• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • With a refined new look, added features, and even more comfortable to hold, Hario has greatly improved the grinding process with this next generation Skerton grinder. Well suited to every grind style, the new Skerton Pro features an added hopper lid, easy 'male-female' handle attachment, and a grind adjustment knob at the bottom of the burr.

    • Capacity: ~100g
    • Weight: 520g
    • Adjustable ceramic burr: Turkish to French press
    • Toughened glass grind container
    • Grinder fits most mason jars
    • BPA free plastic
    • Made in Japan
    • Set the grind to required level by turning the nut on the bottom of the burr
    • Test the grind by grinding a few beans though. Adjust if necessary
    • Weigh out desired amount of coffee beans
    • Place into the hopper on the top and grind into the plastic grind container
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Customer Reviews

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J.A.
Skerton Pro Grinder

I have used the Hario Skerton pro grinder for a few weeks now. I can't compare it to any other model as it is the only one I have used but I am satisfied with it. Coffee is ground uniformly and it's actually kind of fun and not too much work up till about 2 minutes. I need 15-20g of ground coffee per day so a manual grinder is ideal. It takes about a minute to grind 10g so this is obviously not a good option for someone who wants to fill up a 10 cup coffee maker daily. Grind adjustment is easy but a bit vague. There are no reference points like many electric grinders so it's trial and error and not easy to use two different settings regularly. Build quality is very good and the grinder has given me no problems so far. An excellent choice for small quantities!

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D.N.

Pro: Consistent grind. Stable.
Con: Hand grinding is slow. Get use to it. The ring comes does not fit snugly.

j
j.c.
Hario skerton pro

I recently purchased this hand grinder and have been enjoying it.

Pro: affordable, easy to clean, consistent grind size as long as you don't go too coarse,

Con: the locking ring comes undone very easily (remedied with some teflon tape and the lock ring does not move), can take some time to grind if you are going for some fine coffee grinds

Overall very happy with the purchase

T
T.J.
Better than original… mostly

I got this to upgrade from the original Skirton which had (and continues to) work for me. While I notice and appreciate several of the improvements (easier to adjust, less burr wobble, more stable on counter), there are a couple things I miss from the older iteration… I liked being able to just peel back the silicone lid while leaving the handle on (I know it was opaque but I can feel once it’s empty), now you have to take both the handle and lid off (minor I know lol); I also find the hopper capacity to be slightly less (grind jar is the same) so I have to sort of wiggle the lid a bit to get approx. 50g beans in and close it; I also find with the additional robustness of the burr support and grind adjustment system (both MAJOR improvements), the beans don’t “flow” as easily from the hopper to the burr, so sometimes a gentle tap is required to encourage this.

Overall these quibbles are minor and the grinder gets 5 stars from me… in the end the improvements made this a worthwhile purchase

Thanks for taking the time to write a detailed review of the new Skerton Pro, Tanner - we (and our other customers) really appreciate it!

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J
J.A.
Skerton Pro Grinder

I have used the Hario Skerton pro grinder for a few weeks now. I can't compare it to any other model as it is the only one I have used but I am satisfied with it. Coffee is ground uniformly and it's actually kind of fun and not too much work up till about 2 minutes. I need 15-20g of ground coffee per day so a manual grinder is ideal. It takes about a minute to grind 10g so this is obviously not a good option for someone who wants to fill up a 10 cup coffee maker daily. Grind adjustment is easy but a bit vague. There are no reference points like many electric grinders so it's trial and error and not easy to use two different settings regularly. Build quality is very good and the grinder has given me no problems so far. An excellent choice for small quantities!

D
D.N.

Pro: Consistent grind. Stable.
Con: Hand grinding is slow. Get use to it. The ring comes does not fit snugly.

j
j.c.
Hario skerton pro

I recently purchased this hand grinder and have been enjoying it.

Pro: affordable, easy to clean, consistent grind size as long as you don't go too coarse,

Con: the locking ring comes undone very easily (remedied with some teflon tape and the lock ring does not move), can take some time to grind if you are going for some fine coffee grinds

Overall very happy with the purchase

T
T.J.
Better than original… mostly

I got this to upgrade from the original Skirton which had (and continues to) work for me. While I notice and appreciate several of the improvements (easier to adjust, less burr wobble, more stable on counter), there are a couple things I miss from the older iteration… I liked being able to just peel back the silicone lid while leaving the handle on (I know it was opaque but I can feel once it’s empty), now you have to take both the handle and lid off (minor I know lol); I also find the hopper capacity to be slightly less (grind jar is the same) so I have to sort of wiggle the lid a bit to get approx. 50g beans in and close it; I also find with the additional robustness of the burr support and grind adjustment system (both MAJOR improvements), the beans don’t “flow” as easily from the hopper to the burr, so sometimes a gentle tap is required to encourage this.

Overall these quibbles are minor and the grinder gets 5 stars from me… in the end the improvements made this a worthwhile purchase

Thanks for taking the time to write a detailed review of the new Skerton Pro, Tanner - we (and our other customers) really appreciate it!