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HARIO Mini Drip Kettle KASUYA Model

A compact dripping pot designed by the World Brewers Cup 2016 winner Tetsu Kasuya in collaboration with HARIO. 

The compact body enables you to brew more flexibly and easily. The long straight spout with a less curved tip makes the water flow control extremely easy.

Product Details

Size:W165 × L90 × H100 × D70mm (300ml)
Material:Stainless Steel
Weight: -
Features: -

Made in China

This is designed to be used as a dripping pot, so boil the water in a different kettle and transfer the water to this product to enjoy brewing. Please make sure to check the condition of the product before use.

Not Suitable for:
*use with boiled water only


This product is not to be used as a heating device. If the handle is loose, do not use it to prevent any accident.
The paint for the products passed the Food Sanitation Law. Avoid scrubbing or any impact on surface as it may cause the paint to peel.

About Hario

The name Hario originated from the combination of the Japanese word hari (玻璃) or glass and o (王) or king, combined formed the meaning the King of Glass. A brand with more than 100 years of experience under it's belt started in 1921 as a laboratory glassware seller and manufacturer in Tokyo, Japan. Using their heatproof glassware and glass processing techniques, Hario started creating coffee siphons in 1948. Later on they expanded to creating their well loved home products from other materials. They are now a household name among coffee brewing enthusiasts.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
Jun M.T.
Very handy

Very pleased with this. Perfect size to make my morning coffee

Excellent product

Great value, great product!

Kevin L.
Nice kettle

I love the pour-over kettle and the paper filter quality - top-notch as expected!

Tim P.
Perfect little kettle!

Just the right size for my morning cup. Nice balance, good pour control. Clean and minimalist.


Perfect size for brewing one cup of coffee. Even if I overfill it a bit more than usual it remains easy to manage. I will have to mention though that I have small hands (and small fingers) so it's easy to grip the handle without touching the rest of the kettle which can heat up pretty quickly.