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

Customer Reviews

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Cody S. (Red Deer, CA)
An affordable way in

I'm drinking the second cup of coffee I've ever brewed with this thing as I write this and, while it's not perfect, it's a pleasant brew. If you're worried you'll have to toss a lot of badly brewed coffee in the trach before you get the hang of it, don't. Mastery might take a long time, but you can have good coffee pretty quickly.
I decided to give pour-over coffee a shot, and this seemed like the most affordable way in. This thing seems solid without being bulky, and there's a ton of info out there for brewing with the v60. I also wanted something I could brew while camping, and this will do the job.

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John J. (Nanaimo, CA)
Better than ceramic

While it lacks the elegance of its ceramic cousin, which I smashed accidentally , the plastic doesn’t. Also it doesn’t create a top-heavy pouring scenario. I prefer the plastic and should have bought it the first time.

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Ken C. (Edmonton, CA)
Nice Brewer

I had this Hario V60 for near a month. It didn't take long to get a consistent brew time and a great cup of coffee. It is now my goto brewer.

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Benjamin H. (Calgary, CA)
Makes a Great Cup

As my first pour-over brewer, it took a little bit of getting used to. Now I'm using it almost twice daily, and is so far my preferred method for percolation!

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Melissa (Montreal, CA)
Can't go wrong

The classic hario V60-02, but in red! I prefer using plastic such as this one because I feel as though it retains the heat better. Would recommend.

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Cody S. (Red Deer, CA)
An affordable way in

I'm drinking the second cup of coffee I've ever brewed with this thing as I write this and, while it's not perfect, it's a pleasant brew. If you're worried you'll have to toss a lot of badly brewed coffee in the trach before you get the hang of it, don't. Mastery might take a long time, but you can have good coffee pretty quickly.
I decided to give pour-over coffee a shot, and this seemed like the most affordable way in. This thing seems solid without being bulky, and there's a ton of info out there for brewing with the v60. I also wanted something I could brew while camping, and this will do the job.

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John J. (Nanaimo, CA)
Better than ceramic

While it lacks the elegance of its ceramic cousin, which I smashed accidentally , the plastic doesn’t. Also it doesn’t create a top-heavy pouring scenario. I prefer the plastic and should have bought it the first time.

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Ken C. (Edmonton, CA)
Nice Brewer

I had this Hario V60 for near a month. It didn't take long to get a consistent brew time and a great cup of coffee. It is now my goto brewer.

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Benjamin H. (Calgary, CA)
Makes a Great Cup

As my first pour-over brewer, it took a little bit of getting used to. Now I'm using it almost twice daily, and is so far my preferred method for percolation!

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Melissa (Montreal, CA)
Can't go wrong

The classic hario V60-02, but in red! I prefer using plastic such as this one because I feel as though it retains the heat better. Would recommend.

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