• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • Designed for you to get started on your espresso journey, the Sette 30 AP offers 31 grind adjustment steps in the finer range to keep things simple. With the same grinder burr as in the high end Sette 270/270W grinders, the Sette 30 AP produces an exceptional espresso grind.

    Designed and perfected in Liechtenstein over a period of 8 years, this technology sets a new standard in simplicity, efficiency, and durability. This new mechanism has the outer burr rotate and the inner burr is fixed, a truly revolutionary design. 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 30 has a stationary device holder that allows you to remove and re-orient the arms to grind directly into the supplied grounds bin or a portafilter – 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

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Excellent choice

After much research, I ordered the Baratza Sette 30 for three reasons: it suited my needs for a burr grinder suitable for espresso made with the Breville Café Roma, the occasional cups of coffee made with an AeroPress and an automatic drip brewer; it was an high-end entry-level grinder with relatively inexpensive and accessible replacement parts; and the excellent reviews of this product from well-regarded sites such as Whole Latte Love (https://www.wholelattelove.com/blogs/reviews/review-of-baratza-sette-30-ap-coffee-grinder) and Seattle Coffee Gear (https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/baratza-sette-30-grinder). It was also the recommendation of Eight Ounce Coffee when I visited Calgary during the summer. My Baratza arrived 6 days after shipping via UPS from Calgary to Ottawa, in a very well protected package. It has not disappointed in meeting all my caffeine needs, using the starting settings for specific brewing methods written up by Clive Coffee (https://clivecoffee.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004396334-Baratza-Recommended-Grinder-Settings). Finally, I like the fact that Baratza has made it possible to upgrade this grinder by offering three items - the Sette BG or S2 burrs for coarser grinds, the Sette drop-down portaholder fork that allows you to place hand-free the portafilter, and a dial-in replacement part that provides micro-adjustments to the basic 30 macro-adjustments found in the higher-end Baratza Sette grinders. In short, I am very happy with the fluffy espresso consistency for my daily shots and its versatility for other brewing methods.

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M.V.

Baratza Sette 30 AP Coffee Grinder

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S.
coffee grinder

Had it for about a month. It grinds to a good espresso consistency. my old $50 Krupps burr grinder was not grinding fine enough. When I got this one, I bought a bag a cheaper beans to figure out what settings were needed to work with my Flair Espresso maker. I got things dialed after about 5-6 shots of espresso.

Now I use this machine every morning and some days a couple times more. I sits on my kitchen counter and I just add beans top the hopper. It is a bit loud in the morning, but doesn't seem to wake my kids up in the morning. The grinder is very simply to use, I put my coffee basket in the arms (which have 2 positions to adjust) and I just push the "play" button and in about 4 seconds, I have enough for a shot of espresso.

I know it's a very expensive grinder, but would say it's worth. And definitely drop by their store if you are in Calgary, the staff was very helpful. Also, you could walk next door and buy some very freshly roasted coffee beans too!

D
D.B.
Excellent grinder.

The ground coffee is fluffy and even, and the espresso comes out beautifully

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Based on 4 reviews
75%
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W
W.
Excellent choice

After much research, I ordered the Baratza Sette 30 for three reasons: it suited my needs for a burr grinder suitable for espresso made with the Breville Café Roma, the occasional cups of coffee made with an AeroPress and an automatic drip brewer; it was an high-end entry-level grinder with relatively inexpensive and accessible replacement parts; and the excellent reviews of this product from well-regarded sites such as Whole Latte Love (https://www.wholelattelove.com/blogs/reviews/review-of-baratza-sette-30-ap-coffee-grinder) and Seattle Coffee Gear (https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/baratza-sette-30-grinder). It was also the recommendation of Eight Ounce Coffee when I visited Calgary during the summer. My Baratza arrived 6 days after shipping via UPS from Calgary to Ottawa, in a very well protected package. It has not disappointed in meeting all my caffeine needs, using the starting settings for specific brewing methods written up by Clive Coffee (https://clivecoffee.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004396334-Baratza-Recommended-Grinder-Settings). Finally, I like the fact that Baratza has made it possible to upgrade this grinder by offering three items - the Sette BG or S2 burrs for coarser grinds, the Sette drop-down portaholder fork that allows you to place hand-free the portafilter, and a dial-in replacement part that provides micro-adjustments to the basic 30 macro-adjustments found in the higher-end Baratza Sette grinders. In short, I am very happy with the fluffy espresso consistency for my daily shots and its versatility for other brewing methods.

M
M.V.

Baratza Sette 30 AP Coffee Grinder

S
S.
coffee grinder

Had it for about a month. It grinds to a good espresso consistency. my old $50 Krupps burr grinder was not grinding fine enough. When I got this one, I bought a bag a cheaper beans to figure out what settings were needed to work with my Flair Espresso maker. I got things dialed after about 5-6 shots of espresso.

Now I use this machine every morning and some days a couple times more. I sits on my kitchen counter and I just add beans top the hopper. It is a bit loud in the morning, but doesn't seem to wake my kids up in the morning. The grinder is very simply to use, I put my coffee basket in the arms (which have 2 positions to adjust) and I just push the "play" button and in about 4 seconds, I have enough for a shot of espresso.

I know it's a very expensive grinder, but would say it's worth. And definitely drop by their store if you are in Calgary, the staff was very helpful. Also, you could walk next door and buy some very freshly roasted coffee beans too!

D
D.B.
Excellent grinder.

The ground coffee is fluffy and even, and the espresso comes out beautifully