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Most Helpful Negative Review BRUNTON'S BREWFIRE COFFEE MAKER IS A HUGE FAILURE
We are a true outdoors family. We alsod group camp a lot. We looked forward to this unit to replace our low tech Coleman drop coffee maker that works...
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Brunton Brewfire coffee maker non starter

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on July 27, 2011
Bought with high expectations to use camping on our boat. Very frustrating to get it to start. Now 2nd season, will not start. fresh batteries. new fuel tank. no lights come on. JUNK!
Pros: works ok IF you can get it to start after many tries
Cons: can not get it to start without several tries...
Would recommend: No
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BRUNTON'S BREWFIRE COFFEE MAKER IS A HUGE FAILURE

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on May 18, 2009
We are a true outdoors family. We alsod group camp a lot. We looked forward to this unit to replace our low tech Coleman drop coffee maker that works fine, albeit slowly, and which doesn't keep the coffee warm. This new 'high tech' cheaply constructed Chinese made Brunton unit however was a major disappointment. Arriving without a manual, I first had to find one, then download one off the net; per the manual I got on line, this was supposed to come with a butane converter and batteries, but it didn't come with those either. Put off but still undaunted, and still hopeful, I put new batteries in it, screwed in a new propane canister, and after filling it with water, followed the instructions exactly. And then? Nothing, nada, didly squat. Tried everything. Checked everything repeatedly. Couldn't get it to work and after several attempts, gave up. Quality? A screw fell out of the bottom, the plastic components fit poorly, in that the doors did not align well, fit, and consequently, did not close securely; the permanent filter doesn't fit where it goes well either, the polarity of the batteries is not indicated, and the door that covers them does not close securely, the rotary turn and ignite recessed switch felt very flimsy, and the propane can was somewhat difficult and awkward to install inside it, so it is somewhat poor ergonomically design -wise. The metal carafe appeared well made, but I obviously never got to see if it actually kept coffee warm. Besides the car...
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Would recommend: No
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