Ratio Six Automatic Pour Over Coffee Maker
Just what our sleepy mornings needed—great coffee, without the fuss. A slimmer, lighter take on its sibling, the Ratio Eight, this magic maker is brimming with perks that’ll help you prep the perfect pour-over. Think: a die-cast aluminum element that heats your H2O to a just-right 200 degrees, a stainless-steel showerhead that gives your grounds an even watering, plus a built-in bloom cycle for top-notch extraction. It all starts with just the touch of a button, and there are handy lights up front to tell you what’s happening when.
This wonder preps up to 40 ounces of joe, and the double-walled, stainless-steel carafe keeps it all piping-hot for longer. So go ahead, have another cup if you please.
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Details & Materials +-
Stainless steel, handblown borosilicate glass, silicone, BPA-free water tank.
Each Brewer includes the following: (1) thermal carafe & lid, (1) flat filter basket, (1) silicone heat shield that sits atop the filter basket, (1) drip catcher, (4) 8-12 cup paper basket filters, power cord, user manual.
Ratio Six Coffee Maker: 6.75" W x 13.50" L x 14.25" H
Insulated carafe holds 40 oz. of brewed coffee.
Care & Notes +-
Filters: Brewer uses 8-12 cup size flat bottom basket filters. The brewer includes four to get you started.
Hot Tip: Brewer does not have a hot plate. The stainless steel insulated carafe will keep your coffee hot for hours though.
Care & Maintenance: Wipe down the brewer with a microfiber cloth after each brew cycle.
For the freshest-tasting coffee clean the brewer every four to six weeks with an all-natural coffee machine descaler, such as Ratio Eight brand Coffee Machine Wash or Urnex Coffee Machine Descaling Liquid.
Hand-wash your carafe (the opening is wide enough for you to easily wash the interior by hand).
The Ratio Six comes with a 5-year manufacturer warranty.
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