Goudveer F1 Electric/Manual Coffee Grinder

If you want a good cup of joe, a good coffee machine is essential. But do you know what else is essential? A good coffee grinder. If you believe in this mantra, well then you may want to check out the new Goudveer F1 Electric/Manual Coffee Grinder.

Goudveer F1 Electric/Manual Coffee Grinder

Billed as an artisan’s choice coffee grinder, the Goudveer F1 offers an electric and manual coffee grinder in a portable form factor that features an ultra-strong 420 stainless steel patented conical burr design.

While some traditional manual grinders touted consistency, Goudveer F1 takes it to the next level with its electric/manual dual-mode grinding technology, featuring a 120 W motor, patented burr drive, and 100 levels (!) of grind particle fineness adjustments.

From the design to function, the Goudveer F1 really is the F1 of coffee grinder. Perhaps not in the area of speed but the technology.

Goudveer F1 Electric/Manual Coffee Grinder

In battery-powered mode, it offers up to 50 grinding cycles on a single. It conveniently recharges via USB-C port which recharges in just 30 minutes. Unfortunately, though, the beautiful hand crank for manual grinding does not come as standard; it exists as an add-on.

Other notables include a direct structure that leaves no residue after coffee extraction, intelligent auto-stop when the grind is complete or when a hard foreign chunk gets stuck, quiet operation at just 60 dB, and it is dishwasher-safe. And did we mention that it looks absolutely stunning in an all-aluminum construction in a gold finish?

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You may learn more about the Goudveer F1 Electric/Manual Coffee Grinder on Kickstarter where you can also pre-order a unit by pledging for a product for a special crowdfunding campaign price of US$89 or more. During the campaign, you may snag the unit with the beautiful crank handle for US$99 or more.

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