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Hadn't heard of that one before. Had to look it up. Looks like a solid unit for a reasonable price. The only thing I found odd was their statement of "Crush 10 pounds in under 40 seconds". Not using that hand crank you won't. I like the idea of the sealed bearings over the bronze bushings.Willy wrote:Good to know....I think I'm going with a Millars. I called and talked with a guy for a while, about his mill and brewing stuff. This will be my first (and hopefully only) mill. Thanks for weighing in.
I also had to look up 400 Series Stainless Steel. The only SS I've seen used in brewing is 300 series (304 or 316 specifically).
It is wiki - so I acknowledge it may not be 100% accurate but depending on what type of steel it is within the 400 series, will determine how corrosion resistant it is.