Now available in French Bilingual Packaging

The classic Hario Skerton Coffee Grinder from Hario has a new upgrade. The new Skerton Plus stabilizes the ceramic burrs with a nifty little plate for a significantly more consistent grind. It's still high capacity so you can brew for everyone and it still won't break the bank.

A hand grinder has always been an essential part of any travel/work kit, and this is one of the best. With a ceramic conical burr set (the bit that grinds the coffee) and a sturdy handle, this will provide you with consistently ground fresh coffee to ensure a delicious caffeinated beverage. As you can easily adjust the grind size, the Skerton's suitable for virtually any brew method, and will protect you from the evils of instant coffee, wherever you are.

  • Capacity: ~100g
  • Weight: 500g
  • Materials:
    • Heatproof Glass Bowl Made in Japan
    • Ceramic Burrs
    • Stainless Steel Handle, Fixing Screw, Stopper and Grind Adjustment Nut
    • Silicone Rubber Hopper Lid and Non-slip Cover
    • Polypropylene Lid, Grip and Hopper

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
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This i.a.g.p. (Calgary, CA)

This coffee grinder is a great product. Easy to use, do a great job. 5stars.
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K.R. (Edmonton, CA)
Perfect first grinder

This is my first time grinding my own coffee, and I wanted something simple to use and non-electric. It was very easy to learn how to use this grinder and how to change the coarseness of the grind. I am very happy with it!

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Gary W. (Vancouver, CA)
Seems like a solid little unit.

Purchased this after many years of waiting for a good hand grinder that was practical and easy to use and would be durable , made with quality
components. There are many good reviews out there , as there are for many things. I purchased for when the grid goes down and when traveling
in areas where good coffee is hard to find. If you are traveling by vehicle , that means always having your camp stove , water and fuel along ,
as well as your favorite brew method. We have only used it for the set up , taking it for a test drive. Do not yet have any longevity studies testing
it's durability. After 2 trial runs it continues to prove easy to use and to produce a consistent grind.

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John M. (Calgary, CA)
Great grinder- no issues with the base for me.

After 14 years the Zassenhaus Mokka I'd bought in Berlin, Nov 2007, crapped out and I need a new hand grinder for pourover. I opted for this Hario and so far it's performed flawlessly. One thing I can't wrap my head around is why, when I live in Calgary not very far from 8 Oz, I had to pay for delivery, but the grinder is fabulous. Recommended.

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Cindy H. (Toronto, CA)
Great grinder but rubber base issues

We bought our first grinder 8 years ago, and loved it. So glad to see they designed the cover. We decided to give our old grinder to our daughter and order a new one so we had the cover. Works great, but unfortunately the base that keeps it from slipping does not fit properly and keeps falling off. This did not happen with the old one so this is a bit of a disappointment.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
83%
(19)
17%
(4)
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This i.a.g.p. (Calgary, CA)

This coffee grinder is a great product. Easy to use, do a great job. 5stars.
K

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K.R. (Edmonton, CA)
Perfect first grinder

This is my first time grinding my own coffee, and I wanted something simple to use and non-electric. It was very easy to learn how to use this grinder and how to change the coarseness of the grind. I am very happy with it!

G
Gary W. (Vancouver, CA)
Seems like a solid little unit.

Purchased this after many years of waiting for a good hand grinder that was practical and easy to use and would be durable , made with quality
components. There are many good reviews out there , as there are for many things. I purchased for when the grid goes down and when traveling
in areas where good coffee is hard to find. If you are traveling by vehicle , that means always having your camp stove , water and fuel along ,
as well as your favorite brew method. We have only used it for the set up , taking it for a test drive. Do not yet have any longevity studies testing
it's durability. After 2 trial runs it continues to prove easy to use and to produce a consistent grind.

J
John M. (Calgary, CA)
Great grinder- no issues with the base for me.

After 14 years the Zassenhaus Mokka I'd bought in Berlin, Nov 2007, crapped out and I need a new hand grinder for pourover. I opted for this Hario and so far it's performed flawlessly. One thing I can't wrap my head around is why, when I live in Calgary not very far from 8 Oz, I had to pay for delivery, but the grinder is fabulous. Recommended.

C
Cindy H. (Toronto, CA)
Great grinder but rubber base issues

We bought our first grinder 8 years ago, and loved it. So glad to see they designed the cover. We decided to give our old grinder to our daughter and order a new one so we had the cover. Works great, but unfortunately the base that keeps it from slipping does not fit properly and keeps falling off. This did not happen with the old one so this is a bit of a disappointment.

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