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Peugeot Nostalgie coffee grinder £32.00 @ waitrose kitchen

£32.00 @ Waitrose kitchen
This coffee grinder around £100!! Manual burr-type. FREE delivery over £30, FREE Click and Collect, simply spend minimum of £30. Returns are free. Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Peugeot-Nostal… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
This coffee grinder around £100!! Manual burr-type.

FREE delivery over £30, FREE Click and Collect, simply spend minimum of £30. Returns are free.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Peugeot-Nostalgie-Teinte-Coffee-Grinder/dp/B000H79PTI/

http://www.peugeot-saveurs.com/int/product/nostalgie-moulin-a-cafe-noyer-21-cm-4/

Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OhqgIXoJis

21cm
The efficient grinding mechanisms can be set to grind coffee for every type of coffee maker
Fitted with a crank handle and a drawer for collecting the ground coffee
2 years guarantee on the body
Life time guarantee on the mechanism.

Peugeot is an established world wide brand recognised for its high quality and innovative products since 1812. The first mill was developed back in1874 and since then they have been quoted to be ‘The Rolls Royce of pepper mills’. They are widely used in commercial kitchens and restaurants around the world and have a broad range which includes classic, contemporary and electric mills, and are keen to keep up with trends which lead to new mill designs every season. Further more Peugeot offer a selection of mills designed for particular foods, such as; Nutmeg, Chilies, Herbs, Spices & Coffee.
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1 Like #1
Can I part exchange my current coffee grinder for this new one?
#2
Is this a burr grinder or bladed?
#3
it looks fancy
1 Like #4
Rob_1304
Is this a burr grinder or bladed?

Manual burr-type. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbryOQntGHE this is other model, but same parts.

Edited By: samesz07 on Feb 13, 2017 18:39
#5
Had one of these before and got rid of it. Nice thought, but reality is that it's far to cumbersome for grinding good amounts of anything. I wanted it for coffee grinding mostly and found it took ages to get enough grounds for a shot or two
#6
If you miss this deal try Japanese Hario grinder, with ceramic mechanism. It's really good, +-£20
#7
mikki777
If you miss this deal try Japanese Hario grinder, with ceramic mechanism. It's really good, +-£20

Is Hario the "Honda" of grinders?
#8
monkeyhanger75
mikki777
If you miss this deal try Japanese Hario grinder, with ceramic mechanism. It's really good, +-£20
Is Hario the "Honda" of grinders?
For me it is. Google it, it's worth to have one, honestly!
#9
OOS now.
#10
monkeyhanger75
mikki777
If you miss this deal try Japanese Hario grinder, with ceramic mechanism. It's really good, +-£20

Is Hario the "Honda" of grinders?


Honda over Peugeot any day!
#11
oos
#12
Peugeot...? Will be worth 25p after it's first use.
1 Like #13
I've got one of these that is 22 years old and still grinds fine enough for espresso. Well worth the price.

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