Cole & Mason Alcrylic 'Kew' two in one electronic mill
Was £38.50Now £23.10
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About this item
Cole and Mason's two in one electronic mill has a fully adjustable ceramic mechanism which offers fine to coarse grinding. This brushed chrome salt and pepper mill has an extra large fill space and comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Frannieb Disappointed
Looks good and a good price.
Worked well enough but a poor ergonomic design - for such an experienced company.
The operation of the buttons was not as easy as it should have been.
It's difficult to press the side operation button and hold the grinder - all with one hand.
A better one on the market - has the buttons on the top and makes one handed operation - easy.
We gave ours away to someone who didn't mind that it was clumsy to use.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Lordstrepsils It COULD be so good...
...if only the batteries lasted longer and it didn't take so long to grind.
The batteries in ours ran out after 2 weeks (we're not salt and pepper fanatics, so this would only have been used a max of once per day). Also, when you press the button, it takes several seconds before the salt and pepper starts to come out and even then, it's very slow.
Lovely design, nice finish - poor performance. Shame.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Rick Salt & pepper
This completely fitted the bill for what we needed
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