greggers89 wrote:It is interesting that they took away the thumb stop, as that was kind of their "thing". It looks it would be a solid choice for someone considering a new grinder. It looks like the top plastic piece has 5 spokes going into the center, hopefully everything underneath that is still steel.
Thumb stop doesnt work that well.
Works better a knuckle stop, under index finger knuckle for me.
Really needs grippable surface
Could knurl the metal, or use rubber or foam
You cannot be all things to all people, thats a recipe for mediocrity long term. I see kinu heading that way now. If you sell cheap items, you give up being seen as quality leader. Apple has managed this well. GM...didnt
The making of coffee via handgrinder involves more than
Grinding, its a tactile sensory process. Cheap lightweight construction will never fulfill this. I cannot express enough how much more pleasurable
my hefty kinu m47 grinds than the feldgrind i passed to my son.