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Non-Electric Drip Coffee Maker

Item #1065425
9 reviews
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  • All-stainless steel
  • Requires no electricity
  • Quick, quiet and easy to use
  • No need for paper filters of any kind
  • Use on stovetop, woodstove or countertop, in your home kitchen, cabin or RV
  • Remove drip chamber and use pitcher alone to heat water
  • 11"H, 6"OD, 2 lb
  • Makes about eight 8 oz cups (64 fl oz)
  • China
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NON-ELECTRIC DRIP COFFEE MAKER DESCRIPTION
  • Fill perforated filter with desired amount of coffee and pour hot water into the top drip chamber
  • In several minutes, fresh coffee is ready to serve from the bottom pitcher
  • Makes about 8-8 oz cups
  • This coffee maker has a permanent filter with a lid that the coffee drips through as well as another set of holes, so there is no need to buy paper filters for it

NOTE: The instructions included with this coffee maker recommend using a coffee filter; this is optional. If you choose not to use a filter, you will get very small settlings in the bottom. It is personal preference to use with a filter or not, but it is not required.


Customer Reviews of Non-Electric Drip Coffee Maker
Product Rating: 4.4 out of 5.0(9 reviews)
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- 3/15/2013
said: Howard Bates
"This coffeepot is almost an exact duplicate of the one my mom and dad had in the 50's which was still in use when I came home on military leave in the 70's. It's like I remember, makes a great pot of coffee."
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- 2/27/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I add a heaping 1/2 cup of coarse ground beans to the stainless steel basket (no paper filter) and then add about 60 ounces of very warm water. Delicious and no BPA, bleaching agents from the paper filter, etc. So, so healthy and easy and low-cost in the long run. This will not wear out or break; my grandchildren will be inheriting this one day! Hurrah for no-tech and no plastic!"
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- 5/7/2011
said: CW
"Love this coffee maker, we used the drip kind for years and are delighted with the fresh flavor this pot creates. I am drinking more coffee than before, which may or may not be a good thing but I am happy with it."
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- 11/13/2010
said: Jennine
"After suffering for months with crunchy percolated coffee on our wood stove, I was so happy to receive this non-electric drip pot! No more "Mississippi Mud". No more worrying about bending or breaking the percolator basket or glass knob on the lid. This stainless steel pot is so much easier to use and clean. Fast enough to brew two batches back-to-back to fill our big thermos, which used to take nearly an hour with the perked coffee maker. Loved this so much I'm buying them as gifts for all my friends out here in the Alaska bush."
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- 11/5/2010
said: Amy
"This coffee maker is fantastic! The electric coffee makers in the stores are made from a porous type of plastic that seems to absorb old coffee smells. Eventually, it ruins the flavor of the coffee. The stainless steel is easy to wash and will last a lifetime. I was skeptical of this coffee maker when I received it as a gift, but now I am its biggest fan. I'll never have to buy another coffee pot for the rest of my life. 10 thumbs up! My coffee is delicious and I'm all hopped up on caffeine because I can't stop drinking it."
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- 9/23/2010
said: Russ
"I didn't know what to expect , but this Drip Coffee Maker works pretty nice . The hardest part about using it, is how much coffee grounds to use . That's normal with any coffee maker . The price seemed a little high , but I'm sure it'll be the last coffee maker I have to buy . That's worth it . Russ Wisconsin"
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- 1/20/2010
said: Cheryl
"Love my coffee pot! No more waiting for a slow eletric drip coffee maker. We have even taken it on a trip and made coffee in our room.Those small kitchens have small drip coffee makers and this was so much faster. I have purchased many drip coffee makers over the years but I think this will be the last one I have to buy for many years. Would highly recommend this to anyone. Well worth the money."
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- 2/26/2012
said: Jared
"The quality of this pot is top notch, and I would recommend to anybody seeking a new camp or cabin pot, a backup for when the power is out etc... I bought it in the hopes of using it as an every day pot, and I find it inconvenient. We usually have a tea kettle on the stove so it isn't a big deal to heat the water and pour it through, but after it drips, when you need to have a bowl or saucer to set the top half in.... Or else you can wash it right away before you have your first cup, OR let it drip on your counter, OR you can leave the top half in place to pour, but hang on to both halves, the top can fall off. It is generally shelved and I use my percolator. It's a well made pot, a good idea, and I do use it now and then. In retrospect, it is a rather expensive alternative to a good stainless percolator that, in my opinion, is a better option."
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- 8/8/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I am baffled at all the rave reviews, unless our pot is defective! First, this pot has no markings for the water level. I used drip pots for many years, and they were always embossed with the number of cups needed. Second, the water rushed through the pot in about twenty seconds, making a pot of undrinkable bilge. I was expecting a separate water reservoir and basket for the grounds, and was surprised to see them combined with the little perforated lid over the grounds. I think that is the point of failure. I'm hoping Lehman's will take this back; $90 is too much to pay for a non-functional item."
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