Coleman Camping Coffee Maker

  • Perfect for family camping weekends
  • Designed for use with 2 or 3 burner camp stoves
  • Can be used to brew up to 10 cups of drip coffee

Product Description
This Coleman Camping Coffee Maker has been designed for use with 2 or 3 burner camp stoves. It can be used to brew up to 10 cups of drip coffee or other hot beverages like tea or hot
There’s nothing like a hot cup of coffee on a sleepy outdoor morning, but camping French presses and drip filters can be messy and time consuming, especially if you’re camping with a group.

The Coleman camping coffeemaker sits atop a Coleman 2- or 3-burner stove. Enter the Coleman camping coffeemaker, which makes up to ten 6-ounce cups of coffee without requiring an electrical outlet. Instead, the Coleman coffeemaker sits atop a Coleman two- or three-burner camping stove, where it dr… More >>

Price: $38.88
Rating: 4.5 (15 reviews)

Coleman Camping Coffee Maker

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  1. This coffee maker will make you feel you are home. I use it with a two burner propane stove and after finding the spot where the carafe should sit (the handle must align with two dots market in the surface) is like brewing with a regular coffee maker. Furthermore I did buy it on sale 50% off regular price, at $22.00, I couldn’t get a percolator that good. This coffee maker will be perfect for a family camping, not so for backwood camping when you don’t need bulky stuff, and won’t have to worry of breaking the carafe.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. KingV911 says:

    I recently purchased this coffee maker for car camping/mountain biking trips around Wisconsin. I always wished I could have coffee on the mornings that I woke up at the campsite. Percolators do not work well (in my experience) so I had basically given up until I saw one of these at a sporting goods store. I did some review checking online and all I read was good reviews on this particular model (apparently some of the earlier models had some minor issues). It really does work great! I have been using it on my old 2-burner coleman camp stove (coleman fuel) that my dad gave me (it’s probably 30 years old). Contrary to what some people have said about it taking a long time to brew, some saying as much as 45 minutes, it took me about 10 minutes to brew a pot of coffee with cold water. I just cranked up the flame to high and it only took a couple mintutes for the water to heat up enough to start making it’s way up to the basket and start dripping into the pot. Makes coffee as good as your standard countertop-style coffee maker (slightly larger, maybe, because of the larger base) and practically works the same way. If you want coffee at the campsite I cannot imagine anything better than this.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. John Clark says:

    The first two times I tried to use it the coffee did not drip through the filter into the carafe. I finally realized that its “pause and serve lever” is not well designed. At least with my device, when the filter basket is opened and then closed, the “pause and serve” lever does not always line up with the the trap door under the filter basket. So even when the carafe was in place, the trap door was not opening to let the coffee through. Once I figured that out, it worked quite well.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. This is a great coffee maker its very slow compared to home but who cares it beats cowboy coffee. French press is good but for more than one or two people this is the winner. Takes about double the time my home brewer does and you have to watch it, letting it brew until dry will damage internal parts. Ive left it on for a minute or so too long and it was smoking a little and smelled like burning plasic, but it still works fine. Decanter (pot) is surprisingly tough ive knocked it around quite a bit and its still like new.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. J. Copeland says:

    Works great!!! Been perking coffee over a coleman stove for years and drinking grounds. If you have no electricity this is the way to go. Keeps coffee hot as long as the burner is on. The handle must be in the straight position or the steal a cup feature will cause it to over flow during the brewing process. It fits a coleman single burner stove like they are made for each other. Two thumbs up to coleman.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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