It appears to be a well made grinder that also works well. It definitely has an unpleasant odor...sort of like petroleum or something. I soaked it a while in baking soda water and it seemed to get better, but smelled again when I got it out of its original box. Maybe I need to store it in something else. It is easy to put together and if you get it clamped tightly to the table, it stays firm. It grounds the wheat, but it does not make the grains small enough to use as flour. It crushes them and they can be added to a recipe that already has flour in it. It is a simple machine that works...but may not give you precisely the product you desire. Perhaps someone stronger than I could get the mechanism tighter to grind a smaller sized product.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? What I saw on Overstock is what I got
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. It is good quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? The description was accurate.