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[Hot] Baratza Sette 30 Conical Burr Grinder - $287.99

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[Bed Bath And Beyond] [Hot] Baratza Sette 30 Conical Burr Grinder - $287.99

Bed Bath and Beyond has the excellent Baratza Sette 30 coffee grinder available for $359.99 + free shipping. What makes this hot is that it stacks with BBB's 20% off coupon that you get when you sign-up for their newsletter, making it the lowest price for a Sette 30 in Canada. Add the Adjustment Assembly S069 (~$100 - $130 CAD) and you have the same microadjustments as the Sette 270/270W for only 80% of the price :). Enjoy and happy long weekend!
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At this price, I would either get the eureka mignon Perfetto from espressocoffeeshop or wait eureka mignon specialita to be in stock again. You can get them for around $500 with duties and shipping.
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AibaBlast wrote: At this price, I would either get the eureka mignon Perfetto from espressocoffeeshop or wait eureka mignon specialita to be in stock again. You can get them for around $500 with duties and shipping.
There's still a price gap though. I think OP's deal is for people who are looking for a capable, entry level grinder that's a step up from baratza encore. For a sette 30, this is indeed a hot price.
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AibaBlast wrote: At this price, I would either get the eureka mignon Perfetto from espressocoffeeshop or wait eureka mignon specialita to be in stock again. You can get them for around $500 with duties and shipping.
$500 also puts you within spitting distance of the 270 or $100 (20%) more than the Sette 30 with the 270 assembly. If all I was doing was espresso, moka, Turkish or aeropress, I would go Sette for sure.
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I'd avoid the Sette's since they tend to die pretty quickly especially since they moved their production outside of Italy. I'd rather stick to Eureka, more pricey for sure but less headache over time and pretty consistent grinds.
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AibaBlast wrote: At this price, I would either get the eureka mignon Perfetto from espressocoffeeshop or wait eureka mignon specialita to be in stock again. You can get them for around $500 with duties and shipping.
Have you purchased from them before?
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unshavenyak wrote: $500 also puts you within spitting distance of the 270 or $100 (20%) more than the Sette 30 with the 270 assembly. If all I was doing was espresso, moka, Turkish or aeropress, I would go Sette for sure.
For 500, definitely get the mignon perfetto. It'd be a steal.
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MELPOMENE wrote: For 500, definitely get the mignon perfetto. It'd be a steal.
How are replacement parts? For all the Sette flaws, it is pretty easy to get parts.
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unshavenyak wrote: $500 also puts you within spitting distance of the 270 or $100 (20%) more than the Sette 30 with the 270 assembly. If all I was doing was espresso, moka, Turkish or aeropress, I would go Sette for sure.
I think you didn't factor in the tax, the assembly is usually sold for 130 in Canada so after tax everything it's around $480 to upgrade from sette 30 to 270 and you lose the timer function, also sette 30 is made of mostly plastics, including the housing of the gear and the main body, poor quality, if you think to upgrade in the future, eureka mignon specilita is definitely a better choice, much quieter and faster, and it's build is much solid, but if you are just looking for an entry level grinder, I would say go for this. Just sharing more information Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes
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unshavenyak wrote: How are replacement parts? For all the Sette flaws, it is pretty easy to get parts.
Easy to get all kinds of eureka parts. I'm using a 75mm titanium euraka burrs in my victoria arduino grinder.
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MELPOMENE wrote: Easy to get all kinds of eureka parts. I'm using a 75mm titanium euraka burrs in my victoria arduino grinder.
Good to know. I am into manual grinders now, but I saw this on BBB and thought I would share.
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i don't see the point to compare a $280+tax grinder to a $600+tax grinder (sette 30 vs Eureka) . Btw I bought a sette 30 through BBB just 10 days ago and now it is cheaper. They do not adjust price protection for the coupon applied items. I have the return this one and reorder again I think.
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JackVan wrote: I'd avoid the Sette's since they tend to die pretty quickly especially since they moved their production outside of Italy. I'd rather stick to Eureka, more pricey for sure but less headache over time and pretty consistent grinds.
I've come to the same conclusion from my research but have no first hand experience comparing both a Sette against a comparable Eureka. Are you speaking theoretically or from direct experience?

I had a Sette 270 and returned it, was too loud. Eyeing the Eureka Mignon Facile/Manuale now.
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MELPOMENE wrote: Easy to get all kinds of eureka parts. I'm using a 75mm titanium euraka burrs in my victoria arduino grinder.
Yikes. Espresso Coffee Shop says +220 Euros on the Perfetto to USA customers. Doesn't that pretty much kill it?
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Spongeboy wrote: I've come to the same conclusion from my research but have no first hand experience comparing both a Sette against a comparable Eureka. Are you speaking theoretically or from direct experience?

I had a Sette 270 and returned it, was too loud. Eyeing the Eureka Mignon Facile/Manuale now.
I just priced out the Eureka Mignon Perfetto 110v. It's 384 Euros shipped to Canada assuming the 220 Euro USA surcharge does not apply to Canada and no duties. That's...double the Sette 30. I stand by my thread.
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unshavenyak wrote: Yikes. Espresso Coffee Shop says +220 Euros on the Perfetto to USA customers. Doesn't that pretty much kill it?
Choose the 110 volt (+25 euros), it's the same as the USA customer version, the USA and Canadian sellers are not happy that espresso coffeeshop is selling them at a much lower MSRP than theirs so they use this as a way around. Also ask them for a discount, they will send you a code for 10%off.
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unshavenyak wrote: Yikes. Espresso Coffee Shop says +220 Euros on the Perfetto to USA customers. Doesn't that pretty much kill it?
I didn't recommend it. I said there's a price gap between sette30 and the mignon grinders, and perfetto would be a steal at 500.
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AibaBlast wrote: Choose the 110 volt (+25 euros), it's the same as the USA customer version, the USA and Canadian sellers are not happy that espresso coffeeshop is selling them at a much lower MSRP than theirs so they use this as a way around. Also ask them for a discount, they will send you a code for 10%off.
Even with the 10% off code, you're looking at $542 CAD (using the spot rate, which you will not get through your credit card company) and praying you do not get whacked with duties. We are talking about completely different classes of machines here.

Edit: I forgot about CETA, so you may be duty free here.
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AibaBlast wrote: Choose the 110 volt (+25 euros), it's the same as the USA customer version, the USA and Canadian sellers are not happy that espresso coffeeshop is selling them at a much lower MSRP than theirs so they use this as a way around. Also ask them for a discount, they will send you a code for 10%off.
FYI they would not give me a 10% off code for the specialita citing pressure from US distributors to raise prices. Still cheaper to order from them instead of locally though but increases the price a fair bit.
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camiam wrote: FYI they would not give me a 10% off code for the specialita citing pressure from US distributors to raise prices. Still cheaper to order from them instead of locally though but increases the price a fair bit.
Good to know, thanks! Curious that why so much big price differnce for the Canadian and US cutomers since these are not taxed that much when imported.

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