Niche Zero Grinder

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The Niche Zero Coffee Grinder approaches grinding your coffee as fresh as possible in an entirely new way. You’ll brew better tasting coffee by controlling elements that are often absent in other coffee grinders workflow. 

The Niche Zero uses a direct grind pathway for dosing your coffee which achieves zero grind retention of coffee caught in the chute. As you only grind exactly the amount of beans you need each time, you have the freedom to store your beans in an airtight container and maximise the freshness for each delicious cup of coffee.

Along with that the Niche Zero has the full range of grind settings available, using a stepless adjustment that can grind well for espresso and moka pot coffee which requires very fine grinds; but can equally grind quality particle sizes for drip coffee and other filter-style coffee brewing methods.

Using an optimised burr speed the Niche produces a low grind particle size distribution and is a quiet grinder that operates at 72dB. With uncomplicated controls using the Niche Zero it will be a pleasure grinding your tasty coffee rather than a messy loud chore. Not to forget the overall look and design of the Niche is the perfect fit for any modern home coffee setup.

Ideal for: Home Espresso and Filter Coffee Connoisseurs 


Zero Grind Retention – With no more waste you’ll get exactly the same grind out as you put in.

Grind as you need – Keeping your coffee at its freshest is best done in air-tight containers. No mroe stalling beans in the hopper.

63mm Conical BurrsThe Niche Zero Grinder has premium 63mm conical burrs,  normally only found in commercial, high end grinders.

Compact Design – Simple on-off switch and grind size guide on the adjustment colloer gives you complete control over the grinder.

Silent and Controlled Motor – Under 72dB during grinding with burr speeds ideal for the sweetest cup of coffee.

NFC Disk Included – The Niche Flow Control Disk eliminates pop-corning in the hopper and ensures the beans grind more consistently.

Easy Burr Maintenance– Designed to make cleaning simple for everyone. Aligning is 100% correct every time.

Commercial Grade – Built for professionals baristas but design compact for homes.


  • Niche Zero Coffee Grinder
  • 50 gram Dosing Cup
  • Flow Control Disk (NFC)


  • Cast Aluminium, Hardwood Trim
  • Dimensions: 31x21x12 cm
  • Power: 230v | 50Hz (Australian Plug)
  • Weight: 4kg
  • Burrs: 63mm Conical Burrs
  • Speed To Grind: 1.5g/s fine (espresso), 1.8g/s medium (chemex), 2.1g/s coarse (French press)
  • Grinding Capacity: 50 grams
  • Stepless Grinding

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Available Colours

  • Black
  • White
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We strive to ensure that your delivery arrives safely to you, but we understand that sometimes accidents happen outside of our control.  

By selecting Alternative Brewing's Freight Protection you will receive a priority customer support and priority replacement of your product if it arrives damaged. You will be able to add this option to your order in checkout. 

What does Freight Protection offer?

1 - Priority Customer Service – as soon as you contact our team to submit your Freight Protection claim, you will be placed into a priority queue to ensure your claim is processed as quickly as possible.

2 - Advanced Shipping – to minimise downtime without your product, once we have assessed your claim we will ship a replacement to you before we have received the damaged goods back.

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  • To assess your claim, you will be required to provide photo and/or video evidence of the damaged product. 
  • All Freight Protections claims must be made within 3 business days of receiving your product.
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Yes it does, and quite well. Using large Mazzer 63mm Conical Burrs, made for commercial cafes.
Yes it does. The unique stepless adjustment, means you can grind to whatever grind size you require.
Yes, you can try spritzing the beans with some water, known as RDT. The Ross Droplet Technique (RDT) is a method used in espresso preparation where a small amount of water is applied to coffee beans before grinding. This technique helps reduce static electricity and clumping of the coffee grounds, resulting in a more consistent grind size and improved extraction during brewing.
The Niche Zero Grinder can grind as fine as 30µ and as coarse as 1200µ, and makes a great All-round Grinder.
The best setting for pourover coffee and the Niche Zero Grinder 35
The best setting for cold brew coffee and the Niche Zero Grinder is 45-50
The best setting for moka pot coffee and the Baratza Encore is 25
The best setting for Aeropress coffee and the Baratza Encore is 30
For optimal grinder maintenance, if you frequently use dark roast beans, which tend to be oilier, it's advisable to clean your grinder more often, ideally once a month. However, if you prefer light roasts or use your grinder infrequently, you can likely extend the cleaning interval to once every three months. Adjusting the cleaning frequency based on the type of beans you use and your usage pattern helps maintain optimal grinder performance.
Here's a guide to cleaning and calibrating the Niche Zero grinder: Begin by gathering the necessary tools: a specific screwdriver for the burr bolt and a cleaning brush. Give the funnel a few taps to remove any loose coffee. Carefully unscrew the burr bolt, ensuring the motor stops turning with a quick flick. Continue until it is completely unscrewed. Unscrew the silver collar, requiring several turns, to access the burr set. Use the brush to remove any loose coffee grinds from the top of the burrs. Remove the top burr, followed by the lower burr. Pull upwards to remove the sweeper arm and access any stale coffee caught in the grinder. Clean any remaining coffee with a brush and/or toothpick if necessary. Thoroughly clean the top burr. Reassemble the sweeper arm, bottom burr, and align the burr and shaft centers before replacing the pin. Ensure the burr moves freely before tightening the burr nut. If needed, place a pencil gently in the disk opening to prevent movement while tightening. Finally, give a final push on the top burr to confirm it moves freely. Following these steps will help keep your Niche Zero grinder in top condition.
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