GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Percolator

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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Percolator -
If you need kitchenware that can take a beating and keep on heating, Glacier Stainless® is for you. The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Percolator is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel and built to last for years to come. The Glacier Stainless Percolator is rugged and user friendly with BPA-Free resin knob and heat-resistant, ergonomic silicone handle. Who wants coffee?


  • PercView knob made of BPA-Free resin


  • Dishwasher Safe
  • 3 cup 6.4 in. x 4 in. x 6.1 in.; 6 cup 8 in. x 4.9 in. x 6.4 in; 9 cup 8.8 in. x 5.1 in. x 7.7 in. 12 cup 9 in. x 5.9 in. x 8.6 in.
  • Heat-resistant silicone handle stays cool to the touch.
  • Corrosion-resistant, marine-grade stainless steel components and welds.
Nothing says camping like crawling out of the tent and throwing the GSI Glacier Stainless Percolator on the stove. This rugged java brewer features ultra-durable construction and a handy PercView knob that lets you know when it’s time to caffeinate. The heat-resistant silicone handle stays cool to the touch, and the whole package is dishwasher safe.
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12 Cup Percolator:2 lbs. 1 oz., 9 in. x 5.9 in. x 8.6 in.
3 Cup Percolator:14.3 oz., 6.4 in. x 4 in. x 6.1 in.
6 Cup Percolator:20.1 oz., 8 in. x 4.9 in. x 6.4 in.
9 Cup Percolator:25.0 oz., 8.8 in. x 5.1 in. x 7.7 in.
Material:Stainless Steel
Product Use:Destination Camping
Use:destination camping!
Weight:3 cup- 14 oz (397 g) 6 cup-1 lb 4 oz (567 g) 9 cup-1 Lb 8 oz (680 g) 12 cup- 2 lb 2 oz (964 g)
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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Percolator Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Newer is not better.....

Having had it with "Drip" disposalable coffee makers I decided to try a perk pot like I remember from my childhood. I'm a cranky old guy but I can only praise the quality of this outstanding coffee pot. Now what might initally seem a down side is that it takes time to make the coffee. On my stove to bring to boil: 15 minutes, then turned down to perk for another 15 minutes. So in the morning here is what I do: set the timer to 30 minutes and go do something appropriate to early morning rising, keeping an eye on the approaching 15 min. mark. Once we starting getting a boil as evidenced by perks in the clear knob I turn down the heat to what I've found gives me the right amount of gentle perks. I let the dogs in and feed them, make toast, let the cat out. Try to remember just what it was my wife told me to do....and the timer bell rings.
The more I make coffee in this wonderful pot the smoother the process becomes. And my stars the coffee is wonderful!!
There is nothing to fail or wear out on this pot or any place where dirt/gunk can lodge that you can't reach. Buy it once and you're done, no more throw-a-way coffee pots! If the electricity fails in a winter storm, no problem get out your camping stove and soon you will enjoy a great cup of coffee!
Oldy Moldy at Campmor on 01/01/2013

Great Coffee like Granpa made it

I am from the drip coffee generation - the generation sandwiched between the coffee perculator generation and the Starbucks generation (which has now become the French Press generation).

After trying perculated coffee from a stainless steel pot, I have to ask why we went away from perculator coffee in the first place, yes, yes, I understand all the theory about tannins and blah, blah, blah. However, last year, I was having coffee with my 80+ year old friend who made coffee for us in her 1960 vintage stainless chrome perculator coffee pot. (yes, she was making coffee in the days when WWII was raging). WOW, that was good coffee!

So, I bought the GSI stainless perculator. WOW this makes good coffee. I now think that passing the boiling coffee over the beans a few times actually pulls out more coffee taste and a more enjoyable range of flavor notes.

BTW, the stainless GSI coffee maker is better than the aluminum varieties. Aluminum coffee pots seem to change the coffee. So, stick with the stainless pots and gear.

You don't need filter paper either. The GSI perculator includes the internal filter hardware (metal) which does a surprisingly good job of keeping the grounds out of the coffee - use regular grind.

Try it. Surprise yourself and your friends with how good perculated coffee really is.

BTW, GSI quality is very good and their customer service is remarkable.
The Guiding Mike at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Morning Coffee

I have the nine cup one. I've had it for over ten years, it goes on at least two trips a year.

The glass knob I've kept stored inside in bubble wrap when not in use. It's held up.

I did loose the pin holding the lid on, on my first outing long long ago. Wire works, but the lid comes up easy during ligh brewing, for longer brewing (Stronger coffee) the lid needs held down.

I've only had one pot not have grounds in it. I wish the basket locked together somehow.

Otherwise it always makes a good pot of coffee, even with user error. (Remind other campers to keep handle away from flame, it can melt.)
Lil Eagle at Campmor on 08/08/2011

I really love this thing. Like really... I bought it for a camping trip late in the summer, and have been using it religiously ever since. It is very easy to clean, very easy to use, and makes a very tasty cup of brew. This lovely contraption has seen at least 5 lbs of coffee, and that is probably a low ball guesstimate. For the price and quality you get it would be a bad decision not to get this percolator. Sure there are espresso makers that are awesome, but this is a COFFEE maker and it kills it!!!

Greg Gavin at on 01/05/2012

I busted this out on a recent camping adventure and was extremely pleased with the results. It's really easy to use. There are little dashes inside the container showing lines for filling for either 4 or 6 cups at a time. The coffee was great though slightly on the weak side. I attributed this to the fact that I didn't let it do its things for quite long enough. Washing this beast is a breeze. All the pieces come apart for extremely easy cleaning and it is dishwasher safe which is always nice.

Casey Glaubman at on 08/07/2011

Better coffee than drip, however........

I hated drip coffee makers. You can't clean them properly and coffee is disgusting. This perk makes great coffee but nothing beats my conical maker. It makes excellent coffee. You need to spend extra for whole beans and grind them yourself. I don't perk anymore I use this pot to boil water. This is a very nice percolator. But 'Bety' on chat told me in caps that the knob was glass...WELL-IT'S NOT!
Rust Never Sleeps at Campmor on 06/06/2012

I've used this percolator about a dozen times now. The rubber handle is a key feature, to keep from burning your hands when the coffee is ready. Also a nice feature is that simple instructions are included, with how much coffee to add and how long to percolate. Cleanup is easy.

Peter Gram at on 05/08/2012

I love this coffee pot! It makes an excellent tasting coffee (after you figure out how long to let it percolate). Very well made, cleans up easily and the handle stays cool to the touch.

Dan Scotina at on 01/14/2011

Perfect cabin coffee percolator

Purchased as a gift to compliment one already in use. Easy to use and safe. Makes great coffee.
BAS at Campmor on 01/01/2012

Very sturdy

Great for camping that does not include a long hike in.
Big Dog at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Coffee percolator

Grounds were in the coffee nearly every perc. Could be a design flaw or that my coffee was too finely ground.
Lewman at Campmor on 04/04/2013