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Amazon.com has Coleman Camping Grill-Top Coffeemaker on sale for $29. Shipping is free. Thanks Rokket

Walmart.com also has Coleman Camping Grill-Top Coffeemaker on sale for $29. Select free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free w/ orders $35+.

Additionally, Jet.com has Coleman Camping Grill-Top Coffeemaker on sale for $29. Shipping is free w/ orders $35+.
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Amazon has the Coleman Camping Coffeemaker for $29 with free shipping.
https://www.amazon.com/Coleman-20...B001K7IDVU

Also available at Walmart for $29 with free store pick-up.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Colema...r/10299012

Per CCC, the Amazon "Best Price" was $28.72 in July 2013.

Compare to:
Kmart - $43.78
Cabela's - $49.99
Bass Pro Shops - $49.99
Wayfair - $53.99
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This thing is awful. I love my coffee and it has disappointed every time we've gone camping. Just bring a French press.
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Dumb question, but wouldn't an old-school percolator work better for camping? Something like this? https://www.amazon.com/GSI-Outdoo..._sim_468_3
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You're a phucking shill. Who in their right mind would use a plastic coffee maker to put over a campfire? This is a bad idea. Just boil the coffee in a steel camp pot, and pour it over filter paper. Better yet, just do a pour-over if you think a French press is too much. But this product is ridiculous.
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Real men have grounds in the bottom of their cups.
http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...0009PUQI2/
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This thing is awful. I love my coffee and it has disappointed every time we've gone camping. Just bring a French press.
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This thing is awful. I love my coffee and it has disappointed every time we've gone camping. Just bring a French press.
Not to discount your experience, but overall reviews are pretty favorable.
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Much easier and faster than a French press. In for one as nothing beats early morning camp coffee (Peet's preferred).
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I bought this on Aug 1, 2013 for $28.80
It works great when you are making coffee for a bunch of people when camping. If it was just me, a french press (not a glass one though) or a drip cone would work just fine. Too bad the case for this is almost the same price but it does keep it safe.
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Gsi makes a ultralight drip coffee maker... Why would anyone lug this thing around?
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Looks very bulky. Also carafe is glass
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Dumb question, but wouldn't an old-school percolator work better for camping? Something like this? https://www.amazon.com/GSI-Outdoo..._sim_468_3
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Aeropress is the way to go for camping and travel. Virtually indestructible, compact, portable, and easy. Just add grounds and hot water, after a minute you press and done.
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Aeropress is the way to go for camping and travel. Virtually indestructible, compact, portable, and easy. Just add grounds and hot water, after a minute you press and done.
Colman with Glass Carafe, bulky and plastic bits to get damaged for camping actually made me lol. And it is over $50 with the cover. You need the cover for real camping ... see glass carafe. Only advantage is good for 4-6 people worth of coffee.

Aeropress is the perfect camping, even back packing coffee maker. Super light and compact in a durable plastic tube and makes a great cup of coffee. Only drawback is it really only works for two people.

Personally, for a small amount of added bulk and a little heavier for car camping I go for a Bialetti 6-Cup Moka Pot
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Real men have grounds in the bottom of their cups.
http://www.amazon.com/Coleman-200...0009PUQI2/
Right on! I use percolator coffee filters to avoid grounds in my cup...
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This is the way to go!!!

TrulyAll Disposable Single Serve Pour-Over Coffee Drip Filter - Travel, Home, Office - Brew Your Favorite Coffee - No Coffee Maker Needed! (Pack of 50 Filters) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NBUACVS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_GeoqBb1QJM77Q

Sorry I can't get the link so you can just click on it. Copy and paste.
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