• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • 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.

    • Speed To Grind: Espresso 3.5g/sec.— Manual Brewing 5.5g/sec.
    • Burrs: 40 mm Steel by Etzinger
    • Bean Hopper Capacity: 10 oz (300-400g)
    • Grounds Bin Capacity: 5.5 oz. (160g)
    • Weight: 7 lbs. (3.2kg)
    • Dimensions WxHxD(cm): 13x40x24
    • Power Rating (North America): 120 V AC 290 Watts 50/60 Hz. 2.4 Amp
    • Power Rating (Other): 230 V AC 280 Watts 50/60 Hz. 1.2 Amps
    • Safety Listing: UL/CSA/CE/EK
    • Designed & Engineered: Seattle, WA, USA
    • Exploded View & Parts List: Download PDF
    • Grinder Comparison Chart: Download PDF
  • Method Coming Soon

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Nice fluffy grinds

Produces very fluffy grinds for espresso. Less static/mess than the Vario, but static can be minimized using the RDT method. The open design of the Sette 270 allows for minimum grind retention (0-0.2g in my experience), but makes it very loud. Grinding speed is fast. Unfortunately my Sette experiences the Adjustment Ring Drift problem, but I just hold the micro adjustment ring when grinding - not a deal breaker for me. Most importantly, grinds are consistent and dialing in for espresso is easy.

Good all around machine

Good consistent grinds, the extra 200 for the WI version can be put towards a scale. Fluffy straight through grinder. Easy to set, and micro adjust grind settings.

For a grinder that is more tailored for entry level espresso being able to do pourover, and some basic espresso is a big plus.

Why I gave it 3 stars?

- Occasionally the machine gets pretty messy with the static generated. Because it is straight through the grinds fly straight back up onto the grinder, and everywhere else.

- Fines are a little off putting for pourover methods.

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