Is there a good electric coffee grinder for Turkish coffee that is suitable for home use?

Is there a good electric coffee grinder for Turkish coffee that is suitable for home use?

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  1. I have found none so far in the price range I would consider. My manual grinder is still the best at making the fine powder needed for Turkish coffee.
    No blade grinder I tried worked well enough: they simply generate a wide range of sizes, and produce too many big particles.
    My Baratza Vario and Rancilio Rocky are amazing at making proper espresso with any type of beans, but both struggle to get fine enough Turkish grind without resorting to having the burr touch: a big no-no, since it would significantly reduce the burrs life
    I’m sure that you could find an electric grinder that manages to do it, but the price point is probably too high for me to consider.
    The good news is that a manual grinder works well, is very cheap and, assuming you do not have any movement restrictions or other physical problem, easy enough to use even for multiple daily uses. It takes me around 20–30 seconds to grind enough beans for 2 Turkish coffees
    If I had mobility problems (i.e. couldn’t easily turn the handle), I would rather buy a small manual grinder for Turkish coffee and use a battery powered drill to turn the grinder on the lowest possible speed. Granted, that would reduce the life of the manual grinder, but I think it would still be cheaper to buy a new manual grinder (~$20–30) every couple of years, than a high end electric grinder, which also would be very big and bulky

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