If you are adamant about having a good cup of joe every time, then a regular coffee maker won’t be good enough. Very likely, you will need to own a scale, a grinder, a french press, a pour over, and even a cold drip, in case you crave for a cold caffeinated beverage on a freaking hot day. That’s a lot of coffee-related gear to own and to top those off, you will need to be very conscientious when brewing because those things are not going tell you are doing wrong. But thanks to GINA Smart Coffee Instrument, you will never need to own that many gears, well, except maybe for the grinder, and you don’t have worry about brew gone wrong either.
GINA is sleek and while it may be minimalistic, it is always ready to produce serious artisanal coffee, be it pour-over, immersion, or cold drip – saving you the money and hassle of buying and stashing that many coffee making gears. It even has a built-in Bluetooth scale, powered by a rechargeable battery, integrated into its steel frame which will let you in on the weigh on-the-fly through the companion app. Not only does the app connects with the coffee-loving community, it also can, if you desire, guide your through the entire brewing process so you work of art will not go sour.
Other notables include a borosilicate glass carafe, a robust steel frame for stability, a ceramic funnel for optimal insulation, and a unique copper valve found only in GINA design to allow for adjustment of drop speed for the perfect flow. Not only the materials chosen serve practical purposes, they also gave the coffee maker a unique and striking look that beckons to be displayed. Seriously, if you care about the aesthetic as much as how your cup of joe tastes, GINA is what you want have.
If you are up for it, you can join the 600+ backers on Kickstarter in pre-ordering GINA Smart Coffee Instrument for $160-175. In case you are wondering, the campaign has 57 more days to go but it has already funded, well over its set goal of $50K. Though, it is worthy to note that delivery won’t happen until April 2017. Check out the product pitch video below.
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