• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • SOMETIMES ONE CUP IS ENOUGH

    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 V60-01 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 ceramic (prettier and better at retaining heat), but it is also available in clear plastic (BPA-free and shatter resistant), or heatproof glass. Whichever you choose, your days of old, microwaved coffee could be over.

    • Available in multiple colourways
    • V60-01 Paper Filters Sold Separately
    • SIZE: ⌀95 x W119 × D100 × H82mm
    • CAPACITY: 1-2cups
    • WEIGHT (INCL. INDIVIDUAL BOX): Approx. 300g
    • MATERIAL
      • Dripper: Porcelain
      • Measuring Spoon: Polypropylene
    • Made in Japan
  • HARIO V60-01 Dripper (Ceramic) - User Guide

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Dylan (Calgary, CA)
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I really liked my ceramic V60-02, so I bought one in the V60-01 size for single cups. I generally do between 12-20 grams, and I would not suggest putting much more coffee than that in. The 01 filters are widely available and relatively cheap. I have not really dropped either model, but they seem quite solid and I have never worried about it. I suppose if you were worried you can get the plastic version, but it doesn't feel as good in the hands as the ceramic version. I also like that the ceramic version feels hot as you pour the water in, though I understand this heat transfer actually decreases water temperature slightly. It would be cool to carry this model in black.

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rds (Ottawa, CA)
perfect - elegant and functional

Works well and looks great. And I got a bonus coffee scoop that matches the design of the filter which is a lovely touch.

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Dylan (Calgary, CA)
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I really liked my ceramic V60-02, so I bought one in the V60-01 size for single cups. I generally do between 12-20 grams, and I would not suggest putting much more coffee than that in. The 01 filters are widely available and relatively cheap. I have not really dropped either model, but they seem quite solid and I have never worried about it. I suppose if you were worried you can get the plastic version, but it doesn't feel as good in the hands as the ceramic version. I also like that the ceramic version feels hot as you pour the water in, though I understand this heat transfer actually decreases water temperature slightly. It would be cool to carry this model in black.

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rds (Ottawa, CA)
perfect - elegant and functional

Works well and looks great. And I got a bonus coffee scoop that matches the design of the filter which is a lovely touch.

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