Outfit and Output
It doesn't just look good. Just as beautiful flakes also come out of its crushing mechanism. Flakes from the full grain lightly crushed or fine, depending on how you adjust Campo - steplessly by turning the knurled screws under the hopper.
The flaker frame and hopper are made of fine beech and finally treated with linseed oil. This gives Campo a silky matt, wipe-clean finish.
Campo is available with either stone or stainless steel rollers.
Our test of the Campo with stainless steel rollers
The test with naked oats at the finest possible setting gave a very satisfactory result. Beautifully crushed oat flakes. The amount of force required was less than we had expected. Also worth mentioning is the crank handle with rosette, which is very comfortable to hold.
Our test of the Campo with stone rollers
With the finest possible setting, we had expected a little more. The naked oats were crushed into flakes without any problems, but not as finely as with the Campo with stainless steel rollers.
Schnitzer Flaker Campo in action: