Anyone use a manual coffee mill?!

Question: Anyone use a manual coffee mill!?
I am looking to get one for grinding beans for my french press but I don't know if they are any good!. If anyone has experience with them i would like to know if they are easy to clean and use because i heard that grinding beans on them takes ages!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

We sell both electric and manual!.
The manual are not good except for some expensive brands( and even then there's problems)!.
Why a manual when you can get a great Delonghi for $30!?
Go for that one!.
People who buy the manual, usually use them for show( alot of companies who manufacture them make them look antique) and they are antiquated in this day and age!.


Don't bother with a manual one!. They do take ages, the quality of grind (ie fineness of powder) is hit and miss!.

Buy a small electric one, you'll get your money's worth, they can also be used for grinding spices (just make sure you clean thoroughly afterwards)!. Make sure you get one with a few settings for grind quality, e!.g!. cafetiere powder is much coarser than expresso!.

You could also buy a stick blender, some of them have grinding attachments that can be used fo coffee, the upside is you can use the stick blender for cooking but you have less control over grind quailtyWww@FoodAQ@Com

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