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Open Country 5-Cup Percolator


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  • Compact, 5-cup percolator for coffee at home or on the road
  • Constructed of rust-resistant aluminum; percolator quickly transfers warmth from heat source to contents
  • Wire handles stay cool to the touch and fold in for easy storage; grind basket and pump remove for simple preparation and cleaning
  • Clean percolator inside and out with a mild cleanser to remove soot and debris
  • Percolator measures 6-1/2 by 5-1/4 by 5 inches; weighs 8 ounces; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

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Create coffee with rich and robust flavor miles away from the nearest espresso shop with this lightweight percolator from Nesco Open Country. This attractive percolator performs admirably, bubbling over a campfire or home stove and brews up to 5 cups of coffee for individuals or a small family. Constructed in durable aluminum, the rust- and dent-resistant percolator transfers warmth from heat source to contents in minutes. The percolator features an innovative, wire handle that folds in for compact storage while staying cool to the touch when hot coffee brews. A removable pump equipped with a tube assembly basket allows users to clean out grinds with ease. For care, clean the percolator with a mild detergent, making sure to regularly wipe soot residue off the exterior. The percolator measures 6-1/2 by 5-1/4 by 5 inches, and weighs 8 ounces. --Jessica Reuling

Product Description

Featuring a high quality, rustproof aluminum design and folding wire handles. This unit contains a removable pump with tube assembly and basket. It's rugged construction will give you years of enjoyment.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00028XQWY
  • Item model number: 5575-0088
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,164 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This product is made in the USA.
Mystery
More cool, the Solo Stove: Ultra Light Weight Wood Gas Backpacking Stove, Emergency Survival Stove, Wood Burning Camping Stovealso fits inside.
Some Guy who Hikes
Great coffee pot to have with you on your outdoor excursion.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sebago on November 22, 2011
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I have purchased this pot two times as of this date. I had to return the first one due to a small constant drip that leaked from the handle rivets. The leak was constant in that it leaked whether the pot was hot or cold. Besides being annoying, it created a bit of a mess while the pot was heating on the stove. Figuring I had bought a defective unit, I returned the leaky pot and bought a replacement pot. Unfortunately, the new pot leaks slowly from the pot's same handle rivet area. With this replacement pot, the leak only occurs when the pot is hot from heating on the stove (metal expansion?). Obviously, Open Country has some quality control issues with leaks originating from the pot's handle rivets. The handle needs to be redesigned so that leaks will not occur. I love the pot and its size, however, a pot holding hot liquids should NEVER leak... period!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Some Guy who Hikes on April 28, 2012
So, this seems like a simple standard aluminum pot.
However, it is EXACTLY the right size to hold the standard fuel canister for the small hiking burners (like thsUltralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove with Piezo Ignition 3.9oz!). In fact, the light burners will also fit into the pot. So this thing becomes a very inexpensive complete hiking cooking kit.
More cool, the Solo Stove: Ultra Light Weight Wood Gas Backpacking Stove, Emergency Survival Stove, Wood Burning Camping Stovealso fits inside. More versatility.
I don't know why the camping stores don't advertize this thing for what it does. Perhaps because it doesn't cost enough.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Fletcher on July 14, 2006
We bought this for a quick weekend trip. It's very handy and delivers in terms of durability over an open flame. It's a bit messy in terms of spurting water during the brewing process, so I wouldn't recommend it for the stove. All around - worth the $10.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RT on July 5, 2012
I bought this at an army surplus store for a little bit less. Have brewed 7 or 8 times so far. I chose this pot because I'm OCD about packing things into tight places. There is no "spout" to poke into other gear and the folding handle is nice (but will get hot over a flame). The innards are the same as you would find in any percolator.

Note: To those people with "leaks" in the handle rivets... use it few times and the rivets seem to seal shut. (Not sure if minerals are sealing the openings or the expansion/contraction does the trick but the leaks do seem to go away).

Just so you know, the thing is made of really thin aluminum. It's about as cheap as you can get and will dent easy. The lid is just crammed on - no notches or threads so it's a tight fit. If you want something better I'd recommend a GSI 6 cup stainless which is well crafted. That said this thing is really light and brews an excellent 1-2 cups once you get your personal measurement correct. (Hint: Start out with a high flame until you see liquid in the perk bulb. Then, turn the heat down so you get maybe 1 or 2 perks a second. Remove when you start to see the desired brew color).

I like this pot for when I'm out alone. It was cheap enough and packs nicely. I can't find another pot with these attributes. Deducting 1 star because it's overpriced here. (I paid $12 which is just about right I think).
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Smith on August 6, 2012
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The pot I received does not have the annoying slight leak that others have commented on. Not sure if that's just luck or if Open Country is improving their quality control.

I was looking for an inexpensive percolator that would be at home over a campfire but could also be used on a stovetop. I haven't tested it over a campfire, but so far I'm quite happy with this little percolator. It makes a good cup of coffee, it's lightweight, and it can easily double as a kettle for boiling water or cooking other food. It's thin aluminum, so I wouldn't want to cook oatmeal in it, but it's great for boiling water and making coffee. The handles do heat up a little, but a bandanna or dish towel easily solves that problem.

A few reviewers complained that it doesn't make 5 cups of coffee. It does. As a unit of measure, a cup of coffee is 6 oz. When I fill this to just above the lowest rivet it holds a touch over 30oz of water - five, 6 oz, cups. Don't expect 5 mugs of coffee though - most coffee mugs hold 12 oz so you'll get a couple of mugs plus an extra splash of coffee to refresh the cup. Great for one person or a morning cup for 2 people.

A couple of tips on making good coffee with this - it is not the same as drip brewed. Percolated makes a more robust cup of coffee. I don't mean boiled-till-black, I mean...robust. It extracts more flavor, and it's easy to extract too much of the acidity/bitterness. A little practice is all it takes. So here's what I do:

First thing, don't bother drinking the first couple of batches of coffee. Until it's broken in and seasoned, the aluminum can give the coffee an off flavor, just like a Moka pot. First I washed the pot and basket well with a sponge and dish detergent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By worrior75 on October 2, 2012
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I purchased this coffee pot for my hiking pack after reading online about someone else using it for their main cooking pot. I removed but kept the strainer, who knows I may actually make coffee in this someday. This pot holds enough for two People in the back country. I use it with a trangia stove in a mojo stand and a homemade windscreen. Everything fits inside, stove, stand, fuel bottle, pot scrubber, lighter, beverage mixes, everything, and it nests with gsi nform ultra light bowls on the outside bottom of the pot all slipped into a mesh bag I have what I think is the best heavy duty mountain kitchen for just a little over a pound. One of the best features is the small crease designed for pouring, this way I can pour boiling water on my oatmeal or soup mix or whatever. I highly recommend this very durable pot for hiking, hunting, picnics, etc.
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