Italian Olive Wood Salt or Pepper Mill


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Italian Olive Wood Salt or Pepper Mill
$29.99 + $5 shipping
CONDITION: New
PRODUCT: 1 Italian Olive Wood Mill
SIZE: 7" Small, 9" Medium, 12" Large

Product website

Previous offer:
12/7/10


#3

You’re fast.
(or your computer is)

edit: or you’re mill’s cousin.


#4

$30 Salt OR Pepper Mill?

$60 + $5 for a set.

No Thanks.


#5

I don’t want olive wood; I want the barrel of olives!


#6

My savings just jumped to $125 over the last hour. Bring on the Corison. I’m ready!


#7

Doesn’t it seem wrong that mill was not the 1st sucker for this?


#8

Who would buy a 7 incher when the 12 incher is the same price? Nothing scares dinner partiers more than wielding a 12 inch wooden pepper mill when they comment on your cooking…

Other uses for an epic pepper mill:

-Beat off intruders
-Fun with the Mrs
-Banging a tribal drum
-Child behavior correction aide


#9

my first First Sucker!


#10

How to kill an hour of the WootOff while the east coast folks drive home.


#11

Nah, Mill is usually first sucker on red wine.


#12

Would this be suitable for wet salt such as Celtic?


#13

Reading up from the previous woot, as these are ceramic, they are good for salt, though some folks thought they might not be strong enough for pepper.

[I thought the manufacturer chimed in near the end to say that two separate ceramic gears come in the box - one to be used for salt, one for pepper. But upon further reading, it seems that it’s just the two different top knobs. Quote from last time, “There is a 2nd grinder knob in the box. One has a “S” and one has a “P” so you can use for either salt or pepper.” Which is why I was confused. My apologies!]

P.S. in for one 12".


#14

Er - he means because his handle is “mill.”


#15

Awesome writeup.


#16

c…o…r…i…s…o…n please??!


#17

If this was $30 for a set, or even a large/small combo, I’d be in for 3 (one for my home, one for my vacation home, one for a “crap, it’s Christmas Eve and I forget to get a gift for…” gift).

But 60? Come on, man.


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Yeah, the manufacturer arrived late with that info last time. I was one of several who got a little cranky. I notice they’ve improved the write up and say ceramic in the description this time. (Of course I found something else I like since that offer and I’m no longer in the market.)


#19

Yes - hurt me, hurt me!

My wallet, that is.


#20

Anyone have one of these? How well do the adjustment knobs work?

I’d like to be able to create both extremely finely-ground (almost powder) as well as larger chunks. (Chunks? That’s almost surely not the word I’m looking for.)