Ozark Trail Stainless Steel 8-Cup Coffee Pot

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  • Aluminum filter
  • Makes 8 cups of coffee
  • Durable
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    The durable Ozark Trail Stainless Steel Coffee Pot brews 8 full cups to get your day started off right, so you can enjoy your morning coffee even while camping. This little kettle can also come in handy if your electricity goes out. You can percolate a fresh cup of joe on a propane stove or on a cooking grate over a fire. This 8-cup coffee pot features an aluminum filter, so all you have to add is water and ground coffee.

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    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

    The durable Ozark Trail Stainless Steel Coffee Pot brews 8 full cups to get your day started off right, so you can enjoy your morning coffee even while camping. This little kettle can also come in handy if your electricity goes out. You can percolate a fresh cup of joe on a propane stove or on a cooking grate over a fire. This 8-cup coffee pot features an aluminum filter, so all you have to add is water and ground coffee.


    Ozark Trail Stainless Steel 8-Cup Coffee Pot:

    • Aluminum filter
    • Makes 8 cups of coffee
    • Durable outdoor coffee pot

    Specifications

    Color: Silver
    Condition: New
    Material: Stainless Steel
    Manufacturer Part Number: 11304
    Model: 11304
    Brand: Ozark Trail
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 13.39 x 6.89 x 10.24 IN
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    by rudolpha1 8/27/2012
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    • A. i did but it developed a leak along the bottom seam in the stainless steel and the water put out the gas burner while the propane kept escaping and was wasted. lesson-- always watch any stove-- even a trusted stove -- at all times!! and buy a better pot with no bottom seam.
      by abearwhocares5/15/2016
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    • A. No.
      by Goincampin8/2/2015
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    • A. I do and here is how i use it. I used 4 Tb's of coffee , when pot bubble out the spout, cut back heat give about 10 min's on medium heat. little longer for stronger coffee
      by veltalea12/10/2015
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    • A. The instruction sheet inside the pot says it can't be used on open wood fires. If that's your camp stove, then no.
      by Evaluator502/23/2016
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    • A. Yes.
      by An anonymous customer5/12/2013
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    • A. We used it on a camp stove and for that it was fine. But it was really cheap and broke after one use.
      by SWKingII10/1/2015
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    • A. it was set on a fire pit that had a grate on one side with a fire underneath one day and then the next day I used in on another grate that went over the fire pit that I bought form walmart as well.
      by joy2thwrld8/2/2015
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    Customer Reviews

    Customer Reviews | 62 reviews | 2.8 out of 5

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    62 reviews | 2.8 out of 5

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    Waited 4 review, ... Not good
    5/22/2016

    Customer review by Sofiatoscon

    2.0 stars 5/22/2016 by Sofiatoscon
    by Sofiatoscon

    I was in AWE when I purchased and received this coffee pot / perc... worked well, nice, all good for the first week and a half. UNFORTUNATELY... after only 16 days.. the BOTTOM fell out of the perc / coffee grinder holder. GOSH... how does THAT happen???? While I would have given this item a 5 star... after using in just 2 weeks and item interiors falling apart / breaking... I cant. I hope that the Manufacturer will do better, and let us have this great coffee perc pot do its job. Make the Interiors of the coffee Basket better. Thanks. That's why I give only 2 stars. Sorry.

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    Sofiatoscon
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Makes a great old fashioned percolator brew!
    3/22/2016

    Customer review by Terra

    4.0 stars 3/22/2016 by Terra
    by Terra

    I purchased this for $13, knowing the mixed reviews that I have read elsewhere and here on the internet. I figured I could always return it did not work properly. I'm on a somewhat tight budget right now and didn't want to pay $30 currently for an electric percolator. Plus I wanted something that could be used in the event of losing power due to a hurricane [I live in Florida]. I grew up watching my grandmother perc coffee as a young child. It always smelt so good. And I wanted to recapture those memories as well. I have never used a percolator so this has been a bit of a learning curve. The pot itself is a think stainless steel and can be dented easily. It's the nature of the make. If you want something thicker/more dent resistant you will have to spend more money. That said, unless you're playing football with the thing, or bang it against something there's really no reason for it to dent. Yes, you can see areas where it is sodded together. Again, nature of the make. I have read where it appears the guts of pot seem small for the pot itself, and I will concur that is true. The base of the percolator looks tiny down in the pot. The filter basket is supposed to hold up to 8 tablespoons of coffee since this is an 8 cup pot. However [see pictures], I brew 5 cups and it doesn't appear that there would be much room to have more coffee in the basket beyond that. You'd really have to pack it down a bit. That said, I actually used a paper towel like my grandmother always did, to help keep grounds out of the coffee [you'll need to use a quite coarse grind to avoid grounds in the coffee IF you don't use any filters.] As seen in my pictures, I put the paper towel in the basket, fill it with coffee and then fold over two portions to cover the grounds to help secure them in there. I then leave the other two portions hanging over the basket and it seems to make a tighter seal when the basket cover is on there. I add hot water to the kettle, put in the percolator, and then put on the stovetop over medium high heat. I bring it to a full rolling boil. When it starts to percolate I let it continue for a full 10 minutes on med. high. So far, I have made 4 pots and it has worked ever time. Things I've learned so far: 1.) I did about 7 cups one time, and the kettle splattered liquid out of the spout. To curb that [see picture] I actually just stuck a small piece of paper towel in the spout so it could catch liquid. I wasn't keen on cleaning it from my stovetop again! 2.) It's "old fashioned". If you're looking for a quick cup or pot of coffee, this is not for you. It's not a Keurig or Drip maker. It generally will take a good 15-20 minutes to get a good pot. 3.) IF you do happen to get some grounds in the pot. Just let the pot sit a couple of moments after you remove it from the heat and the grounds will settle to the bottom. 4.) The kettle keeps the coffee hot for a good 1/2 hour to 45 minutes AFTER being removed from the heat! 5.) Remember to use a pot holder to remove the kettle and pour. The metal is a heat conductor and you will get burned. All in all, it's a good little pot for an old fashioned brew. You can taste a difference between modern makers and this, in a delicious way! For the price, it is well worth it!

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    Terra
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    great value
    9/30/2014

    Customer review by sunshinelooker

    5.0 stars 9/30/2014 by sunshinelooker
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    NO GLASS TOP TO LOSE. Very STURDY BASKET WORKS. thank you

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    sunshinelooker
    Portland, Mi
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Gender:Female
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    6/26/2014

    Customer review by Robert1727

    5.0 stars 6/26/2014 by Robert1727
    by Robert1727

    The Ozark Trail coffee pot makes an excellent cup of coffee. I also take the strainer out and boil water and make tea with it. It's old fashion and you will need to clean it after being used and also use a towel or mitten when pouring, but it's well made and when properly used works great.

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    Robert1727
    Ellephant Butte, nm
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Ozark Trail Stainless Steel 8-Cup Coffee Pot
    5/2/2016

    Customer review by OutdoorAdventurer

    1.0 stars 5/2/2016 by OutdoorAdventurer
    by OutdoorAdventurer

    Bought in store for boiling water at camp. Used on a grate and direct fire impingement. The bottom feels of aluminum while the rest is stainless steel with cheap spot welds. The bottom is rolled to connect to the sides. This product will NOT last long. It's cheap and you will get what you pay for.

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    Would recommend to a friend? No
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