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I have that model hamilton beach blade grinder and I also agree with shaking it to improve consistency. I know it's not the best grinder but I'm under employed right now and can't afford better. As soon as I get a decent IT job a burr grinder will be the first lifestyle upgrade I'll purchase so this thread is being saved for future use.
I currently brew with a french press, an aero, a bodum mocha pot and a shitty drip brew. The mocha is my favorite, I just wish it was a bit bigger so I could get a full mug.
So I know that people on this sub really don't like blade grinders, but This Hamilton Beach This was my grinder of choice until I got a burr grinder. The hamilton lasted me 2 years and is still going strong.
>conical burr grinder
Any reason why I should rebuy a grinder over the cheap grinder I have?
The only thing I wish it had was the ability to grind more beans at once since I do cold brew and each batch uses ~285grams of coffee.