The cheapest coffee-grinder, but the quality is high
Though I don’t drink coffee, at home I have shellfish that eat calcium, which I constantly have to get somewhere. The simplest way for me is to pound shell of chicken eggs, which I will use for my omelet, and the shell is left.
It is very difficult and tiresome to pound shell in a mortar; you need about half an hour for one small portion. So the best solution is to buy a coffee-grinder. I have chosen the cheapest model not from Chinese producers, and I think I’m lucky as I have taken German Bosch, which is assembled in Slovenia. Only for about 20$.
Assembling of this coffee-grinder has no problems, it is merely for you to set the cover and everything is ready. It grinds shell into powder within 30 seconds, I am very pleased. However, it feels like the little motor built up in it is very weak, after 60 seconds of continuous use it begins working slower and the sound of its use is changing. It seems to overheat and you mustn’t use it more than 1-2 minutes at a time, though the maker doesn’t put on such strict limits.
It’s only a pleasure to wash the coffee-grinder as well, you take off the cover and calmly wash it, it is waterproof. By the way so to turn the coffee-grinder on you should simply press on the cover.
But there is one negative point, it is not airproof and the dust of eggs’ shell is dispersed a bit while use of coffee-grinder, and I believe there will be the same with coffee beans. But there is just a little bit of powder, that is I would say for 20$ I paid everything works just perfect. Recommend it.
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