Baratza Sette 270
Pickup from our showroom in Frenchs Forest
Designed and perfected in Liechtenstein over a period of 8 years, the technology sets a new standard in simplicity, efficiency, and durability. This new mechanism has the outer burr rotate while the inner burr is fixed, a truly revolutionary design, breaking away from the fromer standard. The revolutionary 40mm steel conical burrs cut the grind time in half. The design of this mechanism doubles the efficiency of similarly sized grinders. Coffee passes straight through the grinder, vertically, and drops directly into the grounds bin or your portafilter. The Sette 270 sets the standard for high performance home espresso grinders.
The Sette has a macro/micro adjust for grind size, as well as 3 programmable settings for dosing. These combined features offers the user incredible repeatability. A built-in convertible holder allows you to grind directly into your portafilter, the supplied grounds bin, or most of the popular brewing devices (Hario, Clever, Able Kone, Aeropress) – a standout feature amongst all other home grinders.
- Revolutionary, game-changing grinding mechanism
- Built-in convertible holder to grind straight into your portafliter, grounds bin or brewing device
- No-fuss hopper removal to swap out your beans
- 30 responsive macro-adjustments plus 9 marked stepless micro-adjustments
*Please note that the Sette 270 is not suitable for methods that require coarse grind size like Cold Brew and French Press*
Country of origin
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
Believe the hypeBy: Peter Watman on 19 August 2020...even the over-caffeinated, American accented YoutTube hype. I've used a cheap grinder in the past. It was sort of ok. Sorta... Then I borrowed a $3K Mazzer commercial grinder from my coffee-mentor cafe owner friend and it was great. Huge, heavy and massive overkill for my 5-6 shots a day but nice to try out while I waited for the Sette 270 to arrive. The Sette 270 is better though. It dumps an even, fluffy, accurate dose in the basket every time. Have I got it dialled in perfectly yet? No, but I'm close. I use a Hario scale to get the dose right with the timed grind and it's very consistent. No need to spend more on the 270 Wi version with inbuilt scales. This set up is probably more robust too. I own a Rocket Espresso Giotto Cronometro R (it may have more words in its name, but that'll do). It's a great machine and it really came into its own when I started feeding it properly. I have much more to learn about making coffee, but I learned long ago to buy better than what you think you'll need. Consequently, I'm very happy with the grinder, its size and the service from the Jetblack Espresso team. Pete
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