The Ozeri Savore Soft Touch Electric Pepper Mill is similar to our top-choice Trudeau Graviti, but attracts fewer reviews. Still, the comments about both are largely positive. If you prefer a freely moving adjustment knob and the ability to turn on the grinder by flipping it upside down, the Trudeau may be more suitable; if you prefer pre-set grind notches and push-button operation, the Ozeri is a better bet.
A practical and handy choice. Users say the Ozeri Savore performs well and is easy to use. "It's not too large or too small," comments one owner, and another calls it a "handy device." Some praise the push-button design, saying the button is "easy to depress" and calling the mill suitable for those with limited hand strength. A couple of owners complain that the chamber is difficult to open, although one admits it just takes time to get the hang of it. A few grumble about slow grinding and mechanical failures.
Sturdy feel, users say. We found very few comments about durability in reviews of the Ozeri Savore electric pepper mill, although some users say it feels sturdy and one writes that it seems "well made." Many owners report that it consistently performs well, although a few others say their grinder stopped working over time or simply never worked properly. The mill requires six AAA batteries (not included), which is a sore spot for many users, but we saw no complaints about having to change the batteries too often. The Ozeri Savore comes with a one-year warranty.
The Ozeri Savore earns an average rating of 4.4 stars out of 5 from about 135 users posting at Amazon.com. They praise the grinder for being easy to operate, nice looking and well priced, although some report mechanical failures and more than a few say it grinds too slowly.
Review: Ozeri Savore Soft Touch Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder, Contributors to Amazon.com, As of November 2013