Hario Skerton Plus Hand Grinder
What's in the box
- Grinder body
- Grounds catch
- Grounds catch lid
- Flexible hopper cover
- Crank arm
- User manual
A Grinder For Many Applications
If you’re looking for a hand grinder that won’t break the bank the Hario Skerton Plus is a difficult option to ignore. Its conical burrs provide a wide range of grind settings from nearly-espresso to cold brew, making it versatile enough to satisfy even an adventurous brewer’s wildest whims, while its simple hand-powered operation makes it usable for folks who are brand new to brewing. Thanks to the materials it’s built from—BPA-free plastic, stainless steel, glass, and silicone—you can expect this hand mill to be sturdy enough for daily use while still easily portable for on-the-go grinding.
Improved Consistency Means Better Coffee
Hario managed to keep all of the best features of the classic Skerton when they added the newest updates. The large bean hopper and grounds catch capacity can easily handle doses for any batch size, or it gives you the option to grind enough coffee for a few brews and seal it all in with the included grounds catch lid. The biggest update though comes in the burr stabilizer plate, which provides increased particle consistency and makes this grinder an even better investment for the discerning coffee drinker compared to the original.
"Great grinder: quick, efficient. The silicone cap makes it quieter and keeps beans from flying out if you get too vigorous."
—Joan K., Verified Buyer
"Great grind. Great coffee. I look forward to every cup!"
-Anita J., Verified Buyer
"Beautiful mill, works like a charm, quality parts, and very consistent size of grounds."
-Kristina N., Verified Buyer
Burr stabilizer plate
75g hopper capacity, 100g grounds catch capacity
Constructed of steel, glass, plastic, and silicone
|Dimensions:||W. 172mm x D. 93mm x H. 231mm|
|Capacity:||75g in the hopper, 100g in the grounds catch|
|Materials||Glass, Silicone, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel|
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