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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

"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. "

Suggest you find PVC pipe large enough ID to put them in. a cap, an adapter couple and threaded plug. secure it to a stanchion or other place on deck and it's safe, dry, and easy to acess.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

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I use the Forespar MiniGalley both in the cockpit and down below. Double gimbled and coffee in 10 min
I will have to check this out, it maybe be a better option.

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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

Stainless steel percolator on the cooker. Problem solved.
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Stainless steel percolator on the cooker. Problem solved.
What cooker? That is the problem.
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What cooker? That is the problem.
Get a one or two burner non-pressurized alcohol stove. Origo or Cookmate are the most commonly found brands. At first blush they seem bit pricey (particularly the Origo units), but in reality, if you add in all the safety equipment for a built-in propane stove (solenoid, dedicated locker, sniffer(s), et cetera, et cetera, et cetera), they're a bargain. AND, much safer than propane, butane, or the old pressurized alcohol stoves (no matter how many gizmos you add to the propane installation to keep things from going BOOM!).
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

Maybe this is the solution. All I want to do is heat up water or make coffee. I can live with starbux instant
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

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The swivel cooker could be a good solution, but I'd suggest going to any local Korean market and picking up a $20-25 single burner butane stove. Which should come in a plastic storage case. The cans of butane are cheap, the stoves work wonderfully, and you can use any perc or teapot or whatever on them. Yes, someone will now warn you about using butane and blowing up your boat but the cannisters and stove are small enough that safe storage should not be a major issue. If you just daysail, of course you can always take it home off the boat, they're not big or heavy.
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The actual "user review" seems OK. Let us know how it works.
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Re: Coleman Propane coffee maker

The butane stove looks like a good idea. I am really not worried about storing the canisters. I keep stuff like that in my dock box.
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The butane stove looks like a good idea. I am really not worried about storing the canisters. I keep stuff like that in my dock box.
Butane canisters are pretty flimsy...and one pin-hole in one of them could fill the bilge of your boat with an explosive cocktail of hydrocarbon and oxygen.
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