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Manual grinder for V60

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I need to buy a new manual(travel) grinder for making V60’s. Are there any filter specific manual grinders available. Which grinders work best for filter?

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Most manual grinders work fine for V60.

At the cheaper end (£40-£60) you have Rhino, Porlex & Hario Slim, these have ceramic burrs and take a relatively long time to grind a dose, doses over 20g can be a real chore.

Zassenhaus make a couple such the Panama (holds 20g) and Quito (holds about 40g) in the £50-£80 range. These work OK for V60 but don't go fine enough for small immersion brews (Aeropress/Clever/French press), OK for larger immersion brews and if you use the Clever as a pourover.

Made By Knock start at just over £100, buy from a reseller, not direct. Compact & intuative grind setting.

Then from ~£180 upwards you have Lido (large, but Lido 3 & Lido E/ET are light), holds about 60g. Commendante's are also in this price range.

Kinu cost a little more.


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