HARIO V60 SWITCH Immersion Dripper

HARIO V60 SWITCH Immersion Dripper

SSD-200-B

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$55.99 USD Regular price
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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • IMMERSE YOURSELF IN YOUR COFFEE BREWING

    The SWITCH immersion dripper simplifies the V60 brewing process by eliminating the drawdown until you're ready so you get as much extraction as you want.

    Simply place a V60-02 size paper filter and ground coffee into the glass dripper, then gently fill with fresh hot water. Then, when your desired steep time has been reached, just press the switch on the base, which releases the freshly brewed coffee into your cup. Perfect extraction, simplified.

    • Practical Capacity: 240ml
    • Dishwasher Safe
    • Heatproof Glass Dripper
    • Stainless Steel Ball and Filter
    • PCT Resin Switch
    • Silicone Rubber Base
    • AS Resin Lid
    • All Parts Made in Japan
    • Includes 40 V60-02 filters

hari hair hairo cha chai sencha

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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Eric J. (Alberta, Canada)
Fun, versatile, probably not a must-have

Nothing's easier, not even french press since clean up here is so much simpler. I don't think the value-for-money is exactly there, but it's fun to play around with, and I'm excited to keep trying different recipes.
Materials: Only the 'switch' on the Switch is PCT resin; everything else is glass, silicone, or stainless steel.
Capacity: You can fit ~300 mL of water in the 02 dripper (that comes stock). The glass 03 will fit into the Switch, and holds ~600 mL. As someone who was worried about the capacity being too small, I think it's such a versatile brewer that you can get around that and still make larger brews in a relatively simple fashion.

S
Serge (Quebec, Canada)

A bit small for our needs (2 people) so I ended up switching the glass brewer to a 03 which produces around 400ml of brew. Since we received it, it has completely replaced our chemex and french press for our daily use. It's relatively quick, easy to clean and produces great tasting coffee, couldn't ask for better than that!

J
Juan R. (Alberta, Canada)
Too Small - Otherwise Very Good

This immersion dripper makes very, very good coffee. It works like a hybrid french press + pourover which means you get a very well extracted cup of coffee with the fines filtered out. It's great, but it's not a daily driver simply because of its capacity. If you try, you can get about 280ml into there which isn't an adequately sized cup of coffee in the mornings. I'd give this 5 stars if it had a capacity of at least 400 ml but it's too small for serious use.

It is good for sampling new coffee roasts, however. As you can be pretty confident that you're going to get a very good and highly representative cup of coffee from what you brew. So, it's a good baseline to establish what kind of coffee you like or dislike.

Pair with Sibarist quick coffee filters for the best performance. Let's be serious, this is an expensive dripper and the value for the money isn't really there. So, instead of trying to economize, just buy the Sibarist filters and blow money with reckless abandon. It's the way to use this, and you'll be disappointed if you use it any other way.

V
Vincent T. (British Columbia, Canada)
Versatile Brewer

Bought to use with James Hoffmann's Switch recipe and it turned out great!

M
Michael (Ontario, Canada)
Perfect immersion brewer

Great for fast brewing. The Hario Switch comes with the 02 size glass brewer but the base can easily be used with the 01 and 03 size glass brewers making it more functional and convenient. Easy to use and experiment with different brewing ratios.

G
Gabriel (Quebec, Canada)
Great brewer

It's a little more difficult to get a great cup with the hario switch than the clever brewer but when you find a recipe that works well it makes better coffee.

Great quality. The only issue is the paper filters. You can't find them as easily as mellita filters.

M
Mathieu B. (Quebec, Canada)

Easy to use and clean. Happy with the quality of the coffee I get with a consistent technique, and a good pouring kettle.

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
94%
(17)
6%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Eric J. (Alberta, Canada)
Fun, versatile, probably not a must-have

Nothing's easier, not even french press since clean up here is so much simpler. I don't think the value-for-money is exactly there, but it's fun to play around with, and I'm excited to keep trying different recipes.
Materials: Only the 'switch' on the Switch is PCT resin; everything else is glass, silicone, or stainless steel.
Capacity: You can fit ~300 mL of water in the 02 dripper (that comes stock). The glass 03 will fit into the Switch, and holds ~600 mL. As someone who was worried about the capacity being too small, I think it's such a versatile brewer that you can get around that and still make larger brews in a relatively simple fashion.

S
Serge (Quebec, Canada)

A bit small for our needs (2 people) so I ended up switching the glass brewer to a 03 which produces around 400ml of brew. Since we received it, it has completely replaced our chemex and french press for our daily use. It's relatively quick, easy to clean and produces great tasting coffee, couldn't ask for better than that!

J
Juan R. (Alberta, Canada)
Too Small - Otherwise Very Good

This immersion dripper makes very, very good coffee. It works like a hybrid french press + pourover which means you get a very well extracted cup of coffee with the fines filtered out. It's great, but it's not a daily driver simply because of its capacity. If you try, you can get about 280ml into there which isn't an adequately sized cup of coffee in the mornings. I'd give this 5 stars if it had a capacity of at least 400 ml but it's too small for serious use.

It is good for sampling new coffee roasts, however. As you can be pretty confident that you're going to get a very good and highly representative cup of coffee from what you brew. So, it's a good baseline to establish what kind of coffee you like or dislike.

Pair with Sibarist quick coffee filters for the best performance. Let's be serious, this is an expensive dripper and the value for the money isn't really there. So, instead of trying to economize, just buy the Sibarist filters and blow money with reckless abandon. It's the way to use this, and you'll be disappointed if you use it any other way.

V
Vincent T. (British Columbia, Canada)
Versatile Brewer

Bought to use with James Hoffmann's Switch recipe and it turned out great!

M
Michael (Ontario, Canada)
Perfect immersion brewer

Great for fast brewing. The Hario Switch comes with the 02 size glass brewer but the base can easily be used with the 01 and 03 size glass brewers making it more functional and convenient. Easy to use and experiment with different brewing ratios.

G
Gabriel (Quebec, Canada)
Great brewer

It's a little more difficult to get a great cup with the hario switch than the clever brewer but when you find a recipe that works well it makes better coffee.

Great quality. The only issue is the paper filters. You can't find them as easily as mellita filters.

M
Mathieu B. (Quebec, Canada)

Easy to use and clean. Happy with the quality of the coffee I get with a consistent technique, and a good pouring kettle.

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