Coleman QuikPot Propane Coffee Maker

April 4, 2019 - Comment

The Coleman QuikPot Propane Coffee Maker lets you make a perfect cup of coffee while enjoying the outdoors. This portable coffee maker is designed to work just like your coffee maker at home. Simply spoon grounds into the removable filter basket, add water, and press the InstaStart push-button ignition for convenient matchless lighting. Delivering 4,500

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The Coleman QuikPot Propane Coffee Maker lets you make a perfect cup of coffee while enjoying the outdoors. This portable coffee maker is designed to work just like your coffee maker at home. Simply spoon grounds into the removable filter basket, add water, and press the InstaStart push-button ignition for convenient matchless lighting. Delivering 4,500 BTUs of cooking power, this camping coffee maker can prepare a pot of fresh-brewed coffee in about 18 minutes. The 10-cup glass carafe holds enough coffee for the whole family, while the Pause ‘n Serve feature lets you grab a cup before the brew cycle is finished. An integrated PerfectFlow regulator delivers constant heat, even if the weather is cold, fuel is low, or you are at a high altitude. Great for camping, hunting, tailgating, and more, the coffee maker lasts up to 4.5 hours on one 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately).

Product Features

  • Portable propane coffee maker great for camping, hunting, tailgating, and more
  • InstaStart push-button ignition offers convenient matchless lighting
  • PerfectFlow technology to brew consistently even in extreme conditions
  • 10-cup glass carafe and removable dishwasher-safe filter basket
  • Lasts up to 4.5 hours on one 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Coffee Maker – Allows Me to Set Up the Rest of Breakfast while the Coffee Brews!!!! Just brewed my first two pots of coffee with this wonderful coffee maker!! I love this thing and I’m so happy I bought it. My nickname on all camping trips is “The Breakfast Guy” and it is something I Love to do for my friends. I bought this coffee maker for several reasons: 1) I wanted to free up a burner normally devoted to making boiling water – you can never have enough burners 2) Loved the idea of being able to get the coffee going while I’m setting up for the…

Anonymous says:

Don’t go camping without it Much better than the previous camping Coleman coffee maker we had. We had the one that sits on top of the grill previously which was a constant battle not to melt the plastic filter holder flame high or low.. No worries with this one. Turn on the propane, hit the button, 20 minutes later amazing coffee.Brews much faster than the grill top. The unit itself gets a little hot so don’t sit your marshmallows next to it.Well worth the investment. Don’t go camping without it.The only con…

Anonymous says:

Slight design flaw but overall great coffee pot! CAUTION – HOT, HOT, HOT!!! Slight design flaw… the carafe holds up to 12 cups but the coffee pot’s reservoir only holds 8 cups worth of water so in order to brew a full glass carafe worth of coffee, you have to add an additional 4 cups of water to the reservoir after the brew cycle in order to make a full 12 cups. I actually think several cups of water evaporate during the brew cycle adding to this problem. It’s kind of frustrating having to babysit the pot during the brew cycle to add more water but other than that,…

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