Coleman QuikPot Propane Coffee Maker Specs and Reviews
Portable propane coffee maker great for camping, hunting, tailgating, and moreInstaStart push-button ignition offers convenient matchless lightingPerfectFlow technology to brew consistently even in extreme conditions10-cup glass carafe and removable dishwasher-safe filter basketLasts up to 4.5 hours on one 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately)
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3 thoughts on “Coleman QuikPot Propane Coffee Maker Reviews”
My nickname on all camping trips is "The Breakfast Guy" and it is something I Love to do for my friends.The water would overflow the filter and basket leading to grounds in the cup – It uses quite a bit of fuel keeping the coffee warm.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.My only complaint is the little bracket to hold the propane bottle connector for storing is worthless.That coffee maker is painfully slow and had begun to fail due to lots of use.Many of us drink coffee in the morning, and my normal aluminum french press only takes care of one of us… So… I used this all week on 1 small tank of propane.I actually think several cups of water evaporate during the brew cycle adding to this problem.The reservoir doesn’t match up with the carafe, which is mildly annoying.I put it to the test last weekend on the back patio – just to run some water through it as they suggest for the first run, then some actual coffee.Which means it left the warehouse that way.I bought this for my wife who must have coffee daily.WENT DEER HUNTING WITH 2 FRIENDS AND A CUP OF COFFEE IN YOU BEFORE YOU GO OUT FOR THE DAY WAS GREAT.I purchased this from Amazon in summer of 2016 for camping use.Took it camping over weekend pot is horrible would not make a full pot of coffee.Do I make the wife happy and make breakfast first? Or, do I make myself happy and make my coffee first? Neither of us are the pleasant type when deprived of what we enjoy, so, I broke down and bought this one when I had enough $ saved to do so.It also rocks back and forth on that loop.It’s huge, awkward, clunky, ridiculous.I don’t think I will ever buy it again if this thing ever breaks This could be a 5 star review if Coleman used some common sense.Easy to transport in the extra-to-purchase carrying case, and the propane tank was easy to attach.
It works the same as the coffee maker at home except it uses propane not electric.I recommend really playing with it BEFORE you first use it Yeah not sad to see the old percolator go away at camp, no grounds to chew on now.This makes the best coffee at camp and works great.I like having the glass pot, as I can see how brewing is progressing.Just like home coffee.The build of the product is a little weak; the plastic bits occasionally snap loose or have to be jimmied into position.You have to pour in an additional 8oz of water to get 12 cups.As others have said, the metal near the burner has discolored.If you are in windy conditions you may want to setup some sort of wind block or the flame will not get the the system hot enough to brew coffee.When it does lite there is a decent size flame that burst from the bottom of the coffee maker.It was a fantastic gift, except the coffee pot that comes with it is glass.To be fair, dimensions and weight are stated in the product detail — that said, difficult for the average person to fully visualize.It would work well for a couple that is going camping, looking to wake up and relax with a cup of coffee.Amazon’s solution was for me to return the product and after they received and processed the return send me a replacement that included the case … instead of just sending me the case.The first 2 pots brewed fine. Took a while to brew even after the suggested clean.Just brewed my first pot on the Quikpot… could not have been easier! Just attach a propane tank, click the auto start and wait for your coffee.Makes a great ? lot of Joe and is hot! I purchased this for a friend who is a plumber and he uses it in his work truck, he loves it![/review3][review4] This is an attractive coffee maker but I was surprised that a small appliance used for camping has a glass carafe that would be easier and safer to use outdoors.
although you CANNOT leave it on after the water is finished in the tank or the plastic innards will melt.We use it with 20lb tanks at least once per month for over a year with zero issues.I was very pleased about the overall design with exception of discoloration on the vent holes of the burner.Works great.I got this because we camp with large groups and don’t want to fuss with small servings in French press and don’t want to be restricted to placement on a stove.The lid has a nice thumb tab.But be careful it gets coffee hotter than a normal coffee pot.Overall, great item to add to the camping gear.It’s a bit slow, but not terrible.My only complaint is the plastic tab that shuts off the drip when you take out the glass container: it falls off very easily.I’ve tried two and each one overflows the filter.I had to finally remove it so I didn;t have to sit there and try to hold down lever.Have used it several times and never had a problem.It was such a blessing.I was pleased with the stovetop model but wanted the stand alone model so that it would free up the stove.This was purchased to replace my French press and free a burner on my Coleman stove.