Powered by Amazon WebStore, an Amazon Services ProductVisit Amazon.com
 

Search
Go

Shop by category
 
Best Sellers
Texsport Campfire Tripod
Texsport Campfire Tripod
$24.99
 
Email a friendView larger image

Our Price: $52.49
SKU:

2000003603

In Stock
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Only 1 left in stock, order soon!
Product Details:
Product Weight: 15.25 pounds
Package Length: 14.0 inches
Package Width: 11.25 inches
Package Height: 9.25 inches
Package Weight: 6.7 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 37 reviews
You may also like ...
Texsport Campfire Tripod
Texsport Campfire Tripod
$24.99
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 37 customer reviews )
Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers.


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 39 found the following review helpful:

5The best coffeemaker for those who love coffee outdoorsJul 11, 2006
By Daniel Rutkowski
This Coleman drip coffeemaker is the ultimate indulgence for those who love to make coffee outdoors. Why sacrifice the quality of your coffee on a camping trip? If you love camping and you love coffee, get this maker...forget any other method (unless, of course, you absolutely don't have the room such as when backpacking or you have electric available at your campsite).

This appliance looks to be made by Mr Coffee for Coleman because Mr Coffee carafes do fit (I've since learned the corporation that owns Coleman owns Mr Coffee). The machine uses round basket paper filters, and it's somewhat slower than a home unit, but it will make up to ten cups. One caution here: be sure to keep the handle on the carafe pointing straight out the front when brewing; if it's hanging out toward the side, the handle will get hot and it could melt if your burner is turned way up.

I've also used this coffeemaker on a gas range during a power outage and it worked just fine.

Love coffee...love life in the great outdoors...Coleman helps you get there. Enjoy!

18 of 18 found the following review helpful:

5The best coffee maker for those who love coffee outdoorsDec 12, 2005
By Daniel Rutkowski
This Coleman drip coffeemaker is the ultimate indulgence for those who love to make coffee outdoors. Why sacrifice the quality of your coffee on a camping trip? If you love camping and you love coffee, get this maker...forget any other method (unless, of course, you absolutely don't have the room such as when backpacking).

This appliance looks to be made by Mr Coffee for Coleman because Mr Coffee carafes do fit. The machine uses round basket paper filters, and it's somewhat slower than a home unit, but it will make up to ten cups. One caution here: be sure to keep the handle on the carafe pointing straight out the front when brewing; if it's hanging out toward the side, the handle will get hot and it could melt if your burner is turned way up.

I've also used this coffeemaker on a gas range during a power outage and it worked just fine.

Love coffee...love life in the great outdoors...Coleman helps you get there. Enjoy!

18 of 19 found the following review helpful:

5Must Have camping accessoryJan 12, 2007
By Amazon Customer
This coffee pot made a big hit with the adults on our Boy Scout troop campout in October. We actually had great tasting coffee in record time compared to our old camp percolator. We were actually able to make two pots in less time than it would have taken for one with the percolator. It was also great to heat water for hot chocolate and oatmeal! Not for a backpacking trip, however as it is pretty bulky. I will probably also purchase the cloth carrying case soon to keep it protected.

12 of 12 found the following review helpful:

4Coleman Camping CoffeemakerOct 14, 2008
By Roy Scribner
Coleman 5008C700T Camping Coffeemaker, Black I have been using the Coleman Camping Coffeemaker for several years, now. It has held-up well, despite the glass carafe, and does not look any different now than it did when I bought it.

The Coleman Coffeemaker works just like any home drip system, with several small differences;

1. It is slower - even with a hot camp stove, don't expect to be sipping a cup-of-joe in less than 15 minutes.

2. There is no visible gauge on the reservoir. You have to measure the water using the carafe, adding an extra cup to account for evaporation.

I have recommended the Coleman Coffeemaker to several friends, and they have also been happy with it. Note that it does take a fairly hot stove (~10,000 BTU) to work well, and the stove needs a nice wide surface for the coffeemaker to sit on; it will not work with a smaller round-burner stove.

8 of 8 found the following review helpful:

5Impressive! Great coffee!Jun 02, 2005
By M. Hollenbeck
All I can say is WOW. This things works awesome! The coffee is fantastic; tastes even better than my electric Bunn coffeemaker because the coffee brews slowly. The coffee maker works perfectly on my camping stove, and the valve is extra-nice; I can get a cup of coffee while it's still brewing. WAY better than spitting out coffee grounds and/or bad tasting coffee. Easy to use and clean-up. I highly recommend this product.

See all 37 customer reviews on Amazon.com
About Us   Contact Us
Privacy Policy
Web business powered by Amazon WebStore
Web business powered by Amazon WebStore