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Sunbeam BVSBWH1001 Electric Hot Pot, White
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- Nonstick interior surface wipes clean with soap and water
- 7 settings from low to high
- Quick heating
- Cooks soups, noodles, mac & cheese and much more
- Even perfect for college students
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Top Customer Reviews
I thought about getting a hot pot to boil water for my coffee instead of using the microwave and I limped in with this $10 purchase. The idea is sound and I will be buying another hot pot but this product was a waste of money. After the first week I started seeing an orange ring around the bottom hot plate, I later found out this was rust, which I have been drinking. After two weeks the unit would only work intermittently. I figured out while moving it around that water was coming out of the bottom. I took it apart and realized that the plastic pot interfaces with the hot metal heating element at a cheap silicone seal that had failed. This would also explain the foul taste in the boiled water. The heating element had rusted up between the seal and the metal.
There's no doubt that if I had continued to use this it would have been possible that water could have seeped out and I could have grounded on it and gotten a good shock. Do not buy this. Amazon should remove it.
- I have a much more expensive electric tea kettle at home and wanted to get a smaller, cheaper one for work.
- I was elated to find this low-priced basic product that seemed to be perfect.
- This product worked for about 2 weeks, being used to heat up water twice a day during the work week.
- I turned the dial up to high to get the water boiling, and then turned it all the way down to low to keep it warm as I used the water to make tea during the day.
- The kettle was never on for more than an hour or two at a time. Since there is no 'off' switch, I just unplugged it whenever I used the last of the water.
- I always unplugged it and emptied it of water at the end of every work day before I left for home and it seemed all was well.
- Unfortunately, yesterday as I sat at my desk, a puddle of water suddenly started forming under the kettle and grew QUICKLY.
- In shock, I looked closer and noticed that water was not only streaming out of the bottom 'vent' but it was also streaming out of the hole where the plug came out of the kettle!
- Thankfully it was plugged into a power strip, so I cut the power to the strip and unplugged the kettle.
- I then proceeded to CAREFULLY mop up the piping hot water on my desk.
- The kettle is now in the trash.
- PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. Read the reviews carefully (look for mention of leaks or 'plastic-tasting water'), be willing to spend more money, and purchase something much more sound.
- If I had unplugged the kettle and stepped out for a brief bathroom break, the puddle of water would have reached multiple items on my desk to ruin them before I got back.Read more ›
My original Sunbeam hot pot lasted several years, but it finally died.
In November of 2012 I bought a new one. It worked fine but after three weeks it started leaking.
I took it back and got a replacement one. The replacement lasted two weeks, It started leaking
and a red corrosion could be seen forming around the heating ring looking like rust.
I took it back, I am now on my third pot since November. The salesman tells me this is a new
and improved version. We shall see. Apparently the problem is the seal between the heating ring
and the base of the pot. This seal has failed on both pots I purchased and I am wondering how
long the "new and improved" version will last.
I love the function of the hot pot, very convenient for quickly heating water for coffee or soup.
When my current one fails I will shop for a better and probably more expensive version.
I received this as a high school graduation presents and 4 years later it still works. The only complaint I have is how certain food products have to be monitored or the circular heating plate may burn it. I found that thicker substances like chili and thick soups need to be on the lowest heat or a crusty film will develop on the bottom. This is particularly tricky to scrape off, like normal pots and pans.
Other than that, it is perfect for convenience-seekers and impatient cookers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought this three days ago to replace an almost exact duplicate made by Rival. The Rival one lasted for years and years. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Autokraft
Had it sent to my starving daughter at Columbia University in New York. She loves it.Published 19 days ago by T. Van Driska
I bought this at another retailer because it was cheap and said it could heat soup. It does that both well and fast. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Wesley S Conners
This water pot is total junk! Do not buy! The hearing unit is not secure to the pot, and the cheap seal holding it all together will fail! Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Winckler
I love this pot! It heats water much more quickly than the stove top, and the wide opening is very convenient.Published 1 month ago by Jeanne
This is a fantastic hot pot. It's so good that I bought a second one.Published 2 months ago by robert lee
Sunbeam... STOP MAKING THIS! It is a bad design. Think of it this way. It's your standard kitchen cooking pot with a gaping hole in the bottom, and a heating element that mostly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by insanity54
Only lasts about a month. Don't bother. Already had to replace this twice!Published 2 months ago by Thaddeus Wozniak
I was so excited about this pot as the water quickly heated for my tea, but the elation lasted only one week. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen Williams