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Coleman 14 Cup Percolator
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- 14 cup capacity
- Stainless steel rim helps prevent chipping
- Super-stable wide base
- Double-coated enamel
- Dimensions: 9.5 x 8 x 6.5 in.
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Aside from me slightly bending the perc stem, the coffee percolator has performed flawlessly and has produced quality tasting coffee. The coffee easily loads into the coffee grind basket for perc-ing. Being a 14 cup perc, it out produces other 12 cup percs. The handle is large enough for a gloved hand or a pot holder to easily fit into so as to hold/pour the coffee. The item is very easy to clean, including removing and re-installing the glass knob and seal. Have not had a problem with chipping the enamel under normal use, which chipping can easily happen via abuse. Nor has the glass knob cracked or chipped, or any damage to the knob seal. Both the knob and seal are readily available at sporting goods stores should they need replacement.Read more ›
A lot of people swear by the french press too, but it seems like it's too easy to break the carafes which are expensive to replace. This has no moving parts, and with regular care is easy to use, clean, and keep in perfect order.
Pros: Piping hot. Rich, deep, yet smooth coffee. With the manual stove kind which this is, you control how strong you brew it based on how much coffee you put in and how long you perk; no moving parts to break; easy to take care of and clean; did I mention delicious coffee?
Cons: It takes more steps to make than drip coffee, but trust me, it's a labor of love. Totally worth it. Grind your own beans for the best flavor as well as a coarse grind which you'll need (to avoid getting fine grinds in the brew). The internal bits may seem a bit flimsy, but they really are fine just as they are. To clean the tube bit, I use 2 pipe cleaners twisted together. It works really well. The only other drawback is how long it takes to perk 14 cups of coffee, mainly because you have to heat all of that water. That's about it. It's really worth it when you taste the coffee though.
I recommend this percolator highly. It is pretty sturdy, makes delicious coffee, has no plastic parts to break or impart a strange taste to your brew, and you get to control how long you brew so you control the strength of your coffee. It's pretty much flawless.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice little pot. The emphasis is on "little" as the 14 cups are 4oz. cups which is a bit deceptive. I was hoping for an actual 14 cup pot. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a nice looking coffee pot and worked well for days. Then the glass top broke while percolating, no idea how.Published 19 days ago by Christopher Gibbons
I bought this for my husband for Christmas. Bought it so he can take it camping, he wanted to try it out on stove and the glass knob on lid cracked.Published 1 month ago by Sarracco
I always wanted one of these things to go camping with. It will be far more efficient to boil water with for dishes than the old nestled pots I used to use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bill Huff