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KEEN Women S Elsa IV Sneaker 8 Red Plaid Black
The KEEN Women's Elsa IV Sneaker is a canvas shoe for the urban run around. Skip along the city streets arm in arm with your besties. Farmer's market to window shopping do it all with coffee in hand and comfort on your feet. The direct-attach Midsole delivers cushioning that just won't stop and the canvas Upper breathes all day long. Finished off with a trusty rubber Outsole you'll enjoy a non-slip grip on sidewalks to tiled floorings. Features of the KEEN Women's Elsa IV Sneaker Luftcell PU Footbed for all-day comfort Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Higher-traction TPU Outsole for lightweight durability Eco anti-odor for freshness Canvas Upper Canvas lining Achilles pad for comfort
mamere: PERC'S GREAT... (BUT)... IT BOILS ALL OVER THE COUNTER AND HARDLY NO COFFEE IS LEFT IN POT... SHAME ON U FARBERWARE!!!
Mara S Tucker: I recently purchased a Presto 12 cup percolator based on good reviews to replace this same percolator that I had for 4 -5 years. I loved my percolator. Perfect size. Hot coffee and very few grounds.Well, I hated the Presto. It spewed coffee grounds into the coffee which tasted weird and watery. I never could seem to get the right amount of coffee to water. I finally gave in and reordered this model again and haven't regretted it. I should have just gotten the same one in the first place. Now I'm back to hot coffee that tastes great and has no grounds.
Mark Michener: I'm a coffee lover, and not a snooty one. I have French presses; Aero Press; Chemex; Senseo; Krups Espresso; Toddy Cafe; Bodum Santos Stovetop Vaccuum maker (the most FUN way to brew!) even a 4-cup bare bones Mr. Coffee that makes a decent cup in part because the dang thing actually heats to about 186 degrees - how rare is THAT these days?"Experts" criticize the percolation brewing method. Okay, agreed: it might not be the "ideal" way to brew coffee. But let's be honest, who among us honestly takes the time to cold brew (the BEST method, I think), Aero Press, French Press, etc. every day? I 'reserve' these for weekend mornings listening to Weekend Edition, Car Talk, Dr. Zorba, Click and Clack, Michael Feldman and so on!For the rest of the week it's all about convenience and speed, and a percolator is the perfect fit. No filters to throw away (even after putting the grounds down the drain, I can never seem to get that filter to the waste bin without leaving a few drops on the counter or floor); it's easy to clean-up - all you need to do is RINSE it daily, then give it a good bath once a week or so. It's made well enough that it looks good sitting on the counter - definitely retro!Among a percolator's strong points is that it produces a HOT cup of joe. Another is the SPEED - the Farberware makes 8 cups in about 8 minutes. (I've never timed 10 or 12 cups, because I don't often brew that many cups at-a-time.)Also, we're talking EIGHT OUNCE cups, not 5 or 6 like most of the European-designed products. Keep that in mind if you're comparing brew times.The "timer" on the Farberware is JUST RIGHT, too. To alter the strength of the brew, simply adjust the amount of grounds or water.The only thing that prevents me from giving it 5 Stars is that it doesn't have the classic glass bulb on top. It doesn't add to the quality of the brew, but it makes a percolator just a bit more fun, and at least a little nostalgic.
MartiGras: We needed to replace our old 4-cup Farberware Percolator. By going on Amazon, I was able to find the best deal. Product came promptly in excellent condition. This product is Made in China but I contacted Farberware and they assured me that there is no lead in the product.
Martin Schwartz: I've used these percolators in the past and they are simple to use and convenient. The only thing that remains to be seen is how long this one will last as this product is now made in China.Update: After about a year and a half this product conked out. The previous pot I had was made in America and lasted close to 20 years. It seems that Farberware for the sake of profits has foregone quality control.