Revel CCM104CH Wet N Dry Grinder : Good grinder but poor design

Very convenient to grind small quantities of spieces, just was the container is a little difficult as the blade can not be removed unless you unscrew it from the base completely.

I use it for spice grinding. Handles dry spices perfectly but adding just moist stuff like ginger and garlic and you see why it comes with a small spatula. You need to poke down the gunk between pulses. I add oil to make it “wetter”, it’s in the recipe anyway, and that helps. Great machine, glad i bought it. Need to make another curry soon.

Does what it says – wet and dry grinding and very well, too. My old, and expensive, coffee grinder didn’t like nuts and this one is more robust and designed for that. Only criticism is that the top sticks and it’s very hard to get it off without spilling the contents a bit.

Does exactly what it was bought for, grinding spices. You must operate it as directed, in 5 second bursts and the results are perfect.

Excellent results from this grinder. Things hard to grind in a pestle and mortar eg peppercorns, cumin and coriander seeds, star anise etc are turned into a perfect smooth powder. Home made garam marsala is a triumph. However do beware that the pins on the plug can give a nasty shock. Not just when removing it from the socket but afterwards when it has been removed for a few moments. Not sure why this happens and i have never experienced it with any other appliance. I would still buy the product though, no pain no gain.

I bought this grinder 2 weeks ago and am very pleased with it. It grinds all my spices to a fine paste and is perfect for indian curries. The only bad point is that its way to delicate being made entirely of plastic n all. Also the bowl is small but enough to grind bout 12 red chillies and a few other ingredients. If grinding wet ingrdients it leaks sometimes from the top making a mess. A little expensive for what u get too. But if used carefully in short bursts and not overfull its just right for my curry needs.

I have had two of these grinders. The first one broke when i was making a large batch of garam masala. I obviously overdid it, but i only use it in short bursts. However, i was so impressed with the results, i bought another. To date, it is working well, but i am very cautious with it. I certainly would not grind a nutmeg in it, but i do grind coriander seeds, cumin seeds, fenugeek and such like because the spices are so much fresher and keep longer if you grind them rather than using powders. If it lasts me a year, i will be happy and will buy another again.

I bought this to grind spices and it does the job well grinding them to a fine powder very quickly. However the instructions say to only give a maximum of 5 seconds in any one burst so i am not sure if it will stand up to a lot of use when i need to give about 6 of these burst to produce a fine powder. Also the top is made of plastic and although easy to clean may be subject to wear from hard spices.

  • Use it all the time
  • could be in for a shock
  • Smallish but good.

Revel CCM104CH Wet N Dry Grinder

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  • Use it all the time
  • could be in for a shock
  • Smallish but good.

Revel CCM104CH Wet N Dry Grinder

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