Posted Sun Mar 9, 2014, 1:52pm Subject: Ratio brewer ?
Saw the Ratio while looking around online. Stated that the first 500 units, due to ship May 2014, are sold out. Expect to ship next pre-orders in July. Cool looking brewer with big price tag BUT is handmade here in U.S. Nice that it senses the amount of water THEN adjusts the out-put. I like simplicity but for that price it would be nice to have temp adjustment option. $$ is too much for me and considering all, a Brazen or manual pour over gives you some more control---just my thoughts.
Ratio is a great looking brewer! Just curious.... anyone here ordered one of these?
Douloscott Senior Member Joined: 31 Mar 2008 Posts: 1 Location: Kirkland, WA Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Wed Mar 12, 2014, 8:45am Subject: Re: Ratio brewer ?
Yep. Can't wait to get it.
There was no way I could have afforded it, except I was moved from hourly to salaried in early December which forced me to cash out ALL of my 200+ hours of PTO. So with the one time influx of cash I thought, what the heck.
I look forward to playing with it and using it daily at work.
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