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Old 30-12-2017, 21:38   #1
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Rechargeable coffee grinder

Am I correct that there is no such thing as a rechargeable battery operated coffee grinder on the market? We have rechargeable batteries running all sorts of power tools so power can't be the issue. I see that someone patented it only in 2002
https://www.google.com/patents/US6377022

and there's another product "patent pending" "The EasyGrind"* - Next Generation

Of course youtube has videos of people attaching drill bits to their manual coffee grinders too

I've had to make do with a wall-mounted manual grinder that requires only one hand

Sailing Whimsy: Manual coffee grinder on a sailboat
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Just get a regular electric grinder and a small inverter to run it.
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Re: Rechargeable coffee grinder

Here's one. (Indirectly) solar powered!
and a little less Rube Goldberg
and maybe a little neater than yours... but yours looks great too!
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how about these?
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how about these?
links Damn it man we need links
I cana do more without links for the Dilithium chamber
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Re: Rechargeable coffee grinder

I try not to make it TOO easy! Life needs a few challenges!
https://www.amazon.com/Electric-Rech.../dp/B0753ZJMLS
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-SP-...coffee+grinder
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that link was to a salt and pepper mill set not coffee grinder

Here is the link that it lead me to for a coffee mill.
https://www.amazon.com/MegApple-Port...11SBSXZZZMYT14
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Re: Rechargeable coffee grinder

i do manual grinding. Not that hard.

You get real stuff as result, appreciated by true experts.

get japs grinder, they really know how to do it.

your wife will be forever grateful and you will be able to sail forever.
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that link was to a salt and pepper mill set not coffee grinder

Here is the link that it lead me to for a coffee mill.
https://www.amazon.com/MegApple-Port...11SBSXZZZMYT14
Yeah I know, just thought I'd throw that in to spice things up a bit so to speak......
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your wife will be forever grateful and you will be able to sail forever.
WOW! I am buying two then!
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WOW! I am buying two then!
you do realise that a Japanese grinder is manual which means you have to actually do more than push a button right
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you do realise that a Japanese grinder is manual which means you have to actually do more than push a button right
I don't care, my wife will be grateful and I'll sail forever!
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Re: Rechargeable coffee grinder

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Here's one. (Indirectly) solar powered!
and a little less Rube Goldberg
and maybe a little neater than yours... but yours looks great too!
Got one of those, essential piece of boat kit

Why bother going electric? Just more to go wrong..
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Am I correct that there is no such thing as a rechargeable battery operated coffee grinder on the market? We have rechargeable batteries running all sorts of power tools so power can't be the issue. I see that someone patented it only in 2002
https://www.google.com/patents/US6377022

and there's another product "patent pending" "The EasyGrind"* - Next Generation

Of course youtube has videos of people attaching drill bits to their manual coffee grinders too

I've had to make do with a wall-mounted manual grinder that requires only one hand

Sailing Whimsy: Manual coffee grinder on a sailboat
You are not correct. There are plenty of those grinders for sale. But they are mostly marketed as "electric pepper mill grinders". But some do say "coffee" for those who could not figure out that it does not matter what you grind.

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Good grief??
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