Baratza Encore Coffee Grinder Black
Designed and engineered in Seattle, Washington, the Baratza Encore Coffee Grinder has a neat footprint that fits nicely in your kitchen and gives consistent grind results every time. Its uncomplicated presentation sacrifices nothing in power or precision – offering 40 grind settings, it covers all brewing methods from espresso to French press and everything in between. Simply fill up the bean hopper, select your grind and watch as your coffee fills up the clear grinds bin.
- Conical burr grinder, made from stay-sharp, high-carbon steel.
- 40 setting from fine to very coarse.
- Powerful DC motor is faster and more efficient than standard AC motors other grinders use; built for long cycles and features thermal safety device to protect from overheating that automatically resets.
- Range of grinds allows you explore all manner of brewing methods, including AeroPress, Hario V60, Chemex, automatic drip brewers and more.
- Grinds bin has clear markers to indicate how much you need.
- Commercial Grade: Thoughtfully designed and expertly engineered to meet rigorous standards and best practices from select commercial testing.
- 4 3/4″ x 6 1/4″ x 13 3/4″ high.
- 7 lb.
- Model #ZCG484WHT1AUC1A (White), #ZCG485BLK1AUC1A (Black).
- 1-year limited warranty.
- This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada, and is built to U.S. electrical standards.
- Made in Taiwan.
- Removing bean hopper: Remove all beans from hopper then press front-mounted pulse button to grind any remaining beans through grinder. Remove plug from power outlet. Remove hopper by rotating it counterclockwise until it stops and then lift hopper off of grinder.
- Removing ring burr: Pull black silicone gasket off top of ring burr. Remove ring burr by lifting it straight up out of grinder by lifting tabs. If burr does not lift out, ensure that grind adjustment ring is turned fully counterclockwise.
- Wash grounds bin, hopper and hopper lid in warm soapy water, then rinse and dry.
- If grinder is used daily, burrs should be cleaned at least every few months using tablets or with stiff brush. Proper cleaning enables burrs to achieve consistent grind. Cleaning also removes some coffee oils, which will degrade flavor.
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