Who has them?I seen a detailed vid comparing them,their is practically no difference at all besides color of loaders.The only drawback to these grinders,they only do fines with precision out of the box.It grinds inconsistently as they go med-coarse.This kit does reverse.
OE Lower Bearing UPGRADE KIT for Hario Skerton / Kyocera CM50 Hand Grinders
I'd rather use fine grinds,so this doesn't bother me.I never grounded coffee beans.They seem tough.So besides coffee beans,pepper & salt,I wonder what else it could grind.
I thought about grinding these.
Red,blue,purple/black corn.Probably need a mill for those
Quinoa.Should shred right through this grain.
Forbidden rice & few others.It may.
Teff.It is the smallest grain in the world.About 100 grains are the size of a kernel of wheat
.Teff should be no problem.
Cinnamon,ultimate test probably.
Main purpose for me getting a grinder is for beans.But if it can grind more then beans & a few spices,heck yeah!I'd rather have a manual over electric,personal preference.These grinders are $36-40,not bad for a ceramic conical burr.