We Keep The External Adjustment Ring on The K Series Manual Coffee Grinder, See What Else Different?
☕ EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENT RING
Extra 30 clicks on the external numerical adjustment dial, a fine grind setting when brewing with an espresso machine
☕ STAINLESS STEEL "K BURR"
The specialized stainless-steel heptagonal conical burr, ideal for a variety of brewing methods.
☕ SECURE FIXING BETWEEN THE BURR and CENTRAL SHAFT
With a 10mm central shaft virtually, make grinding efficient and easy for a more consistent grind.
With 9 numbers and 90 clicks on the dial, each click shifting the grind by 22 microns. Use a fine grind when brewing with an espresso machine, find the "sweet spot" when dialling in your espresso!
Turn to a greater number signifies a coarse grind. Quick to adjust to your preferred grind setting As you would expect from an electric grinder.
With the K Burr, Grinding coffee no longer has to equate to hassle, and can instead be something you enjoy.
Start with a medium-coarse grind for pour-overs, the K Series is a grinder built on excellence and consistency of performance, makes a clean and bright tasting cup that is difficult to achieve with other grinders.
K-PLUS GRINDER with MAGNETS CATCH CUP
Using the open catch cup fitting/cap, remove the quick release by tipping it to the left and right, the grounds can then be released through the hole at the bottom.
It allows for much easier removal by twisting the catch cup(either clockwise or anticlockwise) than pulling it perpendicular to the body; 35-40g capacity.
1Zpresso K-plus grinder, cleaning brush, cleaning blower, anti-slip rubber, carry case
Weight: 800±5g (1.76lb)
Dimensions: 18.6 x 6.2 x 15 cm
Grounds Capacity: 35-40g (depending on the bean type)
Materials: Wood, polycarbonate, silicone, stainless steel, and aluminum alloy.
All 1Zpresso products include a one-year limited warranty under normal usage.
- The burr was calibrated and fixed in place by the 1Zpresso team. Disassembly of the burr may affect grind accuracy and cause damage to the grinder.
- There may be small scratches on the surface of the aluminium body, similar to that of brushed steel, this is normal and expected, as part of the Anodizing Process.