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I asked them about it and customer service responded that they would never sell fake glass or knock offs. So I called Grav and they asked me to send the a picture of the two pieces. Sure enough they verified that on was in fact a complete fake and magically when I sent an email to the company confronting them about it for a second time they have failed to respond. SHOULD BE ABSOLUTELY ASHAMED THAT YOUR SENDING DAKE MODELS OF WELL KNOWN COMPANIES TO PEOPLE AT A PREMUIM PRICE. Had I not needed that clip to attatch my pieces you guys would have gotten away with it.

Now I'm going to seek legal advice as to what can be done. We are sorry about the negative experience you had with our company. At EveryoneDoesIt we receive the Helix pipes directly from the official manufacturer Grav Labs, so your report of a forged pipe is very worrying for us to hear. We would like to investigate this incident thoroughly. Please contact us on [email protected] and let us know your order number, so we can look into this. Ordered here a few times and always received items quickly however this time i wanted to return a £25 item, but sadly my both emails have been totally ignored for 48hrs,i do hope it was worth losing a customer over £25. I will keep the item and shop elsewhere in future So fast delivery but if you wish to return for any reason then goodluck with that Jason Davies. Great service - Quick delivery - Fast Response from Customer service. Not sure why there are so many negative reviews but if you’re ordering within BC I had no issues. I would advise replying to the negative reviews and investigating further because I got worried at first when I saw these reviews but wanted to give this company a shot.

Disgusting customer service and no order or refund. Disgusting customer service, does not answer telephone calls or honesty reply to emails. I bought a vape from them and it never arrived, DPD said they delivered it Order no. 42285 was delivered at my address and left on my door step on the Tuesday 5th March 2019 at 11:45am, This day I was at work and never received a txt message (as I usually do from DPD) so when I got an email to say it was to be delivered today, in my break I tried to get back home in time for this delivery from DPD and when I got home I thought missed it and thought the parcel was back with the driver but when I checked my emails today it shows that the parcel was just left on my door step, I had checked with my neighbours and no-one has seen it so it clearly means this Parcel order has been stolen. If you like cooking with spices, you'll know all too well the importance of a good grinder. Read our review of pestles and mortars and mills to find our best buys. All products were chosen independently by our editorial team. This review contains affiliate links and we may receive a commission for purchases made. Please read our affiliates FAQ page to find out more and read about how we write BBC Good Food reviews. If you enjoy cooking, there's nothing quite like using freshly ground whole spices in your recipes. They taste and smell so much fresher than the shop-bought ones, and whole spices last longer. However, the type of grinder you'll want to buy depends on your style of cooking, how often you intend to use it and how much cupboard space you have for storage. We tested twist-action and traditional mortar and pestle-style grinders to find out which made light work of crushing spices to fine powder. For more, visit our review section to find over 200 practical buyer's guides offering unbiased advice on what equipment is worth investing in. Best bits: intuitive twist function and handy funnel shape for filling. We liked this award-winning spice grinder that you twist like a pepper mill. Use it for small quantities of spices like cardamoms, coriander and cumin. It’s easy to fill as the top works like a funnel – measure your spices into it then pull out the plug to load it. The ceramic grinder can be adjusted to a coarse or fine setting. Available from Amazon (£33.99) VonShef granite pestle and angled mortar. Best bits: excellent surface friction for easy grinding. If you want to grind large quantities of spices by hand, you need a heavy pestle and mortar and this 16cm one is built to last. The real advantage is the slightly rough surface of the granite, which grips the spices and grinds them with very little effort while the unusual slant of the pestle makes it a comfortable angle to grind them at. Available from VonShef (£11.99) Judge solid marble spice grinder.

Best bits: good for small kitchens and simple twist function. This 10cm marble pestle and mortar is ideal if you just want to crush a few spices at a time and don’t have space for lots of gadgets. The pestle is cleverly designed to snuggly fit the mortar so the spices are trapped beneath it. We found this best for achieving a slightly coarse-grained spice texture for spices like cardamoms and coriander rather than hard spices like nutmegs. Available from: Amazon (£14.99) Harts of Stur (£20.24) Cuisinart electric spice and nut grinder. Best bits: no elbow grease required, plus dishwaster-friendly bowls. If you are seriously into your curries this spice grinder comes with two bowls so you can have two spice mixes on the go at once. The bowls also detach from the machine (not all do) so they will go in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. Once the lid goes on you just press down to activate the machine – it couldn’t be easier – then take off and check to get the coarse or powder grind that you are after.

Works well with both wet and dry spices as well as nuts. We whizzed up garam masala in seconds using whole nutmegs, cardamoms and cinnamon sticks to a fine powder, as well as a wet paste in the other bowl using fresh ginger, garlic, chillies and spices – we added a dash of water and wiped down the sides for an even blend and we thought the overall result was excellent. Available from Cuisinart (£50) James Martin by Wahl spice and coffee grinder. Best bits: attachment that allows you to grind very small amounts of spice.


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