The Manus looks like a coffee grinder as it was once found in all households before electric coffee grinders and ready-ground coffee were available in supermarkets. Clamp the grinder between your knees, turn the crank and get freshly ground coffee with the full aroma.
The Manus grinds cereals best with its stone grinder made of Naxos basalt in magnesite bond. But it also grinds coffee and grain-like spices such as pepper, coriander or cumin.
At 80 revolutions per minute, it grinds about 30 grams of grain into fine flour in one minute, with a coarser setting correspondingly more.
Adjusting the flour fineness
To adjust the fineness, simply lift the lid with hopper and turn the adjusting nut on the lower grindstone.