A month ago, I bought a Kinu M47 Hand grinder, a ‘premium’ coffee grinder from a German company with over 25 years of coffee & spices grinders production. This post is my honest review.
First Impressions: What’s In The Box?
After a long time waiting on customs to release the grinder (I ordered it directly from Kinu while living abroad in Bolivia), I finally picked up my new hand grinder from FedEx.
It came packaged in a clean, and good looking cardboard box with some Kinu Branding all around.
The grinder is protected by a dense dark foam. Overall the packaging is good and it didn’t suffer one bit traveling all the way to South America.
Inside, you will find;
- Kinu M47 Grinder Body & Base
- Detachable Grinding Handle
- A piece of metal designed to help remove the Burrs if needed
- Black & White User Manual in English, German, French, and Spanish
- A ‘Grinding Preset’ Sheet designed to note & record your grind size settings for each coffee beans / roast
Detaching the M47 from the foam, the first thing that came to my mind was: