ETZINGER ONE

ETZINGER ONE

Regular price $342.00 Sale

ETZ-I Handgrinder

The Etz-I is a new top-of-the-line hand grinder from Etzinger. This grinder feels smooth, makes tasty coffee, and has some very convenient engineering touches. The grinding arm tucks away nicely when it's time to pack it up. The grounds-catcher cup connects magnetically to the bottom of the grinder. The Etz-I features the innovative Etzinger technology "RRB" (Rotating Ring Burr) grinding mechanism, in which the outer ring burr of the conical burr set rotates around a stationary inner cone burr



The most innovative and easy-to-use handgrinders for coffee.

Made in Liechtenstein. 

ETZ-I  is the perfect grinder not just for Newbies but everyone who wishes to prepare coffee fast & easy. It`s the first and only handgrinder with Antistatic-Jig, compressing the grounds while grinding thus eliminating electro-statical charge and ensuring for optimal particle distribution. No mess, no additonal steps or tools required, no time wasted .. 


Features:

  • Retractable crank (125mm when extracted)
  • Ergonomic handle: 3 fingers only
  • Easily filled: RRB-mechanism, no axle (rotating hollow shafts)
  • Easy CCW-turning
  • Externally adjusted (88 settings à 0.02mm)
  • Swiftly cleaned, opened (with a flick of the wrist) and reassembled
  • Low to no electro-statical charge (etz-I with Antistatic-Jig)
  • Absolute Vernier Scale with identical point of reference
  • Perfectly cutting 32mm burrs for smooth grinding 
  • 2 Versions (diameter): TRIM (47mm), REGULAR (55mm)
  • All brew methods from Turkish, Espresso to Pour Over and French Press
  • Made in Liechtenstein & Switzerland
  • Since 14.2.23: New DC-cone burr (easier grinding, more uniformity)


Antistatic Jig
The etz-I is the very first coffee handgrinder on the market with Antistatic-Jig, reducing electro-statical charge to a minimum while grinding. Therefore no additional steps such as RDT or WDT (due to a better particle distribution) are required. Please beware that spraying the beans with water may damage the burrs. Any remains (when grinding for Espresso) may easily be knocked off and added to the ground coffee. There`s no retention when grinding for Filter.