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Old 08-20-2008, 03:56 PM   #11
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I noticed the discussion on our product - Scoop N Grind - and wanted to provide some additional information.

The unit takes AA batteries (8) to achieve 12 volts of power. This is enough power to grind a wide variety of things including; coffee, herbs, nuts or chocolate. For those who don't like dealing with batteries there is also a convenient A/C adapter available so you always have maximum power.


As for cleaning, the product has a very simple and convenient detachable head which can easily be placed in the top rack of the dishwasher.

If you’re not comfortable purchasing on the phone, you can purchase via our official website.

hope this info helps.
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Old 08-20-2008, 10:20 PM   #12
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I'm always leery of a product that has a commercial/infomertial that starts off with some poor beleaguered woman lugging out a big stand mixer to do a simple task (like grind a couple of garlic cloves) - and she has flour (or some other stuff) smeared on her face before she even begins!

I'm sorry - I really resent my intelligence being insulted ...

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The unit takes AA batteries (8) to achieve 12 volts of power. This is enough power to grind a wide variety of things including; coffee, herbs, nuts or chocolate. For those who don't like dealing with batteries there is also a convenient A/C adapter available so you always have maximum power.
It would be nice if that information was readily available on the home page of your website. I looked and couldn't find it. It would also be nice to know the power requirements ... most of us have a lot of old "Wall-Warts" that would probably suffice ... if we knew the Volt and AMP requirements.

Had you advertised it for that it is ... simply a small hand-held battery powerd grinder - I might have been impressed.
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