Product Comparison: Baratza Vario-886 vs Breville BCG800XL
- Consistent grinds, and the glass container was less staticy than some others I've used with plastic containers.
- Grinds consistently and finely. It's easy to operate and fast.
- This grinder is fast, smooth and quiet. The timer function is convenient for dosing. The grind settings are easy to adjust and repeatable.
- Easy to use and clean. It grinds consistently. Very good value for money.
- Best grinder on the market for the price for espresso. Fast, relatively quiet, very fluffy and precise grinds.
- It is perfect grind. The conical burrs are super sharp, super tough, and plentiful.
- It was perfect! The grind came out VERY consistent and light.
- It looks good. It's not super-quiet, but the sound is a lower frequency.
- The cleaning is pretty easy too.
- The espresso grind is fantastic, I'm still trying to find a course enough setting that will not overwhelm my Gaggia Coffee Classic 15 bar pump!
- The grind is consistent. The stainless steel conical burrs are wonderful and they grind beans with ease.
- The different settings for grind consistently/level and time to grind, are great.
- The grinder features an on/off switch and a "press to grind" button for grinding.
- The container that holds the grinds has a small opening that makes it difficult to dispense the grounds.
- Build quality is outstanding, display is very nice, controls and settings are very easy to understand.
- Quality of grind is superb in addition to flexibility in that one can make a 10-cup medium (filter) grind stronger or weaker until the taste is perfect.
- Easy settings for quantity and grind size. The finest setting is incredibly fine, perfect if you want to grind beans for baking.
- The machine has all of the grinding settings one would want.
- The display screen has had issues, where the grind select cursor flickers.