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- Stovetop Percolator
- 8-Cup Coffee Maker
- Thermal-Shock Resistant
- Made from Lab-Quality Borosilicate Glass
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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The One All brand Glass Stovetop Coffee Percolator by Medelco is a great product for brewing coffee. The "Perk" is made of high quality Schott Duran borosilicate glass from Germany and a heat tolerant handle designed for use on all cooking surfaces. This "Perk" is a great, affordable option that enables you to brew your own coffee...even when the power is out!
8-Cup Glass Stovetop Coffee Percolator
- For use on gas or electric stovetops
- High quality Schott Duran borosilicate glass from Germany
- Stain resistant and dishwasher safe (top rack)
- Drip-free spout
- Assembled in the USA
- Includes metal heat diffusing trivet which must be used on electric range coils
- Product Dimensions: 7.4" x 5.5" x 7.3"
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|Color||Glass||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel||Multi||Aluminum|
|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 7.44 x 7.31 in||8.7 x 9.2 x 7 in||8 x 5 x 8 in||4.8 x 8 x 7.5 in||8.58 x 6.42 x 9.49 in||5.2 x 8.15 x 8.23 in|
|Item Weight||1.5 lbs||2.25 lbs||1.7 lbs||2 lbs||1.06 ounces||—|
|Material Type||Multi||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18/8 Steel||Multi||Aluminum|
The Medelco stovetop percolator is made from lab-quality Borosilicate glass with a heat-tolerant handle designed to stay cool to the touch. This high-quality coffee pot can go from stovetop to tabletop to fridge without cracking. Dishwasher safe and stain resistant, the percolator comes complete with a trivet to be used on coil electric stoves.
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Now making the coffee turns out to be a bit tricky. You cant let it start to boil or it makes the coffee bitter, but its a very small window between drip and full boil and many times I go over. It also takes a full 15 minutes to make a pot even if you use warm/hot water from the tap [which wastes water as you wait for it to warm up in the tap]. In frustration I have resorted to using a tea kettle to preheat the water. While I wait for the tea kettle to boil I put the medelco on the stove with an inch of water on the bottom [to temper the glass to the boiling water coming] and turn the heat up to medium on the burner. add the coffee grounds to the basket and set aside, by then the tea kettle is boiling which I pour into the medelco and add the basket and lid. Within 1-3 min the coffee is ready. total time around 6min. Its just easier this way to prevent the long wait and boilover.
end result is a nice cup of joe.
pros: nice to look at, makes good coffee, easy to clean
cons: glass is a bit worrisome for shattering, takes a long while to make coffee from cold water, very small window from percolation to full boil, coffee ground basket is starting to bend perhaps due to pouring in boiling water? many a burnt finger trying to get the basket out so i can pour, if you leave the basket in the coffee resoaks the grounds and leaks bitter coffee back into the pot, i end up using a pair of scissors to clasp the basket tip and pull it out that way.
will buy this again
It's almost a year and half since I got this pot and its still going strong. The included trivet has rusted, which makes a mess tho. I would recommend not getting it wet at all to prevent that from happening. I have a new element-less stove so I dont need the trivet anymore, yey! with proper use and tempering the glass using my above procedure I expect this pot will last for years to come. Lets just say, other pots broke within weeks or months and this one is still ticking.
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It's back to glass and metal.