What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Hario “Technica” Glass Syphon Coffee Maker, 600ml?

A total of 19 reviews of this product on Reddit.

12 points

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16th Apr 2018

It’s apparently a coffee maker , and for being so unique, isn’t priced to badly really.

3 points

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2nd Jun 2017

This one’s about $67 on Amazon, assuming you’re States-side. A bit pricy, especially if you compare to your regular drip-carafe coffee machines like Mr. Cawfee or Blank and Deckart, which are like, $25 each.

But value is subjective. I’m certainly saving for one myself (prices in India are even crazier)

1 point

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15th Dec 2020

Ah, I See You’re a Man of Culture As Well

Ich war bisher zu geizig für einen Vollautomaten weil die French Press tut es auch und das Putzen ist super einfach…

Aber ich habe Mal mit dem Gedanken gespielt mir einen Kaffeezubereiter mit Siphon zuzulegen xD

https://www.amazon.de/dp/B000IKLQZK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_3im2Fb0SRRSM9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

1 point

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26th Nov 2020

Just answered a similar q:

Any chemist I know loves glassware. You can get her a syphon coffee maker! The concept behind how it works is more physics than chemistry, but what’s chemistry without physics! They’re super cool and they make great coffee. What would make it an especially unique gift imo is If you made one for her with a few pieces of glassware you can get on amazon/ebay, a round bottom, a buchner funnel, and some glass tubing is probably all you need.

Here’s a link to one on amazon for example: https://www.amazon.ca/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=siphon+coffee+maker&qid=1606367705&sprefix=siphon&sr=8-3

1 point

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18th May 2016

I have an electric blade grinder. It’s fine. For a french press, I use a medium grind so as not to extract too many tannins while brewing. For a drip I would use a fine grind as the water spends much less time in contact with the coffee.

Bonus: this is on my amazon wishlist. One day I will own this mad scientist’s contraption. http://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK?ie=UTF8&colid=1N4896UWL84D5&coliid=I2JZ3W1BDHU9TK&ref_=wl_it_dp_o_pd_S_ttl

1 point

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25th Apr 2016

Pretend for a moment that I’m kind of curious about siphon coffee makers. How do we feel about this one? Assuming it can make a decent cup of coffee, is there anything I should know about using such a device, coming from an AeroPress and assorted pourovers (Beehouse, V60, and Chemex, mostly)? What, if anything, would I need to purchase to go along with it if I buy one?

1 point

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5th Feb 2016

I have this one: http://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1454632288&sr=8-2&keywords=hario+syphon

This is definitely not autobrew, it requires a little bit of management and technique, but easily best cup of coffee I’ve had in a long time, if not ever. I’m not familiar with the Bonavita, I’m just not partial to auto-drip brewers, because I like control. So I would naturally prefer the Bonavita because I can tailor the brew to what I want, including adulterants (spices, liquor, sugar) in the brew carafe.

The siphon also has the bonus of being warm cocktail friendly.

1 point

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6th Apr 2015

The “fancy looking chemistry” coffee maker looks like a siphon coffee maker. Someone above mentioned the Hario kit, sold for around $76 on Amazon

No idea on the rest of the brushes and various mechanical implements.

1 point

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3rd Mar 2015

I’ve had coffee from a variant of this called the siphon:

http://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK

For me it makes the best cup of coffee among all the different brewing methods. I get a cup from the shop from time to time but don’t make it at home. There’s no way I could pull this off in the morning.

2 points

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5th Oct 2020
1 point

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15th Aug 2019

A Siphon brewer, one of many newly popular coffee brewing methods. I’m interested in trying it for tea as well.

Found it at Amazon for $72.50.

1 point

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24th Sep 2019

hmmm…. he COULD upgrade his grinder, a baratza virtuoso is a step up from his capresso infinity (that’s what i think that is), especially when it comes to espresso making.

there are things like custom tamps that you can get and get their name on it? I’m not familiar with the breville machine so not sure if the tamps you get actually work on the breville one, sometimes they are smaller.

other cool things include a siphon coffee machine, you would want to get a butane burner for it, i’m not from america so I don’t really know what people recommend of amazon lol but i’ll link something for reference:

https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Syphon-Coffee/dp/B000IKLQZK/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=siphon+coffee+hario&qid=1569350492&s=gateway&sr=8-2

https://www.amazon.com/Stainless-Tabletop-Outdoor-Butane-Burner/dp/B07WFDPMNJ/ref=sr_1_15?keywords=siphon+coffee+butane+burner&qid=1569350580&s=gateway&sr=8-15

or a kyoto style drip tower, which is for making iced drip coffee which is great and this is also somethign I would NEVER get myself (price and all) but would be awesome to have but be aware of the practicality of size and where to put it lol, note: it takes 5-6 hours to drip a few cups haha:

https://www.amazon.com/Yama-Glass-YAMCDM8SBK-Coffee-Technology/dp/B004EBUZ1A/ref=sr_1_15?keywords=kyoto+drip+tower&qid=1569350410&s=gateway&sr=8-15

https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Coffee-Water-Dripper-780ml/dp/B001807LZS/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=drip+tower&qid=1569350457&s=gateway&sr=8-10

btw, you are a great friend.

1 point

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2nd Aug 2020

Not sure if this matches what you’re looking for, but was it a siphon coffee maker similar to this?

https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Syphon-Coffee/dp/B000IKLQZK

1 point

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15th Dec 2018

The best coffee I ever made was Illy, brewed in a siphon. I have also used a French press and Chemex, but the siphon was notably better, and it involves notably more work and clean up.

https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-Syphon-Coffee-Maker/dp/B000IKLQZK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1544842119&sr=8-3&keywords=hario+siphon

1 point

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12th May 2017

You should look into getting a vacuum pot then! It’s fairly similar

1 point

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8th Dec 2016

I have been curios about this machine https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK. Have you ever used one of these?

I wonder if it really works when it comes to integrate the scent of the coffee inside the cup.

1 point

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27th May 2016
1 point

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19th Nov 2015

It’s a vacuum or siphon coffee maker similar to this one: http://www.amazon.com/Hario-Technica-5-Cup-Coffee-Syphon/dp/B000IKLQZK

1 point

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5th Dec 2014

Welcome to caffeine addiction.

I think next on my list is one of these syphon brewers. I tried it at a coffee shop and it’s a lot like a French press but better filtered.