Paris u'Select Salt Mill (7-in.): Chocolate by Peugeot
Paris 7-in. U'Select are the most popular salt and pepper grinder, made with beechwood. The patented grinding system U'Select the type of grind for either salt or pepper from powdery-fine to extra coarse. A simple turn of the wrist allows you to adjust to 6 different types of grinds, pre-defined or ... See complete description »
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Paris 7-in. U'Select are the most popular salt and pepper grinder, made with beechwood. The patented grinding system U'Select the type of grind for either salt or pepper from powdery-fine to extra coarse. A simple turn of the wrist allows you to adjust to 6 different types of grinds, pre-defined or any setting in between. You can also choose from six different finishes, natural, chocolate, black lacquer, white lacquer, red lacquer, and curry lacquer.
- Chocolate wood finish with stainless steel knob
- distinctive Peugeot lion logo
- grinder is made of 18/10 stainless steel
- adjustable coarseness grinding
- variety of sizes and colors.
Got this on sale! Really a bargain. It almost matches an old Peugeot pepper grinder my cousin gave me 30 years ago. It works perfectly...just like the old pepper mill still does
I've had the pepper grinder for years and don't know why it took me so long to get the salt grinder, too. Love it.
I got the Peugot salt mill for my husband for his birthday on his request for one, He loves it and the grind adjustments are the best! It is very well made and I would recommend it to anyone.
This peppermill is the best one I have ever owned. I love the fact that I can adjust it for a coarser grind. It also is very attractive.
This is the first Salt Mill I have ever owned. I love that I can adjust the grinder from very fine to very coarse. I use Sea Salt and this mill is great. It is very attractive as well.
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