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Inspired by traditional Graniteware, our Enamelware blends old-fashioned charm and functionality into one sturdy package. Built from heavy-gauge steel with a classic speckled enamel finish, every piece has been kiln-hardened twice at 1400° F to stand up to scratches and chipping. The three-ply construction maximizes heat distribution for even cooking and the bright stainless steel rim adds the perfect finishing touch to camp, cabin, RV or patio.
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.9 x 9 inches ; 1.6 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
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- ASIN: B0014A2AEY
- Item model number: 27154
Cutest coffee pot ever
I love my outdoor coffee percolator. It’s very cute (I got green), good quality, and works exactly like I expected. I dare you to drag your bottom out of a tent in the morning and not smile at this pot bubbling over the fire. It’s been used for over 2 years’ worth of camping trips and a little elbow grease is required to scrub it clean when it’s covered in soot. The outside is very sturdy, but the interior aluminum riser is kind of flimsy, along with the cover hinge, and I could see them breaking if you’re not careful, but I still really like it. My advice: use less coffee grinds than in a regular coffee pot.
Other than the glass knob on top, I love this little thing!
Wanted a nice green percolator for in the house and I love the color. I agree: you fill it to just below the spout and turn down the heat after the first perk and you will be golden. (On my electric stove I start with the burner at 10 and turn it down to 7.5, 8 after the first perk. Perfect.) My only complaint is the little glass knob on top; it doesn’t screw tightly to the lid. Frequently it jiggles loose and you can’t tighten it down very well … if you try, it basically just spins. That’s kind of a drag; that little glass knob is kind of critical in a percolator. Other than that, I was lucky (apparently!) that it came *with* the insert and without dents, it’s easy to clean and the color is so cheerful.
The perfect percolator
I searched for this lime green enameled percolator for 7 years at camping stores, I wish I had thought to get it from Amazon sooner! It makes fantastic coffee. And what’s better, I can have my coffee regardless of whether in have access to electric or not. It’s easy to clean, easy to use and I highly recommend it. The color is lovely too.
I’m happy with it.
This is a great percolator which I needed for camping. Brews great and is fairly easy to clean after campfire smoke exposure. The only negative I see is that metal clip that holds the lid on the handle. It’s very thin and easily bendable. I’ve considered coming up with something else (even stronger metal) to hold the lid on more effectively. Otherwise I think it was a good purchase!
Ok, I am not usually a purchaser of gear because of its fun color. But, this is not only practical, but the color is outstanding… and because most people don’t have green camp gear, it is easily identifiable if you are with a group. 8 cups is a little smaller than I for some reason pictured, it works good for 3 adults, if you have a bigger group, I’d go for the 12.
Really like this coffee pot
I’m giving this a high rating because one very nice feature that isn’t shown in the picture is that the lid is connected to the pot so that it does not fall off when you carry it on the backpack. This is a real plus because I use a backpack for my whole camp kitchen and just clamp the coffee pot onto the strap. I don’t think it’s quite 8 cups (we like big mugs) but there are only two of us so it works. As with any perk coffee maker you have to use a low fire once it starts percolating so that it does not boil over. So fill to just under the spout and lower the temperature after the first perk and you’ll be very happy with this pot.
Tasty coffee, but careful it doesn’t boil over the top
Looks just like picture and lid is secure to handle. Makes tasty coffee. One word of caution: I’m not sure if campers care about cleanliness like I do in my kitchen, but be careful not to walk away from your kitchen stove and let it boil onto your stovetop. Keep a sponge handy, or maybe not fill so high. I fill my water to just below the holes of the pouring spout. That’s pretty much where the bottom of the filter reaches.