It has the look of a manual salt mill, but this mill is electric. The Paris mill is the first electric mill made of wood from Peugeot. Beneath its shiny black, elegant silhouette hides a motor powered by latest generation of rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries. There is no risk of the batteries running out of charge while the mill is not being used. The Paris electric salt mill in its black lacquered version is equipped with a high-performance steel mechanism, with a lifetime guarantee, which integrates the patented Peugeot u’Select adjustment system that allows the simple selection of the desired grinding finesse. A new-generation traditional salt mill!
Paris électrique Electric Salt Mill in Wood u'Select Black Lacquered 34 cm - 13.5"
Showcasing Peugeot's expertise and instantly recognisable with its shapely and generous curves, the famous Paris mill is now available as an electric mill. The beechwood body of this salt mill is crafted in France in the Peugeot Manufacture. In terms of technology, the Paris mill is equipped with the latest generation of rechargeable electric motor.
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An electric version of an iconic mill
Anonymous customer published 04/28/2020 following an order made on 03/01/2020
This is for a salt mill. After a very short period of use the self-cutting Torx6 screws holding in place the bridge adjusting the milling fineness in the bottom of the salt mill, has come loose. This renders the mill a dispenser, from which the salt drissles out at every handling of the unit. Upon closer inspection the salt milling section in the bottom is made of plastic, except for the milling cone, milling bridge and the milling infeed. During the assembly proceedure the Torx6-screws have been overtightened and have destroyed the plastic threads. This means that the mill is very difficult if not impossible to repair. But why should you have to repair a salt mill with a price tag of EUR 110,-??? This is a badly engineered, and badly assembled product, which unfortunately have been introduced into the market. By contrast, I have operated the sister-product, the pepper mill for 4 months without any problem. This salt mill is not a product fit for any use, and reflects very negatively on the whole of the Peugot Brand. I have never owned a french built car, but I would certainly not dare contemplate it in the future, based on this experience.