Lewis N. Clark Immersion Heater for Boiling Water (Portable + Better than Electric Kettle): Heat Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate in Minutes for Camping, Travel + Office Use with Included Travel Adapter

January 19, 2019 - Comment

This lightweight immersion heater is perfect for heating water on the road, whether that’s for coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or even soups. You won’t have to waste money on an overpriced cappuccino, spend sightseeing time searching for a coffee shop, or worry whether your next hotel will have a water heater. It works on trains,

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This lightweight immersion heater is perfect for heating water on the road, whether that’s for coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or even soups. You won’t have to waste money on an overpriced cappuccino, spend sightseeing time searching for a coffee shop, or worry whether your next hotel will have a water heater.

It works on trains, planes, hotels, or anywhere with an electrical outlet, and you can use it with two different Alternating Current (AC) systems, including 120V, which is more common in North America, and 240V, which is more common in Europe and other parts of the world. It also includes a European adapter plug so you don’t have to purchase that separately.

It’s sleek, portable, and easily fits inside the included pouch. The durable burn guard ensures that the coils don’t touch the sides of your mug or cup. You can even use it in the office or at home.

Please note that you should first fill up your container with water, then put the immersion heater in the water, and lastly turn the immersion heater on. After the water is hot, unplug the heater and wait thirty seconds before removing it from the water.

Now you don’t have to order room service or bring a bulky pot, tea kettle, or water heater when you’re traveling if you want a hot cup of tea or coffee. Easily warm liquids with this portable immersion heater and get your day started off right.

Product Features

  • HEATS FAST + SIMPLE TO USE: You’ll have warm water in seconds, boiling water in just minutes. Fill your container, place the immersion heater in the liquid, then turn on the immersion heater. It’s that simple.
  • MAXIMUM SAFETY: Durable burn guard protects your coffee mug, cups, and bowls ensuring the coils never touch the sides of your dishes or containers. Safely heat coffee, tea, soup, hot chocolate, and more.
  • TRAVEL ADAPTER: Powered with a dual voltage system, (120 V for North America, and 240 V for Europe and other regions), and includes a European adapter and travel pouch; perfect for all your domestic and international travel needs
  • VERSATILE: Perfect coffee and tea heater at the office, at home, or while you travel. Wonderful addition to your camping accessories. Compact, lightweight, and portable. No need for a bulky electric kettle
  • PERFECT GIFT: Hunter, outdoorsman, traveler, coffee or tea lover, Christmas, birthday, house warming gift, or for the person who already has everything! Keep at home, at the office, in the camper, or in your suitcase

Comments

Anonymous says:

Knowledge is power….know how the product works before laying down your cash for it. It is helpful to know a little about how a product like this works so you can avoid misuse and the associated frustration. The company I work for makes residental water heater elements. I have sat through countless meetings with engineers about how electric elements work…so I have a little more knowledge of submersible elements. This item is designed in an identical way to a home electric water heater element. Electricity flows through a copper core in the center of the element producing…

Anonymous says:

Decent, but be aware, size does matter… Mug size that is… The product is OK. It does, what it supposed to do. Heats up water, it is light and you can easily travel with it.HOWEVER, size does matter. And by that, I mean the size of your mug.It takes around 34 minutes!!! to heat up a larger mug of lukewarm water so you can make tea, and this isn’t boiling hot, this is just ‘hot-hot’. If you use a small cup (preferably metal) you will get faster and better results, but still be over 10 minutes to get water. Just take this into…

Anonymous says:

I love this portable traveling device I love this portable traveling device! I stay in hotels a lot and prefer not to use the plastic coffee makers for hot water, and this is absolutely perfect. There is an engineer on here who stated exactly what the directions state – don’t plug in until it is immersed in water and then unplug while it is still in water and leave for about 30 seconds before removing. I have done that and had it for about two weeks and loved it. I warm my water in a stainless steel cup that is easy to use for…

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