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Old 10-18-2007, 07:40 AM
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Does anybody make a 12 Volt coffee maker for a boat?
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Why yes they do!

A company called Vector makes one that has a list price of $42.87.

I have no experience with this unit, so I don't know how good it works. Good Luck.
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Check West Marine???
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just use a small power inverter that plugs into your lighter
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just use a small power inverter that plugs into your lighter
Ditto. It has many uses. A coffee maker only has one.
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Ditto. It has many uses. A coffee maker only has one.
If anyone has a catalog of uses for small electrical appliances onboard a boat, my bet is it's you.
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Check any truck stop / Travel America.
They'll have all kinds of 12v stuff and inverters.
Alot cheaper than if it has the word "marine" associated with it in way, shape, or form.
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Here is one...


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Coffe...QQcmdZViewItem
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Check any truck stop / Travel America.
They'll have all kinds of 12v stuff and inverters.
Alot cheaper than if it has the word "marine" associated with it in way, shape, or form.
I have a couple 40qt thermoelectric coolers for trade shows. Bought them at a TA truck stop they had the cheapest price, picked up an inverter as well. They even beat Walmart on this car/truck/boat portable electric chit.........
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Ck out the new Overtons,Just got it in the mail,There is a nice full size black and stainless 12volt...
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