Hario Skerton PRO Ceramic Coffee Mill

£70.00
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4977642707740

Hario Skerton PRO Ceramic Coffee Mill

Make the stunning Skerton PRO hand grinder part of your morning ritual. Set the kettle to boil, grind your fresh coffee beans, brew and enjoy delicious cup of coffee every morning.

The Skerton PRO manual grinder has a slick anti-slip grip which ensures a truly stable grind. While the top transparent lid prevents the beans from scattering. What’s more is that there is no electric motor noise to worry about so you can make your morning routine a soothing one.

Apart from beautiful aesthetics the Skerton PRO has improved grind adjustment which lets you to select fine/coarse settings to get the all-important consistent grinding results. It also has improved sturdiness due to stronger grind shaft and easy to detach stainless steel handle for smoother grinding experience.

Just like all Hario hand grinders Skerton PRO comes with inner ceramic burr that’s preferred by baristas and coffee professionals. It can be easily detached and washed making the maintenance process much more enjoyable.

Additionally, the grinder has glass bowl hopper with 100g capacity to store coffee grounds when you need to brew multiple times throughout the day.

Hario Skerton PRO Hand Grinder Includes:

  • Easy to Detach Stainless Steel Handle
  • Anti-Slip Rubber Grip
  • Improved Grind Adjustment for Consistency
  • Stronger Grind Shaft
  • Fully Washable
  • Glass Bowl Hopper 100g Capacity

Overall the improved top selling Hario product is sturdier, more consistent, and even more loveable. So what are you waiting for? Buy now while stocks last.

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  • 4
    Very good grinder

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Feb 2018

    Very good grinder, I'm impressed with the sturdiness and reliability of the build quality in particular. The hopper has enough capacity for ~45g, i.e. 3 cups of coffee.

    Only niggle would be the vagueness in the instruction booklet about grind settings. It tells you whether certain coffee making techniques need 'coarse' or 'fine' grinds, but not what the relevant settings of the grinder would be to achieve them, so you need to experiment a bit, but it's worked out more or less fine.