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My husband has to have his coffee in the morning and this gives us a great way to make it while camping. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Amy E. Riley
Bought it because I like coffee made in these old "Dripolators" and wanted to have a back up in case the electricity went out. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Old man and a dog
So flimsy and cheap. Made in Mexico. all inards are aluminum, top spout plastic, the thing that holds the lid onto pot is SO thin it came off at first very gentle hand washing. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Morgan Freeman
THE COFFEE POT IS OK FOR THE CAMPERS WHO DON'T CARE ABOUT ALUMINUM. FROM THE DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT THE POT WAS STEEL. AND PORCELANE,Published 12 days ago by DAVID L ENDERLE
The coffee pot it self is durable construction, How ever the inside coffee ground stand is cheap. Made of thin aluminum. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Craig
Pros, are the value and the size it is for the money mean lots of coffee or hot water while in field. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Ed Deupree
We recently bought an old 1950 Teardrop Camper and the main color in it is red so the Coleman Coffee Pot was a perfect fit. We love it and can't wait to try it out.Published 1 month ago by WENDY L. HOEM
Overall I like this percolator. It is pretty and works fine. The one big flaw is that the stem and basket are extremely flimsy and cheap. I don't imaginge it will last very long.Published 1 month ago by Julie Weatherbee
...but it sits on my girlfriend's stove top creating a rugged ambiance of "roughing it."
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