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Stansport Outdoor 277 9 Cup Aluminum Camper-Feets Percolator Coffee Pot

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  • Made of durable, rustproof, high gloss Polished Aluminum
  • Percolator stem and basket included
  • Comes with top and side handles
  • Easy pour spout
  • Heats quickly
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Product Description

There's nothing like a piping hot cup of coffee after a night in the outdoors. Stansport's Camping Percolator is made of durable, rustproof, high gloss polished aluminum with top and side handles and an easy pour spout. Heats quickly and is easy to clean. Generous 9 cup capacity makes enough for you and your friends.

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  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001DC5HG6
  • Item model number: 277
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,234 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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83 of 83 people found the following review helpful By microjoe TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 24, 2010
This is the 9 cup model of this coffee pot, the manufacturer also sells a big 20 cup model hear at Amazon.
We regularly use a percolator outside on our firepit at home, and i have tried alot of models of my onw and friends. The straight upright shape of this particular pot makes it an easy pot to fit on the limited space of a campstove or RV camper stove. The company that made this pot mostly makes camping gear, and that is also why the handles are configured this way, for accessing the pot off a fire. It is very light in weight, being made of aluminum.

I prefer the stronger darker brew I get from a percolator, and have sworn off drip coffemakers for good. No more filters to buy, it does not have to live on my counter top like a coffee machine, to clock to set, no carafe to break, durable, and very easy to clean. If by chance you ever break a filter basket, you can get replacements and Amazon.com even sells replacement glass percolator tops if you do a search on them, but make sure you get the right size. If you don't like a few loose grounds in your brew, it helps to wet the inside of the filter basket before you put coffee in it. Some people will go so far as to put a paper filter in the basket, but I don't waste the money.
There are also percolators made of stainless steel if you want a look similar to this one, and there are some beautiful old fashioned enamelware pots sold at Amazon.com too. Aluminum does not rust, but it does dent easy. On the other hand it is light to pack. Enamelware chips, stainless is heavy, you decide.
If you do use this pot on a fire, I have a trick for you to keep the black soot off and make clean-up a breeze. Get a bit of wet soap suds on your hands or a wet SOS pad, then lather up the outside of the pot and let it dry. The soot goes over this dry layer and amazingly just wipes off when you wash it later. Overall this is a good value, very foolproof and I recommend.
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96 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Mike. R on July 1, 2013
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I just used this pot for a week on a wilderness camping trip, and I have to say that it makes a seriously good cup of coffee. However, you need to get a feel for how you use it. I also recommend getting some percolator filters since they will make the pot more forgiving, but they're not required (I bought some but lost them in a box and never used them). First things first. Make sure to make a couple of practic pots at home first. Don't even drink the first one since it will contain any oils from the manufacturing process. You'll likely also overcook the coffee, which will make it bitter.

Here is what worked best for us. Keep in mind that we like strong coffee, so you can adjust as needed. First, fill the pot up to the 9 cup line with decent water. The better the water, the better the coffee. I have to say the water out of the Merced River in Yosemite was outstanding. I didn't worry about bacteria because we were boiling the water. But I digress. Get course ground coffee. Not fine expresso grind, but a coarser grind that's less likely to fall through the holes in the basket. Dump coffee in the basket. We didn't measure, but you can if you want. We filled the basket up to about 1/8 of an inch of the rim...pretty much a full basket, give or take a little. Assemble pot and put on a consistent flame, like a camp stove. Oh, before you do this, flip out the little lifing ring on back so it's easy to grab later. You'll thank me. Turn on medium heat, then wait. We found that the pot started percolating in about 7-10 minutes depending on how cold our starting water was. Here's the secret: As soon as you get the first "perc", turn down the heat! If you keep the heat up, two things will happen. First, the violence of the boil will give you more grounds in the pot.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By c-bow on January 29, 2013
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I typically use this pot to make 4 or less cups of coffee but have used it at its 9 cup capacity (twice). I am satisfied with the quality of the pot and its components. It should be stated that this is my sole method of making coffee, I love the robust taste of percolated coffee. I brew using this pot 5 to 7 days per week.

As mentioned in previous reviews, the handles get very hot. This is a serious problem for the unprepared. I found that wine corks can be installed onto the handle for a safe, durable, and semi-permanent handle cover (see customer images at top of page). I leave the corks on when brewing and washing but they remove easily if needed. I gave this product 5 stars because it works for me and is a good value.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Clark on March 16, 2009
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This coffee pot works great. The only draw back is the lack of a side handle. The metal loop on the side works, but you need a hook of some kind to use it. It gets hot! I used pliars to hold it to pour coffee. Other than that, this is a great camping/emergency coffee pot.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Gromis on January 8, 2013
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Best coffee pot around. I had one before it lasted 15 years until the handle finally broke off. This is a excellent item for making perked coffee.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jack Mckechnie on April 7, 2009
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If your power goes out and you have to cook over a fire ( one of the best things to have is a cup of coffee). It's not that cheap camping stuff but actually a good little percolator coffee maker. It will make you feel 100% better about a crappy situation!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steven P. Duzan on April 15, 2012
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Metal parts bend pretty easy, but I knew that when I bought it.
Tested it out on my new propane camping stove and it worked great.
Turned it on high until the first "perc" and then put it on low until the color looked about right. Perfect pot of coffee.
By leaving the handle up, I could use it without a hotpad, however the "tipping" handle still required a glove or something. No problem, I'll figure out something.
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