Quest 35200 Stainless Steel Cordless Electric Coffee Percolator with Integrated Filter, 1.5 Litre, 1100 W, Silver, 21 x 33 x 14cm, 1000 W, 1.8 liters

December 27, 2019 - Comment

Product Features Ideal for – this 1. 5 litre coffee Percolator from Quest allows you to produce Barista style coffee from the comfort of your own home. Sleek contemporary design – this modern design will look right at home in your kitchen Dimensions – 21cm height 33cm Depth 14cm Width Integrated filter system – Powered

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Product Features

  • Ideal for – this 1. 5 litre coffee Percolator from Quest allows you to produce Barista style coffee from the comfort of your own home.
  • Sleek contemporary design – this modern design will look right at home in your kitchen
  • Dimensions – 21cm height 33cm Depth 14cm Width
  • Integrated filter system – Powered by STRIX technology with a built in filter, keep warm function, boil dry and overheat protection.
  • Other Quest cooking appliances – the Quest brand covers many cooking appliances ideal for giving you a helping hand in the kitchen although we can’t guarantee they will improve your cooking skills! ! Search Quest on to view more items such as omelette makers, waffle makers, teppanyaki grills, kettles, air fryers and much more.

Comments

Anonymous says:

A bit disappointing I bought this to replace a previous model which had given a few years of good service before ‘expiring’ recently. – unfortunately, this newer model simply doesn’t do the same job as its predecessor. I like my coffee and was in the habit of brewing a potful every morning, which my older model would keep hot all day or until I had finished it all. Perhaps I should have read the blurb more closely before buying this newer version as it has an on/off switch with an auto cut out feature. The manual…

Anonymous says:

Comparisons are odious But I shall compare anyway. I’m comparing this to a Russel Hobbs stainless steel percolator from about 1970 which I have recently resurrected.The Quest makes just as good coffee as the Russel Hobbs.The Quest allows me to use a timer to have fresh coffee in the morning as does the Russel Hobbs.The Quest keeps the coffee hot but not stewed which is better than the Russel Hobbs.The Quest makes filling with water difficult as the marks are not clear but the Russel…

Anonymous says:

It brews coffee some times It seems to switch itself off at random points either during brewing or while keeping coffee warm. I think it’s the switch which I was disappointed with anyway as I used to time my previous one with a smart plug (like an old fashioned “teasmade”) so it was ready when I got up but the switching system doesn’t allow this.To add to this it leaks and is really poor compared to my old cheaper one which I had to replace after 5 years of constant use.

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