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38 reviews | 2.8 out of 5
its a old school percolator for the stove keeps the coffee coming and is hard to mess up .. i don't plan to ever have a cabanit space waster as long as this keeps on working.
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.
NO GLASS TOP TO LOSE. Very STURDY BASKET WORKS.
works great, best coffee I ever had
There were several coffee pots at our camping trip and ours was the largest/nicest and worked great. I would highly recommend.
How can you fail at a coffee pot? The base inside is too small.. the water boils rapidly over a gas stove but the base is so small the water never rises in the stem, the water just boils around the bottom. The internal stem and basket appear to be designed for a different pot, but were brought over from a different production line. I have used percalator pots for forty years, it was not operator error.
I went to use it and it leaked from the bottom so I tried the second one I purchased at the same time and it was leaking at the bottom as well very poor quality.Should just throw all of them in the garbage instead of selling them for 13.00
This is big pot, holds 8 cups and is perfect for fresh coffee (coarse Ground or you will get small pieces of coffee in your cup) . It has a huge wide base for stability on a stove or single burner. Always be sure to clean it and air dry and do not boil it empty as that would ruin it.
It does what it says it's suppose to do. It makes coffee. My only criticism is that it takes longer to purc the coffee than a more expensive pot.
This has worked great while out camping, cannot go without my coffee in the mornings. Holes in the basket are the perfect size, let the water flow through without letting coffee grounds through without using a filter. Coffee tastes very good out of this. If you camp and like coffee would highly recommend this item.
This is a great coffee pot! It can also be used to heat water for any other drink! It is stinless steel, large bottom for perfect non-slip use, and, using the directions that came with it, excellent for a good cup of coffee! I would recommend to anyone.
I bought this item for emergency use (camping). I would not have purchased it for regular home use because the coffee grind holder is very light and is aluminum instead of stainless steel. I have not yet used the product.
got this for a camping trip and it took almost an hour for the water to start perking and it was right over the fire. the insides that hold the grounds and the stem are really flimsy and bend really easy as well. The lid is a joke as well because it doesn't fit right or stay together, so I turned it sideways a little so it would stay on. Next time I will invest in a different one from a different store.
Worked as expected. Item is not suggested to be used on direct fire but did end up putting it on direct fire with low flame. Worked fine but exterior did get smoked out a bit.
Does not work. Returned it for refund after first attempted use. Poor engineering design, I have used others that do work. However this one is junk.
Had it sitting in hot coals for 30+ minutes - could see that the water inside the pot was at a rolling boil, but there was no percolating save for literally a drip every 30 seconds. Pretty much non-functional for coffee. Would be fine if it was only sold as a hot water kettle - unfortunately that's not all I wanted it to do.
Nice pot,now if it would only percolate.
It simply does not work. Boiled water for 20 minutes, pretty much boiled it dry with no coffee. I will be returning it. My fault for purchasing less expensive coffee pot...
No matter how long it boiled it would not perculate. there are holes in the base of the inside works that will not let it perculate. I returned it. Had it worked I would have liked it, but I was learly about it having seams in the pot at the bottom, would think it would eventually leak. Very disappointed.
I haven't seen this little metal in a product since "made in Japan" cheap souvenirs at the '64-65 World's Fair.