OXO Good Grips Pepper Grinder – Black/Silver

February 14, 2018 - Comment

We love the way the ceramic mechanism on these mills is at the top, putting an end to salt and pepper spills on the table. They’re comfortable to use, as we’ve come to expect from Good Grips, with an adjustable collar so you can select from fine to coarse grind, and they look smart, in

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We love the way the ceramic mechanism on these mills is at the top, putting an end to salt and pepper spills on the table. They’re comfortable to use, as we’ve come to expect from Good Grips, with an adjustable collar so you can select from fine to coarse grind, and they look smart, in brushed stainless steel and acrylic. They come ready-filled, and refilling couldn’t be easier.

14cm H. Pre-filled.

Product Features

  • Rotate tabs to easily adjust grinder setting from fine to coarse
  • Clear acrylic body highlights the contents and indicates when it is time to refill
  • Grinder rests flat when upside down for easy refilling
  • Stainless steel accents for kitchen-to-table appeal

Comments

Andy says:

Good Grips – Good Grinding – Happy Cook If, like me, you’ve been suffering for your art with an old wooden mill – there is and answer and here it is…..There are a number of things I like about these which make them pretty much spot on for me…… in no particular order; They are good to grip… you hold onto the whole body of the thing and twist the grooved and grippy rubber end which provides a positive action; The shaft between the rubber handle and the actual grinder feels very solid – how it should be; the…

Amazonka says:

Looks can be deceiving – looks like it means business, but is rubbish! Never did what it was supposed to do satisfactorily. Now, a year and a half later, almost fit for the bin. The main problem is that it grinds pepper way too coarse (massive chunks that crunch on your teeth). The silly little dial with three size options hardly ever worked. I kept it because I bought a matching salt grinder and thought I’d get used to it. Now I wish I returned it straight away. Sorry OXO, love your other products, but this is rubbish!

Ephkay says:

Oxo Pepper Grinder IS the Salt Grinder I had previously purchased the Oxo Contemporary Salt Mill and was so pleased with its grinding function, particularly the ease of varying the grain size, I opted for the Pepper Grinder. It’s obvious that the two grinders are identical in function, they are just marketed are two different items.I had earlier replaced the salt in my own mill with peppercorns to see whether it was as efficient. It wasn’t. The size of the peppercorns, compared to the salt grains, meant they were too big…

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