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bhh

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Posted: 04/13/14 06:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have a small TT for the two of us. We're looking for a small coffee maker, preferably one without a glass carafe that might break.

This seems to be the top runner, even though we'd run one pot for the mugs and another if we want to fill a thermos for the road.

Anyone have another favorite? Simple, just plain black coffee and not too much of a space hog.

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We have been using a coffee maker with a glass carafe an never have broken it yet. Just place the carafe in a safe spot.


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My wife stopped drinking coffee due to her glaucoma. I still drink it don't use a coffee maker any more. I use this. . Works perfectly. Just put cone filter in it and your coffee for one cup. Place it on top of coffee cup and pour hot water over. You can heat water up on stove ,in microwave, or use an electric kettle.


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Keurig single cup maker. Every cup is the same. Easy to store.


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Keurig Mini-Plus. So much easier and great coffee. We like Donut House!

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The problem with electric coffee pots is you need electricity to make coffee. That's fine if you're always at a hookup or don't mind running the generator. I tried using a 12v coffee pot and running off the inverter, but one pot would take my batteries into the red, it only made two small cups and it took forever. I finally settled on an old style stove top percolator. The one I use is this one. The only downside is the clear percolator knob is cloudy and cracked, but the good news is the manufacturer is sending me a new one at no charge!

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x3 on the Keurig Mini. Wife drinks decaf, I drink regular and we always go to CGs with hook ups, so electricity is not a concern.

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http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/ite......../coleman-aluminum-9-cup-coffee-pot/23079

This is what we use, only ours is stainless steel instead of aluminum.
No need for electricity.


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I just use a mr coffee make with glass thingy. Been using it for years with no breakage. Don't like them single cup things. Make a bunch of cups once and be done.


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We use a plain old basic Mr Coffee machine that sells for about $15 at Walmart. We haven't broken the glass carafe in the nine years we've used it. When we don't have electric available, we just heat up a pan of water, open the top of the Mr Coffee, and pour it through the basket. Works perfectly. We use an "Airpot" style insulated carafe to store coffee for use during the day as desired.


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