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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.
So handy for a spot of tea when traveling without having to call room service!Published 11 days ago by Joyce Elizabeth Zopolsky
This isn't what I wanted to begin with. The advertisements didn't show a wall plug. I thought it was for auto service not home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter H.
Lifesaver!!!! I use this to boil my water for my coffee on the road.Published 2 months ago by Kylie EM
Worked Perfect. Love the dual voltage. worked great on an entire three week trip throughout EuropePublished 5 months ago by Denyse Campione
This heater worked great for a cup of tea or coffee when there was no place else to go to get one. I had one in the past, but ruined it when the cup fell over with the heater... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Heitert
Fantastic. Heats your water in seconds. I travel for a living - so when I am overseas I plug it in, with my adapter - and in minutes I have a steamy, hot beverage. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dawn Gray
I love this product. It is perfect for travel. It is very nice to use when traveling. I love making chamomile tea in the evening and decaf black tea in the morning and this is the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ariana Vincent
First one didn't arrive but replacement was sent promptly. The plastic hook on the side was broken off and loose in the package when it was opened. Read morePublished 12 months ago by lynn s
First of all this is not a "dual-voltage" heater. This is 220V heater that can produce some heat at 120V, but it will be approximately 4 times less power at that... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Vladimir Feshchenko