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Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder – Burr, Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with 31 Settings for Drip, French Press & Cold Brew – Small Footprint – Matte Black

Original price was: $345.00.Current price is: $293.25.

  • Gen 2 Brew Burrs produce a sweet, balanced, complex cup of coffee
  • Precise particle size with 11 settings and 31 steps
  • Anti-static technology and grinds knocker reduce mess
  • Designed with quietness in mind
  • Fellow combines beautiful design with flawless functionality
  • Package Dimensions: 14.09 x 12.36 x 6.65 inches
  • Item Weight: 9.92 pounds
  • Date First Available: November 7, 2022
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Buying Guide: Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder

Introduction

Welcome to our buying guide for the Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder. In this guide, we will walk you through the key features and considerations to keep in mind when selecting this electric coffee bean grinder. Whether you enjoy drip coffee, French press, or cold brew, the Fellow Gen 2 Ode will meet your needs with its 31 grind settings. Its small footprint and sleek matte black design make it a stylish addition to any kitchen.

Factors to Consider

Grind Settings

One of the main attractions of the Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder is its 31 grind settings. Consider your preferred brewing method and the desired particle size when selecting the appropriate grind setting. With 11 settings and 31 steps in total, you can achieve the precise particle size needed for a delicious cup of coffee.

Grinding Performance

The Gen 2 Brew Burrs of the Fellow Ode Grinder provide a unique two-stage grinding geometry, resulting in a sweet, balanced, and complex cup of coffee. Whether you enjoy light roasts or prefer medium and dark roasts, these burrs are designed to deliver the desired flavor profile. Take into account your taste preferences when evaluating the grinding performance of this grinder.

Noise Level

If you value a quiet morning routine, the Fellow Gen 2 Ode Grinder is the perfect choice. Its quiet grind noise ensures you won’t wake up your roommates or disturb the peace of your home. The design of the grinder, including high-quality materials and a gearbox designed for noise reduction, contributes to its quiet operation.

Mess Prevention

With its anti-static technology, magnetically aligned catch, and grinds knocker, the Fellow Gen 2 Ode Grinder helps to mitigate mess and keep your brewing area tidy. The anti-static technology minimizes static cling of coffee grounds, reducing the mess when transferring them. The magnetically aligned catch ensures cleanliness by securely holding the grinds. The grinds knocker minimizes grind retention, preventing leftover grounds from building up and causing a mess.

Specifications

Package Dimensions

14.09 x 12.36 x 6.65 inches

Item Weight

9.92 pounds

Manufacturer

Fellow

Country of Origin

China

Item Model Number

Ode Gen 2

Date First Available

November 7, 2022

Thank you for reading our buying guide for the Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder. We hope this guide has provided you with the information you need to make an informed decision. Happy brewing!

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Specification: Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder – Burr, Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with 31 Settings for Drip, French Press & Cold Brew – Small Footprint – Matte Black

Package Dimensions

14.09 x 12.36 x 6.65 inches

Item Weight

9.92 pounds

Manufacturer

Fellow

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

Ode Gen 2

Date First Available

November 7, 2022

6 reviews for Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder – Burr, Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with 31 Settings for Drip, French Press & Cold Brew – Small Footprint – Matte Black

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  1. Loli Ross

    My boyfriend has wanted this particular coffee grinder for a while now, so we finally splurged and got it after our last (small, cheap one) broke down.
    The first thing he exclaimed when we got the package was about how surprisingly heavy it was – not always a sign of quality, of course, but in the instance it’s accurate.
    The packaging was secure, the design is ultra sleek, and the little attention to detail down to the small brush to clean up any loose ground is absolutely impeccable. Despite being the evening when we received it, he has already tested the grinding capabilities and brewed himself a cup of coffee. We were both very impressed with how evenly it grinds, as well as how quiet it is.
    As a final test, he weighed his beans to the gram before grinding, and got within a less than a gram difference in weight from the beans to the grind – he tells me that this is very impressive, so I’ve no choice but to believe him.

    Overall, this made my very particular and scientific partner very pleased, so I think very highly of this product as well.

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  2. Cristen Kennedy

    This is an incredibly sturdy, well built coffee grinder. But, for the price, I expected a little more from it.
    Pros:
    Looks great
    Very consistent grind size
    Very quiet

    Cons:
    Depending on the kind of beans, there is still some static cling with them which causes a mess
    You have to feed the beans in a bit at a time or the grinder doesn’t catch them and they just spin around. I find this happens more frequently with oily beans.

    Overall I’m please with the grinder function but for a machine that costs over $300, I shouldn’t have to feed the beans in a half a tablespoon at a time.

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  3. Carlos F.

    En un principio no lograba mejores resultados que con el Comandante C40. En parte ha sido mi cueva de aprendizaje.

    Este molino requiere de asentar las muelas. Ya después de 1kg de café molido el café empieza a dar mejores resultados.

    Por otro lado hay que tomar el cuenta que este molino usa muelas planas, a comparación del Comandante que ya muelas cónicas. He encontrado que las muelas planas tienden a darte un café más ácido, eso puede gustarte o no, puedes saborear notas citricas y separadas más fácilmente. Con las cónicas a comparación es más dulce pero no hay mucha separación de notas, es todo junto pero si las encuentras.

    Para mi gusto, he encontrado que un V60 switch queda genial usando el molino en 4 2/3 con un café de tostado medio, provocando pequeños intervalos con el Switch cerrado mientras vierto el agua, cuando debo de vertir el agua dejo el Switch abierto, todo lo demás es igual a un V60 normal. Esto genera un café dulce y fuerte pero con la presencia de las notas ácidas también y mucho cuerpo. Si usara molienda en el 4 o 4 1/3 con esta receta, tendría un café sobre extraído.

    Con el V60 tradicional, si uso molienda 4 o 4 1/3 sería un café muy ácido pero sabroso. En la molienda 4 2/3 ya sería un café más tranquilo, no tan dulce pero tampoco tan ácido, quizás un poco aburrido, pero más disfrutable por la mayoría, como me lo sirven en la mayoría de cafeterías de especialidad que conozco.

    Eso sí, no he logrado un café tan dulce como con el Comandante C40, pero si un café brillante y explosivo en sabores, eso con el V60 Switch. El V60 Mugen también me ha dado excelentes resultados, mejor que un V60 tradicional. Otra opción genial sería la Clever.

    Es un molino de muelas planas increĂ­ble! No es para espresso, y pues tampoco es para una cafeterĂ­a pĂşblica, eso debido a su motor. Pero su motor es ideal para dar los excelentes resultados que da por no ser tosco. Excelente para casa!

    Puede usarse también para cata, prensa francesa, cold brew, en fin!

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  4. Kin Goku Kai

    I’m totally blown away from the coffee it produces from this grinder! Never own the Gen 1 before so I’m pretty lucky to have the opportunity to buy Gen 2 and the gen 2 burrs that pre installed in it.

    First I brewed my first siphon coffee with grind size set at 3.5. Let me tell you, the body of the coffee was light and clear but it doesn’t sacrifice the bold and rich flavor of the coffee. It tasted silky and velvety and sweet! Very low acidity! Btw I love acidity, so probably I would need light roast my coffee down a notch!

    Before jumping into flat burrs, conical burrs were my main go-to grinder so I already know what it taste like. It tastes nothing like the flat burrs. The conical burrs produces a heavy body and bold taste of coffee with a little bit of bitterness and some sweetness to it.

    Now I know the importance of choosing the right coffee burrs grinder can ultimately determine what the final cup in your cup should taste like.

    Don’t save money on coffee grinders if every coffee gear in your countertop is the best except for the burr grinder. Then your final cup will be boring and minimal!

    QC: Mine out of the box has several scuff marks which is ok for me.

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  5. Hyytekk

    I spent many hours doing research and watching videos and reviews of grinders in this price range. Many seemed to have similar sentiments regarding this ODE 2. That is, it works relatively well, beautiful design but some cheap feeling details. I appreciated Fellows addressing the universal consensus of weaknesses in the first version, namely the need for improved burrs, a too shallow bin, and static cling making a mess. I agree with the consensus that the bin lid still feels somewhat cheap. It should be more solid feeling and better fitting and a simple magnet to hold it securely could easily remedy that. Same with that rubberized lid over the retaining cup. The cup itself is substantial and snaps in place via a magnet. But that lid on the cup just isnt quality or secure. Not unattractive, but it just doesn’t fit securely with any authority. Many mention the fins inside the cup that retain grounds and so requires elaborate tapping and pounding the cup to fully empty it.. I overcame that by simply emptying the cup on the other side avoiding contact with the fins. But still it’s just thoughtless design easily fixed at really no cost if they so desire. All those things are disappointing since they could have been easily fixed but not my big eyebrow raise. As soon as I unboxed and plugged the grinder in, any small bump or touch anywhere on the body made it turn on. Weird. But more strange is that even unattended it turns itself on! I woke up in the middle of the night to the sound of my new grinder turning grinding nothing! Other times I put my beans in and it won’t turn off but acts like it’s trying to purge something stuck in there. I opened up the adjustment coarser, tap it, turn it upside down but nothing is inside. I’ve since discovered that unplugging it and plugging it back in seems to reset everything and it functions like nothing was ever wrong. That little push button on the front also seems a bit cheap to the touch and honestly would be better positioned on the side. Sitting so low on the front just seems not in line with it’s otherwise well thought out design. Oh yes, flicking that latch on the side meant to knock loose any grounds trapped in the burrs also turns the grinder back on. I’ve only had it about a week and am considering sending it back for an exchange, or just looking at other options. It’s a real shame since I really like the grinder, it’s compact look, the automatic shutoff, when it functions properly and the fairly consistent grind. As one popular online reviewer expressed, they raised the price $50 and it’s a bit iffy if it feels like a machine at the present price point, especially with many new contenders and competitors. From my current experience so far, I can’t recommend this grinder,with some of the build quality and it’s erratic behavior. As much as I want to love this machine, it’s been disappointing. As if to reinforce my frustration, as I’m writing this moment, it just turned itself on, grinding air. I also wrote to Fellow for suggestions but a week later have received no response.

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  6. Gordo

    UPDATE: Still really liking this grinder. After about 6 weeks I started having serious static problems. Coffee grounds were sticking everywhere! It turns out you need to clean the grinder about every 60 cycles to keep the anti-static tech happy. For me using it for two cups a day that would be every 30 days (or until the static becomes unbearable). This information is not in the manual but Fellow has a short video about it on their youtube channel. It’s quick and easy to do. No taking anything apart, just use the provided cleaning brush to clear out any accumulated coffee in the exit chute that may be obstructing the anti-static pins. Works a charm!

    ORIGINAL REVIEW: I’ve had the Ode Gen 2 for about a week now, using it for Aeropress cups twice a day. It replaced a $200 Breville Smart Grinder Pro which had a decently long run before failing. The $345 Ode is a step up from the Breville in almost every way. It can’t do Espresso like the Breville can, but that wasn’t important to me.

    The Ode is much faster and quieter than the Breville. I haven’t specifically timed the Ode, but to grind 17 grams of beans it’s certainly less than 10 seconds between pressing the start button and the motor coming to a complete stop after detecting no more beans in the hopper. The Breville’s timed dose took 19.4 seconds to grind the same quantity.

    I really like the single dose grinding of the Ode. It’s one of the reasons I decided to upgrade rather than buy another Breville. When a visitor was here, changing beans in the Breville was tedious. No problem with the Ode since it doesn’t store any beans.

    The grind produced by the Ode is extremely consistent. Every Aeropress cup I’ve made with the Ode has been full and flavorful with no sour notes. Aeropress with the Breville was usually very good as well, but there would be the occasional cup that was slightly off. Haven’t had that happen with the Ode yet.

    Of course, the styling. The Ode is quite a bit smaller than the Breville, fitting under the cabinets with more room to spare. And, as my girlfriend said the first time she saw the Ode on the counter, “It’s cute!”

    What do I not like about the Ode? Despite the anti-static technology in this version, I do get some stray grounds on the countertop. It’s just a small amount, a few grounds here and there. Maybe it happens when I forget to tap the knocker on the side? Or maybe when I *don’t* forget? Not sure yet. It’s not a lot of stray grounds, and much better than some older grinders I used. The Breville on the other hand was a lot cleaner: almost never any stray grounds at all.

    I also think the catch cup still needs some work. The cup itself is a thing of beauty, but the lid is finnicky, and maybe that’s why I sometimes get stray grounds. The channel inside the cup to direct the beans or grounds is kinda ok but seems more trouble than it’s worth. To be fair, I also didn’t care for the lid on the Breville catch cup. It screwed on tight, but the rubber thingy covering the hole just never fit quite right.

    The main thing I can’t compare is durability since I’ve only had the Ode for a week. My Breville lasted about 7 years, but reviews are indicating that the latest models are failing much more quickly, which is the main reason I decided to go with a different grinder.

    Overall, I’m very happy with the Ode for my Aeropress cups.

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    Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder – Burr, Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with 31 Settings for Drip, French Press & Cold Brew – Small Footprint – Matte Black
    Fellow Gen 2 Ode Brew Grinder – Burr, Electric Coffee Bean Grinder with 31 Settings for Drip, French Press & Cold Brew – Small Footprint – Matte Black

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