KoMo grain mills & high-performance mixers

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT GRAIN MILL?
NOT SO EASY TO DECIDE! WE UNDERSTAND WELL, THAT'S WHY WE HAVE COMPLIED SOME INFORMATION FOR YOU HERE. 

WHAT MATERIAL?
There are grain mills made out of wood, plastic or a material like Arboblend, a recycled wood. The grinding result is independent of the material used, so it is primarily a question of taste. However, most buyers still prefer a wooden device. The most commonly used types of wood are beech and linden. Beech is mainly used for our grain mills, solid or multiplex. An exception is the hand mill, which is made of maple, and the KoMoMio– this is made of wood and Arboblend.

KOMO HIGH PERFORMANCE MIXER KOMOMIX + Black

KOMO HIGH PERFORMANCE MIXER KOMOMIX + Black

459,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

KOMO ELECTRIC DRIVE HAND MILL

KOMO ELECTRIC DRIVE HAND MILL

182,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

KOMO GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS 21

KOMO GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS 21

232,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

KOMO GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS CLASSIC

KOMO GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS CLASSIC

375,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 5

KoMo FlicFloc flake crusher

KoMo FlicFloc flake crusher

139,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 25

GRAIN MILL KOMO MAGIC

GRAIN MILL KOMO MAGIC

305,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS XL

GRAIN MILL FIDIBUS XL

445,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 3

GRAIN MILL Komo FIDIBUS MEDIUM

GRAIN MILL Komo FIDIBUS MEDIUM

329,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 3

GRAIN MILL KOMO PK 1

GRAIN MILL KOMO PK 1

379,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

GRAIN MILL Komo KOMOMIO

GRAIN MILL Komo KOMOMIO

199,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 5

Komo electric flaker Flocman

Komo electric flaker Flocman

329,00 EUR

add. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

In stock 2

ELECTRIC OR MANUAL?
One of the most important questions when buying a grain mill: Do I want to grind easily electrically or do I prefer manual operation? The advantages of hand mills are obvious: No electricity is required, so you can grind anywhere. Of course, these grinders also grind extremely quietly. Hand mills are therefore highly recommended for occasional use. But if you like it a little more comfortable or regularly use the grain mill, you will probably tend towards an electric one. An electric mill also grinds much faster.