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Timemore NANO Plus Manual Coffee Grinder

$159.00
SKU:
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MPN:
70TGD012AA001
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  • Timemore NANO Plus with E&B center burr
  • Timemore NANO Plus side view
  • Timemore NANO Plus open view
  • Timemore grinder brush
  • Timemore canvas grinder bag

Description

  • What's in the Box

  • NANO Plus hand grinder
  • Canvas carry bag
  • Cleaning brush
  • Manual
  • Warranty card
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Tiny Grinder, Big Quality

Some hand grinders focus on portability, others on grind quality, and others still on user-friendly design, but very few if any successfully bring together these three characteristics as effectively as the Timemore NANO Plus hand grinder. Weighing in at 0.8 pounds (360 grams) and standing just under 5 inches (12.5 centimeters), this diminutive hand mill is a full-range grinder, featuring 38mm conical dual-purpose burrs designed to efficiently grab and grind even the densest beans for espresso through French Press. The frame and internals are sturdy, too, consisting of aluminum alloy and 430 and 304 stainless steel. Small though it may be, the NANO Plus feels strong and is durable.

timemore NANO Plus open view

Repeatable Consistency

The NANO Plus, like all Timemore grinders, has a stepped grind adjustment system. The grind size is set by turning a dial on the bottom of the center burr. The dial, which is on a wheel attached to the axle, pushes the center burr closer to the outer burr when turned clockwise (creating a finer grind), and pulls the burr away from the outer burr when turned counterclockwise (creating a coarser grind). The system is easy to learn, especially since each “step” is accompanied by an audible click. The NANO Plus offers a full grind range, with espresso starting around 7 clicks from zero and pour over starting at around 15. See the manual for recommendations. Please note that the burrs may touch against each other just slightly at settings below 10 clicks.

timemore NANO Plus top view

Made To Travel

A grinder isn’t travel-friendly simply because of its size; it takes thoughtful details to make it work for life on the road. Perhaps the most obvious and unique feature of the NANO Plus is also what makes it so portable: its spring-assisted collapsible handle, which, when folded down against the body with the pommel removed and placed in the grinds-catch, shrinks the already tiny grinder to 5 inches tall by 3 inches wide. Timemore includes a canvas carry bag for travel and a sleek, branded brush to clear away retention under the button burr. Whether you’re an on-the-go brewer, or someone looking for a compact gear set for home, the Timemore NANO Plus hand grinder should be on your shortlist.

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    Compact size perfect for travel

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    Full grind range with steeped adjustment

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    Dual-purpose conical steel burrs

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    Unibody aluminum alloy body

More Features

15-18 gram capacity

Collapsible spring loaded handle

Diamond grip pattern for grip and comfort

Dual bearings for grind axle stability

Specifications

Model: Timemore NANO Plus Manual Coffee Grinder
Grinder Body Dimensions: 125 mm x 45 mm
Weight: 360 g
Capacity: 15x18 g
Materials: Aluminum alloy, 403 stainless steel, 304 stainless steel, black walnut
Burr Material: Stainless steel
Burr Type: Conical
Burr Size: 38mm

Timemore Grinder Comparison

Model: Chestnut C2 Chestnut NANO Chestnut Slim Chestnut G1 NANO Plus Slim Plus G1 Plus
Burr Type: Stainless steel Stainless steel or Titanium-coated steel Titanium-coated stainless steel Stainless steel or Titanium-coated steel E+B E+B Titanium-coated E+B
Hopper Capacity: 25g 18g 25g 30g 18g 25g 30g
Weight: ~450g ~375g ~425g ~570g ~375g ~425g ~570g
Dimensions H/Ø(mm): 160/60 125/45 175/45 170/50 125/45 175/45 170/50
Preferred Application: Filter Depends on burr choice Espresso Depends on burr choice Multi-Use Multi-Use Multi-Use

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