Hario V60-02 Clear

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$8.99 USD Regular price
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Hario V60-02 Clear
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  • If you are used to making a pot of coffee even when you want just a cup, then this great little brewer may well be your saviour. Arguably the most popular manual brew method over the past decade, the Hario V60-02 is a newer twist on the classic Melitta cones. There are as many opinions on brew method as there are baristas but, once you have found your favourite, this is one of cheapest and most effective ways to make great coffee at home.

    This method, paired with the appropriate filters, is ideal for making single cups of coffee directly into the mug - you can make up to 16oz in one brew - and ensures that you only make the coffee that you need. It's simple to use, easy to clean and, as long as you have good coffee, may make you put your coffee machine away for good.

    This Hario V60 is clear plastic (BPA-free and shatter resistant), but it is also available in ceramic (prettier and better at retaining heat), heatproof glass or metal with a variety of finishes. Whichever you choose, your days of old, microwaved coffee could be over.

    • V60-02 Paper Filters Sold Separately
    • Practical Capacity: 480ml
    • Clear BPA-free Polypropylene V60-02 Dripper
    • White Polypropylene Measuring Scoop
    • Dishwasher Safe
    • Made in Japan
V60 drip brew brewer pourover pour over pour-over

Customer Reviews

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K
K.H.
Best ever!

I've tried a lot of drippers in my time, but this one is my favorite! The design with the ridges to funnel the water and the large drip opening make for a quick extraction time, which makes for a really flavorful cup of coffee without bitterness. I'm using it with the V60-02 coffee server. They make a great team. Kudos to Eight Ounce for such a quick turnaround and delivery time, less than 24 hours. And an excellent price point!

A word about filters--I didn't spring for the Hario filters. If your budget runs to it, I'd recommend for ease of use, but I'm using ordinary cone filters, and it works out just fine, just roll the bottom a bit to fit the round shape.

M
M.s.
Great way to get into pour over

I have the ceramic version and bought this as an intro device for a friend. He really enjoys it and it works very similarly to the ceramic version, great value!

C
C.
Must have

Cheap, simple to use and produces a great cup.

J
J.R.
Great for travel

I took this camping and loved it. Nice to be able to make great coffee while not at home!

A
A.J.
My new favorite coffee maker

Previously, I had used the Chemex exclusively. I wanted to try new coffee brewing methods so I picked this up.
First off, the construction is simple and beautiful. It's light. I prefer the V60 to the Chemex now as it retains heat well, the extraction is faster and the papers are smaller resulting in less waste.

I love how fast thing brewer is and it's so cheap, I would recommend anyone try this product if they are looking to enter coffee as a hobby. Check out the James Hoffman video about the V60 for a great start into understanding how to make a delicious cup of coffee that suits your preferences.

C
C.
Better heat retention than ceramic

This doesn't cool down your water as much as ceramic would, is cheaper, and lighter, making the coffee making process more enjoyable and less of a workout.
If using ceramic, i'd suggest you heat the ceramic up very well with boiling water before doing your pour over.

This pairs well with the Staff double walled carafe.

It seems that most of the retailers/coffee shops that Eight Ounce supplies this to at wholesale prices mark them up to about $16-$19, which I don't know if it's the SRP. Getting it direct from Eight Ounce on their consumer site at this price is pretty good value.

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A.D.
This thing is great!

Love the 02 size v60 from Hario. This was my first experience with pour-over brewing and I got a good piece of equipment in this guy. Good heat retention (or lack thereof), which was what I was looking for in the plastic version. Gotta keep the thermal mass in the water/coffee bed so I've been told. Great buy, glad I went with the Hario brand.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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K
K.H.
Best ever!

I've tried a lot of drippers in my time, but this one is my favorite! The design with the ridges to funnel the water and the large drip opening make for a quick extraction time, which makes for a really flavorful cup of coffee without bitterness. I'm using it with the V60-02 coffee server. They make a great team. Kudos to Eight Ounce for such a quick turnaround and delivery time, less than 24 hours. And an excellent price point!

A word about filters--I didn't spring for the Hario filters. If your budget runs to it, I'd recommend for ease of use, but I'm using ordinary cone filters, and it works out just fine, just roll the bottom a bit to fit the round shape.

M
M.s.
Great way to get into pour over

I have the ceramic version and bought this as an intro device for a friend. He really enjoys it and it works very similarly to the ceramic version, great value!

C
C.
Must have

Cheap, simple to use and produces a great cup.

J
J.R.
Great for travel

I took this camping and loved it. Nice to be able to make great coffee while not at home!

A
A.J.
My new favorite coffee maker

Previously, I had used the Chemex exclusively. I wanted to try new coffee brewing methods so I picked this up.
First off, the construction is simple and beautiful. It's light. I prefer the V60 to the Chemex now as it retains heat well, the extraction is faster and the papers are smaller resulting in less waste.

I love how fast thing brewer is and it's so cheap, I would recommend anyone try this product if they are looking to enter coffee as a hobby. Check out the James Hoffman video about the V60 for a great start into understanding how to make a delicious cup of coffee that suits your preferences.

C
C.
Better heat retention than ceramic

This doesn't cool down your water as much as ceramic would, is cheaper, and lighter, making the coffee making process more enjoyable and less of a workout.
If using ceramic, i'd suggest you heat the ceramic up very well with boiling water before doing your pour over.

This pairs well with the Staff double walled carafe.

It seems that most of the retailers/coffee shops that Eight Ounce supplies this to at wholesale prices mark them up to about $16-$19, which I don't know if it's the SRP. Getting it direct from Eight Ounce on their consumer site at this price is pretty good value.

A
A.D.
This thing is great!

Love the 02 size v60 from Hario. This was my first experience with pour-over brewing and I got a good piece of equipment in this guy. Good heat retention (or lack thereof), which was what I was looking for in the plastic version. Gotta keep the thermal mass in the water/coffee bed so I've been told. Great buy, glad I went with the Hario brand.

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