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With instant packets and fancy French presses, there are already more than a few ways to get your morning caffeine fix in camp. But just imagine the envy-inducing excitement your gas-powered Primus BrewFire Coffee Brewer will cause when the whole camp wakes to the smell of gourmet coffee.

  • Piezoelectric starter means you don't need matches or a lighter to get your brew hot
  • Insulated, stainless-steel coffee pot keeps your morning joe piping hot for hours
  • Can be used with Primus PowerGas or single-use Primus propane bottles

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How's this thing work in cold weather?

How's this thing work in cold weather?


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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I won this at my fishing/hunting club's raffle...if I hadn't thrashed the box, I would "re-gift" it after a week's use at our deer camp.

*Takes FOREVER to brew a smallish pot of coffee

*Needs batteries for it to work


Only redeemable quality is the cool factor of having a drip coffeemaker in your campsite--that lasts about 5 minutes. Get yourself a good large coffee press and come out way ahead!

Who would seriously buy this thing?

Who would seriously buy this thing?

I guess it depends on how much are you willing to pay for your morning coffee. I can think of much less expensive ways. I started using the coffee press for my Jetboil and it works great.

Well I am sure rich coffee lover car campers would, but there is a coleman version for a quarter of the price as well.