Product Comparison: KitchenAid BCG111OB vs Baratza Vario-W
- It creates a nice uniform grinds and I'm very happy with it.
- Perfect grind, no problem, it is was easy to clean.
- Grind bits all over. This is very messy grinder, I tried to get used to it, but after nearly 1 year, I still dislike this very much.
- Very disappointing! Sure it is nice to look at but its grinding capability is very poor.
- It doesn't grind my coffee finely at all. There are always big chunks left.
- It is smaller than I thought it would be, which is great because my space is limited.
- It is pretty quiet too -- more than most others that I've used.
- The scale is very accurate. I highly recommend it if you have the money.
- Great grinder for everything but extremely coarse.
- Grinder works great. Grinds coffee perfectly every time and is much quieter than our old Kitchen Aide grinder.
- Easy to use and clean. The detachable cannister makes it easy to dump into a container versus others I've had to scoop it out of, which always makes a mess.
- The grinder looks nice and appears very sturdy, but the beans don't stay in the metal pot.
- Great looking coffee grinder with a detachable grinder cup.
- The noise level is slightly less than the old traditional cylinder model.
- The grinder delivers coarse grounds perfect for a drip coffee maker. If you want espresso grounds, look elsewhere.
- The micro-adjustments make it easy to get the perfect grind setting for every brewing method.
- Easy to use, infinite dose-weight adjustments, easy to remove the top burr to clean inside periodically.
- The hopper is easy to clean and refill.
- Very powerful coffee grinder with easy to use adjustments and features.
- It is reasonably quiet, produces a uniform grind, and the ground coffee empties easily out of the container.