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Cloth Filter for Hario Drip Pot

SKU# CPO850A0280

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Quick Overview

Preserve the flavor of your coffee-plus do a little good for the environment-with the handy, reusable cloth coffee filters for your Hario Drip Pot. These natural cloth filters are designed to ensure that the only ingredients you taste in each cup are the roast of the beans and the purity of the water. Hand wash for best results. Available in a pack of 3.
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Preserve the flavor of your coffee-plus do a little good for the environment-with the handy, reusable cloth coffee filters for your Hario Drip Pot. These natural cloth filters are designed to ensure that the only ingredients you taste in each cup are the roast of the beans and the purity of the water. Hand wash for best results. Available in a pack of 3.

Pros
  • Reusable - The nature of the cloth allows only the flavor to come through and none of the grit
Cons
  • Hand Wash After Use - These cloth filters require hand-washing after use
Ease of Use 5
Ease of Care and Maintenance 5
Overall Value for the Money 3
How Does it Compare?

These cloth filters from Hario are slightly more expensive than paper filters, but are quite environmentally friendly.

Tips and Tricks

Rinse well between uses and store wet in a plastic bag in the refrigerator to prevent coffee oxidization.

Depth 240ml: 0.25 inches | 480ml: 0.5 inches
Height 240ml: 5.25 inches | 480ml: 6.24 inches
Manufacturer Hario

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Cloth Filter for Hario Drip Pot
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A shopper asked: Can you use these cloth filters for Hario Drip Pot with the Hario ceramic V60 Coffee Dripper medium size? Sep 21, 2012
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Heidi R: I bought mine specifically for use with the hario woodneck system. They are designed for this brewing method and are threaded onto a round wire with a handle that sits atop the carafe.
That being said I tried using one in a V60 dripper and it works ok (it is too awkward with the wire mount). The are challenge, there is a risk of the filter collapsing. The other issue is with cleanup the filter is hot and again, without the wire mount with handle it is difficult to dump grounds. You have to wait until they cool. If you can live with those issues the coffee it produces was not bad.

I clean mine with hot water and a mild soap. Rinse and dry it completely before using again. Occasionally I use oxyclean and a thorough rinse to renew it to its original glory...
Nov 21, 2012
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Tayler M: Cloth filters would likely slow the extraction time on a ceramic v60. Filters for the v60 are somewhat porous, allowing more lipids and solubles into the cup. Using a cloth filter would maybe create a finer bodied coffee. Since the extraction would be slower, it could be closer to an immersion style - something between a clever and a Chemex is my guess. But finally, I think the cloth filters might be too small for a v60. I don't think I'd use them in this method, but it's possible if you want to get experimental. Nov 20, 2012
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Martin E: If I understand you correctly, you want to use these cloth filters in a V60 cone? It doesn't really work. They are only meant to be used with their woodneck drip pots. But the good news is that an American company manufactures a cotton filter made specifically for V60 cones (two sizes available). I ordered one, and it works perfectly. Nov 20, 2012
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June C: This cloth filter is designed specifically for the Woodneck drip pot. For best results I would go with the Hario paper filter. The filters are designed to fit with it's own dripper type to have the perfect contact for best results. Plus the paper filters are inexpensive.



Nov 20, 2012
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GRANT G: It is designed to have a metal ring with a handle attached to the top and it hangs freely, using it in a v60 would likely result in the whole thing collapsing. You could try it though, the size is about equal to the number 2 v60 Nov 20, 2012
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Jacqueline W: Yes, you can use the cloth filters for your Hario, although they seem a bit small. I would recommend the Kone , a metal filter that holds more coffee. For one cup at a time the cloth filter works fine. Nov 21, 2012
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John M: They wouldn't work well for that. They're a different shape than the V60. Hario used to make cloth V60 filters, actually maybe they still do but they are hard to find. Nov 20, 2012
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Teri KStaff: The larger of the two sizes of these cloth filters for the Hario Drip Pot do fit the medium, size 2 Hario V60 and can be used successfully. Sep 21, 2012
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Charles R: I don't know, and I'm not willing to waste the coffee to find out. The cloth filter works great when it's not surrounded by anything else. Nov 18, 2012
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Beth H. asked: How long do these last for? I was going to get a wood neck but am curious how long your meant to use a cloth filter before replacement Jun 12, 2014
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Jason L: Each filter should typically last at least a few months if used daily. A 3-pack should last about a year if well taken care of. You will start to notice discoloration and the cotton may fray a bit overtime. Filtering with the cloth vs paper filters, you'll notice coffee takes much longer to filter through the cloth - thus providing nice flavorful cups of coffee. Some say that you may notice filtration times to increase as the filter becomes less porous and that could also be an indicator to replace. Jun 12, 2014
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Michael M: Hello,

I do not know the maximal longevity of the cloth filters. I understand that the frequency of use determines the lifespan. Currently, I have been using one 2-3 times per week for nearly two months now and it is still fine.

I have tried several coffee-making techniques although I still consider myself to be a novicer but I believe that the Hario wood neck is capable of brewing an exceptional cup of coffee, smooth yet not robbed of complexity.
Jun 12, 2014
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Jamie F: I'd recommend switching out every 6 months under heavy use. Rinse with hot water after every use and place in a sealed container with water in the fridge. Never let it dry out or it will stink! Jun 12, 2014
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Phyllis R: I use one filter for two weeks which is the length of time it takes me to go through a pound of coffee. I simply rinse it out after each use. Jun 12, 2014
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Gary M asked: Is this the DFN-3 model? Jun 10, 2014
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Teri KStaff: The Hario Cloth Filters for the 1-2 cup size (or 240ml) drip pot list DFN-1 while the 3-4 cup size (480ml) list DFN-3. Jun 12, 2014
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John T asked: Will these filters fit properly in a Bonavita Porcelain Immersion Dripper? Aug 16, 2013
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Teri KStaff: The larger size 480ml Hario Cloth Drip Pot filters fit fairly well in the Bonavita V-Style #2 sized pour over dripper, but unfortunately they are too small for the Bonavita Immersion Dripper, which requires a #4 filter and is a bit too large for the cloth filter. Aug 21, 2013
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Warranty Information for the Cloth Filter for Hario Drip Pot

What it Covers:

Pour over coffee makers and grinders

Length: 1 Year
Who Supports the Warranty: Sungarden Tea
Warranty Contact Information: 626.202.0323
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No

Caring for the Cloth Filter for Hario Drip Pot

Techniques may vary. These filters can be reused to the level with which you are comfortable. After use, rinse in hot water until the filter is clear of coffee residue. May be stored in fresh, clean water in your refrigerator.

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