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Hario drip scale
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SKU: VST-2000B

Hario's V60 drip scale has become one of our favorite brewing tools. Its weighing platform accommodates most popular brewers and servers, as well as portafilters for measuring espresso doses. A built-in timer is helpful for tracking brew time and its low-resolution ensures maximum accuracy along the way. Pour-over brewing, immersion methods, and espresso preparation will all be improved by adding Hario's scale to your arsenal.

Features:

  • Low resolution:
    • 2-200g: 0.1g
    • 200-500g: 0.5g
    • 500-2000g: 1.0g
  • High capacity: 2000g
  • Large platform: ~4.75"W x ~5.5"D
  • Built-in timer
  • Powered by 2 AAA batteries
  • Auto-off after 5 minutes (100 minutes when using timer)

Hario

Originally known primarily as a company that produces glass products, Hario (also known as Hario Glass) has been working to produce high quality coffee and tea products since 1921. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. Hario has helped bring about a coffee renaissance in the U.S. by creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike for by-the-cup coffee brewing. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.
Hario Drip Scale is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent scale, with some minor issues Pros: Perfect for weighing coffee and water by gram,accurate to nearest 0.1 gram for < 200g, does not turn itself off while you are in the middle of using it, takes inexpensive readily available AAA batteries, small enough to carry in one hand. Cons: option to measure in ounces would be nice for other kitchen use (don't need this feature for coffee), a timer would be a nice feature (despite what the manufacturer says, it does not have a timer, it does have a stopwatch)
Date published: 2015-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! This scale is perfect for pourovers. I love the timer and the fact it doesn't turn off until your done.
Date published: 2014-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Set-Up Is Complete! A scale is not necessary when using the hand pour method but definitely ensures a consistent cup. It's like the last piece of the puzzle. It also helps to get rid on any issues that arise when converting ounces to grams.
Date published: 2016-07-03
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What is the NTEP COC number for this scale?

Asked by: Rhonda McCary
This information is, unfortunately, not available to us.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2016-06-21

I don't see dimensions on here. Would this still fit under the group head to weigh out shots as well? (using a La Marzocco Linea 2group)

Asked by: cdaniel
This scale is, unfortunately, far too large large for a drip tray. 190mm x 120mm x 26mm
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2016-04-04

If something weighing over 200 g is placed on the scale and the scale is then tared, will added coffee be weighed to .1g, or only to .5g (resolution for 200 to 400)?

Asked by: Jodad
Regardless whether the scale is tared or not, once 200g is placed on top the resolution changes.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2015-12-17

Ideally I would like to have 0.1 gr accuracy throughout the entire brew. If I want to brew a pour over using 396 gr of water, should I pour 200 gr of water in cone and then tare the scale before pouring the rest in order to retain 0.1 gr accuracy?

Asked by: kaffa curious
The Hario scale will not read in 1/10th gram resolution if you tare after you pass 200 grams. I agree that it's important to have high resolution measurements for coffee grounds, but when you're talking about 396ml of water total it's virtually impossible to taste even a 1ml variance in water weight between brews, let alone 1/10th of that amount.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2015-09-23
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