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Bon Home HL100SV Culinary Heat Lamp

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  • Culinary heat lamp keeps food warm and ready to serve
  • Ceramic heating element delivers focused infrared heat
  • Adjustable arm; collapsible design for compact storage
  • Made of durable cast zinc with stainless-steel accents
  • Measures 19 by 5 by 18 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

An energy-efficient alternative to turning on the oven, this 205-watt culinary heat lamp keeps food warm and ready to serve. Designed for everyday use at home, the small appliance comes in handy when entertaining during the holidays, when hosting a kid's birthday party, or when simply keeping dinner warm for each busy member of the family. Use it for anything from hors d'oeuvres and side dishes like green beans or mashed potatoes and gravy to a grilled veggie pizza or a homemade apple pie. The sleek-looking appliance features a ceramic heating element (no need for bulb replacements), which delivers focused infrared heat to keep food warm while sealing in moisture and flavor. Other highlights include a portable design for versatile placement, an adjustable arm to accommodate different-size dishes, the option to link more than one lamp together for buffet-style heating, and a collapsible design for compact storage when not in use. Made of durable cast zinc with stainless-steel accents, the culinary heat lamp by Bon Home measures 19 by 5 by 18 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

From the Manufacturer

Ceramic heating element
Ceramic heating element provides focused infrared heat.
Collapsible
Collapsible for easy storage.
Convenience

For the first time, home cooks can do what restaurateurs have done for decades: keep food warm until it is ready to serve. Bon Home's culinary heat lamp is the first heat lamp designed for everyday use in the home. Perfect for entertaining and busy families, it keeps meals at the optimal serving temperature so your cooking tastes as good as when it left the stove or oven.

Technology

This smart appliance features a ceramic heating element which eliminates bulb replacement and provides focused infrared heat for sealing in moisture and flavor. It is ideal for use with pizzas, grilled items, plated meals, carved meats, and appetizers. An adjustable arm allows you to precisely position the lamp over your food for focused or variable heating. For buffet or banquet tables, multiple lamps link together to create consecutive heating stations.

Storage

The culinary heat lamp is collapsible for convenient storage. The quick fold-up design allows for easy setup.

Key Features
  • Keeps food warm until ready to serve
  • Infrared heating technology seals in moisture and flavor
  • Does not sacrifice food appearance or dry food out
  • Ceramic heating element eliminates bulb replacement
  • Multiple lamps link together for use during parties or on large buffets
  • Adjustable arm accommodates a wide variety of food items and allows for focused heat
  • Can be used with carving board or platter
  • Collapsible for easy storage
Perfect For
  • Entertaining
  • Family gatherings
  • Busy families with unpredictable schedules
  • Pizza, grilled items, everyday meals, appetizers, pies, and pastries

Product Information

Product Dimensions 19 x 5 x 18 inches
Item Weight 11.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 9.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer BONBU
ASIN B0043M5N08
Item model number HL100SV
Customer Reviews
2.5 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #46,569 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,046 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances
Date first available at Amazon.com October 30, 2010

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I've been buying stuff on Amazon.com for 4+ years. This is the first product that compelled me to write a review.

This product sucks and there is no way to avoid that with product liability lawyers involved. The R&D engineers likely started out with a good intentions, but they got slapped down by the lawyers. The manufacturer was forced to diminish the heat output / fire causing potential to the point that this product is virtually worthless.

If you angle the lamp so that the upper arm is completely horizontal you will get an 8" - 9" heated area below. I had the lamp on for 45 minutes and it never gets that hot. The high angle shown in the advertisement won't heat up anything except the air directly around the heating element. You could get your food hotter using a cheap plastic handheld hair dryer from a drugstore.

If you want something to keep your pre-cooked chicken wings slightly hot for your drunken friends this thing may do the trick if they are drunk enough. If your guests aren't drunk, forget about it.

UPDATE April, 23 2013: I can't believe that people are still buying this product. STOP IT, IT'S JUNK. If you are hell bent on giving away your money for nothing in return, send it to me. I will send you a nice thank you letter than will give you a warm fuzzy feeling. My letter will give you more warmth than this piece of crap.
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As a previous 3-star reviewer said, a majority of the 5-star reviews are questionable. Most of them have no other reviews but a single review for this heat lamp. I purchased this heat lamp regardless of my skepticism and the heat generated is no more than a 60 watt light bulb. My plan was to keep a Turkey warm for the night. This lamp has no impact. I'm returning tomorrow.
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The Bon Home Heat Lamp is not worth your time. We wanted this to work so badly because we have pizza parties quite often and thought this would make a great addition to those. Didn't heat up even enough to be hot on my hand. And the unit kept tipping forward when we adjusted the light angle/distance from food. I do not recommend this produt.
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I am a corporate chef and bought six of these to keep pizzas warm from the time they came hot out of oven until purchase (normally under 4 minutes). Five of the six didn't work. I couldn't get them to turn on / stay on. What they don't mention in the product descriptioin is that while the light is adjustable it only operates at a limited angle - too much of a bend in it and it shuts off automatically. We are not talking about a lot of bend here - just a couple inches. The one that did manage to stay on couldn't even keep a piping hot pizza warm for the smallest amount of time.

There is no "glow" coming off them as depicted in the photo. They look like desk lamps but probably don't work as well. I have never return anything and have never written a review before but after this major flub I feel I have to. Save your money and your time and SKIP this product. I read the bad reviews here and was forewarned - but there were also some good reviews so I went for it. Don't.
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This heat lamp consumes 200w but most of the energy is convection (heat the air around it) and conduction (heat by contact). There is very little infrared heat which can be focused by the parabola in the forward direction. As a result you must use it at no more than ten inches away. So you can keep warm a very small dish of food. There is a lot of heat in the form of hot air escaping thru the vents on top and the "cup" like shield gets very hot.
On the other hand, you can use this heat lamp as a very small room heater if your electrical wiring cannot handle a regular full size 1200-1500w heater.
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I am so glad I took a chance on these lamps despite some of the poor reviews. I purchased them for a dinner party and I am delighted with them! Several guests were late so we had to wait an hour to eat- this kept the food warm without burning, drying out, or recooking it. I recommend despite the photos that you actually keep the dish covered with aluminum foil when under the lamp. Also you'll need one lamp per dish so if you are doing a large dinner you will need more than one. The lamps actually plug into each other (each lamp has an outlet built in) so only one has to actually go into your wall outlet. These lamps use a ceramic feature not actual bulbs- so you never have to worry about replacing the bulbs.
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First of all - it burned out after about 3 weeks.
Secondary... it's so heavy that for a none athletic woman would be a problem to move it (about 20lb).
I was laughing to tears when I start using it - it's such a great idea, and such an idiotic execution of it. What a shame.
But the most interesting part is that takes about 15 min to warm up the element itself, then + about 30 min to warm your food (don't forget its 300watt). It will dry inside out your pizza or what have you "cooking";))) Well, can they at list put instead of hitting coiled wires some hitting lamp? Halogen or Quartz lamp of this power would warm up food in seconds ...Plus what they were thinking = there is no timer ,no temp. adjustment control...
OK, maybe in the next Century we gonna see this idea will be realized.
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