Service Ideas HPS161 1.6-liter Coffee Server w/ Stainless Shell, Brushed Stainless, Black

KaTom #: 482-HPS161 • MPN: HPS161

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Retail Price: $48.40
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Service Ideas HPS161 Description

Home and Office Basics Coffee Server, 54 oz. (1.6 liter), vacuum insulated, 6-8 hour retention time, hand wash, do not submerge, stainless steel shell, glass lined, brushed stainless/black

*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.

Service Ideas HPS161 Specifications

Manufacturer Service Ideas
Capacity 1.6 liters
Category Airpots & Coffee Dispensers
Liner Glass
Style Pour
Type Beverage Server
Weight 1.63

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Chuck Holm, Coffee hound... said...
"I have owned 5 of these for over 20 years. ( I am the coffee maker for our camping group.) A full or near full pot will keep coffee at serving te..."

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  • Great heat retention

    By on April 11, 2015

    "I have owned 5 of these for over 20 years. ( I am the coffee maker for our camping group.) A full or near full pot will keep coffee at serving temperature overnight. ( The coffee tastes better than a timer pot where the grounds have sat out losing flavor overnight.) The capacity is just right to hold a whole 12 cup pot with about 1/2 cup left over for my cup. Traveling, I get these filled at McDonalds for $1 with no questions :lol: With reasonable care they are durable. I have had one soft lid seal break after 15 years of coffee hardening and one dispensing lever got broken by a ham handed guest. The pouring vent hole lets some coffee into the lid but is easy to clean by submerging in sudsy water for a few minutes and shaking the water in the lid then rinsing well by running water in under the lever and shaking it out. With a knife as pry bar the lid can be opened for a more through cleaning. I use gloves and automatic dish detergent to clean."
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