Hario V60-02 White 2015 JW Design (100Pack)

Hario V60-02 White 2015 JW Design (100Pack)

VCF-02-100W-JW

$7.99 USD Regular price
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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • This is a 100 pack of the 2015 JW Filter Design of the white bleached V60-02 paper filters. The filter gives you a sediment-free, clean cup of coffee. As with any paper filter, ensure that you rinse through with boiling water first to remove any remaining paper taste. These filters are bleached white.

    • 2015 JW Filter Design
    • You May Experience a Slightly Different Brew Time Compared to 100W Design
    • 100 Bleached White Paper Filters
    • For Use in V60-02 Drippers
    • Practical Capacity: 480ml
    • Made in Japan
    1. Boil
    2. Rinse
    3. Grind
    4. Pour
    5. Enjoy!

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
43%
(3)
14%
(1)
29%
(2)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
T
T.
Great Filters

Those filter are pretty good, no paper taste

P
P.D.M.
Good product and excellent service

EightOunceCoffee carries quality products and the experience of ordering could not have been better. Delivery was speedy, as was the refund for the original item I mistakenly ordered. I highly recommend this company.

A
A.W.
This is great!

It does it's job that it filters out the noise in the coffee and helps me to produce a clean-tasting coffee! There's is no off tasting filter taste

M
M.S.
Good Filter!

These filters are definitely a little different from the normal Hario filters, that said they work. They seem to filter at a slightly slower rate that the traditional ones, but as long as you know that you can adjust and they work great!

J
J.
Does the trick

The filters get the job done, but I prefer the original ones more. I have noticed slower draw down times with these as well as them being more prone to stalling.

K
K.
A Fine But Much Less Forgiving Filter

These filters are fine, but I find that the flow rate always slows down to a near stop at the end of a pour. I've been experimenting with these filters for the last month with both my regular pour-over recipe and the 4:6 pour-over recipe. Regardless of what combination of equipment, grind size, and water I use, the filters drip-rate always seems to slow down to a stop towards the end of my pours. The filters may just be too 'fine' -- my grinders may have too many irregularities to produce a consistent enough size for these filters and the small 'fines' in my grind may be clogging the filter (I've tried these filters on a Porlex, Hario, and Commandante grinder). The filter works normal (and at nearly the identical rate as the regular Hario filters) with water.

To use these filters, I've just been making smaller cups (usually only about 250ml or less).

R
R.
V60 filter

As mentioned in the previous reviews, these filters have a much slower flow rate especially when time goes on. Requires some dialing in, gets the job done but i still prefer the original filters

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
43%
(3)
14%
(1)
29%
(2)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
T
T.
Great Filters

Those filter are pretty good, no paper taste

P
P.D.M.
Good product and excellent service

EightOunceCoffee carries quality products and the experience of ordering could not have been better. Delivery was speedy, as was the refund for the original item I mistakenly ordered. I highly recommend this company.

A
A.W.
This is great!

It does it's job that it filters out the noise in the coffee and helps me to produce a clean-tasting coffee! There's is no off tasting filter taste

M
M.S.
Good Filter!

These filters are definitely a little different from the normal Hario filters, that said they work. They seem to filter at a slightly slower rate that the traditional ones, but as long as you know that you can adjust and they work great!

J
J.
Does the trick

The filters get the job done, but I prefer the original ones more. I have noticed slower draw down times with these as well as them being more prone to stalling.

K
K.
A Fine But Much Less Forgiving Filter

These filters are fine, but I find that the flow rate always slows down to a near stop at the end of a pour. I've been experimenting with these filters for the last month with both my regular pour-over recipe and the 4:6 pour-over recipe. Regardless of what combination of equipment, grind size, and water I use, the filters drip-rate always seems to slow down to a stop towards the end of my pours. The filters may just be too 'fine' -- my grinders may have too many irregularities to produce a consistent enough size for these filters and the small 'fines' in my grind may be clogging the filter (I've tried these filters on a Porlex, Hario, and Commandante grinder). The filter works normal (and at nearly the identical rate as the regular Hario filters) with water.

To use these filters, I've just been making smaller cups (usually only about 250ml or less).

R
R.
V60 filter

As mentioned in the previous reviews, these filters have a much slower flow rate especially when time goes on. Requires some dialing in, gets the job done but i still prefer the original filters

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