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    baratza sette 270w - Thoughts buy guide

    I think general sale in Oz is still a little while off

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    Just talking about this today with my brother as we were both on the 5 Sensei pre-order list. I
    fell off first. Then he's dropped off recently.

    Lack of comms hasn't helped inspire excitement. That and the fact that they had a Christmas discount sale and those coming in ordering later could got a 10% discount on the price plus other resellers seem to offer better pricing in general.

    I believe 270W sold out* before 270 which makes sense.

    * "No longer available for pre-ordering" which is likely distributor talk for - we've pre-sold all the units we allocated and those allocated to other resellers. 270W initial stock is sold out and the next batch is not due for another month.

    Other resellers are talking end of January / early Feb now.

    Baratza are reminding people on their website/blog/twit that this is a home use device given early USA 270W barista adopters giving them a good work out :-)

    Some early quick anecdotes/reviews coming in with varied results coming in from the scales of .1g to 1.5g difference from set.

    Will be interesting to see how it all pans out.

    Be nice if Baratza said they are coming out with a commercial spec version at the end of 2017 :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnnrs View Post
    ...but having a Pavoni worries me that the grind wont be fine enough (Though Baratza have assured me they will. They've also said that the minimum portafilter size is 50mm
    Grinding fine enough shouldn't be an issue. Though I have seen mention of a few people in the USA needing shim kits.

    I think it's reasonable to assume at this point if we choose to be early adopters we may not have the quickest response/resolution to issues.

    Sounds like there's another shipment on the way. (hopefully not stuck in customs/dock).

    As mentioned in one of the previous posts you can potentially see the grinder in person before paying for it at one of the distributors stores. Guessing based on what we've seen/heard so far and the limited stocks currently it may take a few shipments before these stock levels stabilise. :-)

    Hope that makes sense. (Typing and currently on phone trying to cancel an NBN connection, probably doesn't help my coherence.)
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    Way too many reports of quality issues for my liking on the HB thread about this one
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    Hi MelbRoaster. Is it ok to post a direct link to the specific thread you're referring to?
    If not can you PM it to me. Thanks

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    I heard that five senses are the only authorised reseller in Australia, however I notice that coffeeparts are also selling. Anyone able to shed some light on that? Quality issues aside, I'm looking for a sub $1000 grinder that is essentially zero retention and this looks to fit the bill perfectly. I'm happy to dose by weight, so has anyone heard about availability for the non W version in Australia?
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    From what I understand Five Senses are the official AU distributor and also sell at retail level. Others like altbrew and coffeeparts are likely getting it from Five Senses and reselling. 270 should fit your bill as a decent priced low retention grinder. Trade off may be longevity.
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    A lot of people are coming at this grinder from the build quality of $1000-$3500 commercial grinders. The Sette grinder in comparison is a smaller chunk of $ but still a fair chunk of money in AUD$. The Sette is definitely consumer end casing with features and workflow that still appeal to enthusiasts/professionals.

    Those coming from more expensive commercial grinders are going to expect a lot. Those with cheaper/equal priced grinders are happier with what they're getting for their money. Still, if some K10/K30 owners are thinking that this grinder makes more sense in home setting then that's probably not a surprise. Trying to use a commercial grinder in a home setting has limitations which the users of these deal with. Thinking about the weighing/variation. You have the LM Vulcano Swift that doses and tamps in one and costs $4500 - $6500 and it still has variance of .1 g up to .9 g in the doses it delivers.

    Here's a selection of comments below that seemed pretty honest, balanced and covered the spectrum from early Sette grinder users.

    Couple of quotes / thoughts from the HB thread:
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    Early feedback report. First impressions of seeing and interacting with the grinder:

    - After dialling in and pulling several shots I can say that the grinder feels like a cheap, short life, throwaway appliance. If you thought the Vario felt that way then imagine that the Sette feels even cheaper. Well, it is!
    - The control panel buttons feel cheap and flimsy. The control panel feels like it's just a matter of time before you replace it. Again, the Vario just feels like it has a little more finesse when you interact with it.
    - The grind adjustment mechanism is fantastic and a welcome change to the Vario and even the K10 system. It sure is like a combination of the two grind adjustment mechanisms. The slick mechanism is a welcome change to the lame plastic and finicky sliders on the Vario.
    - I hate that the Sette retains 0.5g.
    - I love that the Sette doesn't need to be bumped and brushed.
    - I love that I can throw away the damned brushes I have for the K10!
    - The portafilter holder works, but not well enough for me to feel confident that I won't lose some of my coffee from spillage.
    - Holding and shifting the portafilter for the 5 seconds of grinding is better than letting the grinder dose itself into the portafilter.
    - The Sette is really loud and "screechy" compared to both the K10 and the Vario.

    First impressions of espresso from the Sette:

    - I can more easily pull a better shot of the coffees I have on hand with the Sette compared to the K10. I have a very vivid recollection of how the coffees tasted on the K10 and my feedback is that it was easy to get "more" flavour with the Sette. The grinder isn't finicky. I dialled in flow speed and the shots were tasty. Unlike the K30 that I had which needed to be finessed into a delicious espresso.
    - The finer adjustment mechanism can manipulate the grind enough to go from a choker to perfect pour.

    I need to spend more time with the grinder before I make a final decision. Having said that, my early taste impressions coupled with the marked improvement in workflow will make it hard for me to give back regardless of the grinder's cheap esthetic and feel.
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    2. And, that I believe is the 'rub' with this grinder. It has perfromance on par with the heavy commercial-grade expensive grinders yet is built like your typical mass produced consumer electronics item.

    3. A fair trade-off for a $379 grinder over one that costs $1k+

    4. Overall happy with the grinder, sure beats the Encore I was using last week.

    5. Totally agree from a performance standpoint. I just think there are those that spend thousands on a high-end beast of an espresso machine and have pretty high expectations on grinder build quality. This is in no way a knock on Baratza.

    6. I am not using it for espresso, my main use is for daily drip in my technivorm. I wanted something that had a large catch bin and could weigh 70g in one go. (my esatto catchbin on precisco was way to small for the task)

    Working wonderful so far, some issues with static, but I don't hold that against baratza, I blame weather and humidity for that.
    My main concern is that It may not go as course as I want it to so I may have to hand grind with my lido for frenchpress.

    I really love the design. and this puppy is fast.... like wow fast. some of the little touches I like is that the power cord is standard, and removeable. Great for taking it off the counter to clean etc.

    Because the sette was delayed, I purchased a rocket fausto, and after using both I plan on keeping both
    My sette did come with the improved forks and portafilter holder, but I could not find the shim they said would ship with it. I am guessing Baratza would ship me one if needed.

    I have to say that the flow-thru design is awesome. I love how easy it is to clean out and remove the burrs etc. Once again great job Baratza on design.

    7. Im surprised the lightness of the grinder and how it affects grinding was not vetted out through the development of the sette. If they added a sticky base similar to the ROK manual grinder, I think that would have been a good solution.

    8. The W works perfectly for me. No blue tac, no holding it down, just push the button and I get 17-17.4g every time.

    9. ... I also like to weigh prior to grinding, as the Sette 270 is a terrific single dosing grinder. Who knew? I can say that with a 1/2 hopper filled, and using the timer, I get within about .5 grams every shot grinding session.

    For those with the W, I believe Baratza will do all in their power to help owners get the weight thing stable. Not having one, I can't comment further.

    10. ... Any spurious weighing issues for me stopped when I found that two of the five rubber feet were not quite in all the way, plus getting the upgraded arm sleeves. At that point, my weighing became consistent, but was high. I'm now running the offset at 1.3, and my weights are consistently 14.1 or 14.2 on a 14.2 setting. It's crazy accurate. I'm grinding straight into a 49mm basket.

    I realize that I also have one with fewer macro setting indents. I'm not sure it's impacting my ability to dial in, as the grinder seems so forgiving.

    I dropped the inner burr and cleaned everything with compressed air today. There is some coffee buildup on the inside lower lip of the outer burr that looks like plastic pieces when it flakes off. YMMV.

    It seems like it is possible to put the inner burr back in, but not correctly, as I've experienced where everything gets too tight.

    11. After a couple pounds my burrs wore a bit and I was able to go down to lower macro grind settings. I wouldn't worry about it not going down to 1, it'll probably eventually get down there, then you can add the shims to move it back up!

    As far as using the W model, it's critical to eliminate the machine vibrations with sticky tack or similar. I'm kind of surprised this isn't in the FAQ or instructions. I get 0.1 gram accuracy every time ( 10 lbs beans so far ) after sticking the base down to the counter. You may say it's fantasy but it's real and it's amazing.
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    I am eagerly awaiting my 270W. Thanks for the great summary form HB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnnrs View Post
    Bumping this thread as I've heard they should have started to trickle in to Australia now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Melbroaster View Post
    I think general sale in Oz is still a little while off
    5S distributor says
    * 270... The Baratza Sette range is estimated to arrive late January with all pre-orders expecting to ship from our 5S WA office early February.
    * 270W... The first shipment of Baratza Sette 270Ws, which is due to arrive early February is already completely sold out. Once the first shipment arrives and are dispatched, we will start pre-selling the next shipment which we’re expecting to receive late March. Apologies for the delays.

    * AltB says - sold out the first delivery; second delivery is looking like end of February / early March 2017.

    So it seems like these grinders will be pre-sold out for some time to come if AU keeps buying them up at this rate.

    For a commercial build/grind by weight option I'm hanging out for the Compak PKR / PKF series grinders...
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    The first batch of pre-orders are being shipped out. I just got an email from Alt Brewing last night that it has been shipped.
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    I received mine today from Coffee Parts, Im yet to use it tho

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    baratza sette 270w - Thoughts buy guide

    Time for an unboxing and first thoughts video Dudgemo :-) Pretty please.
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    I'll definitley post some pictures tomorrow. I had a quick play and its quite a good grinder. (Im coming from a lelit pl43). Im having some trouble with the grinds being too fluffy and over filling the porta filter, thus not reaching the specified weight. Does anyone have any reccomendations? Im grinding into a lelit double basket (57mm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudgemo View Post
    I'll definitley post some pictures tomorrow. I had a quick play and its quite a good grinder. (Im coming from a lelit pl43). Im having some trouble with the grinds being too fluffy and over filling the porta filter, thus not reaching the specified weight. Does anyone have any reccomendations? Im grinding into a lelit double basket (57mm)
    Either setting up two half weight shots with a settling tap in the middle, or a funnel of some sort in the portafilter (plastic cup/yoghurt container) that allows you to overfill then settle after?

    I'm quite interested in seeing this grinder in the wild too
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    I had some trouble getting the grind right, but i think Ive got it pretty good now. I've had to grind in two 8g batches as mentioned in the above post as to not over fill my portafilter.

    Here are some pictures;









    It doesnt include the full manual, so I printed it from their website









    Very minimal grind retention ( A HUGE improvment from my lelit)





    Bear in mind this was only roasted yesterday

    Videos;

    Grind

    Pour
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    Hot diggety dog, that thing is fast! I'm highly impressed. That is much quicker than the slightly annoying single-dosing process I use on the Robur (however, when it is being used as its maker intended the 3.5sec triples can't be beat!) And looks like a lovely result in the cup.

    It must be a fairly aggresive burr-set to manage times like that from a grinder so small in footprint …
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    Off topic question, for those who are using tapatalk, can you see my post thats two above? It shows up as blank for me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudgemo View Post
    Off topic question, for those who are using tapatalk, can you see my post thats two above? It shows up as blank for me....
    Yep. But its been edited and has no content. Got one like though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trentski View Post
    Yep. But its been edited and has no content. Got one like though.
    Strange, tried reposting it then and still the same. Shows up on the forums via chrome. Not sure whats going on

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    baratza sette 270w - Thoughts buy guide

    ? Reposted and quoted yourself some how ?

    Grinder looking good so far. Thanks for posting all those pics.

    I like designbycoffee's suggestion of using a funnel and tapping to settle afterwards.

    What (dose) size basket are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matth3wh View Post
    Reposted and quoted yourself some how ?

    Yeah sorry about that, I've fixed it up now. Still no idea why it doesn't show on Tapatalk.

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    Dosing twice kind of defeats the purpose doesn't it? Bummer about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by readeral View Post
    Dosing twice kind of defeats the purpose doesn't it? Bummer about that.
    I spose so, but the grinds come out so 'fluffy' it would back up into the grinder if left to its own devices. Im not sure if this is only isolated to that particular coffee, as it was only a day old. It still gets the same accuaracy as far as i can tell, just have to do it in two halves. Fourtunatley for me its still miles ahead of my old grinder. Quicker and no clumps!
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    Very good fluffy grinds.

    Is it possible for you to adjust the rubber arm guides so the PF sits lower ? :-)

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    Unfortunatley thats the lowest they will go. Other portafilters might be better if they are a tad shallower. I havent got any others to test though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudgemo View Post
    I spose so, but the grinds come out so 'fluffy' it would back up into the grinder if left to its own devices. Im not sure if this is only isolated to that particular coffee, as it was only a day old. It still gets the same accuaracy as far as i can tell, just have to do it in two halves. Fourtunatley for me its still miles ahead of my old grinder. Quicker and no clumps!
    A dosing funnel should solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    A dosing funnel should solve the problem.
    Nah, I don't think it would, my problem is that the grinds have no where to go but up, barley any spillage as it goes directly up the grinder chute when the portafilter is full. I'll try and get some better pictures of what I mean.
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    Doing twice is no biggie, just halve your dose.

    Looks like an awesome home grinder. How durable does it feel?

    Cheers

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    It weighs roughly a kilo more then my Lelit pl43, so it doesnt move around at all. I used to have to hold the lelit. The plastics feel of good quality to the same extent or slightly better quality then a Breville or Sunbeam. It doesnt mark easily or anything like that. Still early days though.

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    I hope they go the distance, great features and appears decent value.

    Cheers

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    How does it compare noise wise with the Lelit grinder - these things have a bit of a reputation as being noisy but its hard to tell from youtube etc.

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    To me its less obtrusive then the lelit, as the run time is much shorter.
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    Yes I think noise is probably more than just pure decibels - probably tone and duration have a lot to do with perception of 'noise'

    Cheers

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    Wondering how long before someone posts an upgrade hack video with sound deadening/ egg cartons stuffed in to the casing?

    People love a good tweak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matth3wh View Post
    Wondering how long before someone posts an upgrade hack video with sound deadening/ egg cartons stuffed in to the casing?

    People love a good tweak.
    Wouldn't be hard with some car sound deadening material which is thinner and adhesive.
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    I like this video showcasing the accuracy and work flow with 270w & GS3. So little waste. Tick.

    Be nice to see something like the 270w in a commercial shell which doesn't require selling a kidney to purchase.

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    Have had my 270W for a week now. Thought I had bought a dud at first but that was because I had no idea how to work it but I put that down to not having a proper manual

    After reading the manual and watching some youtube videos, managed to get it working properly. However wasn't getting any accuracy with the weight whatsoever (+-2g!). Changed the location of the grinder (initially had it on a table and moved it to the coffee machine bench) and got within +0.3g consistently so adjusted the offset. Table must have been a little wonky. Now getting grinds +- 0.1g! No blu tac or any other mods. Just works as advertised so can't be more happy for now.

    I had to install 1 shim too and gotta say the grinds are coming out fluffy, even, little to no spill from my VST baskets. Old Mazzer Mini now on backup duty
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    Mine's on the way too... I'm looking forward to having a play...
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    I've never wanted a grinder more. Phwoar. One of these and an Oscar II, I think, is on the cards.

    Thanks to everyone who has shared photos, videos or just general feedback. Greatly appreciated.
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    I'm quite interested in getting one of these too, would be a nice filter grinder with the container it comes with. Thinking of waiting closer to March to order, or do you think the next pre orders will sell out before then?

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    I wish I kept my original order from last year but thought it would coincide with all the Xmas expenses. Oh well. Never ending bills to pay yadda yadda.

    If you place the order with Five Senses then I believe they don't take out the payment until the order ships. At the moment their website is saying ETA 1 April. Coffee parts are showing mid March. Alt Brewing are saying late March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matth3wh View Post
    If you place the order with Five Senses then I believe they don't take out the payment until the order ships.
    I was thinking of ordering with Coffeeparts, anyone know if they do the same thing? Or get billed straight up.

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    baratza sette 270w - Thoughts buy guide

    Most places I'd say will bill you up front to hold the product for you. Perhaps someone can confirm CP for you or a quick email to CP should clear that up.

    More video reviews popping up for this grinder. Warning ⚠️ turn down the sound during the start theme music at beginning and end.
    https://youtu.be/ev9vgeFNx5M

    Thoughts after that video:

    I liked the quick dose comparison of timed vs weighed. Seems like you can get pretty close with timed version. See 7:05

    Another emphasis from Baratza on the duty cycle intended for home use only. * I see 1kg max per day.

    At 4:07 upper burr /motor assembly is a single unit and not supposedly user replaceable. Boo! Hiss! * black market parts please... hark, is that the chorus of appliance grinder lovers I hear?!

    Like the low grind retention. And fluffy grind.

    Don't particularly like that the coffee seems to be flying out and missing the basket. * test with something like coffee catcha

    So fluffy the coffee mound touches the grinder when larger dosing 18+g. See 3:50

    Timed version then probably easier to collapse the dose as it is coming out.

    Anyway. All this makes me appreciate my $150 ex-cafe grinder more and more
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    Mine arrived today = playtime tomorrow. Let's see if it's actually any good....
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    baratza sette 270w - Thoughts buy guide

    Break it real good!

    Keen to hear your thoughts Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matth3wh View Post
    Break it real good!

    Keen to hear your thoughts Chris.
    Promise to do my best
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2muchcoffeeman View Post
    Mine arrived today = playtime tomorrow. Let's see if it's actually any good....
    Will be interesting to hear how it compares with the previous offering Chris.

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