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GSI Outdoors Deluxe 8-Cup Percolator

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Deluxe 8-Cup Percolator

Brew up a mornin' cup of joe at the campsite or cabin with the GSI Outdoors Deluxe 8-Cup Percolator. With its durable enameled steel construction, it's ready for everything from mountain mornings at the lake house to weekend car-camping trips, and thanks to its 8-cup capacity you can ensure that the whole campsite is properly caffeinated for the day ahead.

  • A handy and durable percolator for the home or campsite
  • Enameled steel is tough enough for weekends in the woods
  • Capable of brewing up to 8 cups of coffee
  • Item #GSI005E

Material
enameled steel
Volume
8cup (1.2L)
Includes
percolator, insert
Dimensions
7.9 x 5.8 x 9in
Claimed Weight
1lb 5.3oz
Recommended Use
casual, weekend camping, winter camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Nice.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

As girly as this may sound, this percolator is pretty! I had a stainless steel percolator for camping prior to purchasing. This one does what it is supposed to do while looking great at the same time!

>Rating: 3

A little disappointed.

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

When I'm camping, I gotta have coffee. I'll take instant, french press, pour-over, or even cowboy coffee; but my preferred method is the good ol' percolator. SO I was very excited to pick this up and test it out in the field! However, first impressions left me a little concerned. The construction quality of the pot and it's components is just okay; everything fits together, but very loosely, and the coffee basket inside bounces around quite a bit more than I would like, causing things to come undone pretty easily. Upon brewing, and when pouring, the lid to the basket can come undone, causing ground to leak and spill into the main pot, and then BAM; you might as well just make cowboy coffee. You could probably tweak things a bit and bend some of the parts to hold together a little better; however I found an extremely well made percolator at a thrift store recently that has now become one of my most prized possessions, soooo it's highly unlikely that I'll be keeping this one. It looks great, but just doesn't work as well as I'd like it to.

>Rating: 5

I have an older colour...

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

But this is the first thing packed, and the first thing unpacked at the campsite! I do love coffee. Easy to use and makes a great brew. TIP: I use a normal coffee filter inside, just to reduce grinds. Fits on top of a rocket stove nicely.

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