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Barazta Refurbish Grinders - IN STOCK - SETTE 30, Encore Black & White $99, VIRTUOSO+ , FORTÉ AP - $720

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ENCORE WHITE - $99 - IN STOCK
ENCORE BLACK - $99 - IN STOCK
VIRTUOSO - $149 - OOS
VIRTUOSO+ - $195 - IN STOCK
SETTE 30 - $195 - IN STOCK
VARIO - $299 - OOS
SETTE 270 - $299 - OOS
SETTE 270Wi - $379 - OOS
FORTÉ AP - $720 - OOS
FORTÉ BG - $735 - OOS


The very popular Baratza certified refurbished grinders are ALL BACK IN STOCK!

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Most credit cards will double the warranty. Baratza offers 1 year and the CC Company will add the second year warranty (even if it's refurbished). Check your CC T&C's to verify but all 4 of my credit cards included it.
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Vario vs Sette 270 for espresso..any advice which one to go with?
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Vario vs Sette 270 for espresso..any advice which one to go with?
Definitely Sette 270. I have the WI and it's definitely best bang for the buck. You can google some differences and comparisons but just speaking from my experience thus far with Sette 270
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Definitely Sette 270. I have the WI and it's definitely best bang for the buck. You can google some differences and comparisons but just speaking from my experience thus far with Sette 270
Thanks. Biggest difference I could find is the burr (cone vs flat), but they both seem to go fine enough for espresso and have enough steps (or stepless) to dial-in accurately. Based on your response I'll go with Sette 270 before the run out.
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Vario OOS
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Vario OOS
Thanks. Updated to reflect OOS
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Vario vs Sette 270 for espresso..any advice which one to go with?
Id go with vario, I have a sette 270 and its just not reliable ie ive had it replaced entirely once and the whole motor assembly replaced on another instance
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Would there be any benefit in the Sette 30 over the encore for Aeropress medium grinds?

If I had any sense I'd at least wait till my oxo bites the dust.
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Thanks. Biggest difference I could find is the burr (cone vs flat), but they both seem to go fine enough for espresso and have enough steps (or stepless) to dial-in accurately. Based on your response I'll go with Sette 270 before the run out.
Yes, they usually sell out quick. the 270 is usually the first to go. Sometimes the WI goes first.
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Id go with vario, I have a sette 270 and its just not reliable ie ive had it replaced entirely once and the whole motor assembly replaced on another instance
Haven't had any issues with mine. And if you do, Baratza typically has great customer support and will replace any defective item Free of Charge.
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Haven't had any issues with mine. And if you do, Baratza typically has great customer support and will replace any defective item Free of Charge.
Yes they have excellent service. I own an encore too. But i dont recommend the sette for reliability reasons
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Is the encore good for an espresso grind?
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Is the encore good for an espresso grind?
no, you should go sette and. up for espresso. encore isn't fine enough
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For espresso, certainly recommend the sette 270 if you can afford it. Don't go with the wi (goes with weight instead of a timer) as the timer is consistent enough and more reliable. Some reviews on home-barista have talked about the vibrations of the grinding messing with the scale.

Also note, you should buy a grinder of reasonably equivalent quality to your espresso machine. I pair my Sette 270 with a Breville Dual Boiler (~$1200 I think?), and they work well together. Considering upgrading to a Decent DE1+ (~3k). Based on my home-barista reading, I may want to upgrade that soon-ish... perhaps to a niche but I'll be missing the hopper/timer. Don't REALLY want to weigh beans every time I make espresso.
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Are any of these better than the virtuoso? Or worth getting instead?
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