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Hamilton Beach Brands 40614 Coffee Percolator, Stainless Steel, 12-Cup,Pack of 1
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- Hot Flavorful Coffee Fast; Detachable Cord
- Gentle Keep Warm Heater; Coffee/Water-Level Viewing Window
- Cool-Touch Handle; Twist-Off Lid Locks in Place
- No-Drip Spout; Stainless Steel Permanent Filter Basket
- Ready-to-Serve Light Indicator; refer user guide below for better results
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Experience the taste of bold, flavorful coffee with the Hamilton Beach Stainless Steel 12 Cup Percolator.
Before single serve and automatic drip coffee makers, there was the percolator. Remember the perking sounds of freshly brewing coffee? Better yet, how about the bold, hot coffee it produced? Coffee brewed in the Hamilton Beach Stainless Steel 12 Cup Percolator is still just as satisfying, but takes a lot less time to brew than the percolators of old.
This attractive stainless steel percolator stays hot with a gentle keep warm heater. It also has a detachable cord for tabletop serving, cool touch handle and no drip spout for easy pouring.
It is designed with a convenient coffee/water level viewing window so you know exactly how much is left. The twist off lid locks in place and is made of glass so you can see your coffee brewing. A ready-to-serve light takes the guesswork out of when it’s done. The light indicates brewing is complete and keep hot mode has started.
- Detachable cord for tabletop serving and easy storage
- Coffee stays hot with gentle keep warm heater
- Coffee/water-level viewing window
- Cool-touch handle and no-drip spout for easy pouring
- Stainless steel permanent filter basket
Coffee and Dessert
Create a moment with a hot, flavorful cup of coffee made in the Hamilton Beach Stainless Steel 12 Cup Percolator. When entertaining or enjoying with dessert, the detachable cord makes it easy to bring to the table. The stylish stainless steel construction adds a classy element.
Make Coffee or Hot Water
The Hamilton Beach Stainless Steel 12 Cup Percolator isn’t just for coffee, it can heat water too. This hot water can be used for tea, hot cocoa or instant coffee. And like coffee, you can make anywhere from 2 to 12 cups. A water level for filling is located on the inside and a coffee/water-level viewing window is built into the handle so you’ll always know when it’s time to make more.
Hot, flavor-rich coffee made fast and easy.
Hamilton Beach Coffee Percolators brew the flavorful coffee that you've come to expect from our name, in less than a minute per cup. The ready-to-serve light tells you when your coffee's ready and an automatic keep warm function to hold your coffee at the right temperature.
Hamilton Beach Percolators have easy-to-read measurement markings and a detachable cord for ease and convenience. They also come with a permanent stainless steel filter basket that goes in the dishwasher for easy cleanup. Enjoy flavorful percolated coffee with the help of Hamilton Beach, the name that knows great coffee.
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Silver||Stainless Steel||Black/Stainless||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||6.02 x 10.16 x 11.42 in||6 x 10.3 x 13.8 in||9.25 x 6.25 x 12.25 in||8 x 8 x 15 in||6.3 x 9.25 x 12.24 in||10.55 x 5.28 x 12.6 in|
|Item Weight||2.9 lbs||1 lb||1 lb||1 lb||3.66 lbs||3.09 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||Metal||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
Hamilton Beach 40614 S/S 12Cup Twist Lid Percolator. Hot flavorful coffee fast Detachable cord for tabletop serving and easy storage Coffee stays hot with gentle keep warm heater Coffee/water-level viewing window Cool-touch handle Twist-off lid locks in place Stainless steel permanent filter basket Ready-to-serve light indicates coffee is ready and keep hot mode has begun.
Top customer reviews
The pot is one year old now and going strong! Works like it did when brand new so this is a good machine. :-)
Here it is 2017 and my pot is still going strong! About a year ago its perking habits began to change and I figured well here we go time to replace.....Now you fill it up and plug it in and it begins brewing and about halfway through the cycle the light turns green and it stops, then in about a minute the light turns blue and it starts perking again and completes the brewing cycle. Over time the glass tube showing the cups measure on the side stains, but filling the pot with water and bleach and an overnight soak fixes that. When it finally does give up the ghost I'll replace it with the same model, everybody compliments the style (it looks really cool sitting there) and it makes a great pot of coffee. This is the first "coffee maker" I've ever had that has lasted four years....and counting. :-)
Update: As I mentioned to someone else about the way to put the filters in, very few people drink the last inch of the coffee in a percolator because there will always be a few grounds, but my method minimizes the amount. Also, I have always measured one level teaspoon for every cup of coffee I make, either in a drip coffee maker or in a percolator. Then I add a couple more. It's because I don't like really strong coffee. So, if you're like me and filled it up to 10 cup line, you would put in about 12 level teaspoons of coffee. I started doing this when I was in the military because I was broke in my younger days. It saved me a lot of $ in coffee. So, if you like a really strong cup you might put 15 level teaspoons in for a 10 cup water line. OH and very very important: Also brew starting with cold water, or it will get confused. I've accidentally filled with hot water before after cleaning it out, and you get just clear water because it doesn't know to percolate. Hope this helps.
When I want to drink the last of the pot, I use one of those tea strainers that you use with loose tea. The ones with the very small screen. I pour the last bit through that to avoid any grounds that might've been at the bottom.
--Lynne @ Lynne Marie Studios, Inc.