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    1. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on July 1, 2014

      Yes, it's fully adjustable for grinding degree.

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      Muhammad Sadiq Bakry on July 1, 2014

      Can the grinding size be adjusted?

    3. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 24, 2014

      We set up only limited qty (300) for the pledge of £33 (Proud Backer Club). So I would recommend you to find your family or a new account of Kickstarter to pledge the same one (£33) separately. Hope this helps.

    4. Toms Chen on June 24, 2014

      Hi i would like to pledge 2 tumbler but seems it more expensive than pledge only 1, is there any chances to reduce the £70 reward?

    5. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 23, 2014

      I've updated the main page with the material information for easy review. Thanks for advice.

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      Tan Whee Min on June 22, 2014

      Thanks for the material update. You may want to consider to post or mention in the main page. The BPA free will greatly give confidence to potential backers in the sideline.

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      Tan Whee Min on June 21, 2014

      hi, can describe the material use for the tumbler? Will this project sent for FDA approval or other testing certifications? This will greatly help consumers to have more confidence. Will the tumbler able to keep the coffee warm?

    8. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 20, 2014

      Hi, Yun Ping. As stated, Cangrinder development is already finished and is ready for volume production. However, we are currently focusing on volume production of Cafflano All-in-one Tumbler first, so I expect the commercial version of Cangrinder to be released most probably early next year. ^^;

    9. Toms Chen on June 20, 2014

      hi may i know when will the Cafflano Cangrinder coming?

    10. Kyung Soo Kim on June 19, 2014

      Wow... It is a really good product.
      I want to have All-in-one Tumbler.

    11. Kyung Soo Kim on June 19, 2014

      Wow... It is a really cood product.
      I want to have All-in-one Tumbler.

    12. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 19, 2014

      To Hans,
      The size of proto type is 200mm in height and 89mm of upper diameter. For better stability of grinding and convenience to carry, we've decided to make it shorter in production.

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      Hans on June 19, 2014

      What is the approx measurements?
      Could not see it on the page so far.
      brg.

    14. Robin Griffeath on June 17, 2014

      Fantastic! Thanks for the response.

    15. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 17, 2014

      To Robin Griffeath,
      We will move forward to the production no matter what the Kickstarter result comes. Because Cafflano All-in-one Tumbler is the first product from our product line-up. BR,

    16. Robin Griffeath on June 17, 2014

      If the Cafflano Tumbler is not funded, will you still move ahead with production? I would be interested in purchasing either way. Thank you.

    17. Justin Ahn 2-time creator on June 17, 2014

      To Braxton Howard

      We've optimized a ceramic hand mill grinder with an upper burr like Hario. The stainless steel mesh filter is very fine, closed to the paper filter but enough to remain the aroma of coffee oil when served. Thanks for your comment. BR,

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      leedongyoun on June 17, 2014

      It is really the good idea. It is amazing that there is this in which it is convenient even when being simple method and it is so good.. Surely you wish to succeed.

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      Braxton Howard on June 17, 2014

      This really looks good. A few questions though.

      How does the grinder compare to other hand grinders, like the porlex? Does it have a lower bearing or is the upper burr just on the end of a rod?

      How fine is the filter? Will it accept a drip grind like an able kone or would it need closer to a press?

      Good luck.