Size: W145 × D120 × H90mm (1-4 cups)
Recommended Filter:Conical filter
Features:Comes with a manual and measuring spoon
Made in Japan
*Server used in the images are the TORCH Coffee Server Pitchii.
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.
The metal V60 looks good and brews very well. I have a older glass V60 which works well enough, but this one works better on top of my tall Thermos bottle. The combination of metal sidewalls and somewhat flexible silicone rubber holder allows the outlet to sit on top of the narrow mouth opening without being wobbly. It is not possible to use the glass V60 on this same Thermos without removing the plastic holder base, which then means handling a hot glass dripper with bare hands once finished brewing. Making this is a more flexible brewer.
Given the material, the heat retention is better and not afraid it is broken when dropped. Enjoy brewing with this and looks good in photos too.
Beautiful and practical ! I was surprised on how light it was.
Matte black to the legendary V60 what is there not to love?! Suprisingly lightweight too.
This is definitely one of the most beautiful dripper that I have ever seen.
Easy to use, easy to wash, looks great. Thanks!
Takes the guess work out of the preparation process, allows you to brew great coffee everywhere without the need for gooseneck kettle. It fits both Hario V02 and Origami S and I even manage to use it with Yasukiyo wooden dripper.
Once I have started reading more about thermal properties of the drippers, I have decided to try the ones with the best heat retention properties. While plastic ones excel here, they lack the beauty of the natural materials. I went with natural wood and it is indeed a piece of beauty and I reach for it more and more. So far I prefer it with Kono paper and with osmotic brewing method (by Cafec).
Beautiful item, looking forward to brewing darker roasts with this. Thank you Kurasu!
Simplify is a not simply breawer, but when you had the correct recipe the cup.of coffee is complex sweet beauty