Omega FAQ

The Omega is the new manual hand-grinder designed for coffee excellence at home and on-the-go. It is versatile and easy-to-use, suitable for all coffee preparations – from French press to espresso, ibrik to filter coffee.

Frequently Asked Questions

Use a clean dry cloth or brush.
Do not use water or any other liquid, do not wash with chemical or abrasive substances. None of the components are dishwasher-safe.

Should you disassemble the unit to clean it inside follow the instructions provided in the instruction manual.
The coffee grinder contains small components that are easy to lose. Be vigilant whilst cleaning.

Both coffee grinders allow all adjustments, from french press to ibrik, but Omega X differs from the Omega model in that it has a smaller step size adjustment. With 11-micron steps, three times smaller than the Omega, it offers even more control, especially ideal for espresso preparations.

Conversely, for those who favor reading convenience, the Omega model offers the ultimate ease of use, with all preparations set in a single turn of the dial so that the numerical reference is always the same.

Omega soft is equipped with 199C conical burrs, this set of burrs is designed to reduce the effort while grinding.
Omega fast is equipped with 198C conical burrs, this set of burrs is designed for high-speed grinding.

Both sets of burrs guarantee excellent particle size distribution.

No, do not use the appliance to grind other types of food or anything else.
Never use ground coffee in the place of beans.

You can use the canister to transfer the ground coffee in 58mm portafilter cups, Aeropress, and to load the beans into your Omega.

Gently tap the bottom of the grinder on the counter before opening the canister.

The grinder can be disassembled to clean it inside. But be careful to follow the instruction manual. This operation can be done with no loss of the True Zero calibration. The procedure is safe and can be done without using tools.


Remove the canister and insert the grip from the bottom of the grinder by gently stretching it with your fingers.