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While the glass is of high quality, it can still break pretty easily. A fall from most counters will shatter it immediately. This is also means it's not very suitable for travel as a strong enough impact to your bag/luggage can shatter it easily. See More
Adjusting the grind setting can be pretty convoluted for new users, as you are required to disassemble the grinder, adjust the grind adjustment nut and then put everything back together. If you like to change your grind often, this can get quite tedious. See More
The burrs are made out of ceramic, which is more durable than steel and can remain sharp twice as long as steel burrs. They are however, not as sharp as steel burrs. Despite the durability, the burrs can be easily damaged if there is a hard or metallic object mixed in with the coffee beans. See More
This grinder is very simple to use. You just have to open the lid, pour in some beans, close the lid and start grinding them. Once finished, the coffee will be collected collected in the glass container at the base. The glass container is transparent, so you can easily see how much coffee it has in it. See More
The larger the grind setting, the more difficult it is to retain grind consistency. This is due to reduced stability of the burrs at coarser settings. Fine and medium grinds will be great, but most coarse grinds will turn out uneven. This can be circumvented via modifications, but these will void your warranty. See More
This grinder is relatively cheap, but it has really good components such as the ceramic burrs and the finely crafted glassware. It has a simple design, but it still looks good without having excess decorations. It can easily fit in with the looks of your kitchen. See More
This coffee grinder needs to be cleaned more often than other similarly priced grinders. It generates a lot of static, which makes large amount of coffee stick to its parts. If you don't clean it regularly, the amount of leftovers will build up and will start affecting the flavor of your coffee. See More
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