Coleman coffee pot is too fast.

Coleman coffee pot comes from Coleman, a company that specializes in all sorts of camping gear. It is well known internationally for the quality of its products.

This also applies to the range of Coleman pots and percolators. All of their coffee machines are designed for use in and out of your home environment.

One of the design features that will draw attention to the Coleman coffee pot is the speed at which the coffee is brewed.

The Coleman coffee maker is able to brew coffee in a very short period of time. However, this also means that the Coleman coffee pot is exposed to the elements and the coffee starts to lose heat very quickly.


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This applies of course only to those Coleman coffee makers that are used in a camping environment. Other coffee pots such as the Cuisinart coffee pot would retain heat longer.

The cause of this is because the Coleman pot is a glass carafe coffee pot and its ability to function as an efficient camping coffee pot (in retaining heat) is limited because of this.

And Coleman does not offer a replacement coffee pot that has the thermal properties. Perhaps one should invite the designers who work at Coleman to a camping trip where they can experience firsthand the fruits of their labors.

They might then be convinced of the need to take a fresh look at the thermal properties of the Coleman pot.

One might want to consider a double glass coffee pot with a slightly better fitting lid which would go a long way towards keeping the freshly made coffee hot.

By the same token what ever designed changes take place should not have any effect on the Coleman coffee makers ability to brew coffee in a very short period of time.

One of the advantages of this coffee maker is that one does not have to wait for very long on cold mornings. The down side is that the coffee has to be consumed in a short time so that it can be enjoyed hot.

Does this mean one should not support Coleman pots and percolators? Not at all.

As long as one is aware of the current design features and their consequences for camping there is no reason why one should not invest in a Coleman coffee pot.


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