Coleman 12 Cup Coffee Percolator Review

A few percolators in the marketplace now bridge the gap between the stovetop and the campfire in terms of style and function. The Coleman 12 Cup Coffee Percolator is one of them. How is it made up? For the listed price, one might think the Coleman 12 Cup Coffee Percolator is made of aluminium or a cheaper alloy. Thankfully it’s not since aluminium causes all sorts of health risks, including Alzheimer's. At least Coleman got that right when they used heavy grade steel as the primary read more..

Cuisinart PRC-12 Classic 12-Cup Percolator Review

Cuisinart is a good name for a lot of different products, but I honestly never considered the brand for coffee. Beggars can’t be choosers, though, and when the caffeine attack happens it’s time to get percolating. When the choice is between the Cuisinart PRC-12 Classic 12-Cup Stainless-Steel Percolator we were sent for review purposes and the instant coffee alternative, there really wasn't much arm twisting needed to get testing. Cuisinart has a good brand name in appliances so we read more..

Stansport Black Granite 12 Cup Percolator Coffee Pot Review

I think the Stansport Black Granite 12 Cup Percolator Coffee Pot is a great mid-range percolator for the budding or experienced outdoorsman. To let you know why I think this is the case I will have to relate to you a little of my personal experience. A few years ago I started yearning to relive my boyhood days of camping outdoors again. There’s something about the great outdoors: the fresh air and the smell of the forest that is almost primal that you can’t replicate in modern read more..

One All PK008 8-Cup Stovetop Glass Percolator Review

There is nothing like real, percolated coffee; the richness, the color, the strength. And at its current price point, the One All PK008 is a real steal. The style is similar to older model stovetop percolators, so it’s a nice retro addition to any kitchen without going too far. It only weighs two pounds and comes with a cute metal disc to heat up on a coil burner stove top, so be sure to take that out of the pot before brewing. It shouldn't affect the brewing cycle, but it might cause some read more..