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Baratza Sette 30 Coffee Grinder

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The Sette 30 AP is designed to help you get started on your espresso adventure by providing 31 grind adjustment steps in the finer range. The Sette 30 AP uses the same grinder burr as the high-end Sette 270/270W grinders to provide an excellent espresso grind. This technology, which took eight years to develop and perfect in Liechtenstein, establishes a new level in terms of simplicity, efficiency, and longevity. The outer burr rotates while the inner burr remains stationary in this unique mechanism, which is a genuinely revolutionary design. This mechanism's design increases the efficiency of grinders of similar sizes. The 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.


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