Best Manual Coffee Grinder
18 precision settings, ideal for all brew preferences, portable, far less noisy than electric grinders, long-lasting, and inexpensive.
Plastic disc at the base of the burr grinder is prone to breakage.
Design: This manual coffee grinder looks like an extra-large pepper grinder, but with a stainless steel handle on top. To grind your coffee, all you have to do is spin the handle around.
The container is small, sized for just a couple of ounces of coffee beans, so you won’t be able to produce more than a couple of cups at a time. However, for single-cup brewing, this is a very awesome no-power option!
Grinding: The fact that it's hand-powered means it will take a bit of work to produce the coffee, but it's compact, lightweight, and can be brought on any trip—camping, international, or vacation! It's quiet enough to use anywhere and at any time, and the ceramic blades will hold their sharpness 5 times longer than stainless steel blades.
Be warned: it is a blade grinder, so you want to use the coffee ground right away before the flavor-packing nutrients degrade (as a result of the heat/friction).
Features: People who need their coffee "just so" will love this hand-powered burr grinder. With over 18 adjustable settings, it's easy to grind coffee for a French press, drip coffee machine, espresso maker, cappuccino maker, or even cold brewers.
Price: This will cost just $24, and it's something that will deliver fresh-ground coffee no matter where you are. All in all, for coffee lovers, it's an amazing grinder to have on hand.