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Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

Original price was: $459.00.Current price is: $399.95.

  • Specialty coffee association award-winning grinder
  • 3 programmable dosing buttons for accurate dosing
  • Dual dosing options for convenience
  • Suitable for espresso and manual brewing methods
  • 270 grind settings for precise dial-in capabilities
  • High-speed grinding with minimal retention
  • Color: Black
  • Capacity: 14 ounces
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Original price was: $459.00.Current price is: $399.95.


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Buying Guide: Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder


The Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is a high-quality coffee grinder that offers exceptional performance and versatility. This buying guide will help you understand the features and considerations to keep in mind when selecting this grinder.

1. Specialty Coffee Association Award Winning Grinders

Baratza grinders have been recognized and preferred by coffee professionals worldwide. The support provided by Baratza is top-notch, ensuring you have the help you need for a seamless coffee grinding experience.

2. Dosing

The Sette 270 grinder features three programmable dosing buttons. These allow you to accurately and consistently dose within a 10th of a second. The ability to save three different doses caters to various brewing needs. Additionally, this grinder offers dual dosing options, allowing you to grind directly into a portafilter or grounds bin/brewing device.

3. Exceptional Espresso Grinder

The Sette 270 delivers outstanding results when it comes to making espresso. It is also versatile enough to grind for manual brewing methods that require a finer grind, such as Aeropress, Hario V60, Chemex, and some drip brewers. This flexibility ensures you can enjoy a wide range of coffee styles.

4. 270 Grind Settings

The grinder provides macro and micro adjustment settings, allowing for the most precise dial-in capabilities. This level of control ensures you can achieve the perfect grind consistency for your preferred brewing method. Additionally, the built-in convertible device holder enables effortless switching between a portafilter or the supplied grounds bin.

5. High-Speed Grinding

The Sette 270 offers high-speed grinding, allowing for up to 5 grams of coffee grounds per second. The innovative straight-thru grind mechanism minimizes retention, ensuring the freshest coffee grounds for each brew.

Product Specifications

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Baratza
  • Style: Micro
  • Capacity: 14 Ounces
  • Recommended Uses For Product: Grinding
  • Voltage: 230 Volts
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1″L x 9.4″W x 15″H
  • Item Weight: 7.04 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Baratza
  • Item model number: SETTE270
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: May 27, 2016


The Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is an ideal choice for coffee enthusiasts who value precision and versatility in their brewing process. With its award-winning performance, extensive grind settings, and high-speed grinding capabilities, this grinder guarantees exceptional espresso and optimized brewing for various manual methods. Its durable construction and world-class support further enhance the overall user experience. Consider the Sette 270 for a professional-grade coffee grinding experience.

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Price History for Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder


Current Price $399.95 May 22, 2024
Highest Price $399.95 February 27, 2024
Lowest Price $327.83 February 26, 2024
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Specification: Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder







14 Ounces


230 Volts

Product Dimensions

5.1"L x 9.4"W x 15"H

Item Weight

7.04 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

May 27, 2016

8 reviews for Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

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  1. Will Butler

    So I don’t write a ton of reviews but this was a huge step from where I was.

    So to roll back, I bought a Breville Duo Temp pro early in the pandemic to learn to make the perfect latte for myself. I had a gifted Bodum Bistro grinder that had settings from french press to an espresso basket setting. I thought it was weird that I timed out my shots and I got a whole lot more liquid than I should. I thought a new grinder might help that but I didn’t realize how far off it was.

    I got my Sette after doing a lot of research. I think maybe the Eureka or another was the one I could quite tell which would be good. I was a little hesitant on getting such a pricey grinder as the Breville itself cost about the same price.

    Well I did not actually try other options but I’m super happy with my espresso shots. I did not add extra shims and found H6 to be a perfect setting. I did not get the i not did I get a scale but I have a 2 ounce espresso glass and have it timed out to 35 seconds (since the Breville takes a bit to spit out liquid).

    As a person who is a bit particular with things, isn’t a coffee expert, and wanted to make really good lattes – I found this purchase to be amazing and game changing from the Bodum which couldn’t make fine enough grinds. The Sette 270 makes perfect fluffy grinds and really good lattes when paired with filtered water, good milk, andgood coffee, (I use mainly Counter Culture or Larry’s Beans, and Califia Farms barista blend), oh and I backflush my machine sometimes which seems to help a lot in flavor.

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  2. Tracy L. Utech

    Finding the perfect espresso grinder that delivers a flawless shot is no easy task, but the Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder has definitely won me over. I brew using a Breville. As a novice coffee enthusiast, I know that a good espresso shot represents the pinnacle of coffee making, and this grinder has truly elevated my coffee experience. I’ve turned into a coffee snob, while still trying to perfect my pulls, and enjoying every try.

    First and foremost, the Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder understands that precision is key. This attention to detail is evident in the multitude of adjustment options it offers for creating the perfect grind size. A small incremental change can make all the difference in your final pull.

    When it comes to espresso, consistency is paramount. The Baratza Sette 270 nails this aspect flawlessly. Thanks to its accuracy and consistency, I can rely on it to deliver uniform coffee grounds with every grind.

    One thing I must highlight is the design. The Baratza Sette 270 is built with quality materials, and its craftsmanship is evident. It is sturdy and durable, fast & efficient, giving me the confidence that it will last for a long time, even with regular use. The sleek design is a great addition to my kitchen countertop, adding a touch of elegance to my coffee corner.

    The Baratza Sette 270 uses burrs to grind the coffee beans, ensuring a consistent and even grind. This is a crucial factor for espresso enthusiasts as it directly impacts the quality of the final shot.

    In conclusion, if you are even somewhat serious about brewing the perfect espresso shot, the Baratza Sette 270 Conical Burr Coffee Grinder is the way to go. Its focus on precision, consistency, and quality materials makes it stand out among the sea of grinders available on the market. Say goodbye to uneven coffee grounds and embrace the joy of pulling the perfect shot every time with the 270. It has undoubtedly become an indispensable tool in my coffee-making routine, and I highly recommend it to all fellow coffee enthusiasts out there!

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  3. Charles Ridley

    Das Wichtigste zuerst: die Sette 270 ist eine sehr gute Kaffeemühle, um Kaffeemehl in immer wieder gleicher, ausgezeichneter Qualität herzustellen. Perfekt für Kaffeefans.

    Schon beim Auspacken fällt die schwere Qualität der Maschine auf. Zuerst dachte ich, es sei versehentlich eine Espressomaschine statt einer Kaffeemühle geliefert worden. Ein häufig gelesener Kritikpunkt: das Gehäuse ist zwar tatsächlich vollständig aus Kunststoff, das Mahlwerk und die Einstellringe jedoch nicht. Sie sind aus Stahl (vermutlich Edelstahl) gefertigt. Die Kaffeemühle macht insgesamt einen sehr stabilen und hochwertigen Eindruck.
    Geliefert wird sie vollständig zusammengebaut. Nur den Bohnenbehälter muss man noch oben aufsetzen und das Stromkabel einstecken. Fertig!
    Die Maschine hat ein Kegelmahlwerk, welches sich sehr präzise einstellen lässt. Es gibt insgesamt 30 Raster für die Grobeinstellung (oberer Ring) und für jede einzelne Grobstufe wiederum 9 stufenlose Feinjustierungen (A-I auf dem unteren Ring). Präziser geht’s kaum.

    Die Steuerung der Menge des produzierten Kaffeemehls erfolgt mittels Timer. Diesen kann man an dem digitalen Display unglaublich genau einstellen, nämlich bei einer Mahlzeit von über 10 Sekunden vorneweg auf die Zehntelsekunde genau. Bleibt man unterhalb der 10 Sekunden Mahlzeit, kann man den Timer sogar bis auf die Hundertstelsekunde genau einstellen.

    Was für ein Kaffemehl und wieviel davon man bekommt, hängt neben der Zeiteinstellung entscheidend von der Qualität und Größe der Bohnen sowie vom Mahlgrad (grob/fein) ab. Ich benutze eine Kaffeesorte, die ausschließlich Arabica-Bohnen enthält (den Markennamen nenne ich hier aus Werbegründen nicht) und habe zurzeit Mahlgrad 21 E eingestellt. Also vergleichsweise grob. Für eine Kanne Filterkaffee (ca. 1,2 Liter) brauche ich immer 35 Gramm Kaffeemehl. Diese Menge stellt mir die Sette 270 bei dieser Einstellung in exakt 11 Sekunden her.
    Sehr praktisch ist dabei, dass ich meinen Keramikfilter Größe 4 mit eingelegtem Papierfilter gleich schon unter dem Mahlwerk einhängen kann, so dass das Kaffeemehl direkt in den Filter gemahlen wird und ich anschließend sofort mit dem Aufbrühen beginnen kann. Leicht störend wirkt sich beim Einhängen eines solchen Filters die kleine gabelförmige Vorrichtung aus, die direkt unterhalb des Mahlwerks angebracht ist und beim Fixieren von Espresso-Sieben helfen soll. Diese lässt sich zwar seitlich abklappen, aber der Kaffeefilter passt dann immer noch nicht richtig drunter. Besser ist es, diese Fixierung mit Hilfe des mitgelieferten Imbus-Schlüssels ganz zu entfernen, wenn man nur Kaffeemehl für Filterkaffee braucht. Und wenn man später einmal ein Espresso-Sieb einschieben möchte, ist dieses Teil auch schnell mit zwei Handgriffen wieder eingesetzt.

    Die Maschine ist nicht sonderlich laut und mahlt mit den gleichen Bohnen auch immer wieder exakt die gleiche Kaffeemenge je nach Voreinstellung. Hierfür gibt es 3 ganz einfach programmierbare Tasten. Zusätzlich kann man einen begonnenen Mahlvorgang auch mittels Stop-Taste jederzeit unterbrechen.

    Die Qualität des Kaffeemehls ist hervorragend, da das Werk absolut gleichmäßig mahlt und es nach meiner Erkenntnis innerhalb des Mahlguts keine Abweichungen in der Korngröße gibt. So kann das gesamte Kaffeemehl gleichmäßig extrahiert werden und man erhält immer eine gleichbleibende Kaffeequalität.

    Ein Wermutstropfen ist für mich der vergleichsweise hohe Preis der Maschine. In Sachen Kaffeemühlen bin ich kein Neueinsteiger, sondern Umsteiger und hatte vorher schon eine Mühle mit Kegelmahlwerk, die recht gut gearbeitet hat. Sie konnte zwar nicht ganz so perfekt gleichmäßig mahlen wie die Sette, dafür hat sie damals vor ca. 10 Jahren aber auch nur ca. 50-60 Euro gekostet. Den Anspruch an die hohe Qualität des Kaffeemehls muss man also teuer bezahlen. Daher war der Umstieg auf die Sette 270 für mich nicht unbedingt notwendig, sondern eher ein Luxus, den ich mir mal gönnen wollte, da ich täglich und viel Kaffee trinke und in diesen Dingen mit den Jahren immer anspruchsvoller geworden bin. Ich finde aber, mit 250-300 Euro wäre die Mühle auch angemessen bezahlt und man hätte ein ideales Preis-Leistungsverhältnis. Ob man daher so eine Kaffeemühle nun haben muss oder nicht, muss jeder für sich selbst entscheiden. Ich habe mir mit der Maschine selbst ein Geschenk gemacht und bin ausgesprochen zufrieden mit ihr.
    Somit also ein Stern Abzug fĂĽr den Preis. Alles andere an der Maschine ist top.

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  4. Tracy L. Utech

    I use this with my Breville Infuser Espresso Machine and you definitely need the full range of the macro step adjustment. Especially if you roast your own coffee (which we do!). For example, right now, my wife’s beans get ground at 11 while mine require 5 (on the macro dial) to reach a similar basket pressure.

    On the other hand it’s basically pointless for me to touch the fine adjustment knob when she is home and it’s specifically because we drink different coffees. The repeatability of a grind does not span moving the macro adjustment. When she is away I can dial in an absolutely perfect cup and have it every day. But unless I want to throw away a cup or two’s worth of beans after every change of the macro dial so burs can settle in to the new position, the actual state of the burs is not “known” well enough for a micro-adjustment to ‘work’ after a macro change. So, except by luck, I never get that ‘perfect’ cup after she makes one for herself.

    It’s always at least OK and more often than not it’s pretty good. But I suspect I will need to spend a LOT MORE (maybe just buy 2) to get the repeatability of ‘great’ across a big change in grind.

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  5. Richard

    Die Kaffeemühle hat mir sehr gut gefallen, da die Würde des Kaffeemahlens direkt durch die konischen Mahlsteine ​​geht. Sie können die Mahlmenge am Timer einstellen. Die Kaffeemahlung ist in einem weiten Bereich einstellbar und ermöglicht Ihnen die Auswahl zwischen verschiedenen Marken. Etwas großes Schleifgeräusch. Das einzige, was der Lieferant mit einem kaputten Kaffeebehälter geschickt hat, musste die Mühle zurückschicken. Ich werde aber eine ähnliche Kaffeemühle bei einem anderen Anbieter bestellen, da der Preis hier etwas hoch ist.

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  6. Boyan Kasarov

    Have used Baratza Encore for a number of years and been very happy with it. My only niggles were that cleaning was a little fiddly and there was insufficient grind size control at the espresso end of the dial. Essentially I had a choice of 2 settings that worked for my espresso machine with no fine tuning in between. When you first start using the Sette, be prepared for some frustrating results. My experience was that for the first 10 or so grinds, it was grinding way too fine and this was choking my espresso machine. However, Baratza support assured me that a bedding in process was necessary for the burrs to season and they were right, so I persevered with the suggested initial setting of 9E. I weigh my beans to the nearest 0.1 g into the hopper, and press preset 1 which is now fine tuned to exactly the right time to grind those beans. Retention in the burrs is less than 0.1g which I am very happy with. Cleaning is much easier than with the Encore and it is lovely to see how little coffee dust drops out when you do clean with the supplied wire brush. I do not intend to use grinder cleaning product – I prefer to clean manually once a week (or so!). It worked fine on the Encore. Grind speed is very impressive (compared to Encore), less “spitty” and it is a much much nicer looking piece of kit. (I have caught myself stroking it lovingly a couple of times). I now have to decide whether to keep the Encore for French Press grinds (Sette is primarily an espresso grinder but works well for Aeropress and Mokka – my other two favourite methods) or whether to purchase the “swappable” coarser burs which are an optional extra for this grinder. Very happy with my purchase. I am in the coffee anorak camp that believes it is better to spend on a good grinder than a good espresso machine! There is a part of me pining for the 270Wi but it was just too much of a price jump for my limited means.

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  7. Paulchen Panther

    Great product for home use, grinds fine enough for good espresso, grind size can be adjusted very precise. I had to install the extra shim provided with the grinder to grind fine enough, but it was easy to do.

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  8. Viner

    Muy buen molinillo de café, ahora mi expreso es mucho mejor

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