Shorter and stouter than other manual coffee grinders, the Khaw-Fee (love the name!) manual grinder operates in almost exactly the same way.
It has a larger capacity for ground beans than models like the JavaPresse, so it’s suitable for those looking to grind more volume, but it feels a little bit wobblier when using.
Grind size is controlled by a knob connected to the burr and there isn’t a specific size setting to use. It’s more of a trial-and-error situation.
I do love being able to see through the glass collecting chamber to make sure everything is going as planned.
A downside of this glass chamber is that you can’t easily pour grounds into a narrow coffee maker, such as an AeroPress or Keurig My K-Cup.
If you use a standard drip, French press or pour-over coffee maker, this may not be a problem for you.
The glass portion is dishwasher safe and none of the components are going to pick up unwanted, rancid coffee aromas after repeated use.
Khaw-Fee offers a one-year warranty and a 100% money-back guarantee, but chances are you won’t need either.