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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Percolator

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    31 Reviews


    It’s time for the percolator.

    Nothing says camping like crawling out of the tent and throwing the GSI Glacier Stainless Percolator on the stove. This rugged java brewer features ultra-durable construction and a handy PercView knob that lets you know when it’s time to caffeinate. The heat-resistant silicone handle stays cool to the touch, and the whole package is dishwasher safe.
    • Item #GSI0130

    Tech Specs

    [kettle and percolator insert] stainless steel, [handle grip] silicone, [perc-view knob] resin
    [12 cup] 1.8 L, [9 cup] 1.3 L, [6 cup] 0.9 L, [3 cup] 0.4 L
    1 kettle, percolator insert
    [12 cup] 9 x 5.9 x 8.6 in, [9 cup] 8.8 x 5.1 x 7.7 in, [6 cup] 8 x 4.9 x 6.4 in, [3 cup] 6.4 x 4 x 6.1 in
    Claimed Weight
    [12 cup] 2 lb 1 oz, [9 cup] 1 lb 8 oz, [6 cup] 1 lb 4.04 oz, [3 cup] 14.3 oz
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    6 Cups of Camp Coffee

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used this 6 cup maker over the summer and fall and was worried it may not be enough since I think I drink a lot of coffee. I was wrong. The 6 cup maker is more than enough for two people. It's small and durable. Just be sure to use coarse ground coffee and don't let it percolate too long. It's easy to clean. The clear plastic percolator window may loosen up, so beware. Bending the steel lid a little may help with that. The handle is silicone and is never too hot to pour.

    camp coffee

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    one of the best camp percolators i've found. have been using it all summer and it's still in perfect condition. silicon handle can be used above a fire. came across this specific design in the 10th mountain division hut system in colorado, although they seemed decades old - should be a testament its quality.

    We're percolating!!!

      I've been using this for the past 2 years and it has held up very well! The 9-cup size is a decent size for 6-9 people with 1 cup serving each. I use this on a camping stove and sometimes on my pocket rocket. But I tell you, this beats instant coffee on any car camping occasion. There's really nothing like a fresh cup of coffee during morning camp vibes! This product is very durable and easy to clean. If your a coffee lover at home, this is the closest thing to a drip coffee maker that you have at home in my opinion.

      Great Little Pot But...

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was so excited to get this pot for fresh coffee out on the road. It has simple directions, it's easy to use and fun to watch great coffee perking. I even bought the filters for it!! It was all good! All except for when I had to chase down the clear plastic center piece that never seemed to stay in place. It looks like it should screw into the top as there is threading on it but it just goes in circles. After digging it out of the dirt one too many times, my industrious guy took a tool to it and knocked the metal about a bit to tighten it up. Beware and be watching for wherever that little piece might end up!!

      Works well

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I'm a coffee addict, but I go with a percolator for camping because it's less equipment intensive than everything you need for an Aeropress or pour over (no filters or separate kettle).

      I would note that if you're using fresh beans you don't have to grind them coarsely as the directions indicate. You can use fewer beans and grind them fairly fine. If they're fresh enough they'll expand when the water hits them and will not slip through the strainer holes.

      So many percs ;)

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

      Super easy to make coffee and clean up at your campsite. Makes very good coffee in one step. It sort of looks like you're going to have tons of coffee grounds in your cup b/c the basket appears to have wholes bigger than the fine grounds. BUT that was not a problem - the filter works. Yummy camp coffee!

      Solid Perc

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      In my opinion, the six cup is the way to go. Makes about three full size mugs of coffee and is small enough to heat over a smaller stove like an MSR pocket rocket without compromising the stability of the stove. I use it everyday in my house as well...equally capable and worthy in the kitchen. Can't beat it for the price and durability.

      Great Coffee Maker

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love good coffee. I have used several types of coffee makers while camping and have struggled with finding the best way to make coffee for my wife and I. Pour overs are too slow, expresso makers make too little. This works great. The 9 cup can make up to 4-6 mugs of coffee (depending on your "mug" size). Clean up is a little more involved, but the speed, volume and taste of the percolator is amazing. Just make sure you grind a little coarser than you typically would for a drip style.

      Good pot!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This pot is great for making coffee for the group. If using a normal coffee filter I suggest filling it to just below the 9 cup tick mark on the inside. I overfilled the first time and it ended up overflowing.

      Use 1 heaping spoonful of coffee for every 3 cups of coffee (adjusted depending on how strong you prefer your coffee)

      This stove-top pot also comes in a 12 cup...

      This stove-top pot also comes in a 12 cup version. Same straight sided style (not tapered like the 14 cup campfire version) but doesnt appear to be offered here. Any reason why? I have the 12 cupper and it is great for a group of 3-4 adults (or 2 SERIOUS coffe drinkers). I would like to get a few more, but again... not offered. Please help.

      Write your question here...When cooking...

      Write your question here...When cooking the coffee comes out from around the lid (not the spout). I filled to the water level----what am I doing wrong?

      Unanswered Question

      Would I be able to get the glass top? I've...

      Would I be able to get the glass top? I've broken mine.

      How long does it take after the percolation...

      How long does it take after the percolation starts, before it's "coffee"?

      Best Answer

      Making coffee with a percolator is a bit of a craft. It is totally dependent on the coffee, the amount you use, and how strong you like your coffee. Once it starts boiling, you just have to experiment to find the perfect combination.

      Your stove will play a part. If you have the ability to simmer with your stove it helps to lower the temp to avoid burning, but hot enough to keep the perk flowing. I tend to over perk my coffee because I don't want tea and there is something to be said about a strong taste of coffee in the middle of nowhere that makes me feel good! I didn't time it, but I think we were drinking coffee in less than 10 minutes using a dragonfly.