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Volume Discounts

For wholesale customers who wish to increase their margin and reduce their costs, we offer a volume discount of 10% on orders over $1000 in value (before shipping and taxes)

This discount applies to your entire order (excluding shipping and taxes), with some exceptions. The following exceptions are in place because of tight margins, reducing our ability to offer larger discounts.

We strive to keep our prices as low as possible, and on a few of products it is impossible to offer further discounts on the wholesale price. Rather than increasing the wholesale price for our smaller customers, we prefer to keep pricing accessible to everyone. In essence, the wholesale price is equivalent to a 10% discount, but is available to everyone. We have reduced the prices on some wholesale products to reflect this.

Exceptions to volume discounts:

Electric Brewers
Electric Grinders
Nut Milk Makers
Parts and replacements
DF Grinders
Fellow Ode
Frank de Paula
Getchu Some Gear Canada
Pacific Foods
Peak Water
VAC Coffee
VARIA VS3 Grinders
Weber Workshops

Once your order reaches $1000 you will see what your discount is on each item at checkout. If no discount is listed, it means it is excluded from volume discounts.

Effective February 1, 2024, our 15% discount tier was discontinued and free shipping extended. Please click here for more information.

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KINU Pourover Replacement Burr

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KINU Pourover Replacement Burr

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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method

    Kinu's M47 range of premium hand grinders come stock with an inner burr optimised for efficiency and consistency when grinding fine. Although quite capable of creating a coarser grind for more forgiving immersion brew methods, to really acheive the desired control and consistency for pourover brewing, Kinu has created this pourover burr.

    Compatible with all Kinu M47 grinders, the Pourover Replacement Burr has been designed for optimal performance in the grind range from medium through coarse, sacrificing the grind speed of the stock burr for improved flavour and greater clarity in your pourovers.

    • Replacement cone burr for Kinu M47 hand grinders, Black-Fusion treated
    • Improved grinding for drip and pourover
    • Replaces stock cone burr
    • No tools necessary for installation
    • Fits Kinu M47 Classic, M47 Phoenix, and M47 Simplicity grinders
  • Remove the top Counter-Screw and two internal bolts against the drive shaft, remove the old burr and replace with in the new. No tools required. For more information about your Kinu Hand Grinder and its parts, please refer to the appropriate User Manual below.

    Kinu M47 Classic Hand Grinder User Manual
    Kinu M47 Simplicity Hand Grinder User Manual
    Kinu M47 Phoenix Hand Grinder User Manual

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Craig (Ottawa, CA)
Much less effort to grind with the pourover burr

First, a little aside - the pic above is for the old version of the pour over burr; you can see the current (second version) design at the Kinu website: The burr that EightOunce sells now is the current version. (This paragraph can be deleted.)

Unfortunately, many, if not all of the reviews that you will find on the web are for the first version of the pourover burr, and not for the second version which is currently being sold. Is there a difference? I now have both old and new; once I get a few kg of coffee through the new burrs I'll form an opinion :-).

Cheng C.c. (Surrey, CA)
pourover burr

very good for me ! I will tell my friend to get one ,if you make pourover coffee bean for light roaster bean.

Scott (London, CA)
Soo Nice to use!

I got this specifically to use for pour-overs looking to get an even grind with less fines as I was having troubling dialing in my Peugeot grinder which I have used for the last 12 years. I am getting there even though this produces a wider range than I would have liked it is a real pleasure to use...admittedly I have ground and made more than one coffee just to use the grinder, I even threw a batch of 3year out of date medium roasted gravel just to see...still a pleasure. It just feels so nice and positive. I never used the regular burr that came with the grinder so have no comparison there. I find that a finer setting for me is working best Preferring the 2.8-3.5 range. As with everything it seems in coffee there is a break in period where you have to come to terms with your less than stellar techniques but I am producing some very good cups in a number of different brewers now and still every time I see the grinder on the counter I am tempted to toss some beans in and give it a whir.
I would buy it again because as soon as you use the Kinu grinder you get the impression it probably is not the grinders fault...

Dylan (Ottawa, CA)
Mixed thoughts on the profile, but easier to grind

The thing I like most about this burr is the decreased difficulty of grinding/faster grinding times (especially with light roast coffees). Some people will not care about this (as they are focused on maximizing taste), but sometimes I just don't want to exercise before my first coffee.

According to my crude KRUVE siv tests, this burr has a wider particle distribution than the standard burrs. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as the focus is on taste rather than numbers. This burr definitely changes the taste, reducing acidity and sweetness. I think it might make more accessible cups, which the average pallet would like. However, this is not the type of burr I would use to push those characteristics, as is often my goal. I would use this burr if I am finding a coffee too sweet or too acidic.

Not sure this is what I was looking for with a pour over burr. I like the workflow, but I think I will switch back to the standard burrs for most cups.