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This manual one by Cozyna is on Amazon for $20:
I've been using it at work for the past month or so and it's great. Very minimalist design but very well put together. I use it for Aeropress coffee so the grinding goes pretty fast, not sure how it compares in terms of speed to more expensive models.
I used this cheap coffee grinder from Amazon to reduce the size of the food pads and sticks. I have trouble getting fine particles to the little guys, and I'm tired of trying to find small-size food. This works really well.
Left to right: Shrimp King Complete pads, algae wafer, Genchem White Pellet sticks, GlasGarten Shrimp Dinner pads
I recently bought this, relatively cheap hand grinder and so far I've gotten a consistent grind for the multiple fineness grinds I've done. Works great for my french press, and I've even tried it for espresso and it seems pretty consistent.
Also fits inside an aero press, as it's designed to do that.
It looks exactly the same as this one I recently bought.
I really like it. It's compact, feels rather well built and is sized perfectly for a nice big serving. I use it daily and it doesn't leave me wishing I got a Hario. Get it. It's a great buy.
I read that blades are not as good as the Burr kind, I have this and used it for a year now. it's double the price but I know it does great.
I went with this one. It's a manual burr. [link]
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