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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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In the haze that is my usual morning while brewing the much needed morning joe; I accidentally saturated the scale in scalding hot water. It started malfunctioning and then died. Coffee and morning ruined.
I let it sit all day while at work with the battery cover off and batteries removed. When I came home I changed the batteries and it turned on and was acting as though possessed by demons. I became frantic. But then I found my handy #00 Phillips screwdriver popped the 6 screws off the back and then used the blow dryer to dry it out. After screwing it back together and putting the batteries in, it was good as new.
This product is well built and is easily repairable for the knuckleheads like me out there
For a product that is intended to be used around liquid, it is really STUPIDLY designed.
I poured a little too much through my pour over and the coffee ran over the edges of the weighing pad and it all went inside the device.
There are no lips, no seals, nor diverters to protect the insides from liquid ingress. Just a perfectly flat underside that allows liquid to travel right into the guts of the device. It wouldn't take much effort to at least make the device drip/splash proof, just add drip edges along the underside of the weighing pad and angle the base a bit.
I was able to rescue the device by disassembling it and drying it carefully, but it was a huge hassle. It kept reading "unstable" until it was completely dried out.
Grind must be just right
Tamping pressure Use an Espro
Freshness Roast your own. . . grind on demand
Cleanliness of machine descale often
and Dosing. . . This is where this scale comes into its own. it is accurate down to .1 gms. . . Yes I said point one gram.
Why is this useful? Repeatability of multiple shots in a row. It has a five minute timeout. I place the whole portafilter in a wooden stand and, then turn on the scale, then weigh out 17.8 gms of freshly ground coffee. Tamp, polish, tamp then into grouphead. 25-30 seconds later I am enjoying smooth espresso which looks like a Guiness.as it slowly settles out.
So worth it.
In practice, this is the BEST scale you can get if you are doing one-cup pour overs. Having a timer, and instant response to button pushes is completely amazing and you will go to appreciate its usefulness more as the days and years go by. I have used this 4 times a day for several weeks and there are no signs of ware nor battery drainage. There is just no compromise on this scale as to how useful it is. Would not recommend this for commercial use as the physical build does not seem to be rugged enough; however, for personal use, I expect this to last me a lifetime.
Please feel free to comment if you have any questions.
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.
Also, if a few drops of water hit the glass readout screen in the right place it will: turn off the timer, Tare the weight in the middle of a pour, reset the scale weight from grams to oz. and so on. UNEXCEPTABLE for a scale supposedly designed exclusively for making coffee.
While I am on a rant I will say that my friend, who is a professional barista, has had the same problem with the newer version of this scale. We are both very disappointed in Hario's design. Looks great , performs like the Titanic.
Gave it one star so they would let me review it, so I can save you the money.
Full disclosure, my husband likes it but he never drips or spills because he is a fussy morning person and makes one cup of coffee a day. If you already own this scale as I do, you can prevent some of this by putting an absorbent hot pad on the scale first.
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Who will return me my 41,88 $ back ? ((