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Overall Rating 8.3, Based on 55 Reviews
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Manufacturer Zassenhaus
Machine Type Hand Crank Conical Burr Grinder
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Class Grinder, Conical Burr Consumer
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One of the better makes of hand grinders, there are many Zassenhaus manual mills available, and this listing covers them all.

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Linc Kesler (quality: 6.6) 01.08.2001 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Zassenhaus grinder
Bottom Line: Great grinder:  can be motorized (see text)
Stanley G. Kaminski (quality: 5.7) 07.01.2001 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Zassenhaus Knee Mill
Bottom Line: If you dont mind the effort of yankin n crankin and can live without a doser, this grinder provides excellent burrs for the buck
Scott Koschwitz (quality: 5.8) 09.07.2001 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Zassenhaus Knee Mill
Bottom Line: High-quality; cheaper than many electrics, will outlast any electric.  Dont overlook just because its a manual!  The "work" involved is overstated.
Greg Cook (quality: 7.0) 10.20.2005 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Box Mill - Model 151
Bottom Line: This is a high quality tool that doesn't cost a fortune .
Jon Hill (quality: 7.5) 08.07.2005 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: 161MA
Bottom Line: i like my zass but it may not be for everyone.
John Carruthers (quality: 8.7) 03.01.2009 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: 154
Bottom Line: For 20+ years this grinder provided a consistent grind that's good to the last bean.  Very handy for one cup and it gives you something to do while the water comes to a boil.
Brian Combs (quality: 6.3) 01.17.2002 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: box grinder
Bottom Line: Excellent grind at an excellent price!
A A (quality: 1.0) 12.20.2007 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: hand grinder
Bottom Line: just bought and off to a good start.
Guy Tedesco (quality: 7.0) 10.19.2001 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: zassenhaus mill
Bottom Line: cheap solution to getting espresso cut grounds
Georg Antonischki (quality: 7.3) 04.22.2002 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: Knee Mill
Bottom Line: Great grinder fun to use and very versatile
Joe Foo (quality: 6.5) 07.08.2002 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: grain mill
Bottom Line: Best of the Zassenhaus mills - grinds fast enough for espresso
Paul Pikowsky (quality: 7.8) 08.06.2005 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: 154BU
Bottom Line: A cheap, serious conical grinder at the price of speed and reproducable results.
Pat R. (quality: 6.0) 02.19.2001 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: Zassenhaus manual mill
Bottom Line: An excellent grinder for truly high quality, fine espresso grounds.
Matt Flickinger (quality: 7.7) 10.21.2007 Rating: 8.2
Product Reviewed: Zassenhaus open mill
Bottom Line: Manual grinders take a good amount of work, this one is no exception
Dave Shaffer (quality: 5.0) 09.19.2005 Rating: 8.2
Product Reviewed: Coffee mill
Bottom Line: I like it, it works and I use it everyday, so that's all that matters to me.
Ryan Kavanagh (quality: 9.3) 01.02.2008 Rating: 8.2
Product Reviewed: SW156
Bottom Line: Great grinder for the price, you just have to provide the motor :o)
Tim Lake (quality: 9.0) 07.21.2009 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: Moka
Bottom Line: A good starting grinder when budget is an issue and a great travel companion, but overrated as a 'grinder' alone.  Mazzer mini is 'five steps' up.
Leonard Wells (quality: 7.7) 04.21.2007 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: Manual Coffee Mill
Bottom Line: Builds Big Muscles ... Substantially Increases Heart-Rate ... Delivers TOP-NOTCH Grinds, without a doubt!
Martin Lipton (quality: 6.6) 05.10.2003 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: 169 closed hoppper
Bottom Line: Could well be the best hand-crank, but won't be an heirloom.
M V (quality: 9.0) 05.17.2008 Rating: 7.8
Product Reviewed: Box Mill 151
Bottom Line: Good housing, good burrs, but everything else kinda sucks.
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