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Hario VDC-02W V60 Ceramic Coffee Dripper, White

by Hario
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Ceramic-White
  • In Japanese, HARIO means "The King of Glass"
  • User controls the flow, timing and temperature of the water for better brewing
  • Easy to use
  • Made in Japan
  • Professional Experience. Size 01: 1-2 cups, Size 02: 1-4 cups, Size 03: 1-6 cups
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Hario VDC-02W V60 Ceramic Coffee Dripper, White + Hario 02 100 Count Coffee Paper Filter, Natural + Hario V60 Buono Coffee Drip Kettle, 1.2 L
Price for all three: $70.26

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Product Details

Size: 2 | Style Name: Ceramic-White
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 14 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P4D5HG
  • Item model number: VDC-02W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (569 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 2 | Style Name: Ceramic-White

Designed for manual, pour-over style coffee brewing. Brews one to three cups at a time. Works well with V60 size 02 paper or cloth filters. Very hands-on brewing, allowing you, the user, to control brewing time and temperature. Ceramic body is durable and helps prevent heat loss during the brewing cycle.

Customer Reviews

It's really easy to use and makes a great cup.
Ronald Shapiro
He also loves how the Hario Coffee Dripper V60 makes one cup at a time!
K. McLachlan
I just use my cone shape malita filters and they work well.
N. Rossley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

102 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Cathy W on March 10, 2012
Style Name: Ceramic-WhiteSize Name: 2 Verified Purchase
This is my third coffee dripper, and by far the best. For years, I used a plastic Melita one with a flattened bottom, and a single small hole in the bottom, but the coffee it made was nothing special. I also didn't like the plastic flavor that it imparted. I also tend to avoid using plastic with hot beverages. Then I replaced it with another dripper with a flattened bottom, with three small holes in the bottom, this time made of ceramic. No plastic flavor anymore, but also no improvement in quality. Then I got the Hario. I NEVER would have thought that the shape of the funnel/filter and the size of the hole in the bottom could make such a difference. It allows a faster extraction, and the ridges help prevent a vacuum from forming (which slows the speed of the water draining through). You DO need to use special filters that are designed for true cone (not cut off across the bottom). This shapes helps keeps the grounds in the right place for the water.

You do need to learn how to properly brew coffee to get good coffee out of it. There are lots of videos online, and at Intelligentsiacoffee.com. First off, start with whole beans, and grind them to the proper fineness/coarseness (this takes some trial and error until you get it right for your tastes). In general, the grind should be medium to medium-fine.

Edit: For those that prefer a slower extraction - you can always grind the beans more finely - that will slow the extraction, as finer grounds "clog" the filter. But, as always, any adjustment to temperature, speed, grind will result in a different flavor.

1.Rinse your filter to remove paper residues, and put the grounds into the filter/dripper.
2. Once the water is boiling remove it from heat and swirl/stir it to get the heat even.
3.
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114 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on March 2, 2011
Style Name: Ceramic-WhiteSize Name: 2 Verified Purchase
The Hario V60 Manual Drip Cone

I've found that the Hario V60 is an excellent alternative to a French press.

First, the V60 has an elegant design, and a very sound construction. It is clearly well made. If you are interested in this type of product, it may be helpful to know that Hario sells a plastic version of this drip cone for about $9.00. So you should be asking yourself, why would I want to pay the extra money to upgrade to a ceramic model? For me, I don't like the idea of hot plastic being anywhere near my coffee (or food for that matter). The second benefit of the ceramic model is that it retains heat MUCH better than plastic. With the pour-over method of coffee brewing, you need to plan ahead and pre-heat your drip cone, carafe and coffee cup or you will end up with a luke-warm cup of coffee. The ceramic makes this much easier.

This product is not for everyone. If you prefer a Mr. Coffee that you can program to make your coffee for you, by all means skip the Hario. But, if you really care about the details of how your coffee is made, and you like being able to orchestrate the process yourself, the V60 is an excellent choice. I have a Bodum Brazil French press, which is equally well made. But I prefer the Hario. The French press extracts more caffeine from coffee than the manual drip method, it leaves sediment behind in the coffee, and studies have shown that French press style coffee may raise levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the blood. I don't take the cholesterol claims all that seriously, but I do find them interesting. Coffee people are very passionate about their preferred brew methods, and I appreciate the people in the French press camp. For me, the V60 is an excellent way to brew coffee in the exact amount I want to drink.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Christian Vetter on April 10, 2014
Style Name: Ceramic-WhiteSize Name: 2 Verified Purchase
Does not come in the Hario box, no measuring cup, no little manual. This is a cheap inferior copy that looks the same from afar, but when you touch the dripper there are a lot of imperfections, it is not as delicate as the Hario one, there is no "Made in Japan" on the bottom and the "02" imprint on the side. I never thought that one has to be aware of fake products on Amazon, but apparently you do. Very disappointing indeed. After getting my dripper and having doubts about it's authenticity, I went to a coffee show where they sell Hario products. I bought the real dripper it right away. Only paid $3 more. The two products are worlds apart. I hope Amazon will remove this seller from their website.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Danejoe on April 30, 2011
Style Name: Glass-BlackSize Name: 2 Verified Purchase
Sometimes I'll wake up in the morning and the coffee in the auto pot has turned off after 2 hours and I'm really wanting a fresh cup of joe, so I'll whip out my glass dripper. Placed on top of my mug with a #2 cone paper filter in it, I pour some hot water on the filter first; it helps heat your mug initially and the purists say it facilitates the brewing process when wet first. Slowly "circle" your hot water pouring only "in" the coffee grounds, not up the paper filter sides. Also, by circling - you don't create a hole in the grounds going straight through the center of the bottom that clears a path. Take a couple minutes to pour. With the notched sides on the black plastic of the dripper I can see the level of the rising coffee without removing the dripper. Sure you can get a plastic dripper (got one too), but I love how glass is inert and doesn't transfer plastic odors. The inside swirls in the glass are supposed to help the downward liquid flow. It will fit on top of a mug up to 4 inches across. You don't get sludge in the bottom of your cup with this method like you do with the french press. Love this dripper.
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