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Travel Immersion Water Heater - Dual Voltage


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  • Compact, dual voltage water heater
  • Size 5" Wieght 5 oz
  • Heating immersion 125 watt coil quickly heats up water
  • Automatic dual 120/240 voltage for worldwide use
  • Always insert coil into water before plugging into wall outlet

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Compact dual voltage travel size water heater - immersion coil quickly heats up water. NOTE: Make sure you insert the coil into water BEFORE plugging into wall outlet. Perfect for a cup of coffee, tea, instant soup while traveling. Lightweight heating coil comes with its own travel pouch. Burn shield protects counters. Automatic dual 120/240 voltage for worldwide use. For safety, please be sure to quickly put heating coil directly into the liquid you are heating up right after you plug it into your wall outlet.

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    There is an internal fuze that turns the heater off if it gets too hot.
    Paul R. Herholz Jr.
    Might fail your first use, might last up to a dozen uses, but it's designed to fail pretty quickly.
    Voiceover Guy
    This heater worked great for a cup of tea or coffee when there was no place else to go to get one.
    J. Heitert

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    70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Paul R. Herholz Jr. on March 29, 2008
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    Works as advertised. Great for travel. However, you need to be careful that you do not remove it from the cup before you disconnect it. There is an internal fuze that turns the heater off if it gets too hot. Once that happens its shot.
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    75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By bookscout on May 15, 2008
    I liked this product but nowhere on my box did it say that if you ever let it boil dry or get too hot, it would be PERMANENTLY disabled! Believe me, I looked when mine stopped working suddenly. I only found out what had happened when I went to buy a replacement. Works great but $15 plus shipping is a little steep for a product you can destroy so easily. How hot is too hot? Just a big caveat.
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    48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By patk on June 3, 2008
    Bought 2 one these, one for a friend. Mine died after 4 uses and hers after 2. Thoroughtly disgusted with this product and would not recommend it to anyone.
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    24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Voiceover Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 15, 2010
    Cheaply made, designed with a self-destruct fuse that permanently kills the unit the first time it senses the unit is hot. Might fail your first use, might last up to a dozen uses, but it's designed to fail pretty quickly. I've bought at least three dozen of these various places during my years of constant travel, and they all fail, no matter how religiously you obey the instructions, don't blame yourself because THEY ARE DESIGNED TO FAIL.
    I just think of them now as disposables. If one lasts two uses, I've broken even vs. the price of a cup of coffee. If it works the third time, I'm ahead in savings and convenience; if it lasts a fourth use, I've doubled the price I paid in savings over room service/Starbucks.

    Like other reviewers I'd gladly pay much more for a reliable product that does its simple job without self-destructing, but quality US immersion heaters are no longer made. Another industry sold off to China.
    One alternative if you're going to Europe/UK: buy a heater locally, you may find better quality, not all there are made in China...yet.

    A bulkier less convenient option is to buy a $15-20 variable-dial electric travel 'hot pot'--they too are cheaply made in China, and you're boiling in plastic, but they last much longer than these coils, and with many models you can make soup, boil eggs, etc. See reviews there.
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    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By bohemian on February 21, 2008
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    My dad travels a lot and he was looking for something like this which can heat up a cup of water in a jiffy. This does the job beautifully. He lives in an asian country where the voltage is 240V and this worked perfectly. A cup of water comes to a boil in less than 3 minutes ! Pretty darn amazing !!
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    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Strategic Reviews on February 5, 2008
    It does exactly what it says. Compact & good price but $8 for shipping bumps it up a bit. Arrived promptly. It works on dual voltage by taking twice as long to boil a cup of water in the US (110V) as compared to Europe (220 - 240V). 10 minutes plus in the US but I am sure it is worth the wait for a good cup of tea!
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    37 of 44 people found the following review helpful By S. Tree on August 4, 2006
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    This is a very nice appliance but comes with a state of California mandated lead and other heavy metals caution.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jumbo Pilot on December 24, 2011
    I fly a lot... I'm an airline pilot. My daughter gave me this heater as a most welcomed birthday gift. I followed the attached directions yet it inexplicably failed to work after using it only 4 or 5 times. i was stymied trying to determine how an object so simple could suddenly stop functioning! Coming here to read online consumer comments in a quest to find a replacement led me to learn of its design to fail. Save your cash. I wish I could find a portable alternative.
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