They don't have one for sale right now (Though they do have a Preciso..something you may also consider if you think you'll ever start making espresso), but if you check the site on Thursdays, that's when they usually list what they have in stock.
UGEN Senior Member Joined: 7 Aug 2013 Posts: 22 Location: Aus Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Wed Aug 7, 2013, 10:18pm Subject: Re: Best brew grinder for pour over.
I just bought a Baratza Preciso after using a Porlex mini hand mill for the past 6 months and so far it has impressed me with the quality and consistency! I have been experimenting with the grind size with my Aeropress and I have been using it on 36 for a coarse grind then brewing Inverted for around 2 Minutes!
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