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Hario Coffee Drip Scale/Timer
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- Hario scale measures in 0.1 gram increments
- Includes a drip timer for perfect bloom times and pours each time
- Easy to use
- Made in China
- Uses 2 AAA batteries (included)
- Includes: 1x Hario V60 Drip Scales, 0.1g Accuracy
- Auto Power Off in 5 Minutes (Not activated when the timer is on)
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Making the perfect pour over is now made easier with the Hario coffee weight scale and timer. The scale measures in 0.1 gram increments which make your coffee more consistent than ever before. Not only that, the scale includes a timer to help you perfect that pour as you use the Hario V60 setup.
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1) Weighing ground coffee - the scale is only accurate to .1g UNDER 200g. My portafilter weighs ~490g, meaning I have to take the basket out of the portafilter in order to weigh my coffee precisely and accurately. If I have to remove the basket anyway, there are much cheaper scale options available that are accurate and smaller. I want to be able to put my whole portafilter on this; it fits, but it's too heavy to get accurate measurements.
2) The thing is really tall at 1 1/8 inches. It is too tall for my Gaggia Classic - the espresso cup won't fit between the scale and the portafilter. Your mileage may vary with other machines.
Otherwise it seems nice, well made, good looking - just understand the limitations for espresso. I returned mine.
The scale feature has this interesting thing where the level of accuracy changes depending on the current weight:
000g-200g = 0.1g
200g-300g = 0.5g
300g-1000g = 1g
I think that's what it is supposed to be ...
But what I see is that SOMETIMES when I'm measuring out 330g, I have no decimal place in the display and I'm working only with whole numbers... sometimes it's got decimals... It throws me off when suddenly I don't have that 0.1g accuracy and that bugs me.
I WISH the wonderful folks at Hario would make a v2.0 of this scale and give it the capability to stick with 0.1g accuracy the whole time. I do realize that it would possibly mean a change in the LCD size or the displayed digits need to become smaller ... but I would not mind either of those... just let me keep my 0.1g accuracy!
It weighs in grams and I think something else, I don't pay attention because that's all I use.
The timer can be paused. You can't start the timer over though, if you forget to pause it or anything. You have to zero out everything which is a pain if you already have some coffee that you started brewing,but that's probably only me who finds it an issue(I have an infant that requires me to walk away often from the coffee, and no, I will not drink just drip).