Posted Wed Sep 5, 2012, 11:36am Subject: Re: Looking for cheap manual grinders,what ones are good?
Even with it's high price I've considered buying the LIDO because the quality appears to be excellent. But it's too big and too heavy for me to qualify as a travel grinder. Why did they make it so tall? I'm never going to grind 60 grams by hand.
It fits in my backpack. I did grind 60g Sunday, and it was a chore, not to mention the problems I had with my aeropress with 60g in the chamber. 45g was a lot more manageable, both in the grinding and in the aeropress.
. Always remember the most important thing is what ends up in your cup!
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