|Product Dimensions||43.18 x 35.56 x 27.94 cm; 258 Grams|
|Item Weight||258 g|
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Hario VST-200B V60 Drip Scale, Black
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|Item weight||258 Grams|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||43.2 x 35.6 x 27.9 centimetres|
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- Battery Operated (2 x AAA Batteries)
- Intergrated Timer
- Auto Power Off after 5 minutes (scale will not shut down if timer has been activated)
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Suitable for both domestic and commercial applications the Hario V60 Drip Scale is an essential part of every brewers kit. The weighing platform accommodates all size of Hario servers and also provides a sturdy platform for V60 drip stands. The Hario V60 Drip Scale adjusts weight accuracy as the weight increases: 2g - 200g (0.1g), 200g - 500g (2kg).
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By Skip on 5 October 2020
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Having used it daily now, for three months, I can say that the first potential gripe about weighing in different sensitivities does not affect my bean or pouring weighings, I usually use it with a V60 and sometimes with a Chemex. The lag on the display IS present but you can get round it by slowing down when you approach your target weight.
Nice to have a timer and weighing scale all in one, which makes concentrating on the read outs easy.
The scale tray is wide enough for all manner of coffee jugs, V60, Chemex etc.
It takes AAA batteries, so no problem having to find anything usual. Rechargeable batteries work a treat.
The plastic is easy to wash down with a sponge or paper towel.
The accuracy is pretty good given the caveat about which weight band you’re in.
The weighing lag on the display is annoying but you can work round it. For a domestic situation, it’s fine but for a busy barista, this would probably drive them mad.
The plastic is easily marked - it’s easy to clean - but this won’t continue to look pristine for long.
In theory if the scales were splashed by a lot of water, its design means that water could enter the internals and kill it.
Compared to modern digital scales, this is very limited in functionality, especially if you’re using it with espresso makers.
This is a nice domestic, pour over scale. If that’s all your doing, it’s fine. I was lucky to get mine when on promotion, so it was just over £40 all in. Personally I wouldn’t pay much more than that, since for slightly more than double the money, you could get a much more capable modern coffee scale, with oodles of functions, greater waterproofness and better aesthetics.
Zwar kann ich das Pulver theoretisch natürlich zunächst in einen leichteren (<180g) "Zwischen"behälter mahlen und anschließend in den Siebträger schütten. Dafür ist die Waage dann aber doch zu teuer und die von mir gewünschte Funktion auch bei anderen - sogar preisgünstigeren - Modellen vorhanden.
All the precision goes to waste, since once you put portafilter on them, the precision goes from tents of grams to grams.
And the response time is better than a regular kitchen scale, but not good enough for espresso.
Probably it's a good solution for drip coffee lovers, but if you own an espresso machine, try something else.
Scales can't choose whether they feel like going up in 0.1g increments of 0.5g - not exactly ideal for measuring coffee rations precisely.
The buttons are flat, and so very hard to know when you have pushed it in, especially for the timer.
I now use a different timer when pulling shots as it is jsut so unreliable.
On top of this, the weight is changeable (same item) and the scales constantly need to be tapped to actually do their job.