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Coleman 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker

Coleman 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker

Description

The Coleman 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker allows you to prepare your pick-me-up just like the home version by spooning the grounds into the removable filter basket and adding water.

Features

  • No Cords, Stove, Or Percolator Required
  • Operates On A Single Standard 16.4 oz Propane Cylinder
  • Glass Decanter
List Price
$119.99
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$101.15
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Details

To turn it on, just push the InstaStart™ Push-Button Ignition Button for matchless ignition for ten cups of coffee in 18 minutes. The PerfectFlow™ Regulator will keep a constant heat, no matter the conditions: cold weather, high altitudes or low fuel. One 16.4-oz. (494 g) propane cylinder will power the coffeemaker for up to 4.4 hours. This outdoor companion is perfect for camping and hunting trips or at construction sites.

Features:

  • Fantastic portable propane powered coffeemaker
  • Coleman® propane recommended, sold separately
  • Easy to start - simply push the InstaStart™ auto ignition button to get the coffee brewing
  • 4,500 BTU for effective heating
  • Delivers fresh brewed coffee in 18 minutes
  • Easy to use, just like coffemaker at home
  • Water reservoir cover opens, filter basket removes for easy cleaning
  • Perfect for the campsite, hunting, early kickoffs, or construction
  • Equipped with PerfectFlow™ regulator
  • PerfectFlow™ regulator provides consistent performance by producing a steady fuel stream, no matter the conditions
  • Runs up to 4.4 hours on one 16.4 oz. (494 g) propane cylinder
  • Maximum capacity is approximately 10 cups
  • Weighs approximately 9.6 lbs. (4.35 kg)
  • Dimensions: 7.5 in. x 12.6 in.x 15.8 in. (19.05 cm x 30.63 cm x 40.13 cm)
  • Use Carry Case #2000008033 (sold separately)
  • 3 year warranty
  • Made in China
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Coleman 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker 2000020942 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker
$101.15
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