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    Default Re: Best Coffee Grinder - Input Welcome

    WLL = Whole Latte Love
     

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    Default Re: Best Coffee Grinder - Input Welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by ericpmoss View Post
    WLL = Whole Latte Love
    Oooooooo.
    AngryScientist, I will probably regret not doing just that.

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    Cross Check, please:

    I need a new grinder. Broke my second Capresso in six years when the burr module got put in upside down after cleaning (once it's wedged in there, it is stuck!). I'm 95% pour-over, 5% mokka pot. Don't have an espresso machine, so I think my grinding needs are pretty simple. My research keeps bringing me to the Baratza Encore for about $140.

    Is there something else I should look at? Any concerns beside it's almost entirely plastic.

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    I would check out one of the refurbed Baratza Sette models. Yes, it's pricier, but a skeptical friend bought one, and in his own words, "This is a game changer. I was wasting my machine and coffee before I got this."
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericpmoss View Post
    I would check out one of the refurbed Baratza Sette 270 models. Yes, it's pricier, but a skeptical friend bought one, and in his own words, "This is a game changer. I was wasting my machine and coffee before I got this."
    I looked at that and there's one on the refurb site but the product description says recommended for espresso fine grinding. Seems overkill for Chemex and french press.

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    I run about 50/50 split between pour over and Moka pot and an Encore has been perfect for the past couple of years. I set it to 10 for the pot and btw 15 and 20 for pour over depending on volume.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobonli View Post
    I looked at that and there's one on the refurb site but the product description says recommended for espresso fine grinding. Seems overkill for Chemex and french press.
    I've had a refurb Sette for about a year that I use only for espresso, I'd agree with you. I've got a Baratza Virtuoso refurb that I've had for two years that I think is plenty for Chemex and press and I've continued to use it for anything that's not going in the espresso machine.
     

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