Mine is marked Coleman on the bottom, with the only other markings being the approximate cup measures on the outside. There are others that appear identical that are sold under other names, and they may all come form the same manufacturer. I got mine used, and cheap. It isn't as refined as my Corningware percolators, but for camping it will always win over them with light weight and compact design. Several online reviews noted that the pump (basket, stem, and cover) are "dead soft" aluminum. Okay. You're not using it to hold up the corner of the picnic table, and it has the advantage of no sharp edges as found on stainless steel pumps. It's a rather shallow and wide design for a basket, but if you wet it before adding the grounds, it doesn't seen to put too many in the bottom of the pot. Some, but this is a compact, lightweight, camping percolator, and camp coffee is best with some grounds in it. The handles are as compact as possible, and will get HOT. Even right off the stove, you can easily pour using the two handles and a couple locally procured hooked branches. (or chicken mitts, if you have them) The little percolator works exactly as it was designed, and has no frills. It just makes coffee. Great coffee if you've mastered percolators on your particular heat source, or strong and bitter coffee if you haven't. Practice makes perfect. Unless you squash it or lose pieces, this little percolator will be around long enough for you to learn how to brew the perfect cup of camp coffee.