Farberware 2-4-Cup Percolator

September 5, 2017 - Comment

Farberware 2-4 Cup Percolator, Stainless Steel This Farberward 2-4 cup percolator is a maximum of 4 cup capacity and 1000 watts. A durable stainless steel construction, the FCP240 percolator carries a detachable power cord and cool-to-the-touch handle for safe and easy handling.  It allows you to make 1 cup minimum and automatic keep warm mode for

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Farberware 2-4 Cup Percolator, Stainless Steel

This Farberward 2-4 cup percolator is a maximum of 4 cup capacity and 1000 watts. A durable stainless steel construction, the FCP240 percolator carries a detachable power cord and cool-to-the-touch handle for safe and easy handling.  It allows you to make 1 cup minimum and automatic keep warm mode for keeping your coffee warm. It is very simple to use with the 1-step brewing process. It has a detachable power code.

If you like to make your coffee old fashion way, this Farberware can make a perfect tasting coffee.

Product Features

  • 4-Cup capacityand 1000 watts
  • Durable stainless steel construction and maintains consistent brew speed: 1-cup p/min.
  • Automatic keep warm mode
  • Cool-touch handle and lid knob with rolled edges for safe and easy handling
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
  • Product note: the logo design of this item may vary depending on when the product was manufactured



Comments

Bernardo Magnificat says:

Perking is worthy but heating element worthless. This perks fabulous coffee–but as multiple reviewers in this review stream have noted, its heating element is prone to failure. In my case, it conked out 6 months after purchase and thus, became a worthless piece of stainless steel. I figured that with 180 perks, it cost 21 cents per perk to go from great to junk status. So–if you have any intent to buy this item, throw a few bucks into the 3rd party warranty. Or, buy another brand whose heating element is not made in China. BTW, our 1968 Farberware percolator is still going strong, so perfection is possible with attention to engineering detail.

Karen L. says:

Very Unlike Farberware as I remember them I am more than disappointed with this item as, in the past I have owned and loved my many Farberware coffeepots. I originally ordered a pot on January 1 and was looking forward to receiving it. Unfortunately, once plugged in, the cord smoked and the base of pot had a heavy burning plastic smell. I immediately returned the pot and ordered another one. ( I am a glutton for punishment.) I got the second pot yesterday only to experience the exact same burning smell when pot was plugged in. I note that both pots were made in Mexico. (Both pots also had quality control stickers on the bottom, so I am not sure what level of quality Farberware now allows for. I did read other unfavorable reviews from buyers noting their pots were made in China but I ignored them .) Guess Farberware thought they would try Mexico this time for manufacturing. FYI, there is nothing like ” Made in the USA “.) It is a shame that the one of the greatest coffee pot names has been come to this…

Robert Mitilieri says:

Safety Hazard! My family has had Faberware percolators for many years, both the large and small models. I bought a small 4 cup model for my Dad less than two years ago. He uses it once a day in the morning. He is meticulous about caring for it (as well as everything else). Yesterday I noticed a dull area in the base plastic as well as a small hole in the material. The hole exposed some interior metal piece. I told my Dad to stop using the coffee pot immediately as I was concerned about a serious burn or even an electrical shock. I don’t know if the Warranty information posted on the Amazon website is valid (it appears to apply to cooking and baking items) but I will be returning the pot to the address contained in that information.

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