Information about Brunton Flip N Drip Coffee Maker
Closeouts. Anyone who loves the great outdoors knows there's nothing better than a hot cup of joe on a mist-covered morning. Brunton's Flip N Drip coffee maker makes that cup possible, even when you're miles from base camp.
Stainless steel coffee cup capable of boiling 16 fl.oz. of water
Stainless steel mesh coffee filter
Double walled mug for keeping coffee hot
Weight: 1 lb.
Materials: Stainless steel, composite, rubber and silicone
Reviewed by Flint Hills Flyer from Manhattan, KS on Tuesday, August 23, 2011
I used this while staying in a remote cabin in the mountains and used it later back at home. It worked flawlessly. The user instructions are easy to follow. Cleaning the grounds out can be a minor problem, but not too hard. It makes 16 ounces at a time, so you could use this for multi-person bac...
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Reviewed by veve from los angeles, ca on Thursday, January 3, 2013
this is very useful to have when car camping, otherwise it's too bulky and not worth carrying it around. easy to use, good quality, works well. it takes a little longer than expected to make one cup of coffee (almost 10 mins). but then again, i might be using the wrong ground coffee size
Reviewed by Mike from Lafayette, LA on Monday, October 1, 2012
The idea / engineering is good with emphasis on ease of use, produing a couple cups of coffee or tea right in the wide bottom cup. You won't be taking this backpacking. It's too heavy and bulky but will work well for car camping and that is how I would reccommend it.
Best Uses: Cabin In The Woods, Car Camping
Cons: Bulky, Flip To Drip Leaks Some, Large For Just A 2 Cupper
Reviewed by JJ from Benton City, WA on Sunday, September 2, 2012
We use this coffee maker for motorcycle camping. Easy to store when have limited space. Perfect cup every time. Use Cup handles when drying after use. Don't forget the coffee ground! (not too finely ground , tho)
Best Uses: Backpacking, Car Camping
Cons: Plastics Longevity
Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
Pros: Easy To Clean, Easy to use, Lightweight, Perfect Size Cup, Stable
You pour already heated/hot liquid into the coffee maker.
Answered on 3/30/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
It doesn't. You have to heat water in the cup over a camp stove or other heating element. Or you do what I do and just pour boiling water into the cup. I used the camp fire method once but the bottom of the cup got all black. The aluminum isn't a really good quality. Fairly thin.
Answered on 4/10/2011 12:00:00 AM by Root from Oceanside, CA
The water end of the device is heated over a stove & then the unit is assembled & flipped....very, very carefully.
Answered on 9/6/2011 12:00:00 AM by Boatbabe from Janesville, WI