinding handle is a work of art. It won't be slipping off the shaft anytime soon. The grind is nicely uniform compared to the less expensive hand-held cylinder. Another big plus is that the ceramic burr is attached to the shaft with a metal-to-metal arrangement, unlike the cylinder which uses a plastic "cog". I had one of these break and another is feeling quite marginal. But not perfect... The gripping silicone ring falls off at a touch. I'm tired of picking it up off the floor after grinding. Some of the internal supports are plastic - I would rather they be metal for more security. Bottom line: 100% satisfied with my purchase.

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2018-04-10T11:47:21.000Z

3 / 5 stars

Shaft is bent or grind burr hole is off-center

When rotating the shaft, the gap between the burrs changes, indicating a bent shaft (unlikely) or a hole or other component on the moving part that is non-concentric. I’ve taken it apart several times and cannot find a way to fix it. I’m 95% sure it’s a manufacturing error. The resulting grind is consistently inconsistent, owing to the constantly changing gap between the burrs. Please advise.

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2018-03-21T13:23:34.000Z

2 / 5 stars

Skerton Pro Hand Grinder Review

I really like the fact that this little machine is non electric and well made. However, grinding the coffee takes me much longer than anticipated.

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2018-03-08T20:25:06.000Z

4 / 5 stars

Uniform Grind Size

Pros: More consistent grinds than my Handground grinder - - less boulders and fines. This in spite of the fact that the Hario has more shaft wobble and a weaker stabilizing spring. The Hario can grind as fine as Turkish and as course as French Press or Cold Brew. Finer adjustment increments that Hario or Hario Plus. Cons: Really S-L-O-W. Handground is at least twice as fast due to the larger diameter burr set and the smaller crank handle (less arm motion). Must reset the grind adjustment after removing the cone burr for cleaning. All in all, I will give up the ergonomics and engineering of the Handground for the better grinds of the Hario Pro. Here are some good initial grind settings that I got from the Internet for the Hario Slim (same adjusment type as the Pro): Standard Drip Brew: 10 clicks #2 Pour over: 10 clicks Aeropress: 6-8 clicks Espresso: 5 clicks French Press: 12-14 clicks Moka pot: 9 clicks Chemex: 9 clicks

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