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Percolators Quest 35200

Quest 35200

Percolator, 1100W, Capacity: 1.5 L, Capacity (cups): 7 Cups, Colour: Silver

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Three things to consider before buying a percolator

  • Electric percolator: The advantage of an electric percolator is that it is very easy to use and does not require you to monitor the brewing process. You merely supply coffee and water to the percolator, before switching it on and waiting for the brewing to finish. Many electric percolators have a keep warm function that turns on automatically when they finish brewing.

  • Stove-top percolator: A stove-top percolator is the most traditional. The advantage of this type is that they usually work for all types of heat sources, which makes them popular for those who enjoy camping.

How many cups of coffee do you want to brew at the same time? Percolators are available in many different sizes, ranging from the capacity of two cups up to really large models of 20–30 cups. Keep in mind that the larger the capacity of the percolator, the larger it is in size, which means that its portability and storage options become affected.

Stainless steel: If you’re looking for a percolator of the very highest quality, stainless steel is the way to go. The advantage of stainless steel is that it does not rust and is extremely durable. The material is also easy to maintain and clean. All these advantages also mean that stainless steel percolators are often the most expensive option.

Ceramic and enamel: For people looking for a percolator for stove-tops, a ceramic or enamel model is a good choice. The main advantage is that they are usually cheaper than stainless steel. Ceramics also retain heat very well. Bear in mind, however, that although it is a relatively durable material, it is sensitive to impact.

Aluminium: Aluminium perculators are often cheaper than steel or ceramic models. Another advantage is that aluminium is a very durable and light material. The material heats up and cools down quickly, which makes it a good choice of material if you are buying a really large percolator.

Glass: Glass is a slightly more unusual choice of material, and is definitely more suitable in the kitchen than on a camping trip. One reason for choosing a glass percolator is its attractive design, and the fact that you can monitor the brewing.

Want to learn more about how to best use a stove top percolator? Read this guide.

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