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  • Boils water quickly works great for making noodles, instant oatmeal, hot beverages and soup.
  • Perfect for the office or college dorm room.
  • Faster than a microwave and safer than a stovetop kettle.
  • Easy clean nonstick interior and drip free pouring.
  • Adjustable heat for maximum cooking flexilbility.
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Dimensions 7.32 inches x 7.94 inches x 6.88 inches 7 inches x 8.1 inches x 8.1 inches 7.2 inches x 9.3 inches x 8.7 inches 9.25 inches x 9.2 inches x 7.29 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 6.9 x 7.3 inches ; 1.7 pounds
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  • ASIN: B004YTW58S
  • Item model number: 45805
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Proctor Silex Hot Pot 32 oz capacity variable temperature hot water pot

From the Manufacturer

Proctor Silex 32oz Hot pot

Tested in our lab. Proven in your home.

If affordability and durable performance are what you expect in an electric appliance, look no further. Along with over 50 years of history in the appliance business, Proctor Silex has a long-standing commitment to quality.

In our lab, we rigorously test Proctor Silex appliances for durability and reliability. Only when an appliance meets our exacting standards is it ready for the final proving ground – your home. Take one home today and you’ll experience firsthand the reliability that wins us praise from consumers.

  • Boils water quickly
  • Perfect for noodles, hot beverages, soup, and more
  • Adjustable heat
  • Faster than a microwave, safer than a stovetop kettle
  • Easy-clean nonstick interior
  • Drip free pouring

Customer Reviews

You have to pull the lid off to fill.
LMP
I use it not only to cook, make coffee, boil soup, when I am on he road but it also makes a great humidifier for hotel rooms.
VMayberry
It boils very quickly and is really easy to use.
Evelyn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Razzputinn on May 8, 2013
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Having used virtually every brand of Hot Pot manufactured in the past 20 years I never expected to encounter such a flawed product. The temp control malfunction was mentioned in numerous reviews.

Instead of temp setting dots which increase in size/diameter, from small (warm) to large (boil), there should be question marks. I cannot fathom how any manufacturer could put such a faulty design on the market. You MIGHT be able to tolerate this thing IF the only chore is boiling water, but as mentioned in one review you risk a scalding burn since it may erupt/bubble like a unpredictable volcano.

The video illustrates the unpredictable manner the temp control functions. The hot pot goes into FULL heating mode on the lowest setting. This is UNACCEPTABLE, particularly if you are attempting to warm up soup (or anything but water) since it will immediately scorch the contents. This item might be acceptable as a $1 garage sale purchase but certainly not $14. If the ONLY substance you intend to heat is water you could find it tolerable.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Ingrid Shafer on January 10, 2012
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I ordered this hot pot to replace the Proctor Silex K2070 1-Quart Automatic electric kettle I had bought a couple of months ago because I discovered that the kettle was not designed for liquids other than water, and I had expected to be able to reheat all sorts of beverages or soups and keep them warm. The little kettle is perfect -- just as efficient as the automatic kettle, but without the limitations. I plugged it into a heavy duty grounded power strip with a illuminated on-off switch. That solves the problem with the lacking switch other reviewers noted. Obviously, it should not be left unattended, since there is no automatic shutoff.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 30, 2012
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I've been using this for a little over a week, and while it does rapidly bring water to a boil, the temperature control is useless. It boils water on even the lowest setting, which is not what I am looking for when making coffee with my Aeropress which calls for a temp between 175-185 degrees. If all you need to do is boil water cheaply and quickly, this would do the job, otherwise pass on this.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J.A Alon on September 24, 2012
I like this product because it heats water quickly. However, the heating element has been flaking after every use. I think it started flaking a month ago, and I've only had it for 3 months only. Oh and, yes, I also have a problem with it not having a timer. If you really need something cheap and quick, buy this.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 21, 2013
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This robust hot pot concentrates on bringing water to a rolling boil with single-minded focus like a Zen master. Little bubbles sizzle at the wide bottom within seconds. A rolling boil surges two minutes twenty seconds later for a typical sixteen ounce load, half of the ample capacity. Never mind the absence of an on-off switch; fewer moving parts mean less cost and longer life; my unit has been used reliably many times a day for more than a year. Never mind the tight-fitting lid; stow the superfluous lid in a drawer; nothing splashes out due to the large capacity and an uncovered pot can be monitored better. While the pot concentrates on the water, you concentrate on the pot or else just listen to its progress. Never mind the short cord; the entire assembly including the cord can be lifted up and poured out safely without risk of tangling with anything else on a crowded counter. Never mind the initial indifference to temperature settings; this is not a timid servant but rather a bold agent asserting manly control. The hot pot seems to have built-in thermal overload protection which kicks in after reaching a boil if the dial is set on simmer; on the one occasion when I forgot the pot and came back after half an hour, it had not boiled dry. Instead, it recovered fully without permanent damage. I have experimented with boiling Ramen noodles in it or soup or coffee grounds or tea leaves with success but prefer to reserve it for water only to keep it clean even though it is easy to rinse out. This hot pot is better than a microwave for boiling water for more flavorful drinks because a microwave does not raise all of the water to a high uniform temperature.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on December 16, 2012
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If all you want to do is boil liquids then this is the pot for you. There is NO low setting regardless of what the dial says. I just use it in my office to make instant coffee so it is not a big deal to me. But if you are needing a more sensitive temperature setting go elsewhere
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 22, 2013
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This little hot pot is great. You can make simple hot water for tea and coffee or you can use it to make soups noodles or anything liquid based.
Several reviews have stated that the lid is hard to remove and they'd get burned, mine isn't difficult at all. The pot will also work with out the lid on so that could be an option.
The temprature dial doesn't seem to control much other then lighter to heavier boiling. It doesn't just keep liquid warm it will boil it even on the lowest setting.
There is no off switch you must unplug the unit. The manual says there is a cycle that trurns the unit off and on again if the water dries up but i'm not going to try it. You would think that putting an auto shut off and off switch on it would be a better option then constantly cycling off and on. I dont see the no switch as a problem but others may. It would be easy to get distracted and forget to unplug it
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