Schumacher 1229 12V Coffee Maker

February 16, 2019 - Comment

Schumacher’s coffee maker is a fully functional coffee maker for coffee on-the-go anytime, anywhere. Holds 10 cups, with an anti-drip valve, boil-dry protection and an on/off switch. Schumacher’s 12 Volt products provide the comforts required by the professional drivers and travelers of today. Product Features Fully functional coffee maker for coffee on-the-go Holds 10 cups

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Schumacher’s coffee maker is a fully functional coffee maker for coffee on-the-go anytime, anywhere. Holds 10 cups, with an anti-drip valve, boil-dry protection and an on/off switch. Schumacher’s 12 Volt products provide the comforts required by the professional drivers and travelers of today.

Product Features

  • Fully functional coffee maker for coffee on-the-go
  • Holds 10 cups
  • Anti-drip valve
  • Boil-dry protection
  • On/Off switch

Comments

Anonymous says:

You get what you pay for Worked great first time using it. Tested it out on a 75 amp power supply and it pulled around 10-15 amps while making coffee. Put it in my Tractor Trailer and used it. The plug got so hot and started smoking. Took it apart all seemed fine. Plugged it back in. Worked about 3 times after and just stopped working.Wouldn’t recommend at all. Maybe I got a bad one? Who knows. But not very fond of this product. Wish it would have worked better.

Anonymous says:

Don’t waste your time on this one Took this on our trip to Texas we drink coffee most of the day and night avid coffee drinkers the first pot didn’t brew correct we thought it was because of the paper filter we used so we gave up and then we tried it again with the supplied filter basket it worked better but we had to keep moving the pot to get it to drain out of the basket nipple and it took like 45 minutes or better to get a cup of coffee My advise don’t waster your time on this one

Anonymous says:

because its a good one! I was very pleasantly surprised to find this processed a pot of water in under 15 minutes. I always run filtered water through new coffee makers, in part to test them, but also to clean them before real use.It began to drip scalding hot water into the basket in about two or three minutes, and ran constantly until all the water was processed. I expect it to take longer when the basket filter has ground coffee in it, but no more so than a full size coffee maker of this type…

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