228,00 €

incl. 19 % VAT

excl. shipping costs


Burr Geometry:
Comandante Z15MB-V7LC-DSE-200

Burr Material:
Patented High-Alloyed High-Nitrogen Stainless Steel

Grind Thruput Average:
>1 Bean per turn at < 3,0 Nm

Body: Stainless Steel (Wood Veneer)

Axle & Crank: Stainless Steel

Crank-Knob: 100% Natural Oak Wood (hand-made in Black Forest)

Further Specifications:

Wood Surface Treatment: Natural-based Wax-Oil (suitable for children’s toys)

Engine-Frame: Eastman Tritan (BPA-free)

Axle Bearings: 2 x Stainless Steel Micro Ball-Bearing with Rubber Seals

Jar: Glass (clear & brown)

Lid: Urochem 371 (natural-based)

Packaging: only recyclable Paper

Product Description:

1x C40 NITRO BLADE Grinder
1x Crank with Natural Oak Wood Knob
1x Glass Jar clear
1x Glass jar dark with Lid


Built for true coffee enthusiasts and specialty coffee connoisseurs, the C40 (MKIII) Nitro Blade is a robust high performance coffee hand grinder with an advanced burr set design. The selection of the burr material is the proud result of dedicated research and development. Earlier in 2015, we decided to chose a very special high-alloyed, high-nitrogen stainless steel with a fine martensitic matrix as our top of the line burr material.

We further refined the geometry and structure of the Nitro Blade burr to get the grind performance we were looking for and the particle distribution which worked best with brewing fresh ground specialty arabica beans. Manufacturing a Nitro Blade is a serious engineering task which requires special tools and machinery, excellent craftsmanship and lots of experience. High-nitrogen martensitic steel is extremely difficult to work with. But when finished, it is tough, highly wear resistant and has a high degree of edge retention. This is what we want. After hardening and tempering a finished Nitro Blade, we give it the last engineering kick. We cut tiny micro-blades on the tips of the Z-teeth to give it an ultra sharp burr entry. The grind result gives you a very refined particle size distribution for all grind grades from coarse grind for hand brewing to fine grind for pulling espresso shots. We love our little masterpiece. It shows our heritage from Bavaria and Black Forest in Germany.

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