USED - EXCELLENT | Hario Skerton Pro Hand Grinder

Product Code
mmcs-2b-us-e-hario-sp
$53.19
$47.87

Summary

Item Condition: Used - Excellent

Used - Excellent: Items that have been used for demonstration or owned previously, but have minor evidence of use. This item will have all of its accessories but may be missing its original packaging.

Warranty: Manufacturer's warranty does not apply. This item will be covered by Prima for 30 days after delivery.If something were to fail within that time Prima will, at its sole discretion, either pay for warranty service onsite or pay for the unit to be returned. We will issue a refund after the item is received at our location.

Return Policy: If for any reason you decide that your purchase was not for you then you can return your purchase within 30 days of receipt by following the steps in our No-Hassle Return Policy. We recommend that you insure your shipment to protect against lost shipments and freight damage.

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Measurements

Weight
3.5 lbs
Length
12 in
Width
6 in
Height
4 in

Details

 

Features

  • 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
3 stars, based on 1 reviews

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2/25/2020 4:37:56 PM

3 / 5 stars

A precisely decent grinder.

Good fortune and past work in specialty coffee have allowed me to use a variety of quality grinders in the past. Numbered among these are Baratza, Mahlkoning, Capresso, and Hario. The current iteration of the Hario Skerton Pro is . . . decent. I used this grinder for Chemex, V60, and Kalita Wave (glass 185 and stainless steel 155) pour overs. My primary critique of the Hario Skerton Pro is the grind size. The burr settings are easy enough to adjust, but are never uniform. Beyond uniform grind size, how much can one critique a hand grinder? The price is decent. Ergonomics are decent at best. Aesthetics are decent. The grinder feels a step above cheap. All that said - it will still grind your coffee. I still use the grinder daily for now. For me, the results of the Hario Skerton Pro have left me missing an automatic burr grinder. I'll keep the Hario as a backup, and for travel/camping - but I'll be purchasing another grinder for daily use. If you're looking for a simple, inexpensive manual grinder that will result in a cup of coffee, this should do. If you are hoping this manual grinder will outperform or replace an Infinity or Encore - this will not.

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