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Manual Coffee Grinder Zolay $21.24 (Was $40) + Delivery ($0 Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Zolay Amazon AU


There are 3 reasons to love manual coffee grinder zolay for cups of joe: ☕ 1.) Take it anywhere - There are two clear glass jars are provide, it can keep more powder and save time to grind more beans. ☕ 2.) Quality tested multiple times - the ceramic burr part of our manual coffee grinder was researched vigorously against the competition to prove that it provides the best and most precise grind available. ☕ 3.) Built for convenience - easy-to-clean, ergonomic, and built for any coffee maker in the world. We designed this with you in mind. The Manual coffee mill grinder makes life full with fragrance of coffee Stainless steel handle bringing enjoyable of grinding beans, it is kind of attitude of life, hearing the beans into pieces or powder slowly and slowly. The soft silicon lid can touch comfortable when you are grinding. Touch like baby skin and also very convenient. Easy control the nut to adjusting ceramic burr, to get the beans grinding fine or rough at your will. when you have a small party with friends, different flavors can be provided. After enjoy grinding the beans and savoring the coffee, the burr mill can easy disassemble and wash by hand. Each part can wash clean and ready for next time. This coffee mill is easy to control and handle and also a good gift for friends. ☕Note: If you have any questions before your purchase, you can always contact us, we will provide you with the fastest and most satisfactory answer.

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  • +7

    its only ever been full price for one day ?

  • Not sure if it was this brand but have had poor experience with this type of grinder… So long and so much effort just for one cup of coffee. Well worth spending more and getting the electric burr grinders

    • +2

      Electric burr grinder or a good hand grinder*
      I have an 1zpresso JX pro and can grind 21g of coffee in ~20 seconds. You get what you pay for.

      • Yh the one I got was cheap and around 3 minutes to grind enough beans for 1 cup of coffee

    • +1

      Although for convenience electric is quicker.
      For a quiet. Or img grind that doesn’t wake the baby and wife the manual one works for me.

      If found this particular grinder, that I use in my Aeropress (also very quiet) every morning, at the setting i found works best, takes around 200 handle turns to produce a single cup of coffee worth of ground coffee.

      Not everyone’s cup of tea (Pardon the pun) but it works for some and not for others.

      Also… easy to use an electric grinder when you have power..
      But some people use these devices off the grid.
      Which beats having to buy McCrappy coffee and support some clown that does. O thing for the environment or health of people.

  • https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07SPFZ3KY
    This is the correct link if you want to check it Cee33

    • +2

      was this the revision changed 15 mins ago? did you change it to your other product on the page?

      • Definitely changed. Dodgy.

  • We changed it because we put the wrong link and we recognized after your comment. We are not dodgy and sorry for any inconvenience happened to you.

    • +3

      Or you changed because you were trying to pull the wool over our eyes, and got called out. We’ll never really know which is true.

  • -2

    It's up to you. It is an offer you can take it or leave it. Sorry again for any inconvenience happened to you.

    • OK then. I shall leave it.

  • Crap deal.

  • +1

    If you have any semblance of interest in coffee taste, don't get a cheap rubbish grinder. If you're not fussy about coffee taste, then buy ground coffee; it typically costs nothing extra, and you don't have to grind it yourself!

    I don't see how there is a market for cheap grinders…

    • +2

      I disagree.
      Just buying preground coffee doesn’t mean you don’t like good coffee.

      Coffee snobbery is over the top some times.

      • Typically ground coffee is meant to be consumed as soon as possible as the taste will drop off quite fast, particularly if you're doing filters.

        However I didn't mean to disparage preground coffee here. I was more simply saying if you aren't concerned about the overall taste, why bother grinding coffee yourself?

        • +1

          Ah. I see.
          In that case, apologies.

          I do tend to grind my coffee more for the price savings, but can appreciate that it cam dry out and thus negate a lot of the effort in self grinding the beans. Or should I say the seeds.

          Mind you. I am dubious to how well those filters on preground coffee work.

  • It works I got a very similar, it take a few minutes to grind, a bit long, unless you go for the coarse setting

    • +1

      It does take me around 200 handle turns to get a grind for my Aeropress.

      I found any courser and it lost flavour.

      I use a combination of either decaf or caffeinated coffee.
      Depending on my needs.
      And if I made the decaf any courser it was too watery in flavour tbh.