Product Comparison: Mahlkonig K30 vs Baratza Vario
- Great machine that grinds coffee consistently and easy to care for.
- I grind my coffee for a French press, but the Capresso can be set for any type of grind you'd like.
- So this little grinder is exactly what I wanted. It's compact, has a nice capacity hopper, and can do espresso grinds.
- Disappointed. Settings for coarse grind are too fine for my liking.
- Even on the coarsest setting the coffee grinds pretty darn fine.
- Excellent coffee grinder for busy kitchen where different family members make espresso and filter coffee several times a day.
- Solid construction. Looks great on the countertop.
- This is an excellent grinder and a good upgrade from my Rocky Rancillio grinder.
- Takes a bit of time to break in before clumps go away and consistency kicks in.
- It's a little bit loud, a consideration when grinding really early in the morning.
- It is durable, and I have never had any mechanical problems with it.
- Very quiet, great consistant grind, solid build, smart design!
- It has good weight without being too heavy to pick up and move easily.
- Works great, powerful, relatively quite, great choice of grinds, and value for the money.
- The only thing I might wish for is better storage for excess power cord.
- It has programmable timing pre-sets which I imagine could be helpful.
- Excellent, solid built-quality. Not messy at all as compared to other grinders.
- It seems very reliable and consistent, easy to use, small, nice metal porta-filter holder.
- This is a fantastic grinder. 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.