Ratio Coffee Machine

Ratio is smarter than your average coffee maker.

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One of the biggest parts of brewing a great cup of coffee is consistency. I wonder if this will be the answer. Dial in your prefered taste and hit a button?
@hybrid_alex Thanks for posting Alex! Just subscribed to ibrewmyowncoffee.com, looks like a great idea.
Wow, did not expect to see the nearly $500 price tag.
@nikkielizdemere Yeah, tough to justify the price. I think a big part of getting into the slow brew coffee scene is to actually go through the process of brewing the coffee. Still very interested in the product, looks beautiful.
@hybrid_alex @nikkielizdemere Sure, and I love coffee, just don't think I love it that much.
@nikkielizdemere Love the design, seems the only functional difference compared to using a regular Chemex is automatic pour regulation.
@andrewrlin @nikkielizdemere I know this may sound like a pat answer, but I think when you see it in person you'll appreciate the quality and the heft of it. It's a machine, if you will. The Chemex is a beautiful, timeless, simple way to make coffee. We didn't think the Chemex had a lot of issues that needed resolving. We thought coffee makers needed a lot of issues resolving. Machines aren't for everyone, but if you're looking for a nice design that is built to high quality standards and makes great coffee with one button, we hope the Ratio Eight is that machine.
@mrhellweg Totally understand. I'm just out of your ideal customer range is all.
Yo, @mrhellweg jump in here! Also, here's the updated site (may be better to link to): http://ratiocoffee.com/
@delk Yep, that's definitely better... That @CliveCoffee page needs some lovin - fortunately a refresh launches next week.
Loved the video. My "coffee palate" is not sophisticated enough to appreciate this and, along with the price, it's not for me, but this is a visual delight. I am going to pass this along to a friend who is more sophisticated in all things coffee.