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Ode Brew Grinder (Gen 2)

$351.00
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We've been looking for a brew grinder that can deliver cafe-quality results while still looking decent on a counter.

 

The Ode Gen 2 is designed to be a single dose grinder - that means bye bye giant hopper and hello to your coffee staying fresher, longer. Fear not, the hopper can accommodate 100g of coffee - plenty for your big batch brews. With its small footprint, thoughtful design, and premium finish, the Ode Gen 2 is the answer to your home grinding needs and then some. Stop doubting and start believing.

 

The Ode Gen 2 is Fellow's second generation of their popular home grinder. It's a single-dose grinder, which means it has no hopper, so your coffee stays fresh longer. It also has a small footprint and a premium finish, making it the perfect addition to any countertop.

The Ode Gen 2 can handle 100g of coffee at a time - plenty for your big batch brews. And with its thoughtful design and premium finish, it looks as good as it works. So stop doubting and start believing - the Ode Gen 2 is here!

 

This 120V model is only compatible with outlets in the US and Canada. Ode Brew Grinder is not an espresso grinder nor suitable for moka pots.

 

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