|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Item Weight||1.32 kg|
|Product Dimensions||22.5 x 18.49 x 27.51 cm|
Farberware 47053 Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 12-Cup Coffee Percolator, 12 Cup Coffee Maker, Silver
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- NO MESS: This stovetop coffee maker features a permanent percolator filter basket, so there’s no need to deal with a messy paper coffee filter.
- DURABLE AND CONVENIENT: Heavy-duty stainless steel coffee maker is polished to a mirror finish. The sturdy, clear glass knob lets you know when percolating begins.
- CLASSIC COFFEE MAKER: Make delicious coffee morning or evening with The Original 12-Cup Farberware Stovetop Percolator. Sleek and traditional look fits in with any kitchen decor.
- DISHWASHER SAFE: Fully immersible and dishwasher safe, the 10.83-inch percolator combines technology with the styling and quality Farberware has delivered for decades.
- PRODUCT DETAILS: Farberware Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 12-Cup Coffee Percolator, coffee maker with lid and sturdy clear glass knob, silver.
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Brewing coffee on the stovetop extracts a fuller, richer flavor, and this Farberware 47053 Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 12-Cup Coffee Percolator is ready to brew four to twelve cups of your favorite blends. The heavy-duty stainless steel is polished to a mirror finish for a classic touch and the sleek and traditional look fits in with any kitchen decor. A comfortable handle with iconic styling offers a confident grasp and is designed to provide a balanced grip while making coffee or pouring delicious French roasts or flavored coffee blends. A non-reactive coffee maker interior keeps water from absorbing any undesirable odors or tastes. And, with a permanent percolator filter basket, there's no need to deal with messy paper filters. A tight-fitting lid seals in heat and the sturdy, see-through glass knob lets you know when percolating begins and ends. Fully immersible and dishwasher safe, this percolator makes a great addition to any of the Farberware collections.
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So I decided to read some of the reviews here and then decide. Well after reading so many positive reviews, I decided I had to have one. Now all I needed to do was decide which one to order; the 8 cup or the 12 cup. The majority of the time, I am brewing a pot for just me. However on the weekends, I tend to make a bigger pot as my son will join me in drinking coffee. Reading through the description here I found where it states a cup is 4 oz. My Mr. Coffee manual has a cup as 5 oz. and I normally make 8 cups. So I did the math: 5 oz. x 8 = 40 oz. So 4 oz. x 10 = 40 oz. So I thought it best to order the 12 cup for a bit of room for the weekends. After using this pot a couple of times, I realized that I have a lot more coffee than my Mr. Coffee. So I decided to use an actual measuring cup to find out the truth. What I concluded is the Farberware cup is a 6 oz. cup and when I fill it to the 6 cup marking on the wall I have about 36 oz. for 6 cups. On the first few days I was making a bit more coffee than I normally do, and making it a bit too weak for me also. I measured the amount my favorite mug holds and it came to 12 oz. This pot when I make 6 cups will give me 3 good mugs of coffee. That is my intake for a normal morning of coffee.
I now fill to the 6 cup mark and add 6 good scoops (tablespoons) of my coffee. I have been adding a scant amount of salt to the basket as one reviewer suggested. She claims it helps to offset the acidity. I can't swear to that, but I can swear that after using this pot for a week now, I will not be going back. The coffee is the best tasting I have made in my house. The smell in the morning is oh so delightful. I will say the coffee I use never tasted this good in my Mr. Coffee. I have a couple of brands and all taste better in the Farberware. The only drawback is the time needed to make a pot. I am retired so it doesn't bother me. If you are a worker bee, you will probably not want to spend the extra time. My 6 cup brew takes about 9-10 minutes to start the perk (boil) cycle. I then turn the dial to 3 and set the timer for 7 minutes. I turn it to the lowest setting when the timer goes off. I normally wait a few minutes before I pour the first cup too. I leave my burner on warm.
I know this is getting lengthy but I also must say this; If you are like me, trying to decide between the 8 cup or the 12 cup, then here is a tip. If you read closely, you will notice the 8 cup comes with a plastic knob and the 12 cup comes with glass. I can attest to the 12 cup being glass. I can not attest to the 8 cup being plastic, however the descriptions validate my findings too. So if you decide to purchase the 8 cup and then buy the glass knob, you will be at the cost for the 12 cup pot anyway. Add to that if you compare the dimensions of the two closely, you will not find much of a size difference in the two pots. I would have chose the 8 cup if it had the glass knob.
I hope this reviews helps to clarify these points for others out there. I will close by saying that I am very happy with my Farberware 12 cup percolator. I have put a cover over the Mr. Coffee for now. I will not be going back to the weak and lukewarm drip coffee any time soon.
Signed; Spoiled in PA
Instead of packaging the fragile glass piece inside the percolator is was tight up against the inside of the box in just a plastic bag. Without any bubble wrap or any real protection. I wonder how often this happens? So Avoidable.
Otherwise looks well made.
Was really looking forward to using it this weekend as we have been without a coffee maker all week.
Used in the Kitchen for everyday Coffee making. Much preferred over an Electric model.
Can be used outdoors when there is a Power Outage.