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Stainless Steel Coffee Percolator

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Just add coffee, water and set on the stove. In no time you will have fresh brewed coffee the old-fashioned way.
  • 18/8 gauge stainless steel, including grounds basket
  • Stay cool silicone handle
  • See-through plastic perc-top
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Imported
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STAINLESS STEEL COFFEE PERCOLATOR DESCRIPTION
Instructions:
  1. Fill percolator w/ desired amount of water. Do NOT overfill pot. Water level must be below the basket.
  2. Fill basket with coffee.
  3. Insert basket, close lid, and heat.
  4. When coffee is seen "perking" in clear knob, watch carefully and remove from heat as soon as "perking" stops. Do not allow coffee to "perk" more than 3 mins.
CAUTION: Do not overfill percolator - do not allow percolator to dry boil. If percolator overflows, turn stove off and allow percolator and its contents to cool before handling.

3-cup: 6"H, 1 lb. Makes about two 8oz cups (16 fl oz).*
6-cup: 5-1/4"H, 1-1/4 lb. Makes about 3-1/2 8 oz cups (28 fl oz).*
9-cup: 7-1/2"H, 2 lb. Makes about six 8 oz cups (48 fl oz).*
12-cup: 8-1/2"H, 2-1/4 lb. Makes about eight 8oz cups (64 fl oz).*

*Everyone measures a cup of coffee differently. We included how many 8 oz cups of coffee the percolator will make.


Customer Reviews of Stainless Steel Coffee Percolator
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(6 reviews)
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- 9/16/2012
said: Michael Anceravige
"This is great! Easy to clean, makes enough coffee for the most avid coffee hound. Like it so much I named this "The Mighty Pot". Robust and won't be damaged easily."
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- 12/28/2011
said: margie k.
"I am very happy with this percolator. The only problem I have is that the knob keeps falling out so I will be ordering a glass one to see if it will be better. It's so easy to clean. I'm also going to order two of the drip coffee makers (one for our son & his wife) just to compare between the drip and the perc. Already I notice a difference between drinking from a plastic electric drip and the stainless steel pot."
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- 10/12/2011
said: Jeremiah
"My wife and I bought this percolator for two reasons. First, it was part of our efforts to be not so dependent on electricity. Second, we wanted to give the percolator a try over. Honestly, we are both very happy with it. It does take longer to make than a drip coffee maker, but in our opinion it is well worth the time. If you haven't used one before, I would do a quick google search to learn some tips. We are quite happy with our 12 cup percolator and have nothing but praises for the product."
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- 1/21/2010
said: NavaYah
"I already have a pot and my husband wanted one to take to work. We ordered it because of size and that it was stainless steel and not of toxic other metals like aluminum. I was a bit surprised at the lid flipping up, hadn't expected that. Guess the only real complain is that the edges are sharp on the inside parts. Glad that you offer healthier choices for us to purchase. Thank you"
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- 12/19/2011
said: margie
"I really like it. The only negative is the plastic knob on the lid keeps falling out - there is no way to lock it in. I'm going to replace it with a glass one and see if it does better. The coffee definitely tastes better than with the electric drip I had been using. And much easier to clean."
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- 7/1/2013
said: Stanley McFadden
"It makes great coffee and is durable and easy to clean. The only flaw is the plastic percolator top. It was tight when it first came but after using it for 3 weeks the plastic top has obviously shrunk because it falls out and will not tighten. Luckily I read the reviews and bought a glass top just in case. UPDATE: After using this for a while I have found another flaw. Once in a while it will stop perking and build up pressure then blow the lid up and spew coffee all over. Every time it has done it the stove was on low and no clogs were found in percolator base or tube. It doesn't happen very often but when it does it is unnerving. "
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