Top 10 Best Hand Coffee Grinders for 2020
If you consider your morning joe a lifestyle, the Bassani Macinino delivers the consistency you were looking for. The high quality, conical ridge construction helps keep the soil in full flavor, while the durable plastic plate prevents your beans from spilling.
- Smooth and quiet operation
- Comes with cleaning brush
- Grinding area is small
If you’re interested in Turkish beers, check out the Sozen Crank to find the reasons. This Eastern European style grinder has been handmade by artisans to the highest standards and has a removable, foldable handle that can be stored in the body when not in use.
- Flanged bottom for stability
- Can produce coarse grounds too
- Brass can be complicated to clean
The Zassenhaus Santiago consists of a combination of naturally lacquered beech wood and stainless steel and an elegant mahogany finish that is sure to go with almost any kitchen decor. The robust grinding mechanism has a guarantee of up to 25 years.
- Consistent and aromatic results
- Crank is easy to operate
- A bit on the pricey side
Hario Small Manual
The attractive Hario Small Manual can serve as a perfect addition to a country house or a hut thanks to its rustic wooden body, which should age well even after years of heavy use. A removable compartment makes it easier to collect and retrieve the finished product.
- Magnetic lid stays securely shut
- Good quality components
- Doesn’t hold a lot of beans
Thanks to the included set of easy-to-remove washers, the professional-grade Rok Aluminum is ideal for virtually any form of brewing, seamlessly switching between both stepped and stepless grinding actions. Its nonslip ring prevents wobbling and sliding when in use.
- Good for right and left-handed users
- Extremely durable construction
- Hopper could use a cover
Quality and sophistication describe the Peugeot Bresil , which boasts a case-hardened steel mechanism that quickly crushes your beans to the desired consistency with minimal effort on your part. It can double as a high-output pepper grinder, too.
- 5-year warranty on walnut exterior
- Corrosion-resistant design
- Can make quite a mess
Hario Skerton Plus
For the home java enthusiast on a budget, the Hario Skerton Plus offers efficiency and style in an ergonomic and easy-to-use package. Conical ceramic burrs ensure a precise, uniform grind, while a nonslip rubber base keeps it in place even during strenuous use.
- Strong grind shaft
- Designed in japan
- Results can be a little coarse
Kalita KH-3 Retro
With its thick, wooden body and tough, cast-iron hopper, the attractive Kalita KH-3 Retro would look right at home in any farmhouse-style kitchen. At just over eight inches tall, it’s the ideal size for personal use, and won’t take up much room on your counter, either.
- Straightforward to use
- A solid starter option
- Great value for money
With its removable crank and ceramic components, the JavaPresse Manual is super easy to store and fully prepared to match the consistency of almost any electric unit when you want a delicious cup of coffee during your travels. A grinding guide is included.
- 18 coarseness settings
- One-year money-back guarantee
- Compact and very portable
Porlex Mini Mill
Whether you’re a busy traveler or on a camping trip, the Porlex Mini Mill can be a worthy companion. It’s one of the most compact models out there, capable of slipping into a backpack or carry-on, but can still produce grounds for everything from espresso to French press.
- 20-gram capacity
- Perfect for one person
- Comfortable silicone grip