1ZPRESSO Q SERIES
MANUAL COFFEE GRINDER

[Q2 Grinder] – The upgraded grinder from Q1

● The ergonomics design with the curved handle lever
● Premium anti-slip silicone leather
● With 10 numbers on the dial, 30 clicks per round

Pentagonal Version
Better grinding efficiency compared to the Heptagonal version

Heptagonal Version – (limited Version)
More effortless compared to the Pentagonal version

1Zpresso Q2 grinder burr set of Pentagonal and Heptagonal

Internal adjustment design of Q2 grinder lying on the mirror
Barista tuning the grind setting of Q2 grinder
Barista grinding with Q2 grinder
Q2 grinder together with Aeropress

As easy as ABC to grind with a comfortable grip.

The Q2 is light and tiny to be packed into your bag and it fits perfectly in the plunger of the Aeropress. It is travel-sized and portable for you to go camping and hiking with.

Enjoy a cup of coffee during both outdoor and indoor activities!


Quick-disassembly design of Q2 grinder

Quick-Disassembly Design

All 1Zpresso grinders can be easily disassembled for thorough cleaning without any tool and re-calibration.

Dual-bearing shaft of Q2 grinder

Dual-Bearing Shaft

Better stability for better grind consistency.

Barista brewing pour-over with Q2 grinder

Multiple Brewing Methods

Not only can Q Series make pour-over, but also they are able to work perfectly with 1Zpresso Y3 coffee maker.

How to Disassemble/Reassemble the Q1 & Q2 Grinder

All 1Zpresso grinders can be dismantled easily without any tools, making a thorough cleaning easy without
re-calibrating the burrs.

ATTENTION

  • Do not clean the grinder with water. The grinder should only be cleaned with a dry brush and blower.
  • Please read the instruction manual and grind setting reference guide before using the grinder.
  • The burrs were calibrated and fixed in place by the 1Zpresso team. Disassembly of the burr could affect grind consistency and cause damage to the grinder. 
  • There might be small scratches on the surface of the aluminum body similar to brushed steel; this is normal due to the Anodizing Process.

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