Porlex Tall Stainless Steel Hand Grinder
This compact & stylish human-powered ceramic burr grinder is the greenest and most portable way to grind fresh.
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Quality Hand Grinding
The Porlex Tall burr grinder is made out of stainless steel, which not only makes it easy to clean, but more resilient than glass hand-grinders, and produces less static than plastic hand-grinders. The conical ceramic burrs don’t rust, are easy to clean and stay sharper for much longer than steel burrs.
The Porlex Tall has double the capacity of the Porlex Mini, so you can grind enough for you and a friend.
This grinder can handle a wide variety of grind preferences from Turkish to French Press. Thanks to a easily accessible locking nut, it is really easy to adjust.
But the thing that really sets this apart from other hand grinders is the speed and ease of grind. This is due to a couple of features: a long steel handle that connects solidly to the grinder and the ability to hold the grinder steadily in one hand while turning the handle with the other.
If you have an Aeropress and like to have fresh ground, amazing coffee when you travel, you'll be delighted to know this lovely little industrial looking grinder fits perfectly inside the Aeropress tube.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Aug 2018
Beautiful product that works so smoothly. Made of excellent materials for a clean feel and great grind. Much prefer it to my electric grinder.
Also quick service and shipping. Would highly recommend.
The best hand grinder.
Posted by Comptonblue on 11th May 2018
The Porlex Tall is perfect grinder for someone looking to not spend too much money. The quality of the burr has improved my coffee 10-fold, it's really easy to grind, much cheaper then getting an automatic grinder of risk quality. Transcend code was really helpful in responding to my questions and keeping me updated on the shipment - great overall experience, thanks guys!!!
fun way to start the day!
Posted by Nathalie on 4th Aug 2015
Love it. It's sleek, easy, fits perfectly in my aeropress. The instructions are strictly in Japanese, but it's not rocket science. It takes 2-4 minutes max to grind, and is way quieter than the electric ones. I feel more connected to my coffee when I do it this way - I know it sounds weird, but it does taste better when I've put in a little bit of effort to making it! ;-) Quality built, feels solid. Grinds perfectly and evenly, and doesn't heat up the coffee. It's easier to grind if you sit down and hold it between your legs.
Good Little Grinder
Posted by Judith on 21st Dec 2014
This is a very good little grinder which gives a lovely even grind and great coffee taste improvement over my usual blade grinder. I would have given five stars but I do need to say that it takes some strength to grind and also to hold onto the device. It does take a few minutes to finish the grinding. That said, I am very pleased with the Porlex. Yes, the directions are in Japanese but you can easily find English PDF directions on the web.
great little grinder
Posted by Annie on 16th Dec 2014
I love my new grinder. I wanted something small, manual, unbreakable and easy to use. This fits all those requirements. It also grinds the beans evenly and exactly how I like it.
no english instructions
Posted by Greg Hnatuk on 27th Nov 2014
i know it is just a hand grinder but there is no english on the box, instructions or any contact information if problems. Disappointing given the price.
excellent results with some effort
Posted by Rose on 24th Jul 2013
This grinder gives beautifullly ground coffee. The only problem is that it takes some real effort to grind the beans, especially light roasts. A strong grip and arm strength are required. The handle which pops on or off and the small diameter of the grinder makes it easy to store or carry with you. There were no english instructions included but the illustrations in the Japanese pamphlet were easy to understand.
Posted by Paul D on 24th Jul 2013
Great little portable grinder - taking it with my Aeropress. Works very well and the grind is consistent. Would be nice to have instructions in English in addition to Japanese :)