(as of Aug 26,2021 04:47:17 UTC – Details)
One Button Simplicity
Simplify your coffee routine to the touch of a button. The Ratio Six’s Bloom, Brew, and Ready phases run in sequence, delivering a perfect (and easy) cup of coffee every time.
Deliciously Simulated Power
The Ratio Six simulates a skilled barista pourover process, precisely metering water flow through both the bloom and brew phases. All of the taste. None of the work.
Under the Hood
Utilizing the same die-cast aluminum heating element as the Ratio Eight, water flows evenly through the stainless steel shower head and over the grounds at the ideal extraction temperature.
Designed for Today
And tomorrow. We designed the Ratio Six for longevity with precision formed stainless steel, borosilicate glass, and high end BPA-free copolymers. Every inch is built to last.
Delicious Coffee. Simplified.
At Ratio, we believe everyone should be able to enjoy world-class coffee without the fuss. Which is why we build coffee machines for flavor, precision, simplicity, and beauty—no more and no less. We call it “convenience without compromise.” Our customers call it “I’m never buying another coffee maker again.”
Thanks to Ratio Six, the world’s best coffee is more accessible than ever.
Featuring unique materials and an innovative build process, the Ratio Six delivers an experience comparative to its older sibling at a leaner cost, slimmer profile, and lighter weight. All despite having the same brewing capacity (1.25 liters / 40 ounces) and powerful 1400 W heating element.
Less Thinking. Better Drinking.
Sometimes you just want a great cup of coffee without having to think about time, temperature, and other variables. Which is why Ratio has just one button and no complicated programming.
After the button is pressed, Ratio simulates a skilled barista pour over process: First, hot water is dispersed through a stainless steel spiral shower head across the grounds, causing a bubbly interaction called a “bloom.” The control board allows the bloom to settle before delivering the rest of the hot water slowly near the ideal temperature (200º). The result? More evenly extracted grounds and a more amazing cup of coffee.
The Ratio Six ships with a thermal carafe designed for flat-bottom basket coffee filters. Prefer a conical filter? You can also use the Ratio Eight Thermal Carafe or Glass Carafe with a Chemex paper filter or stainless steel reusable Ratio Kone. Both the Ratio Six and Eight have the same brewing capacity (1.25 liters / 40 ounces).
Ratio Six Coffee MakerRatio Six Thermal Carafe + Filter BasketLid for Filter Basket with Heat ShieldCatcher for Filter BasketRatio Microfiber TowelBasket Paper Filters – 4 sample filtersOperation guideRemoveable power cord
Ratio Six Details
Brews up to 40oz. (eight 5oz. cups)
Powerful 1400 watt/120 volt (230 volt releases mid 2020)
13.5″ deep x 6.75″ wide x 14.25″ tall
Thick, precision stamped stainless steel with a satin stainless steel finish
Laboratory grade handblown borosilicate glass
BPA-free copolymer water tank with water markings from 2 to 8 cups, with accuracy to within 1 ounce. The tank holds 44 ounces / 1.3 liters of water at the full mark.
Carafe holds flat bottom basket paper filters such as Melitta
Optimized Shower Head
Utilizing the same die-cast aluminum heating element as the Ratio Eight, water flows evenly through the stainless steel shower head and over the grounds at the ideal extraction temperature. Each hole in the shower head is precisely placed to maximize saturation of the coffee, leading to the best possible flavor.
Brew from 2 to 8 Cups
BPA-free copolymer water tank with water markings from 2 to 8 cups, with accuracy to within 1 ounce.
Cast and Stamped Stainless Steel
One of the biggest drawbacks to many current home coffee makers is the abundance of low-grade materials. We chose heavy duty precision stamped stainless steel for the body of the Six, and a beautiful cast stainless lid for the water tank.
The Six features a unique heat shield that completely surrounds the shower head during brewing, increasing the extraction of your coffee and giving you a hot mug of coffee. The coffee is typically just shy of 200 degrees F at the end of the brew cycle.