GSI Outdoors Enamelware Coffee Pot - 8 Servings of Coffee

Priced: $24.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Coffee Pot - 8 Servings of Coffee
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Brew-up fresh perked coffee in the cabin or at the camp with the attractive GSI Enamelware coffee pot.



  • Maximum quantity of coffee brewed is approximately equal to eight 5 fl. oz. servings of coffee
  • Thick-gauge steel is double-coated with high-gloss enamel for a lasting, easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe finish
  • BPA-free copolyester insert in the lid allows the brew master to observe the percolation and regulate how strong the brew is
  • GSI Enamelware coffee pot comes with an aluminum coffee basket
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Activity:Family & car camping
Dimensions:7.4 x 5.75 inches
Liquid capacity (L):1.18 liters
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):40 fluid ounces
Material:Enamel-coated steel
Weight:1 lb. 5 oz.

GSI Outdoors Enamelware Coffee Pot - 8 Servings of Coffee Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect for "Cowboy Coffee"

After some experimentation and frustration trying to percolate coffee, I ditched the percolator components and now use it strictly for cowboy coffee. I use the same coffee I use in my home drip coffee maker.
1. I Add cold water to the coffee pot using my coffee mug to measure the water. Ex. 3 cups of coffee, I pour 3 mugs worth of water into the pot.
2. Turn on the burner and bring the water up to simmer, approximately 200 degrees.
3. Once at simmer, reduce heat to LOW. Add 1 scoop of coffee for each cup and then one more half scoop.
4. "Brew" four minutes on LOW. It should be GENTLY bubbling.
5. Turn off the heat and let it cool for four minutes.
6. As the water cools, the grounds will sink to the bottom on their own.
7. Gently pour coffee into your cup from the pot and enjoy awesome coffee!
TNcamper at REI on 01/01/2012


Nothing tastes better than coffee brewed on the open fire in our campsite! This little pot was a big hit with not only the coffee drinkers but also with our hot cocoa fans! We have boiled water for tea, made instant coffee and used it to bring apple cider up to steaming! We have even used it to heat water for washing up after cooking. The pot is lightweight, easy to fill and also easy to pour from. No need to worry about placing it on the open fire. It took the heat, performed incredibly well and has become one of our "do not forget" items for camping!
The colorful blue brings back memories of camping trips from long ago, good friends, and laughter around the campsite.
Outdoor Maggie at REI on 10/10/2013

Simple, Great Coffee

Bought this for Car & Bike camping. It is not for backpacking. I like it because it does not require filters. Just water, coffee & about 15 minutes and delicious coffee! You will see and hear the percolation. Use this at home first. Course grinds are best and DO NOT use a filter, it will make a mess and you don't need it. This simple pot has replaced my electric coffee maker at home. If it came in a 2-5 cup size I would take it back packing, it's that good. Down might need a pot holder and I replaced the percolator knob with a glass one.
Foxraven at REI on 08/08/2013

Great coffee pot

I love to go backcountry but when I car camp, this coffee pot is great. The hinge on the lid is a bit flimsy, but the pot is fully functional even if it detaches. It's the only pot that I felt comfortable using directly over a fire. It has worked great on my coleman grill, on steel grate over fire and even directly in the fire. It will collect soot if place directly in the fire, but it will wash right off.

Great pot especially for the price.
Woutdoors at REI on 05/05/2011

The joys of perked coffee

Today's coffee machines have robbed many people of the pleasures of perked coffee. This pot makes plenty of it. I like this pot because the large bottom makes it stable and provides a lot of surface area to heat the water quickly. Study up on perking coffee before you use it because if you over cook, the coffee will be like motor oil. Most ground coffee now is too fine for percolators so grind your own or buy percolator coffee filters. They also make cleanup easier.
RBJones at REI on 10/10/2010

Great large capacity water boiler

The coffeepot is great for just boiling water for all your needs when car camping. It holds a good amount of water and water tends to cook quickly on the stove. The top has a piece that is supposed to keep it attached to the handle when you are not using it, but this piece is pretty useless and testy. It is not a necessary part.
Trace at REI on 09/09/2009

Amazing over an open fire!

Took this winter camping to use over an open fire. It worked great! We must have been boiling water almost non-stop for two hours as we used it to eat, drink and fill our nalgenes before bed. By the time we were done, it was almost completely black from the fire. But once I got it home and washed it, it looked just like new again.
Minnesota Photo Hound at REI on 03/03/2009

Great value!

Very easy to use and clean. Perfect for use on a portable propane grill. Only a few minutes to get the water boiling and the coffee is virtually done.
KBKJ Geocachers at REI on 07/07/2011


Easy to use. Design is the same as it was 20+ years ago. Works well to deliver an adequate cup of camping coffee.
DoctorJayhawk at REI on 10/10/2013

Negative Reviews:

A Big Mess

I bought this coffee pot to use for a weekend car-camping trip. It is very durable and I like the look of it. However, I put in on a Coleman camp stove and within a minute of boiling the water/coffee grinds started leaking all over the stove. The top is too flimsy to hold the water and allow the coffee to percolate. Overall this was a huge mess and made disappointing coffee. Would be great for warming water but not percolating coffee. Will be returning.
ckolin at REI on 07/07/2012