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You're comparing something that uses cloth filters (Drip pot) and paper filters(Chemex). What is better is entirely up to you, but cloth filters typically allow more oils through than paper filters.
Other person already confirmed, the V60 and Chemex are more easy to compare. I know you said you don't like the look of it aesthetically, but maybe the decanter would be more up your alley.
Thanks. Leaning towards this V60-02 setup. Seems like a good cheap option.
Having never done pourover, is it tough to do two cups at once? It seems I still need to maintain the same brewing time if doing multiple cups from what I've read.
I have a Chemex, ceramic v60, plastic melitta, aeropress, french press, and the Hario drip decanter. I use the drip decanter more than any of my other choices.
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I have a small coffee scale and a hand-powered ceramic burr grinder. I use a Hario V60 brewer for pour-overs and an Aeropress with a metal filter for an alternative to those. I've got a knockoff of the Zojirushi tea boiler and a Hario drip kettle.
The office machine is a dispenser that basically uses instant coffee. A lot of others have Keurig machines, but I prefer decent coffee. I use beans from my local roaster.