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Keaty manual ceramic coffee burr grinder - $14.92 (35% off)

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[Amazon.ca] Keaty manual ceramic coffee burr grinder - $14.92 (35% off)

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Manual ceramic coffee burr grinder is currently $14.92 (original $22.88).

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CamelCamel says this is the lowest price in a year: https://ca.***************.com/product/B07CF82LM4

I bought it a few weeks ago, and it seems to work well.
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angelfish82 wrote: Silver is a bit cheaper at $14.20

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Yeah, the finish will come off the black one eventually. Also, if beans are left inside and the grinder is in the sun (like on a campground picnic table), the silver one will stay much cooler.
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RSole wrote: Yeah, the finish will come off the black one eventually. Also, if beans are left inside and the grinder is in the sun (like on a campground picnic table), the silver one will stay much cooler.
I personally chose the painted version because I did not want to deal with the steel one getting stained. The paint is actually nice and thick. I am hoping that it will not peel off, but time will tell.
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Darn missed it, back up to $22.88-$2 coupon=$20.88 for the stainless steel one
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These are great if you are making coffee just for yourself. You'll get sore hands and wrist if need to make for the family guests assuming you want freshly ground each time.
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I had a similar grinder, with better reviews. It's fun and a nice exercise. Unfortunately mine lasted a little bit over a year. It has plastic parts inside that wear off when used frequently.
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I wouldn't trust a grinder this cheap tho, you want consistency in the grounds, it makes a huge difference in the taste of the coffee. But if you don't care about the grind or the beans then get it I guess.

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