KONA Manual Coffee Grinder Review

KONA Manual Coffee Grinder
Overall Rating
76
Grind Quality (40%)
70
Design & Features (20%)
70
Durability (20%)
87
Ease of Use (10%)
87
Brand Reputation (10%)
82
The Bottom Line
A simple, sleek-looking manual coffee grinder, the KONA measures just 3.4" wide and has a conical ceramic burr with a glass jar and stainless steel crank for portable, freshly ground coffee on the go.
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Key Features of the KONA Manual Coffee Grinder

Key Features of KONA Manual Coffee Grinder

  • Material: Glass jar, plastic top, stainless steel crank and shaft
  • Size: 7.5″H x 3.4″W x 3.4″D
  • Burr: Conical, ceramic

KONA Manual Coffee Grinder Overview

Like the Khaw-Fee Manual Coffee Grinder, the KONA grinder has a plastic top, glass bottom, and stainless steel shaft.

In fact, it performs almost exactly the same with the same strengths and weaknesses.

But it does have two downsides the Khaw-Fee grinder doesn't have:

  1. No silicon base to prevent the glass from sliding
  2. Smallest ground coffee capacity

This mechanical grinder’s smaller capacity could be a plus, though. Its design makes it incredibly compact, making the KONA perfect for travelers, campers, or infrequent coffee drinkers.

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Is the KONA Manual Coffee Grinder for you?

Is KONA Manual Coffee Grinder for you?

KONA Manual Coffee Grinder Review: An In-Depth Look

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KONA Manual Coffee Grinder
A simple, sleek-looking manual coffee grinder, the KONA measures just 3.4" wide and has a conical ceramic burr with a glass jar and stainless steel crank for portable, freshly ground coffee on the go.

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