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natural course sea salt grinder £1.00 @ poundland

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
First proper post so go easy please! picked this up in poundland yesterday,thoguht it was a bargain,and the grinder actually works! and comes with salt too!
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#1
Hi is the grinder plastic or ceramic please:thumbsup:
#2
These are 79p in home bargains. Salt, pepper, garlic and a spice one.

Great if you havent got a home bargains near you.
#3
60 0dd pence in Lidl as well.
#4
The salt still manages to come out too big and spoil your food!
#5
Andydreamtheater
60 0dd pence in Lidl as well.


Inflation is rife at Lidl, now 79p (coincidentally I bought one this weekend). I do find these much better than the 'lifetime guarantee' mills I had previously. I did look at returning one of these but couldn't really be bothered with the hassle of sending it back for them to say it was my fault.

I feel a bit guilty at using these throw away mills, anyone managed to get one open and reuse it - I couldn't get into it myself.
#6
Costco have some huge disposable ones for a couple of quid i think. The quality is almost on a par with the refillable ones. In six months we have barely used a 1/4 so very good value.
#7
£1 each at Farmfoods too for salt and black pepper.
#8
I bought these 2 for £1 at In Stores.
They are quite good. Really good grinder on them
Also, they came with different flavours. To be honest, they were just the same as the Jamie Oliver ones that are about £3.99 in Sainsbury's. Worth it!
#9
Geemac
Hi is the grinder plastic or ceramic please:thumbsup:


I don't think ceramic is opaque...
#10
We got ours from poundland. Salt, pepper, garlic & chili and chili flakes. Work really well, and refilable.
#11
Bigfootpete
I don't think ceramic is opaque...


Mechanism :-D
#12
Just got these today in insore, buy one get one free!! i got chilli flakes for the free one - £0.99
#13
savasaint
Inflation is rife at Lidl, now 79p (coincidentally I bought one this weekend). I do find these much better than the 'lifetime guarantee' mills I had previously. I did look at returning one of these but couldn't really be bothered with the hassle of sending it back for them to say it was my fault.

I feel a bit guilty at using these throw away mills, anyone managed to get one open and reuse it - I couldn't get into it myself.



I refill the one I bought from asda but that was a whoping £1.69
#14
Geemac
Mechanism :-D



For a pound or less does it really make a difference :whistling:
#15
Wolfie1969
For a pound or less does it really make a difference :whistling:


Oh yes I don’t need a new one @ the moment but if it has a Ceramic Mechanism, I would buy some for future use:thumbsup:

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