V60 Dripper
For a delicious cup coffee
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Three features
of the V60

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Video: How to brew coffee

Video: How to brew coffee

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Plastic drippers

With affordable prices, they can be recommended to beginners.

VD-01T

01 Clear

1 - 2 cups Acrylonitrile-styrene resin

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VVD-01W

01 White

1 - 2 cups Polypropylene

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VD-01R

01 Red

1 - 2 cups Polypropylene

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VD-02T

02 Clear

1 - 4 cups Acrylonitrile-styrene resin

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VD-02W

02 White

1 - 4 cups Polypropylene

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VD-02R

02 Red

1 - 4 cups Polypropylene

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VD-03T

03 Clear

1 - 6 cups Acrylonitrile-styrene resin

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Ceramic drippers

Japanese traditional Arita ware drippers

VDC-01R

01 Red

1 - 2 cups Ceramic

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VDC-01W

01 White

1 - 2 cups Ceramic

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VDC-02R

02 Red

1 - 4 cups Ceramic

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VDC-02W

02 White

1 - 4 cups Ceramic

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Heatproof glass drippers

Beautiful, transparent, glass drippers

3VDG-01-OV

01 Olive Wood

1 - 2 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-01W

01 White

1 - 2 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-01R

01 Red

1 - 2 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-01B

01 Black

1 - 2 cups Heatproof glass

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3VDG-02-OV

02 Olive Wood

1 - 4 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-02W

02 White

1 - 4 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-02R

02 Red

1 - 4 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-02B

02 Black

1 - 4 cups Heatproof glass

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VDG-03B

03 Black

1 - 6 cups Heatproof glass

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Metal drippers

Tough, metal drippers with high thermal conductivity

VDM-02HSV

02 Silver

1 - 4 cups Stainless steel

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VDM-02CP

02 Copper

1 - 4 cups Stainless steel

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VDM-02-MB

02 Matt black

1 - 4 cups Stainless steel

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VDP-02CP

02 Copper Dripper

1 - 4 cups copper

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Ceramic dripper in the Kasuya barista version1 - 4 cups Ceramic

Ceramic dripper
in the Kasuya barista version

Under the supervision of 2016 World Brewers Cup Champion

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Other devices necessary for dripping

Coffee mill

Coffee mill

HARIO’s manual coffee mills all use a ceramic burr to prevent damage from the heat.

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Filter

Filter

This filter is designed for the cone-shaped dripper. Three sizes are offered from one to six cups.

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Kettle

Kettle

The thin spout makes it easy to control hot water flow, enabling you to prepare more delicious coffee.

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Server

Server

The heatproof server allows you to check the extracted volume at a glance and it is convenient for rewarming coffee.

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Scale

Scale

With the scale, you can keep track of the time for grounds to become saturated and measure the volume of hot water at the same time, enabling you to try various options.

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Thermometer

Thermometer

HARIO’s recommended temperature is 93℃. If you change extraction temperatures as you like, you may find new depths of coffee.

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origin

The birth of the V60

1921

In 1921 Shibata Works, the predecessor of HARIO Co., Ltd., was founded in Kanda-Sudacho, Tokyo, and started production and sales of laboratory glassware.
In addition to manufacturing beakers, flasks, petri dishes, and coolers with the logo of Hiromu, Shibata Works embarked in research on glass melting, and succeeded in melting “HARIO Glass,” a glass of 1st-grade hardness.

1960's

HARIO also entered the area of glass tableware, and wondered if we could make a fuss-free dripper that produces flavor close to cloth-filtered coffee, which was said to be classic-style coffee, through utilizing the heat-resistant glass technology we had accumulated. During the trial and error process, we tried to drip coffee with cone-shaped funnels for laboratory use that were in the glass test room of the company. In 1980 HARIO launched a paper dripper that extracted coffee by slightly floating the paper like cloth, but regrettably it did not spread.

2004

Twenty-four years later, HARIO started the development project again. Usually, ribs of the dripper extended straight vertically. This caused the paper to closely adhere to the dripper wall between neighboring ribs, making it difficult to let the air through. We noticed that it decreased the efficiency of extraction. To make a path for the air by floating the paper, we added a twist to the rib shape, and also made a single large hole in the bottom. This gave a birth to a dripper which prevents hot water from staying too long in it, and enables users to control the speed of pouring water to brew coffee to their desired taste ? a lighter taste if water is poured quickly, and a stronger and deeper flavor if poured slowly.

2018

HARIO received Japan’s Good Design Award in 2007 for the V60 made from plastic and ceramic that had been completed by that time. Since a brewer who used the V60 won first prize in the 2010 World Brewers Cup, the V60 has spread around the world through word of mouth. Today, the V60 is used by many baristas and coffee enthusiasts in world coffee competitions or cafes as the dripper with which they can directly express coffee taste.

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