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Roadpro 12V Hot Pot, 20 oz.

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  • Constructed with durable material
  • Features compact size, safety circuit protection
  • Inner lid closes securely to prevent spilling
  • Outer lid can be used as a cup
  • Powered from vehicle's cigarette lighter socket
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Roadpro 12V Hot Pot, 20 oz. + RoadPro 12-Volt Portable Stove, Black + RoadPro RP-203EC 12V 12' Extension Cord with Cigarette Lighter Plug
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandRoadPro
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 4.5 x 4.4 inches
Item model number5021
Manufacturer Part Number5021
  
Additional Information
ASINB000667QL4
Best Sellers Rank #768 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2005
  
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Product Description

Roadpro 12-Volt Car Pot is manufactured to store tea, soup, hot chocolate and many more. This car pot is constructed with durable material that ensures durability. It's inner lid closes tightly to prevent spilling and the outer lid can be used as cup. This car pot features safety circuit protection and is powered from the vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket.


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Customer Reviews

The lid does not screw tight on this.
Jill Steward
Didn't have to stop just to get a cup of tea or coffee, even heats soups.
Donna G Tanner
It does heat water, but it leaks if it tips over.
RB

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180 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Mark Lebowitz on April 14, 2010
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I bought this hot pot, along with a 4-pack of Melitta Ready, Set Joe kits, for a road trip during which stopping for coffee, tea and hot chocolate was not an option. My executive summary of the product is that it works well (and, for those wondering about product longevity, still works even after multiple uses) and that it can boil water. We're very happy with it.

Read on to find out why I give the product 4 stars instead of 5.

The product description could do a better job of managing customer expectations. While this hot pot will boil water, it does take 35 minutes or so to bring a full 20 ounces of it to a boil. This isn't due to any defect in the product's design. It has everything to do with the fact that a car's 12-volt, direct current electrical system isn't made for high-wattage appliances. My minivan can supply up to 120W per outlet, i.e., up to 10A at 12VDC, which is not very much, and I assume this is fairly standard. In contrast, conventional hot pots draw 3-5 times as much power from household current, which is why they boil water faster.

Other than that, my few gripes about this hot pot are:

1. It comes with a mounting bracket, but no instructions that might give an inkling on how one might use it to attach the hot pot to anything on the inside of your vehicle. We ended up discarding the bracket and placing the hot pot on our center console, which is flat, as well as several other flat surfaces we created. But this requires somebody to watch the hot pot while the vehicle is in motion.

2. The lid and removable drinking cup sit on top of the pot, but don't snap or screw on. So this hot pot is NOT spillproof. See #1 above, and understand that if it tips over while it's in use, somebody might get hurt.

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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Gumby on January 7, 2010
This unit works far better than the Max Burton version. The hardwired plug prevents the unit from shorting out. A cup of water almost boils in about 5 minutes. Would be nice if it were sealable like a thermos, and helpful if the measurements on the side were in cups as well as milliliters. about 250 milliliters to a cup. And like my Max Burton review, Nothing but water in these things. They say soups work in these things but even the protein in milk will burn on the heating elements. ONLY WATER! so instant add water drinks, oatmeal, ramen noodles, mashed potatoes.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Skoobdo on December 16, 2011
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I purchased this to use in an RV while boondocking. I have a solar system installed in my RV, and use a 12 volt system, so I needed something to boil water or to at least get water hot enough to make coffee. Well, this hot pot does the job! It definitely boils water with no problem. It takes a while if you have it to the full mark, but that's not a problem for me, as I'm just happy that it works and I don't have to use my propane stove and can now s ave money by using this 12 volt hot pot on power generated by the sun. Works perfect!

UPDATE: When it worked it worked great, but for some reason it stopped heating, but the light still works. I have since requested a replacement, and will return the defective one. I will update in a few months to let you guys know if the new one is still working.

UPDATE #2: I received the replacement unit, and it works fine, but I truly believe the first one stopped working because I left it on after it reached the boiling point, which I guess you need to unplug it at that point. I changed my 5 star rating to a 3 star because you have to really watch this pot or set a timer to make certain it doesn't overheat.

UPDATE #3: Its been 9 months since I've had the replacement unit, and it is still holding on. I heat it up until the boiling point and turn it off. I use the hot water for instant coffee, French press and the mellita drip cones, and all versions do fine with this Hot Pot. I love the fact I don't have to use my propane to heat up water over a stove. This pot has worked wonders for me, but as I had mentioned before.....just don't leave it plugged up too long and it will work wonders for you too.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By John Bornt on June 17, 2012
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In preparation for a weeklong roadtrip with my son, I ordered this hotpot, planning to be able to warm up our coffee as we drove. Well there is a light that comes on when you plug in the pot, to let you know you have power, however the unit we received was defective. After about an hour of waiting for heat, I decided to see if it could be fixed. It is very easy to take apart. The leads for the heating element were loosely wrapped around the connectors, but not soldered. Having no tools with me in the car, I tried to reconnect the wires by hand, but could not get a good enough contact for it to heat. Final result: Cold coffee and 12v hotpot put in trash.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Silke on August 30, 2010
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I ordered the Hot Pot and was worried it would only warm up. But it takes actually 5 minutes and the water is warm and within 10 minutes the water is cooking. I use the Hot Pot to make milkbottles for my baby while we are going by car. No asking for hot water anymore. It's working really great. The bottle is nicely isolated to not burn your hands and a small light is on while cooking so you are always aware it's plugged in. We use it for day trips and camping.
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