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GSI Outdoors Enamelware Percolator

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  • Includes 8 Cup Percolator and Insert
  • Material Enambled Steel
  • Weight 21.3 Ounces
  • Kiln-hardened twice at 1400 degrees to stand up to scratches and chipping.
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Product Description

GSI Outdoors Enamelware 8 - Cup Percolator. Old - fashioned charm and campsite convenience in one sturdy package! The day has plenty of adventure in store for you... but you won't even THINK about hitting the trail before you have your coffee. This 8-Cup Percolator has what you need to help you get your engine started. Built from heavy-gauge steel for years and years of rugged, outdoor service, it's also been kiln-hardened twice at 1,400 degrees F to stand up to scratches and chipping. 3-ply construction maximizes heat distribution for even cooking. Completed with a classic speckled enamel finish in blue or red. State Color. Get yours today! GSI Outdoors Enamelware 8-Cup Percolator

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001Y8PT5I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,139 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Makes great coffee at camp!
Connie L Jones
The basket and the stem flex very easily, the plastic knob on top always wants to fall out, the cover's attachment to the pot is flimsy.
ShabamWow
If you do it every time, it will stay looking like new.
microjoe

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110 of 113 people found the following review helpful By microjoe TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 25, 2009
This pot is very sturdy, paint is high quality, strong handle, lid is attached so it won't fall out. Comes in blue or red. I have never had to replace a stove top percolator because it was broken, but have owned countless expensive drip coffeemakers. Breakable carafes, clock to reset, takes up counter-space, buttons to fuss with, filters to replace. My simple pot lasts years longer, and the clean-up and maintenance is simpler. Now you can buy paper filters for percolators, but I think that is a waste of money. Like a drip, there is a learning curve. This type of pot does not have a water marker for example. But there is a simple instruction sheet in the box. But for taste, I get a full bodied dark coffee, and I do not need to buy the high dollar coffee I used to buy to get the same robust flavor. My opinion anyway.

CONS: Many of the new percolator pots have strainer baskets that are really flimsy in design, including both the Coleman and the GSI brand. The real problem is the upright stem, it tilts over if you know what I mean. You can bend it back, but I worry it will break over time. If they improved the basket assembly with a heavier grade aluminum like they used to make, or a stainless steel basket, I think it would solve the problem. I replaced the upright stem and basket in my enamel pot with a sturdy one from a old pot I found at a yard sale. Next issue, on models with the glass dome, some folks can break them. They sell replacements in 2 sizes at Amazon.com for less than a pack of paper filters and they work fine. I wish it had the additional bail handle, it would make pouring easier.

TIPS: Wet the inside of the basket before you put grounds in, to help prevent grounds from going through the holes. Use a medium ground blend.
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83 of 85 people found the following review helpful By V.Bonczyk on July 28, 2009
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Let me get this out of the way right up front - I am NOT a religious coffee drinker. I drink it mostly when I want something to warm me up, not as a morning wakeup. I purchased this percolator to use when camping, partly for the above reason, and also because my fiancée will not go anywhere near the woods without certain amenities, morning coffee among them.

I also considered a French press style coffee maker, but decided on the percolator since a French press would require an additional pot in which to heat the water. The percolator apparatus can be easily removed from this coffee maker and used to heat water for tea, hot cocoa, ramen, dish water, etc... I chose this particular percolator because the red speckled enamelware matches the dish set I also purchased. It is also just the right size for us as it makes four standard coffee mug sized cups, which is just right for the two of us.

Fit and finish are excellent, as was the packaging. Just took it out of the box, washed it, and added it to the camping gear last weekend. Used it Sunday morning and had the best tasting coffee I have had in years. Granted, part of it could have been the location, but I was still able to drink it with only a small amount of powdered creamer and no sweetener, which is unheard of for me. The coffee used was some cheapo vacuum packed half-caff, Folgers or Maxwell House or the like.

No gripes or complaints, but if you haven't used a percolator before be aware that the basket for the grounds is not really a filter. i.e. you will get grounds into your coffee if you don't use separate disc-style filters. It's not bad enough for me to worry about it as the amount of grounds that spilled through was very minimal; just something to be aware of if you are picky about such things.

Bottom line, this is a very good coffee pot with excellent fit and finish, you won't be disappointed.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By G. Osmonson on September 1, 2009
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Worked great on our camping trip. My only complaint is that the clip that holds the lid onto the handle is very thin metal and bends easily - thus it's come off and I'm worried it will eventually break. The inside piece that hold the coffee grounds is made of the same thin metal and bends easily also - you have to be careful handling the bottom of the stand, so it won't break off and be unusable.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steveareeno on June 21, 2010
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After one weekend and three pots of coffee, the bracket holding the lid to the handle broke. The metal holding it is a VERY thin and bends almost as easy as solder. The basket and tube/base are made from the same material. For $28 you think they could have used a little more rigid metal, especially on the lid bracket since it is opened and close frequently. I am tempted to send it back.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ShabamWow on January 12, 2011
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This coffee pot just isn't very durable. The basket and the stem flex very easily, the plastic knob on top always wants to fall out, the cover's attachment to the pot is flimsy. Mine hasn't broken yet, but I just don't see it lasting very long. Do yourself a favor, spend a bit more money and get something that is built better. Coffee is too important to risk it on this. :)
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By M. Webb on June 18, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
The coffee pot was missing the percolator when we received it. Also, the plastic bubble on top wouldn't stay in place. It keeps coming loose and falling out. I plan to return this item. We found a very similar item at Wal-mart for $14, percolator included.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By CAHELLER on November 7, 2011
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Upon receipt of the blue enamel percolator coffee pot I discovered that it had a chip on the lid. When I contacted GSI Outdoors via email and requested a replacement lid they told me to contact the manufacturer, who is located in Mexico.

Would not purchase from GSI Outdoors in the future.
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