Hario Coffee Mill Slim Pro - Black

Sale price$97.95

Pickup available at 24 Wyong Rd

Usually ready in 4 hours

Hario Coffee Mill Slim Pro - Black

Hario Coffee Mill Slim Pro - Black

24 Wyong Rd

Pickup available, usually ready in 4 hours

24 Wyong Rd
Lambton NSW 2299

9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday


The new design of the Slim Pro Coffee Mill features a ceramic grinder burr, and a reinforced hexagonal crank handle.

When using the the previous Slim Plus, the grind size had to be adjusted from the top of the grinder, after taking off the handle and the stopper.

Using the Slim Pro, the grind size is adjusted from the bottom of the burr set. To adjust, simply unscrew the glass container from the bottom. On the bottom of the burr set, turn the knob left or right to adjust, holding crank handle to keep the burrs stable.


  • Reinforced hexagonal crank handle
  • Transparent lid
  • Easily detachable coffee ground catcher
  • Burr stopper to stabilise during grinding
  • Slim and compact design


  • Washer, Shaft cover, Inner burr holder, Grind adjustment knob Nylon
  • Inner hopper: Polypropylene
  • Handle: Aluminum diecast, Polypropylene
  • Spring, Shaft, Grind adjustment nut, Outer hopper, Bottle: Stainless steel
  • Burr: Ceramic
  • Lid grip: Silicone rubber
  • Lid: Methacrylate resin


  • Dimensions: (w)150mm x (d)74mm x (h)210mm
  • Capacity: 24g ground coffee

These guides serve as a good place to start

Brew Guide

The grinder you use, coffee you choose, and yes, even the water from your sink, can alter the taste in the cup. Every machine is different, so you'll want to think of these parameters more as guidelines than law.

Imagine a world where biowaste is turned into energy to fuel your coffee fix - at Sprocket Roasters, that's what we do!


Creating a roaster that is fuelled on bioenergy is a world first in the coffee roasting industry, and is something we are very proud of here at Sprocket. This advancement in roasting technology means end of life products like spent coffee grinds, along with a wide range of other organic material that usually ends up in landfill, are turned into fuel to power the roaster. Coffee magic?! Most certainly ... coupled with sound engineering and a whole lot of TLC in every small batch we roast.