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Hario Ceramic Slim - Davin Gegolick's Review
Posted: February 11, 2015, 8:13am
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Hario Ceramic Slim Mill
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Arrow The Hario Ceramic Slim has 9 Reviews
Arrow The Hario Ceramic Slim has been rated 8.24 overall by our member reviewers
Arrow This product has been in our review database since February 7, 2009.
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Steve P 9.00
Larry Mendoza 9.00
Chris Cambell 8.00
Brett Holland 7.25
Dan Gray 6.67

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 7.0
Manufacturer: Hario Japan Quality: 6
Average Price: $35.00 Usability: 6
Price Paid: $35.00 Cost vs. Value 9
Where Bought: Kicking Horse Coffee Aesthetics 7
Owned for: 1 year Overall 7
Writer's Expertise: I live coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: Breville BCG450XL Grinder
Bottom Line: A compact grinder that takes time to make a decent espresso grind.
Positive Product Points

- Small/compact
- Ceramic blades don't rust
- Comes apart for easy cleaning
- Can make a very fine grind for espresso

Negative Product Points

- Takes a long time to grind
- Doesn't make more than 2 cups
- No markings on grind adjuster

Detailed Commentary

I purchased this little grinder for when I go camping & don't want to take my electric grinder. It's small, compact, & works great for the outdoors. I bought this grinder to use with my 1 cup aluminum mini espresso maker when I go camping. The finest setting chokes out my mini espresso maker. I've yet to try the finest grind to see how it performs on my La Pavoni Professional.

It takes a while to grind enough even for a shot of espresso but when camping outdoors, I have nothing but time & enjoy spending a little extra time if it results in a fresh cup of espresso. If my friends want a shot of espresso, I make them grind their own cup.

Nevertheless, this is a great little grinder that is worth the $35 price tag.

Buying Experience

Purchased from Kicking Horse Coffee in Invermere, BC. I've ordered several items from them before who have been a pleasure to deal with.

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