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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

Ahh, a lazarette, a benefit of an older design!

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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

The manual pourover method using a kettle and a simple plastic or ceramic filter holder is easy and very suited for a boat. As with any other method, proper technique is important for good results. Lots of guides are available online.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

I make my coffee with a stovetop percolator and then pour it into a thermos. I bought the percolator for $15 at Walmart in the camping section. I have a stove but as bljones pointed out a stove make a lot more sense than a stand alone coffeemaker. Here is a relatively inexpensive solution for you Seaward Princess Portable Butane Cooktop It's a butane stove for $52.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

[quote Here is a relatively inexpensive solution for you Seaward Princess Portable Butane Cooktop It's a butane stove for $52.[/quote]

Wow ebs001, thanks for the tip!
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I use the Forespar MiniGalley both in the cockpit and down below. Double gimbled and coffee in 10 min
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

Heh, I chew the beans and spit.

Okay, really, I use instant coffee so I'm not a source of knowledge on what good coffee and I acknowledge that.

I'll just weigh in with the simple opinion that on a boat everything possible should be multipurpose.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

Well I clicked on this thread thinking I'd actually SEE the coffer maker..
anyways... here it is. Coleman - 10-Cup Portable Propane Coffeemaker with Stainless Steel Carafe

Target seems to have the best price on it.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

I use an Aeropress to make coffee on the boat. I can make a large mug of coffee in about 2 minutes, 3 minutes if I include grinding the beans.

They are very durable plastic, have the easiest cleanup of any coffee making device that I've ever seen, and take up very little space. All are important attributes on the boat.

If you do get that Coleman device I would only use it in the cockpit (not the cabin) and you'll need to figure out how to safely carry those little green propane cylinders. They are not safe to have inside the boat or on any part of the boat that drains into the bilge. They are known to leak quite readily.

I made a shelf that I use to carry them on the stern rail of my boat (it also carries the fuel can for my dinghy engine):


I'd argue that getting a stove on the boat is more useful than just a coffee maker. Plus drip coffee is terrible.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

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an inverter with enough horsepower to run a toaster and a coffee maker would seriously draw down your house battery with a quickness.

I agree with Mr. Wilson-a range and a percolator or a kettle makes more sense than a standalone coffeemaker. Cuz you know you're gonna want pancakes and bacon with your coffee out there on the hook, and that is an absolute biotch to make with a coffeemaker.
PLEASE STOP- I am STARVING here!!! Nevermind, how about omelets, with sausage gravy biscuits and hash browns!
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