Medelco 8 Cup Glass Stovetop Percolator

August 11, 2014 - Comment

  The Medelco stovetop percolator is made from lab-high quality Borosilicate glass with a heat-tolerant handle designed to stay cool to the touch. This nice quality espresso pot can go from stovetop to tabletop to fridge without cracking. Dishwasher steady and stain resistant, the percolator comes full with a trivet to be used on coil

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The Medelco stovetop percolator is made from lab-high quality Borosilicate glass with a heat-tolerant handle designed to stay cool to the touch. This nice quality espresso pot can go from stovetop to tabletop to fridge without cracking. Dishwasher steady and stain resistant, the percolator comes full with a trivet to be used on coil electrical stoves.

Product Choices

  • Stovetop Percolator
  • eight-Cup Espresso Maker
  • Thermal-Shock Resistant
  • Created from Lab-high high Quality Borosilicate Glass
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Requirements

Comments

old man jon says:

Good but one BIG problem 0

C. S. Mclaren "Love, Music, Wine, and Revolution" says:

Not impressed. I was looking for a small coffeemaker that I could store under the counter. I wanted something small, easy to use, and easy to clean. I bought this percolator at K-mart for around ten dollars. I am now shopping for a new percolator because:- Glass is very thin, people get freaked out when I tell them I put it on the stove. It makes creaky sounds sometimes and I’m scared it’s going to burst on the stove one of these days.- The holes in the basket are large, so you have to use very coarse ground coffee. We buy our coffee pre-ground, and it is always too fine. It gets into the coffee, which bugs me a little.- It’s easy to clean, but otherwise awkward to use. Pulling the basket out is treacherous, and all the interior parts are plastic. I have burned myself pulling the basket out.- The inside parts are all plastic, and I’m uncomfortable putting plastics on the stove-top. I would prefer an all-glass solution, such as the Chemex carafe.So,…

Pat Veretto says:

Great! 0

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