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Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

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4.3 stars, based on 27 reviews

Baratza's newest grinder is bringing more to the table than ever before. The innovative new Sette 270 features almost 300 grind settings, a brand new conical burr set, and a pass-through grinding system that leaves almost no retained coffee grounds behind. Game: changed.

 

Continuing their trend of hitting all the right notes for home grinder excellence, Baratza's new Sette brings further innovation to the market and even more usability to your home. Like the Vario, the Sette 270 uses timed dosing and three programmable presets, so you can create and store doses for your espresso and drip brews with ease. With 30 macro grind settings, and a stepless micro grind range, the Sette is poised to meet a range of coffee brewing needs, and especially espresso. What's more, the unique pass-through grinding mechanism is superbly efficient, leaving almost no ground coffee behind even at fine espresso settings. All in all, the Sette is poised to become the new star of Baratza's grinder lineup.

Grinding innovation:

The Sette's unique approach to grinding is more than a novel technique; it's designed to grind faster, grind better, and save you coffee. Unlike most grinders, the center cone burr stays fixed in place, and the outer ring burr spins around it. This new grinding mechanism allows coffee beans to feed directly into the burrs, and for grounds to fall directly into your bin or portafilter - there's almost no place for retained grounds to stay behind.

New burrs:

The brand new Etzinger burr set is crafted for fast grinding and better uniformity. Grind up to 4-5 grams/sec at espresso settings, and up to 7 grams/sec at drip settings. What's more, your coffee's flavor clarity will be superb, with fewer fines and more even extractions.

Transforming forks:

Whether you grind for espresso or press pot, the new forks are designed to sit where you need them. Simply push in on the right fork and rotate in or out to set them in the portafilter position or the open position. With the center fork in place, you can even grind hands-free.

Stepless adjustment:

At long last, Baratza have created a grinder with fully stepless adjustment, using the micro scale of the Sette's range. While the macro adjustment is stepped, the micro adjustment allows for infinitely precise tweaking of grind settings, perfect for dialing in your espresso.

What's in the box:

  • Baratza Sette 270 grinder
  • 10 oz capacity shut-off hopper
  • Grinds bin
  • Removable power cable

Features:

  • Wide grinding range, from espresso fine to a coarse drip
  • Revolutionary pass-through grind mechanism with
  • Over 270 grind settings: 30 stepped macro settings plus a stepless micro adjustment range
  • Convertible grinding forks - grind hands-free directly into a portafilter, or convert to grind into the included bin or your favorite dripper
  • Time-based grinding with three customizable presets
  • 40 mm steel conical burrs - new Etzinger design
  • Super-fast grinding: grind espresso at up to 5 g/s and drip coffee up to 7 g/s
  • Power: 120 V, 290 watts
Specifications:
Manufacturer: Baratza
Model: Sette 270
Dimensions (W x D x H): 5 1/8 x 9 7/16 x 16 in.
Burrs: Conical, 40 mm steel by Etzinger
Hopper Capacity: 10 oz.
Grounds Bin Capacity: 5.5 oz.
Voltage: 120v
Amps: 2.4A
Watts: 290W
Unit Weight: 7 lbs.

Baratza

Baratza is the company at the forefront of home coffee grinding innovation. Before Baratza entered the coffee manufacturing scene, one was hard pressed to find an affordable burr coffee grinder. Now, home baristas and cafes alike have multiple affordable burr grinders to choose from courtesy of the U.S. based company. Baratza currently offers five different burr grinders: Baratza Maestro Plus, Baratza Virtuoso, Baratza Virtuoso Preciso, Baratza Vario, and the weight based grinding Baratza Vario-W. In addition to this lineup, Baratza has also released a weight based grinding attachment for their grinders, the Baratza Esatto. One popular mantra from the coffee world is: the biggest investment a coffee fan can make is in a high quality grinder. Baratza has made the "investment" part of that coffee truism a lot more attainable.

Verified Buyer

2017-08-09T20:59:15Z

5 / 5 stars

Incredible grinder

Extremely clean and precise. Very little waste. Adjustment is very easy and repeatable. I'm getting the best shots ever with the sette 270.

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2017-06-10T11:46:44Z

5 / 5 stars

Sette 270- WOW !!

Wow- I was blown away with this grinder. Until you experience the Sette 270 for yourself, you really can't appreciate how great this grinder is. I purchased this grinder for my espresso needs, but it works great for my V60 and Chemex brewing as well. The grind is very consistent, uniform & fast. The Sette is definitely geared toward the finer grinds and produces a fluffy, consistent, uniform grind. It really is amazing at this price point and has definitely improved the flavor profile of my extractions. Great job Baratza!! And as always, Prima was great to do business with!

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2017-04-04T12:47:36Z

5 / 5 stars

best espresso grinder for the money

this grinder is cost effective, grind effective, and looks/footprint effective. It has upped the quality of my (home) espresso 100%. My home brew shots can easily compare and compete with any and all downtown Chicago coffee/espresso houses. They have lost my business. Why should I go there when my product is far superior, and cheaper?

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Verified Buyer

2017-03-31T16:54:56Z

5 / 5 stars

Mind blowing

Absolutely thrilled with what Sette 270 (time based grinder) does for espresso. To grind satisfactorily for brew methods requiring a significantly coarser grind, one does have to purchase the accessory burr that Barraza is now offering on it's website.

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Verified Buyer

2017-03-06T14:35:14Z

5 / 5 stars

Sette is more like a "dieci"

The Sette 270 is an incredibly capable, consistent and well designed grinder. I wish there was more metal in its construction but the plastic is high quality and Baratza's support and warranty give me the extra piece of mind.

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Verified Buyer

2017-02-14T12:06:40Z

5 / 5 stars

Wow!

The Baratza Sette is indeed a game-changer (for espresso anyways). It has amazingly increased the quality and repeatability of my shots. Prima-Coffee was also great to deal with and quick to get everything out. Can't recommend both the grinder and Prima enough!

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2017-02-14T01:56:10Z

5 / 5 stars

Most Impressive

I've been waiting to purchase this grinder since I saw it on youtube in May. Once it was available it sold out pretty fast, so I had to wait until now. It's amazingly fast and the noise isn't so bad if you're coming from the grinder in the false burr article, so this was a pretty big leap in quality. I love the consistency of the grinds and the coffee is great! Loving the grinder!

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-25T15:33:19Z

5 / 5 stars

Amazing Machine.

Amazing Machine.

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-13T11:07:00Z

5 / 5 stars

Great!

This grinder is impressive. Little on the loud side, but extremely consistent and fast.

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-07T22:20:58Z

5 / 5 stars

A great grinder!

Consistent particle size is essential to making really great coffee. The Sette does this better than grinders I've had at my coffee shop that cost three times as much. The three portion control settings make it easy and quick to dose out a consistant amount of coffee for drip brew or for espresso.

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-05T22:02:00Z

5 / 5 stars

great grinder

This grinder does everything it advertises. You can really dial in the grind, there is virtually NO static at all, and grinding a lb of coffee for a gift is done in no time at all.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-31T18:16:23Z

5 / 5 stars

Baratza 270 coffee grinder

The grinder has been wonderful so far. We do drip and espresso grinds, and both are working wonderfully. Great flavor, little to no grinds retention, easy work flow, couldn't be happier.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-26T14:05:53Z

5 / 5 stars

Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

Awesome coffee grinder. Very fast and beautiful grinds directly into my V60 cone.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-19T17:59:53Z

5 / 5 stars

This thing is awesome. Exactly

This thing is awesome. Exactly what I was looking for

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-15T16:08:05Z

5 / 5 stars

It's the real deal

Static is an issue. Might not be the best for pourovers. But for espresso, this grinder is an unbeatable! We use it in a commercial setting in our small roastery/coffee shop, Morning Bell Coffee Roasters in Ames, IA. If you are looking for an espresso grinder, this model offers great value.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-10T21:02:26Z

5 / 5 stars

Very Satisfied so far

I just got this last night and I can only drink so much coffee so experience is limited. But one negative review I saw made me a little leary of getting this. That review mentioned too many fines in the grind that plugged filters. First of all I'm pretty much a regular coffee drinker using a drip pot with the standard fluted cup shaped filter papers, and for a single cup I use Melitta paper cone filters. Tried each this morning. I observed very few fines at a setting of 22E which looked like a good drip grind for me. Run thru on the water was unimpeded by fines in both filters, no problem there. Also the thing is fast, I usually do 36g for my little small pot, that was about a 10 second grind. So it's doing exactly what I want it to, very quickly and cleanly, no static and flying particles.

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Verified Buyer

2016-11-25T08:47:48Z

5 / 5 stars

Sette 270

Awesome

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Verified Buyer

2016-11-02T15:51:42Z

5 / 5 stars

Excited about the new Sette

Excited about the new Sette grinder. I've always been a big fan of baratza products.

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Verified Buyer

2017-05-31T02:28:48Z

4 / 5 stars

Overall Good Grinder

I like this grinder because it is very consistent. I have been looking for something conical and decently fast and this grinder completed those tasks while not varying the grind size. I would give it 5 stars if it could eliminate some of the fines when grinding super coarse, but I suppose that is a side effect of the horizontal burr set.

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Verified Buyer

2017-04-16T15:28:28Z

4 / 5 stars

Starting to really shine

When the Sette 270 originally came out I waited because based on the reviews it would only be "okey" for pour-over brewing. Once Baratza announced the BG burrs I quickly ordered both the Sette 270 and the BG burrs. The first few weeks were a bit of a struggle, but after properly seasoning the grinder (I ground four pounds of coffee through the Sette at a setting of 20), and dialing in the settings I feel the Sette is just starting to come into it's own as a really fantastic grinder. Yes, the Sette is loud (very loud compared to my former Preciso), and for certain roasts it does struggle with static. However, the consistency of the grinds I get with the Sette 270 make it well worth dealing with a few annoyances. Note, that I never used the original burrs, so I can't compare the grind settings for the orignal and the BG burrs. I brew with the Kalita Wave and the Hario v60, which the Sette can produce coarse enough grinds for. Not sure if, even with the BG burrs, the Sette can grind for a Chemex or French Press. For the price, I think the Sette 270 is a great option, and now that the BG burrs are available it is awesome for pour-overs.

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-08T19:55:43Z

4 / 5 stars

Sette works!

We have a macap m4 and decided to give the Sette a try. I like the grind evenness, fluffiness and it is about twice as fast as the m4. Here is where I start my complaint. The grinder is entirely too loud! I think it is partly because of the weight of the machine. 7 pounds vs 26pounds like the macap. Also the 'portafilter holder' doesn't work at all! Not even kind of, the top part is completely worthless. (Quickmill QM67 with bottomless pf) so because of this slight oversight the grinder makes a bit of a mess during grinding. In closing, the grind at this point is making the machine a keeper so I'll definitely keep it around!

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-18T12:57:31Z

3 / 5 stars

Great little grinder, but...

Initial impressions were 5-stars: produces a nice fluffy grind for espresso; direct, timed dose is a great feature; perfect for home use. Unfortunately, after about 1-1/2 weeks it blew a fuse apparently due to a clogged grinder. Tech support was super and walked me through unclogging the grinder and is sending a fuse. I was aware that the grinder was prone to clogging and I thought I was consistently careful to not allow grinds to back up into the exit chute. So, I am eager to get the grinder back in working order and monitor the exit chute more carefully to see if the issue was due to an inherent tendency of the grinder to clog. FWIW I was using a medium roast bean and had ground a total of about 2 lbs of beans before it died. For now I am still hopeful.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-17T16:49:41Z

3 / 5 stars

Half right, half wrong, one aspect extremely wrong

Convenience of a semi-sealed holding bin for whole beans, the touch of the start button the next morning to grind coffee is noteworthy. Appreicable high-pitched noise is a downside if anyone is sleeping nearby, but the grinder is only used for short periods; tolerable might be the judgement. Grind uniformity appears consistent; the many grind-adjustment set points available is unnecessary, more "marketing image" than functionality, the difference between point-to-point is token at best. A gram scale is necessary if you're going to fine-tune the brewing process to whatever suits your fancy - the water to ground coffee ratio. Though the unit's timing clock displays 1/100th seconds, the 1/100 readout is of little value in terms of "precision," far more theoretical than actual. Half-second steps more likely to be necessary to achieve coarseness and weight matching. Adjusting the processing time, grind coarseness, and ending total grams of coffee is pure trial & error. Surprisingly, the included "quick-tips" sheet is of little guidance; the online user manual likewise short on substance. Especially in context of the unit's cost . . . not exactly a Walmart-special item. The

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Verified Buyer

2017-01-23T22:59:40Z

1 / 5 stars

An initial review

I loved the Sette for the first week.. then the motor sounded like it was struggling a little. I thought surely this is getting warmed up. I only ever used it at home for about 20-50g of coffee/day. Less than 2 weeks of owning it, during a crucial cupping grind, it made a pop sound and the motor stopped moving the burrs completely. The unit will still turn on, but the motor will not. Prima hasn't been the most helpful, either.. Which was surprising. I bought through here at the same price as amazon, but I would have had more luck with Amazon. I still want to support coffee suppliers, though.

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Verified Buyer

2016-12-29T23:51:38Z

1 / 5 stars

Returned

There are still a number of bugs to be worked out on this. Baratza advises that this machine is able to handle anything from espresso to French press. This is not true. It is unable to grind coarsely without a lot of fines that clog the filters. Additionally, cleaning the machine, while simpler than most, is hard to complete because it is darn near impossible to get the grinder reinstalled, without cross-threading the assembly as you try to put it back together. Not please at all and returned it. Prima was awesome, but Baratza still needs to work on this machine.

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2016-11-30T03:27:04Z

2 / 5 stars

Disappointing performance

Wide particle size distribution with a significant volume of fines results in completely clogged filters regardless of grind size. Chemex seizes even at coarsest grind settings. Baratza has been unhelpful at diagnosing what I hope is merely a defective product that needs replacement, advising I continue to “season” the grinder with several pounds of coffee. On the upside, it grinds quickly and feels well built. It will likely last a long time, but if you're brewing anything other than espresso, that's years of frustration and wasted beans.

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2016-12-14T04:47:58Z

5 / 5 stars

Awesome little grinder for espresso!

Only have had it for a week but I am pleaed with this replacement for my Super Jolly. Not as "robust" but a much better grinder for home espresso use. The timer feature rocks; the grind is fluffy and evenly distributed; easier to pull good shots, imo.

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