New Baratza grinder: the Sette Series

Grinders are one of the keys to exceptional espresso. Discuss them here.

#1: Post by Intrepid510 »

Details are scant but here is a post from their website

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#2: Post by canuckcoffeeguy replying to Intrepid510 »

I'm intrigued. This makes sense. I even speculated Baratza was working on another grinder back in 2014. See below. The market is there, if the price is right and the specs are what people want. Should be interesting to see what they've been working on.
Better electric single dose grinding!


#3: Post by day »

Been thinking to at least go down to the Saturday even for the 15 dollar entry. Hopefully it turns out to be worth the hype!
Yes, i you per this on an iPhone


#4: Post by briankim »

I've been looking to upgrade my Preciso. I guess I'll stick to it for a while until this is revealed in April.
Thanks for the info!


#5: Post by gophish »

That's pretty exciting. If it is an espresso specific grinder, as the graphic eludes to, and they can deliver better grind quality and consistency, keep the home friendly footprint and ease of use, low retention, and at less than all out commercial grinder price, they will have a real winner.

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#6: Post by aecletec »

They figured out the Schomer Grinder?

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#7: Post by turtle »

They need a top shelf espresso grinder in their lineup.

Will be interesting to see what shows up.
Mick - Drinking in life one cup at a time
I'd rather be roasting coffee


#8: Post by HoldTheOnions »

Yeah, wondering if it is a higher-end lineup or replacement for the current lineup with some upgrades.


#9: Post by brianl »

Only thing missing from their lineup is a large conical, which I would love to see.


#10: Post by SAB »

Yes, excited to see if they can help fill in the void (for a HOME device that doesn't have to be contorted, chopped, shaken or stirred) at the next level...