KINGrinder K6 and stainless steel burr set
KINGrinder K6 stainless steel burr set
KINGrinder K6 on a table

KINGrinder K6

K6

$157.99 USD Regular price
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The KINGrinder K6 features an interior grind adjustment control for its stainless steel burr set. With an 16 µm adjustment per click, making precise, micro-changes in grind size is achievable and repeatable, allowing you to brew a cafetière for the breakfast table and a cezve for relaxing after dinner.



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  • KINGrinder combines precision, manual coffee grinding and robust construction in a functional package, at a competitive price.

    The KINGrinder K6 features an exterior grind adjustment control for its stainless steel burr set, allowing you to fine-tune your grind size. With an 16 µm adjustment per click, making precise, micro-changes in grind size is achievable and repeatable, allowing you to brew a cafetière for the breakfast table and a cezve for relaxing after dinner.

    The K6 is a high-quality, versatile grinder that is as equally suited to espresso as it is for brew grinds.

    • 16 µm adjustment per click
    • Exterior adjustment control
    • Stainless steel burr set
    • 48mm burr size
    • 30-35g bean hopper volume
    • Aluminum catch cup
    • 630g weight
    • 6.35mm drill compatible
  • KINGrinder K4 User Manual

    Suggested Grind Adjustment

    Grind Type K2 K4 K6
    Turkish 28-40 clicks 15-50 clicks 15-50 clicks
    Espresso 40-60 clicks 50-60 clicks 30-60 clicks
    Moka-pot/Aeropress 60-80 clicks 60-90 clicks 60-90 clicks
    Pourover/Filter/Siphon 80-120 clicks 90-120 clicks 90-120 clicks
    French Press 140 clicks 150 clicks 150 clicks

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Jason C. (New Brunswick, Canada)
Great Bang for the Buck Grinder

Recently tried a friends High end grinder and quickly realized that I needed an upgrade. My previous Hario slim-pro was doing the job but was nowhere near as pleasant experience to use and took much longer than needed. After much research I landed on this model with it's similar comparisons to the JX line from 1xpresso.
Build quality is superb! It feels really high quality in hand and the adjustment clicks are pronounced and firm.
Ease of use is great where it takes about half the effort of the Hario I had, and the time to grind is easily reduced to at least half as well.
The quality of the grind and consistency is much better than my old model.
Not sure about the reliability of the product but with a solid aluminum design I expect it outlast most of my other coffee gear.

I'm very happy so far with this purchase. A considerable upgrade from the sub $100 models. Looking forward to a side by side comparison to my friends grinder!

T
Tristan (Quebec, Canada)
Great Grinder !

I preface the review by saying that this is not my first manual grinder - I had a Timemore C2 and a 1Zpresso Jx-Pro. I'll say that the Kingrinder K6 is similar in many way to the Jx-pro. Same force needed to grind. Performance and speed is really good (Not super long for Espresso and V60) I like the outside ajustement better then the Jx-pro.
I can't find any complaint for the grinder. it's even cheaper then the Jx-pro so give it a shot !

A
Anonymous (Ontario, Canada)
Solid Design

My star rating is at the end, apologies if the review structure is all over the place.
This is my 1st manual grinder. I primarily bought this so I could 1. start making espresso for americanos at home when I ordered a flair, 2. to move on from your regular blade grinder because of inconsistent grinds for my french press.
I didn't buy a flair because I'm still mulling over getting a Flair Signature that 8ounce doesn't stock or the Pro 2 on this store. I don't have any other previous experiences with other grinders asides from the blade grinder. The suggested grind setting/clicks for French Press is relatively accurate, but I played with the settings every 5 clicks, 145-150 clicks after zeroing proved to be ideal for my french press (recently learned that's from the finest setting/narrowest > to courser apparently). I certainly appreciate the grind setting to be on the top, instead of having to open the catchbin to adjust, I also wondered if having a system like a torque wrench where you can pull on collar, twist to adjust, and let it go would be a better system as I found myself accidentally holding onto the grind adjuster, and accidentally adjusting the grind during grinding initially, but, I simply had to hold it lower.
The unibody (integral frame/milled from a single piece of metal) was very solid, it didn't feel cheap at all, at CAD $195 for a hand grinder, it shouldn't be. The hopper/reservoir was about 80% full when I filled it with about 17-18g of beans, but the catchbin was half empty after grinding, so you can still grind 30-35g in the hopper as they advertise, technically. Still perfectly adequate since I don't make much coffee everyday, but it grinds 17g at 25-35 seconds from my experience, though while grinding you do have to really move it around to keep the burrs fed with beans to grind. Granted they're a newer company (with some members split off from 1zpresso?), sourcing parts would be difficult, but some companies may source all from the same OEM for burrs anyways, so brand AB's model C burrs may fit the K6. I'm also unlikely to wear out the burrs anytime soon for my use case. The wooden knob had a semi rough polish, still plenty enough to grip on.

Included items: The provided mop style brush was adequate, though I feel like it thicker/tougher bristles would have been more ideal as it retained some fines. There is some provided extra gasket or seals, I have not yet used them since I've only owned it for ~3 weeks at the time of this review. I wouldn't mind paying a bit more for a storage case included as well, so I can store the handle and brush better.

Overall, it's a solid product, if you were only grinding for french press, filter, V60, you're probably better off with the Timemore Chestnut C2 at almost half the price, but I got this as something I wanted to grow into when I start making espresso, so it was either spend $100 upfront, then spend another $200 for a grinder adjustable enough, for $300 total, or spend $200 up front in the first place.

My ratings explained: 1 star: this was completely awful and I want a refund, 2 star: lacking in places, 3 star: it's as advertised, 4 star: better than expected, I would nitpick at certain things, 5 star: there is nearly no flaws, practically perfect.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jason C. (New Brunswick, Canada)
Great Bang for the Buck Grinder

Recently tried a friends High end grinder and quickly realized that I needed an upgrade. My previous Hario slim-pro was doing the job but was nowhere near as pleasant experience to use and took much longer than needed. After much research I landed on this model with it's similar comparisons to the JX line from 1xpresso.
Build quality is superb! It feels really high quality in hand and the adjustment clicks are pronounced and firm.
Ease of use is great where it takes about half the effort of the Hario I had, and the time to grind is easily reduced to at least half as well.
The quality of the grind and consistency is much better than my old model.
Not sure about the reliability of the product but with a solid aluminum design I expect it outlast most of my other coffee gear.

I'm very happy so far with this purchase. A considerable upgrade from the sub $100 models. Looking forward to a side by side comparison to my friends grinder!

T
Tristan (Quebec, Canada)
Great Grinder !

I preface the review by saying that this is not my first manual grinder - I had a Timemore C2 and a 1Zpresso Jx-Pro. I'll say that the Kingrinder K6 is similar in many way to the Jx-pro. Same force needed to grind. Performance and speed is really good (Not super long for Espresso and V60) I like the outside ajustement better then the Jx-pro.
I can't find any complaint for the grinder. it's even cheaper then the Jx-pro so give it a shot !

A
Anonymous (Ontario, Canada)
Solid Design

My star rating is at the end, apologies if the review structure is all over the place.
This is my 1st manual grinder. I primarily bought this so I could 1. start making espresso for americanos at home when I ordered a flair, 2. to move on from your regular blade grinder because of inconsistent grinds for my french press.
I didn't buy a flair because I'm still mulling over getting a Flair Signature that 8ounce doesn't stock or the Pro 2 on this store. I don't have any other previous experiences with other grinders asides from the blade grinder. The suggested grind setting/clicks for French Press is relatively accurate, but I played with the settings every 5 clicks, 145-150 clicks after zeroing proved to be ideal for my french press (recently learned that's from the finest setting/narrowest > to courser apparently). I certainly appreciate the grind setting to be on the top, instead of having to open the catchbin to adjust, I also wondered if having a system like a torque wrench where you can pull on collar, twist to adjust, and let it go would be a better system as I found myself accidentally holding onto the grind adjuster, and accidentally adjusting the grind during grinding initially, but, I simply had to hold it lower.
The unibody (integral frame/milled from a single piece of metal) was very solid, it didn't feel cheap at all, at CAD $195 for a hand grinder, it shouldn't be. The hopper/reservoir was about 80% full when I filled it with about 17-18g of beans, but the catchbin was half empty after grinding, so you can still grind 30-35g in the hopper as they advertise, technically. Still perfectly adequate since I don't make much coffee everyday, but it grinds 17g at 25-35 seconds from my experience, though while grinding you do have to really move it around to keep the burrs fed with beans to grind. Granted they're a newer company (with some members split off from 1zpresso?), sourcing parts would be difficult, but some companies may source all from the same OEM for burrs anyways, so brand AB's model C burrs may fit the K6. I'm also unlikely to wear out the burrs anytime soon for my use case. The wooden knob had a semi rough polish, still plenty enough to grip on.

Included items: The provided mop style brush was adequate, though I feel like it thicker/tougher bristles would have been more ideal as it retained some fines. There is some provided extra gasket or seals, I have not yet used them since I've only owned it for ~3 weeks at the time of this review. I wouldn't mind paying a bit more for a storage case included as well, so I can store the handle and brush better.

Overall, it's a solid product, if you were only grinding for french press, filter, V60, you're probably better off with the Timemore Chestnut C2 at almost half the price, but I got this as something I wanted to grow into when I start making espresso, so it was either spend $100 upfront, then spend another $200 for a grinder adjustable enough, for $300 total, or spend $200 up front in the first place.

My ratings explained: 1 star: this was completely awful and I want a refund, 2 star: lacking in places, 3 star: it's as advertised, 4 star: better than expected, I would nitpick at certain things, 5 star: there is nearly no flaws, practically perfect.

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