Porlex Hand Coffee Grinder II

85.00

With its newly designed burr set, the Porlex II can grind beans more easily, more quickly, and more evenly. This results in fewer fines, fewer boulders, and more even quality grounds.

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Description

Looking for an exceptional hand coffee grinder? Whether you want the perfect coffee grinder for travel, or a great quality burr grinder without the price tag of an electric machine, Porlex grinders are what you’re looking for.

After battling hundreds of hoards of beans of every size, shape, and roast, as well as surviving the harsh conditions of camping backpacks, carry-on luggage, and office desk drawers, the Porlex has gained enough experience points for a big level up, introducing the Porlex II!

With its newly designed burr set, the Porlex II can grind beans more easily, more quickly, and more evenly. This results in fewer fines, fewer boulders, and more even quality grounds.

Made in Japan with higher quality materials than its predecessor, the Porlex II punches above its weight – scaring its rivals back to their grinder travel pouch caves.

Your favorite Porlex grinder just got loads better. So gift your Porlex I to your cousin or co-worker, and pick-up the new and improved Porlex II hand grinder in the battle for portable coffee supremacy.

  • New and improved ceramic burr set
  • Made of higher quality materials than Porlex I
  • Made in Porlex’s Kirishima City, Kagoshima factory in Japan
  • Grinds more quickly, easily, and evenly than Porlex I
  • Ceramic burrs do not absorb water or smell and will not rust
  • Each click will make an approximately 37-micron change
  • The slim, simple design is very portable and will fit in an AeroPress
  • 25g approximate capacity
  • Detailed instructions included
  • Beans.ie verified

Did you know that if you remove the rubber sleeve this grinder fits perfectly into the bottom of an AeroPress? For those of you who like to have your coffee cupboards/corners super neat, this is a real storage dream.

The grinder is adjusted by twisting the locking nut on the bottom and most people like to work on a system of clicks from zero, wind the lock all the way up to where it won’t click and more and then un-click the following amount of times for grind settings…

  • 1-4: superfine (work those arms!)
  • 5-6: fine filter
  • 7-8: medium filter
  • 9-10: coarse filter
  • 11-12: immersion