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The XS Sights F8 Night Sights offer Glock pistol owners the opportunity to pick up their targets faster and easier than ever even in low-light conditions thanks to the company's innovative sight design. The F8 Night Sights are constructed with an easy-to-see front sight that provide users with a colored ring that's easy to pick up either day or night and makes it easy for shooters to focus on the front sight during rapid -fire strings. Sights available in green or orange colors Features tritium illumination Provides ledge rear sight for one-handed racking Figure 8 sight picture The XS Sights F8 Night Sights fit the following Glock p Mfg: Xs Sight Systems
Abernathy: I replaced my Mr Coffee 4-cup coffee maker with a Farberware 4-cup percolator. This unit is entirely stainless steel on the inside.Because the hot water does not touch aluminum, plastic or paper, the coffee flavor is terrific.There is slightly more work to clean the percolator, but I'll trade extra cleaning for better flavor any day.Since I discovered Folgers Simply Smooth blend, my only regret is not buying an 8-cup unit.A percolator, by the way, gets more flavor than a drip maker out of the same amount of coffee grounds.
Amazon Customer "amlbee": When my drip coffee maker bit the dust a month ago, I started sifting through the various styles, makes, sizes, etc. and the customer reviews for a replacement.My kitchen is almost minuscule and I cook A LOT and counter space is at a real premium. Most all the drip makers, of any capacity, are monsters in relation to the space I have to devote to coffee...But one of the reviews suggested that perk-coffee was better than drip (no paper filter to remove the lovely oils...makes perfect sense, NOW) and more economical since the perking process allows more time for the coffee and the water to be in contact...another no-brainer, right? Why not try, I thought; my mother used to make coffee in a percolator...Good move: Excellent coffee flavor and yes, I do use less of the expensive coffee I just love. Easy to use, MUCH smaller on my counter top and keeps the coffee really, really hot (which pleases my man-friend to no end, 'cause he uses cream with his coffee.)We are early risers, and I did initially miss the timer that is usually on the drip models. But I have to say that after using this pot for almost a month, if I set it up before I go to bed, plug it in on my way to taking out the dog in the morning, I have a perfect, full, really hot pot of coffee ready when I come back in (about eight minutes.)Small enough to keep on the counter, attractive in a sort of retro-way, easy to clean, sturdy and economical. Does it get too much better?Truly excellent. Recommend it highly.
Amazon Customer: After years of drinking not very hot and not very strong drip coffee I thought I would try a perc. OMG! Hot rich coffee! Plus its not some cheap plastic machine that is going to have to be replaced ever couple of years and it takes up so little counter space. I love it, get one!Update, after about 8 months the perc is still going strong. Since I make 8 cups every day (leftovers go into an iced coffee pitcher) the unit tends to need cleaning often. I use Brew-Rite about every two weeks. I do agree with some of the other reviewers that it is kind of hard to see the cup markers on the inside of the pot. The lid is hard to remove but I think that might be so it doesn't fly off while perking! Whether this lasts 2 years or 20 I do know it will last longer than the last five drip makers I have had with all their plastic parts and tubes. Since this is a one piece unit I take it with me when I travel and don't have to deal with the crappy drip makers at hotels or family.
anonymous: We've gone through two of these percolators in the past year. Each worked very well for a few months, and then problems with the heating element started. On the first unit, the element failed completely after six months, and on the second unit the failure was gradual and insidious. Our coffee gradually became weaker and cooler over a couple of months until one day I realized the pot was not heating the water properly.I note that the price is higher now that what we paid. Too many warranty claims Faberware?
Anonymous: I've owned my Farberware Perc for over 25 years. I have a second one I got an excellent deal on as a back-up. Yes they've both been repaired but they're still going strong.For the thermostat problem I'd suggest going to a suggested repair place that is in the folder with the pot and have the repairman show you how simple it is to do your own replacing. Then stock up on the parts needed. There seemed to be a streak/batches of bad thermostats that just didn't last long. The currant one has been in use for at least 5 years. There's another part in it that can go bad too, but I'm drawing a blank right now on what it's called.I love the ease of "perking" a pot of water with half a scoop of Oxyclean in it. Cleans up the pot in a flash and soooooo easy! Ours is in use constantly so fast and easy is the game when it's time to clean the pot. The clean pot makes the best tasting coffee. It gets pretty sad tasting when the pot is dirty.I have to edit the cleaning part. I just got "new and improved Oxyclean" and it's got a much larger scoop in it. So I have to suggest using 2 teaspoons or a tablespoon of Oxyclean to a pot of water. Still works just as well as I just cleaned my pot.