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Baratza Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder


  • Award-winning grinder preferred by coffee professionals
  • Grinds by weight using Acaia weighing technology and bluetooth functionality
  • 3 programmable dosing buttons for accurate, consistent dosing
  • Suitable for espresso and manual brewing methods
  • 270 grind settings for precise dial-in capabilities
  • High speed grinding of up to 5g/second
  • Minimal retention in the straight-thru grind mechanism
  • Conical burr grinder with brown color
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Buying Guide – Baratza Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder


Welcome to our buying guide for selecting the Baratza Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder. This guide will provide you with all the necessary information to make an informed decision when purchasing this exceptional espresso grinder.

Specialty Coffee Association Award Winning Grinders

The Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder has been awarded as the Best New Product in 2016 at the Specialty Coffee Association Expo. This recognition highlights its outstanding quality and performance, making it the preferred choice of coffee professionals. Furthermore, it is backed by Baratza’s world-class support, ensuring you have the best experience with your grinder.

Grind by Weight Feature

The Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder is the first espresso grinder to offer a grind-by-weight feature. This innovative technology utilizes Acaia weighing technology and bluetooth functionality, allowing for precise and consistent dosing to within a 10th of a gram. With 3 programmable dosing buttons, you can easily set your desired dose and achieve accurate results every time.

Exceptional Espresso Grinder

Not only does the Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder produce beautiful espresso, but it is also capable of grinding for manual brewing methods that require a finer grind. Whether you prefer Aeropress, Hario V60, Chemex, or some drip brewers, this grinder can cater to your specific needs and deliver exceptional results.

270 Grind Settings

The Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder offers a wide range of grind settings, allowing for the most precise dial-in capabilities. With both macro and micro adjustments, you can easily find the perfect grind size for your preferred brewing method. Additionally, the built-in convertible device holder makes it convenient to switch between a portafilter or the supplied grounds bin for added versatility.

High-Speed Grinding

This grinder boasts high-speed grinding capabilities, with the ability to grind up to 5 grams per second. The innovative straight-thru grind mechanism ensures minimal retention, maintaining the freshness and flavor of your coffee beans. Say goodbye to long grinding times and enjoy a quick and efficient grinding experience.

Product Details

  • Color: Brown
  • Brand: Baratza
  • Style: Conical Burr Grinder
  • Recommended Uses for Product: Grinding
  • Product Dimensions: 5.12″L x 9.45″W x 14.96″H
  • Item Weight: 7.04 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Baratza
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan
  • Item Model Number: Sette 270Wi 220-F
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: May 27, 2016

We hope this buying guide has provided you with valuable insights into the Baratza Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder. With its exceptional features and performance, it is undoubtedly a top choice for coffee enthusiasts and professionals alike. Enjoy the perfect grind and elevate your coffee experience with this outstanding espresso grinder.

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Specification: Baratza Sette 270Wi-Grind by Weight Conical Burr Grinder





Conical Burr Grinder

Product Dimensions

5.12"L x 9.45"W x 14.96"H

Item Weight

7.04 pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number

Sette 270Wi 220-F

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

May 27, 2016

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  1. Gerasim Mayden

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     Lo utilizo con una breville bambino plus, cestas y ducha IMs y los resultados son abismales en comparación con el molino breville smart pro Que también es bueno y aún tengo pero lo uso para vertidos manuales y otro tipo de molidos , este baratza lo uso exclusivamente para espresso, instale los dos aumentos que viene en el paquete, el molido es esponjoso y muy fino , antes usaba agujas para eliminar los dejaba el molino breville , pero con este Molino elimine esa parte de mi proceso, ahora solo por gravedad y después el tamper, los resultados en espresso son grandiosos y el café sale con muchísima crema , mis mejores resultados fueron con 18 gramos de café y 35-36 en taza, muele muy rápido y eventualmente necesita cierto aprendizaje para después de tres o cuatro molidos te da mayor precisión de Gramaje en el porta filtro , ademas es necesario actualizar el firmware , definitivamente una excelente opción ,

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  2. Desert Rat

    Initially the grind adjustment ring (the “macro ring”) hit a hard stop at about 21 when trying to set it less than 18 (first step in the instructions). Baratza support was ready to replace the grinder but asked that I first try using more force to rotate the ring. That did the trick- whatever caused the resistance disappeared and adjustment is now easy (I’m guessing it was a burr from machining, though I couldn’t see anything). The grinder seems to be working fine.

    I bought this because the previous grinder (a Eureka Mignon) had an annoying issue with clumping. The Sette 270Wi drops perfectly ground bits of matching size coffee into the portafilter and *there’s not one sign of clumping*!. The dosing (I use 16.0 grams) is dead on. Took only 3 times for it to learn the grind profile. Gotta love it!

    Adjustment of the grind is not as easy as I expected. I over adjusted toward more coarse and trying to recover has proven difficult. Just part of break-in/adjustment plus my own learning process. Grind speed is very fast, so I go through a lot of coffee for each tweak of the adjustment ring.

    Flavor of the espresso shots is distinctly different compared to the previous grinder. That’s probably because I was over-dosing each shot by about 30% thanks to the clumping. Dosing by volume (vs. by weight) is apparently the (evil!) culprit.

    Bottom line is that I like what I see so far and expect my whines will disappear in another day or 2.

    Update #1: Just pulled the best espresso shots I’ve ever managed in 14 years of trying. What a difference dosing by weight instead of volume! I upped the rating to 5-stars from my original 4-stars.

    Update #2: It’s rolling up on 2 months with the Sette 270Wi and I’m still very happy with the grinder. Here are a few added thoughts:
    1- I haven’t forgotten that some folks have said the unit died on them suddenly, so I have this lingering concern that so far hasn’t materialized. As a hedge against that possibility I bought the extended warranty (something I swore I would never do!).
    2- This thing is *loud*! I ignore it, but it was a little unnerving the first few times I used it.
    3- Dosing is consistently +/- 0.1 gm. It just doesn’t vary. Never fails to make me grin!
    4- I’ve struggled trying to adjust the grind while the machine is running (it’s a no-no to adjust the grind toward Fine with the motor’s not running). The 270Wi grinds incredibly fast which means by the time I get the adjustment *almost* done I’ve just gone thru another 16.0 gm of coffee. I read on here that one user closes the gate on the hopper before adjusting. Yikes!! Why didn’t I realize that on my own?!
    5- I don’t feel it’s realistic to plan on grinding with the Sette 270Wi for pour-over, then later adjust the grind for an espresso shot. You just waste too much coffee getting re-adjusted. I use an old Capresso grinder we’ve had for years for the pour-over and reserve the Sette 270Wi for espresso. The issue is space on the counter top, but we live with it.

    I still feel ok with my rating of 5 stars. It really is good at making precise grinds of matching weight. Very, very happy.

    Update #3 (20 Jan 2019): I’ve had the Sette 270Wi for exactly 4 months and today it died. It has been intermittent for about a month, but it would recover if I unplugged the grinder then reconnected it to the AC power. That magic ended today when the grinder refused to recover. I’m afraid my tentative 5-star rating has shrunk to 1-star. Considering how long folks have complained about the failure rate, I have to agree with the reviewer who said this grinder just isn’t ready for prime time.

    Now we’ll see how well Baratza service handles the problem. They were *very* helpful in September.

    Update #4 (25 Jan 2019): Baratza support came thru for me. After a few iterations of checking this/that they sent a replacement Sette 270Wi. They covered shipping both ways. This replacement grinder works perfectly. Very pleased with the operation. As before, the operation is (very!) loud and the grind is right on. I’ve changed the rating to 4-stars because of the failure after 4 months; that failure is balanced by the excellent support. At this point I feel the design concept is just too good for 3 stars, but the failure rate isn’t at all impressive and can’t be ignored.

    Update #5 (2 Apr 2019): The replacement 270Wi is still running exactly as it should. Couldn’t be happier with the design concept. It’s loud and it grinds perfect doses for espresso. I’m still unchanged about it being an unjustified expectation to switch between grind settings for pour-over and espresso.

    My only whine (other than the earlier failure) is the ambiguous markings for Coarse/Fine. I seldom adjust the grind setting, but when I do I get it backwards, then forget which way to interpret the Fine/Coarse marking by the next time I have to adjust (a simple marking on the appropriate end would have fixed that).

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  3. William Allen Horton

    Probably (arguably) the best conical grinder out there. IT… IS… LOUD!!! Center burr is stationary, outer burr rotates, drops down directly from there, fluffy and even. Scale is accurate to .1-.2g and it is pretty fast to learn your beans when you change over. Only issue I had was the micro adjust ring would travel while grinding, to the coarse side. Tried tightening it, but it didnt hold. Theres apparently a kit that replaces the felt ring in there, but at the price, that’s not really something that you should have to concern yourself with. Overall totally worth it if the noise isnt an issue.

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  4. Average joe

    First thing first got this grinder because of scale 270wi and Amazing Customer service that so many highlights!
    My experience, I paid 420$ Grinder has small footprint and even though is plastic looks nice, simple control panel, I find grinding quick and for me scale is huge help! Basically I set up my 15 grams put portafilter push the button, tamp and gret cup of coffee in no time!
    What is sort of downfall! In my case when I use Grinder with Dark roast Starbucks coffee it makes mess so I have to use funnel that i customize for 270wi! Medium roast on other hand works like charm no single particle is out! You can buy any Aluminum Funnel and just cut part so can fit into grinder! No more mess for me!
    Sound! Its laud especially my second Grinder that i have is Rancilio Stile which is insanely quiet:-) so Baraza is like Train comparing to Stile!but will not give up on grinder because of noise!!
    Having this machine knowing that Company support product and customer service is great according to many is huge Yes, try to get Funnel for certain type of coffee and you can’t go wrong!!!

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  5. V

    It’s overkill unless you really need to dial in your grind size very precisely and get extremely powdery. My espresso machine can’t even brew at that level of fineness or maybe the grinder’s calibration is off. I’m using it about in the middle at 17. It does output the exact same amount every time by weight which is great. But it makes a terrible mess every time. It doesn’t hold the portafilter securely or at the right distance from the output, so the grinds just go everywhere. In contrast, the Breville Smart Grinder Pro (which I also have, lol) has a much bigger tray to catch the overspill and holds my smaller portafilter much more securely. It also starts automatically when you pop the portafilter in, much quicker than pressing the button on the Baratza and waiting for it to wake up then pressing the button again. The Breville looks like it would work better for drip grind as well since it has a cute little cup for the grinds that attaches securely via magnets. Plus you get it in a variety of colors! A great feature of both of these grinders is the ability to buy extra bean hoppers and easily swap them out, but on the Baratza you can have three different grind weights preset (of course you would have to laboriously dial in the fineness for each one, ugh.)

    This grinder is probably only suited for those with the highest-end espresso machines with full-size portafilters and the patience to really dial in the perfect grind.

    The top on mine was marked up already as you can see in the last photo, seemed used, that was a big bummer.

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  6. V

    I have been grinding my coffee at home for over three decades. I have gone through several different types of grinders. My daughter has this in her house and showed me how easy it was to use and measure the basket for an espresso machine. It may cost more than others but in my opinion it is well worth the money. Once you set the quantity of coffee it will memorize that and when you touch the button it will grind exactly that amount. The only drawback that I see is a small, very small, amount of the ground coffee will miss the basket. Even after using it for six cups there’s really not enough on the counter to worry about. Wish I had this machine a decade ago

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  7. LIC. M.

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     Vorab, ich bin kein Barista, aber großer Freund guter Espressi, Ingenieur und Tüftler.
    Auch wenn viele nun schon wieder aufhören zu lesen, ich habe eine Gastroback 42636 Dual Boiler Maschine.
    Smart und effizient in der Handhabung/Pflege und produziert ein gutes Ergebnis.

    Bisher auch “nur” die Gastroback Advanced Pro Espressomühle mit Timer und automatischer Anpassung der Zeit je nach Mahlgrad.
    Insgesamt für das Geld eine praktische, leicht zu wartende Mühle mit wenig genauer Einstellmöglichkeit und inhomogenem Mahlergebnis.
    Resultat: Einen Hauch am Einstellrad drehen und der Espresso ist deutlich unterschiedlich.

    Mein liebster Espresso (Bohnen) sind die Dinzler Roma, kraftig, sähmig, irre Crema – einfach Roma 😉
    Bemerkenswert ist, dass die Bohnen, gemahlen in der Gastroback Mühle deutlich unverträglicher sind.
    Korngrößen nahezu identisch, er ist einfach bitterer, vermutlich wegen der Inhomogenität, viel Feinstaub und geht übelst auf die “Pumpe”=Herz.

    Gleiche Bohnen am kommenden Tag in der Sette 270Wi – 3 Espressi, merke ich gar nicht, auch meine Frau (“war der entkoffeiniert…”?). Wiederholbar.

    Die Sette 270 Mühle ist schlicht, genau einzustellen (auch wenn bei der Feinjustierung die Grobjustierung gegengehalten werden sollte, sonst verdreht sich diese ggf.. mit und alles ist für den A….
    Der leicht verschließbare, etwas klapprige Bohnenbehälter, der max. 1 Espresso in der Mühle lässt, sobald er verschlossen wurde, erlaubt auch mehrere Bohnenbehälter zu bevorraten und zu wechseln – Mahlgrad Drehen ist wie gesagt aber kein rechter Spaß wenn die anderen Bohnen einen anderen Mahlgrad benötigen (ist ja fast immer so wenn es anspruchsvoll wird). Da ist eine zweite Mühle dann sinnvoller, da die Ergebnisse sonst schwer reproduzierbar werden.

    Die Mühle mahlt irrsinnig schnell, der pulse Modus erlaubt nachzudosieren, je mini Puls fast ein halbes Gramm, klappt soweit gut.

    Was mich wirklich stört – und deshalb überlege ich noch sie zurückzugeben – wobei es unwahrscheinlich ist:

    Der nette kleine, herausnehmbare Gummiboden unter dem Siebträger ist ein Witz.

    Sieht schick aus, herausnehmbar -und er fängt auch das Restmehl auf (nicht wenig), das beim Berühren der Mühle immer noch aus dem Mahlwerk bröselt.
    Einzelnen Espresso mahlen geht (6-8g).

    Hauptkritikpunkt (funktional/konzeptionell):
    Doppelten Siebträger füllen ist ein Desaster: die Mühle mahlt so schnell und fluffig, dass jeder gängige 18g Siebbträger überläuft, wenn in einem Gang gemahlen wird.
    Beim Roma Mahlgrad bei mir 13G (variiert sicher je nach Grundsetting) läuft ab 15g die Mehrheit neben dem Siebträger vorbei.
    Nicht in die Gummiwanne, sondern fröhlich daneben auf die Arbeitsplatte. Siehe Video. 18g bei dem 58mm mitteltiefen Gastroback Siebträger und dem Roma unmöglich. Zum Glück kommt der Roma mit 16g klar. Dann ist der Dreck verträglich.

    Andere Brühgruppen haben tiefere Siebträger. Da mag es gehen.

    Bei einer Mühle mit timer rüttle ich gerne am Siebträger um das zu verhindern, Pulver homogenisiert und verdichtet sich.
    Bei dieser Mühle mit hochsensibler Waage reicht es, wenn eine Stubenfliege gegen den Siebträger fliegt und die Mühle stoppt.

    Pause, rütteln und weitermachen bis Gramm Vorgabe erreicht ist geht nicht, ab Pause geht nur noch der pulse mode, bis man meint genug zu haben. Sie wiegt immerhin noch.
    Habe mir nun auch ein 8,5g Programm gemacht und lasse das 2x laufen, oder akzeptiere verschwendeten Kaffee und Schweinerei.

    Das Problem ist also eher die ansich geniale Waage, gepaart mit dem schnellen, fluffigen Mahlen, was den, bei mir nicht veränderbaren Siebträger zum Überlaufen bringt.

    Wenn das Mahlwerk identisch ist mag die Sette 270 ohne W(i) also durchaus ein geiles Teil für deutlich weniger Geld sein. Das i scheidet die Geister bei mir.
    Der Technikfreak sagt ultra, wie geil. Der Espressogenießer der pflegeleicht und simpel einfach einen guten Espresso will würgt etwas wegen der Schweinerei und Bohnenverschwendung, sowie leicht behämmmerte/umständlichen Nutzung der ansich tollen und teuren Waage bei Espresso doppio.

    Hoffe das hilft etwas. Ãœberlege schon einen upgrade Pulverauffang zu konstruieren und 3D zu drucken, um diesen Mist etwas zu korrigieren.
    Sonst muss ein weiterer Hand Akku Sauger in der Küche, direkt neben der Mühle Einzug nehmen…
    Kann mein gesunder Menschenverstand damit noch leben? Ich beürchte…NEIN.

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  8. steveleam

    Ich habe Espresso für mich entdeckt und ich wollte den besten, den ich bekommen kann. Mit meiner manuellen Comandate C 40 hatte ich schon immer gute Ergebnisse gehabt, aber jetzt geht es schneller, besser, genauer.

    Das tollste: Die Maschine mahlt sehr sehr gleichmäßig, die Ergebnisse sind absolut reproduzierbar und die Maschine wiegt den Kaffee. In der großen Menge der Zeit landen wir genau bei 17,5 gramm, was meine gewünschte Dosis ist. Manchmal, beim Wechsel der Bohnen kann es aus mal nur 17,3 Gramm sein, aber das wird nach 2 Tassen wieder automatisch korrigiert. Die 17,5 Gramm dauern etwa 4-5 Sekunden. Für 2 doppelte Espresso also 10 Sekunden.

    Der Mahlgrad ist mit 270 möglichen Einstellungen recht umfangreich wählbar, rastet gut ein.
    Dadurch, dass der Motor im hinteren Geräteteil sitzt und wie bei einem guten Plattenspieler, seine Kraft über einen Riemen überträgt, ist der Totraum minimal und jede Bohne fällt aus aus dem Mahlwerk.

    Ich freue mich jeden Tag über die Entscheidung die Sette 270Wi angeschafft zu haben.

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  9. Vincenzo D.

    Overall, I’m very happy with this grinder so far. Initial set up was straight forward, other than for the fact that Baratza supply the wrong sized hex key for adjusting the hook that stabilizes the portafilter! Do, however, download the full manual from Baratza’s website. The quick set-up guide is minimalist. It’s worth taking time over set-up if you’re intending to grind straight into the portafilter as, if the portafilter isn’t held firmly and level, it can upset the weighing mechanism.

    Once set up, this is very easy to use and has produced very consistent grinds so far. Grinding is very quick but a little noisy. Weighing appears to be accurate to within 0.2 g and you can adjust the offset if you are getting consistent over or underweighing (you need to Google this, it’s not in the manual). It’s easy to switch between weighed mode and the manual setting, useful for purging and you can shut off the hopper to minimise waste when swapping beans.

    I’ve only used this for grinding espresso. Word on the street is that it’s not the best grinder for coarser grinds for French press etc. It’s designed for home use and you should note Baratza’s advice on duty cycles. At the price point, it feels like terrific value for the home enthusiast.

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  10. Petrosini

    Excellent grinder. Parts are easily accessible. Low retention. Only downside I see. It’s loud!!!!!!

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