Designed by and built for true coffee enthusiasts and specialty coffee connoisseurs, the Comandante C40 MK4 Nitro Blade is a robust high performance coffee hand grinder with an advanced burr set design.
The selection of a high-alloyed, high-nitrogen stainless steel burr material is the result of dedicated research and development and, together with the refined geometry and structure of the Nitro Blade burr set, delivers precision and performance that will satisfy even the most demanding of coffee lovers.
Even better now thanks to some smart material science, reworked internals and an unbreakable polymer-glass bean jar, the C40 MK4 offers improved workflow, weight, and durability.
High-alloyed, high-nitrogen stainless steel burrs provide superior strength, durability and performance.
Full range of grind size adjustments, from turkish to cold brew.
Designed and built for ultimate performance and ergonomics, including the reworked internal engine frame.
The C40 MK4 Nitro Blade Grinder is equipped with 1 clear glass jar and 1 white polymer-glass jar with one lid, perfect for pre-dosing and storing up to 40g of coffee.
Also includes a silicone grip band.
High-alloyed, high-nitrogen martensitic steel burr set; stainless steel body/axle; Black Forest oak wood handle (finished in white); powder coating.
Made in Germany
Quality engineering crafted with the finest materials, honouring Comandante's Bavarian heritage.
USE & CARE
Regular cleaning will keep your grinder running smoothly and tasting fresh. Burrs and inner mechanism should not be wet, and can be cleaned with a brush or pressurized air can. Glass jars may be cleaned with soap and water, and the wooden veneer should be kept dry, but can be wiped with a damp cloth and cared for as you would any wood item.
While the perfect grind setting of course varies from coffee to coffee, here are some helpful starting points for your new Comandante grinder:
- 5–10 Clicks for Turkish. - 10–15 Clicks for Espresso. - 15–20 Clicks for a Bialetti or stovetop moka pot. - 22–32 Clicks for a pour over filter coffee (depending on dose and brewer). - 25–30 Clicks for Cupping and French Press. - 30–35 Clicks for Cold Brew. Aeropress? Well, that depends on your recipe!