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UK Mainland: Shipping fee £3.00 up to 2kg with Hermes with the speed of delivery 1-3 days, fully trackable.
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USA: Economy shipping fee starts from £10.40 and the speed of delivery is 2 weeks delivered by UPSP with a tracking once parcels land in US. Express shipping fee starts from £15.10 and the speed of delivery is 1-3 days delivered by Fedex with full tracking. If you purchase over 1kg it will automatically switch to the express service. Tax & duty unpaid.
Asia: Express service only available and the shipping fee starts from £15.90 and the speed of delivery is 2-5 days, fully trackable. Tax & duty unpaid.
Rest of the world: Shipping fee calculated at checkout and tax & duty unpaid. The speed of delivery defers depending on the country. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Designed specifically for coffee lovers, the BREWLER is a handy stainless steel measuring tool that lets you quickly reference the size of green beans and coffee grind. The BREWLER finally puts a measurable number next to Fine, Medium, and Coarse. No more guessing or references to sea salt. The BREWLER also includes a metric ruler up to 16cm and a quick conversion table for common brewing related conversions.
Features and Benefits
- Measure your grind – Grind size measurements from 200-1600um
- Convenient coffee conversions
- 15cm ruler – great for measuring portafilter basket size.
- Calibrate your grinder – Use it for grinder calibration
How to Use
Take a small amount of grind and place it on a flat surface. Use the BREWLER to line up the size of the particles with the size of the holes on the BREWLER. Since your grind most likely has various sized particles, you should line up both the smallest and largest particles and make note of their sizes. These two numbers will give you the grind range you are using in microns.