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Hario - Canister

Hario - Canister
Price: 54,48 € 64.00€
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Rating: 2,20 (Reviews: 5)
Hario Canister is the effective and functional combination of a grinder and an airtight glass container.

Despite its rustical charm and plain look, it makes an astonishing part of technology. Ideal for coffee lovers who find pleasure in brewing their own coffee. Made of high quality Japanese glass, metal and wood. The grinder is equipped with adjustable ceramic burrs which can be adapted to the coffee brewing method. In addition, the rubber fixed to the base provides stability when grinding. The glass container is closed with a lock, thereby creating vacuum and protecting against the loss of aroma.
EAN13: 4977642707320
Brand: Hario
Grinder type: manual
Burr type: ceramic
Width: 20,8 cm
Height: 21,5 cm
Diameter: 10,5 cm
Shipping within: 24 - 48 hours
Article number: CMHN-4
Description: New version
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