Farberware PK8000SS 8-Cup Coffee Percolator

February 20, 2018 - Comment

Get the most taste out of every cup coffee with this Farber ware Percolator. The stainless steel coffee basket is designed to provide maximum extraction of coffee flavor from the grinds within minutes with its 1-cup/minute-brew speed. Enjoy a hot cup anytime of day because the automatic keep warm mode will keep the coffee hot

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:02 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Get the most taste out of every cup coffee with this Farber ware Percolator. The stainless steel coffee basket is designed to provide maximum extraction of coffee flavor from the grinds within minutes with its 1-cup/minute-brew speed. Enjoy a hot cup anytime of day because the automatic keep warm mode will keep the coffee hot to ensure a fresh cup every time.

Product Features

  • Stainless Steel Coffee Basket
  • 1-Cup/Minute-Brew Speed
  • Automatic Keep Warm Mode
  • Cool-Touch Handle, Lid Knob and Base
  • Detachable Power Cord

Comments

IrishCowboy says:

Well-made percolator….great cup of coffee. This is my first experience owning a percolating coffee maker. We’ve had traditional, plastic, top-drip style, coffeepots for years. I didn’t expect such a drastic improvement in taste. The bitter aftertaste I’ve grown accustomed to is gone. I don’t know if it’s the completely stainless steel interior or the percolating style of brewing, but I’m a believer. But, lest this turn into a debate of percolating vs. drip-style coffee makers, let’s move on to the pros and cons…

Jpatt says:

Chinese Junk Typical Chinese junk. These coffee pots used to be amazing when they were made in the USA (my dad still has his and it’s 30+ years old). This Chinese model only lasted 6 months and now won’t even boil water to perc. So many of these US companies are making the mistake of producing in China. May help their bottom line initially, but definitely not for the long run. Farberware lost me as a customer.

SunnyBrook says:

Doesn’t quite get 5 stars I’ve never owned a percolator so I relied heavily on reviews. I wanted a smaller one, and I wanted no plastic. I read that some of the percolators, although they might say they have a glass top, have a plastic one, and that these tops need replacing from time to time. I figured the stainless top would never need replacing, and some reviewers felt that Farberware was the best. I bought it to make an unconventional drink made with roasted barley. It turned out a “so-so” product…

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