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Brew fresh coffee at the campsite with the Camping Coffee Maker, 10 Cup. The steel base fits over most 2- and 3-burner camp stoves for easy brewing while the large reservoir lets you to brew enough coffee for your crew. Just spoon coffee grounds into the removable swing-out filter basket, fill the reservoir with water, and place the coffee maker over your stove’s burner. Within minutes, the 10-cup glass carafe will fill with freshly brewed coffee to sip and savor in the outdoors. Can’t wait for that first cup? The pause and serve feature lets you pour some before the brewing is done.
Brew fresh coffee at the campsite with the Camping Coffee Maker, 10 Cup. The steel base fits over most 2- and 3-burner camp stoves for easy brewing while the large reservoir lets you to brew e[delete]ugh coffee for your crew. Just spoon coffee grounds into the removable swing-out filter basket, fill the reservoir with water, and place the coffee maker over your stove’s burner. Within minutes, the 10-cup glass carafe will fill with freshly brewed coffee to sip and savor in the outdoors. Can’t wait for that first cup? The pause and serve feature lets you pour some before the brewing is done.
Easily sets over a camp stove for drip-brewed coffee
Steel base fits on most traditional 2- or 3-burner camp stoves
Reservoir has a large opening for easy filling
Large glass carafe holds 10 cups of coffee
Removable swing-out basket fits 8-12 cup filters
Pause and serve feature allows you to pour a cup while brewing, [delete] mess
Easy pour decanter
Dimensions: 21.6 x 27.9 x 35.5 cm (8.5 x 11 x 14 in.)
Weight 6.6 lbs (3kg)
1-year limited warranty
Dimensions:Dimensions: 21.6 x 27.9 x 35.5 cm (8.5 x 11 x 14 in.)
Where to Buy
The following link will take you to a site outside of Coleman CA.
Rated 4 out of
Makes good coffee, here's a maintenance tipMy wife and I live off grid. We decided to try this out. It makes great coffee, and it does take a while to do it at 8,800 feet in altitude. It started to take even longer over time. That's when we noticed that the aluminum base plate had begun to warp. That plate is what acts as a heat shield/diffuser for the water tube underneath. To repair: turn it upside down (yes wait till it's cool) and remove the 10 screws. Take the base plate/heat diffuser off and lay it on something sorta soft (I use the wood deck outside). Then grab your trusty rubber mallet and make it all nice and flat again. Speeds up the coffee time appreciably. Just make sure to put it back the same way it came off.
Date published: 2018-09-21
Rated 4 out of
Great CoffeeMy buds and I have used this coffeemaker for over 10 years now and it never fails to produce a great cup of coffee. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is that you can't use it to keep the coffee hot after it has finished brewing. I wish Coleman made a carry case for it, as the box it came in is about wore out.
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 5 out of
I have never had a problemI have a coleman automatic drip coffee maker that I have had for 20 years. It still not only works Great. But I love. During storms when the power is out, I'm still having coffee. The trick is don't turn the fla.e up on high, and as soon. As the coffee is done brewing. Turn the flame down , you just want to keep the coffee hot, not boil it. My only complaint. I just bought a coleman camper and want to find a case to put my coffee pot in. Preferably one with storage for my battery operated grinder.
Date published: 2022-08-30
Rated 5 out of
LOVE this coffeemaker!!Bought this for our camp trailer & have used it for 3 years to replace a camping perk coffee pot. I've used it on both the trailer stove & a 2-burner camp stove outside. It produced great coffee on both! It doesn't boil over like my perking pot did. It needs to be cooked on high heat to take the least time. Word of warning though, the coffee is hotter than a household drip coffeemaker so if you pour it into an insulated travel mug or thermos it will be burn-your-mouth hot for quite awhile. I happen to love this aspect of it since I can cool my coffee easier than I can reheat it. I also leave it on very low if I'm not using a thermos or travel mug. I have cleaned it with vinegar as per instructions & it did improve the coffee flavor & removed water mineral build up. We use it a lot during camping season & it gets stored over the winter in the trailer. As for durability, it has taken a tumble out of the cabinet (rough roads) & only sustained a dent in the metal casing. We were lucky it landed how it did & we secure it better now but it still works like new. The filter part & water reservoir are heat-resistant plastic of some sort but we've never had any issues with it.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 4 out of
Slow at high altitude but otherwise goodWe have been using 2 of these in mammoth lakes altitude 9000ft for years. They need cleaning out regularly to keep at steady flow other wise the serve the purpose
Date published: 2017-11-02
Rated 1 out of
Coffeemaker FailCamping isn't camping without coffee in the morning and this looks like a great option but it's not. I buy Coleman products because I expect quality products that work great. This coffeemaker never worked right and IF I was able to produce coffee with it there was usually plenty of coffee splashed all over the camp-stove and lots of grounds in the pot.
Either I got a defective coffeemaker or this item is designed poorly. I hope this is product is discontinued; it is not up to Coleman's standards. After the last camping coffee fail this thing went in the garbage and I felt compelled to write a review.
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 5 out of
No problemI have had 2 of these for about 12 yrs maybe longer. Use at deer camp and when I go racing never a problem. I also leave heat on very low when perked to help coffee stay hot longer. Never had any problems.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 2 out of
Bottom melted on Coleman camp stoveI've had mine less than a year and noticed that it was taking longer to make coffee. We have only ever used it on my camp stove. The bottom melted out of it. Not sure how my camp stove could get that hot.