The stunning Ratio Eight Coffee Maker enables you to make perfect pour over style coffee with the touch of a button.
Finished in a crisp gloss white powder coat with dark walnut wood trim, the Ratio Eight in White combines precision brewing technique, top-quality construction, and a design that will elevate any environment. Designed for perfect partial batch brewing from 500ml to 1200ml, with a variable brewing algorithm to precisely mimic hand-made pour over coffee.
Ratio was founded to create a coffee making solution that married beauty, simplicity, and quality into a single experience. Each beautiful unit is hand assembled in the USA from cast metal, borosilicate glass, and real hardwoods. Take the guesswork out of your pour over technique and experience the same perfect brew time after time.
Engineered for Extraordinary Coffee
Ratio is smarter than your average coffee maker. Beneath the exterior is precise brewing science, automated. Ratio is equipped with a powerful heating element. Where lesser machines struggle to maintain the optimum temperature – brewing either too hot or too cold – Ratio delivers water at or near the optimum temperature of 200 degrees.
Gathering feedback from champion baristas and our customer base, Ratio have developed a machine that emulates a manual pour-over, fine-tuned to provide a sweet cup that lacks bitterness.
Hot water poured over fresh roasted coffee causes a bubbly interaction called a “bloom.” The control board of Ratio applies a bloom cycle that allows the bloom to settle down before delivering the rest of the hot water. The result? More evenly extracted grounds and a more amazing cup of coffee.
Less Thinking and Better Drinking
Sometimes you just want a great cup of coffee without having to think about time, temperature, and other variables. We agree, which is why Ratio has just one button and no complicated programming. The subtle white lights on the front of the machine will tell you what’s happening with the brew cycle, but you probably have better things to do like catch up on your morning read. Ratio won’t mind at all.
Whether a 1200ml carafe for the party or a 500ml cup for the road, both should be equally easy and delicious. That’s why we designed Ratio to automatically determine the amount of water you’ve added to the tank and adjust the brewing time accordingly.
You shouldn’t have to be a trained barista to make great coffee, and you shouldn’t have to be an engineer to clean your coffee maker. After brewing, simply rinse out the sturdy glass carafe with hot water, discard or compost the used paper filter, and you’re done. For deeper cleaning every other week or so, Ratio cleaning detergent will keep the water tank and carafe sparkling clean.
The Finest Materials
There are coffee machines that make great coffee and there are coffee machines that look great. Ratio is the first coffee machine that is truly both, combining form and function.
The materials chosen for the Ratio machine juxtapose the precision of high-tech with the irregularity of natural finishes. Precision die-cast aluminum bases with premium coatings are contrasted with figured hardwood.
Designed and assembled in Portland, Oregon, every Ratio machine is meticulously assembled by hand. While common appliances often have a built-in obsolescence and a life span of maybe 2-3 years, Ratio is designed to last.
- Ratio Eight Coffee Maker
- Handblown borosilicate Glass Carafe
- Silicone Heat Lid
- Ratio Wash – 1 bottle
- Ratio Micro fibre Towel
- Chemex Paper Filters – 4 sample filters
- Operation guide
- 220V three prong square type power socket and cord
- Brews up to 1200ml
- 5-year warranty
- Powerful 1600 watt/220 volt heating element
- Dimensions: 34cm deep x 23cm wide x 35cm tall
- Cantilevered top and base made of aerospace-grade die cast aluminium with a gloss powder coat finish
- BPA-free copolymer water tank, or upgrade to borosilicate glass
- Laboratory grade borosilicate water lines and carafe
- Carafe holds Chemex paper filters or Able Kone stainless steel filter
- Hand assembled in Portland, Oregon of custom imported components