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Copco 4- to 8-Cup Polished Stainless Steel Stovetop Percolator, 1.5 Quart

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  • Clear BPA free lid knob shows percolating action
  • Dishwasher safe with easy-to-clean stainless steel filter basket
  • Comfortable hand grip for easy pouring
  • Durable polished stainless steel finish
  • Capacity: 4-6 cup
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Color Black/Silver Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless-Steel
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel stainless steel
Dimensions 7 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches 7 inches x 9.2 inches x 8.7 inches 6.7 inches x 7.1 inches x 4.8 inches 0 inches x 0 inches x 0 inches
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Copco Polished stainless stove top percolator. 4-8 cup capacity. Dripless spout and dishwasher safe with easy to clean stainless steel filter basket.

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Percolated coffee is an acquired taste, but for those who like it strong and black, this stovetop coffee pot is the way to go. The percolator's polished stainless steel exterior and stepped base give it a vintage look and its brewing methods are strictly old school; however, its construction is completely up to date. Water pours into the bottom of the pot and the pump tube with the filter basket goes in next. Coffee drinkers add their grinds to the filter basket and then place the cover over the basket. Once the lid is tightly secured, the percolator can be put on a gas or electric heat source for brewing. When the water boils, it travels up the pump tube and through the grounds and the familiar sloshing of brown liquid in the lid's transparent plastic knob signifies that percolation has begun. After about 5 to 7 minutes of percolating, coffee is ready for drinking. This pot brews about 4 to 8 cups of coffee and a handy water level indicator etched into the side ensures that brewers add the appropriate amount of water for their grinds. For safety, the plastic handle stays cool over a hot burner and the spout provides dripless pouring. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 7 inches
Item Weight 1.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Copco
ASIN B0009U5NEY
Item model number 2501-9907
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4.1 out of 5 stars 213 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #29,063 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#16 in Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Electric Coffee Percolators
#19 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Coffee Makers > Percolators
Date first available at Amazon.com April 1, 2005

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By Tim Patterson on December 24, 2007
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This is a great little coffee percolator, especially for the inexpensive price. For one person it makes more than I need, since the full "8 cups" comes out to about 4 normal mugs full.

I used the original plastic top for the first use, and it didn't seem to get too hot at all. Some mentioned the top melting in other reviews. Once the pot reaches a boil turn the heat down to medium, since it will still percolate there's no reason to boil on a red hot "high" burner (which may have caused the melting they mentioned).

Just in case I also purchased the replacement glass top (B0000CFM6K) advertised with the percolator here. It attached nice and tight, and works great too. I'm sure the inexpensive glass replacement top will last as long as the coffee pot.

Another great thing I noticed was that when I wet the basket, as recommended, before loading the coffee grinds no grinds ended up in the coffee at all. I thought there would be, but no grinds in any cups of coffee after a half dozen uses now. It's a great little percolator.

(I also added some photos to add to the stock image above so you can see the size of the pot, and a comparison of the stock plastic and replacement glass tops)

UPDATE 6/10/2015 - It has been almost a decade now, and both the percolator and replacement glass top have both held up and performed flawlessly. I could not be happier. One of the better purchases in my life, I lucked out. Highly recommended (if they still sell them).
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Percolators really are a forgotten gem. With good coffee, nothing beats them for good coffee at low cost. In a small kitchen, nothing is as space-efficient as a stovetop unit. This model is good, as far as it goes. It is attractive and works well, although I would prefer that the basket and base were a bit wider. As others have commented, the plastic dome really is an inexcusable shortcoming. Even with careful use, it will fail after a year or so. The inner surface etches to a white color. The threads strip. And the bottom edge may distort (apparently steam is hot enough to melt the plastic. ) They could have provided a glass dome for about 50 cents more and made a much better product. You can get a glass replacement, but with delivery it'll cost you nearly 8 bucks. Another shortcoming others have noted is the scrapingly sharp edges of the top and spout. They do seem to get smoother with use, however. One problem with this model is that the base is too narrow for all electric and many gas burners. It wastes energy and feels just a little unstable. The wider base of the otherwise similar Farberware Yosemite model makes it better on most stoves.
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We tend to have a lot of power outages in the winter, [we have a gas range] and we bought this coffee maker for that reason. We found the coffee so incredibly good, that we deep-sixed our electric coffee maker [an over-priced Cuisinart] and we now use the stove top percolator every day. What a difference between the two! Compared to the stove top, the Cuisinart made brown water! The stove top makes coffee like my grandmother use to make...coffee that tastes like coffee should!

Every coffee lover should try this percolator.....you'll never go back to the automatics!
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The metal is a nice weight, and the item is lovely in general. the plastic parts are, well, plastic (handle and perk top)- but it really does not detract from a well-made item. the coffee is wonderful and strong and tastes much better than in my previous electric plug-in type maker- since you can control the amount of time you let the coffee percolate, and i like strong coffee. i would definitely buy this item again, and recommend to friends. i don't use my electric coffee maker any more at all. the only negative is that it only makes 8, 6oz cups at a time, and for company, that's not much- about 4 mugs, no seconds.
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I have used one of these for years and found this one to be the best even when there were more choices available. It has become difficult to find one that works on the stovetop or any open fire without electricity. I read one of the reviews for the Arcosteel 18/10 Stainless Steel Percolator also sold on Amazon. The reviewer complained about the pot rusting. I have not had a problem with rusting with this one and I have lived on a boat on salt water. I did have a problem with the plastic top that I suspect everyone that has had one has. They can melt. Too bad they dont correct this. I found a generic one of glass that fits and works perfect. I lost the strainer that fits atop the basket years ago, while washing it in the ocean, and it still works fine. Let the pot sit for a minute after removing it from the fire and any grounds in the coffee will settle to the bottom. Even if you dont have beans especially ground for a percolater as I normally don't. I find the coffee to be richer and hotter than the electric type. You can vary the amount of grounds as well as the time to perk to get your desired strength. Dont forget it and let it boil dry or you will have to throw it away. I'm going to order a new one and keep my old one for backup before the electrostooges take over the world and we can no longer find one.
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