A light refresh to an old classic, the Hario Skerton Plus aims to improve on the time-tested grind of the original design. While the plus maintains the original Skerton's iconic shape and ergonomics, the addition of a stabilizing plate helps keep the grind consistent at coarser settings. You'll still get the same sharp ceramic burrs and ball jar compatible threading—just with better performance for French press and pour over brew methods.
- Stabilizing Plate: The big change from the original Skerton, the Plus adds a plate that helps to keep the lower burr steady while grinding.
- Ceramic Burrs: Precisely shaped and turned for coffee grinding, these burrs make short work of beans without requiring too much force.
- Ball Jar Thread: Included catch jar too small? Swap it out with any regular-mouth ball jar.
- Clean and Clear: The Skerton Plus is easy to disassemble (with no tools) for cleaning and maintenance.
- Better: The stabilizing plate is a nice update to the Skerton, and really does improve the grind consistency.
- Better to Go Pro: But, the Pro is a much better upgrade to the original—if you can swing the extra cost we highly recommend it.
Founded in 1921 in Japan as a manufacturer of heatproof glass, Hario is synonymous with innovative, high-quality coffee and tea equipment. You’re probably familiar with the iconic Hario coffee dripper—the Hario V60—but this cutting-edge company also produces a suite of portable hand grinders, coffee presses, servers, decanters, drip pots and other great accessories. Explore our selection at Seattle Coffee Gear for our favorite handpicked Hario products.
Product Weight (lbs.)
Bean Hopper Capacity
Stepped - Macro Settings Only
Burr - Conical Ceramic
Coffee Press, Fine Drip / Pour Over, Drip Coffee