We can assure you that everything is brand new and high quality.
This lightweight and portable immersion heater is perfect for warming liquids (including water, coffee, tea, soup, etc.). This product is ideal for use at home, at work, and on the go.
The brass unit has been nickel plated. It has a voltage of 120 volts and a power of A product certified by the Underwriters Laboratories.
This new Norpro liquid heater is perfect for quick and easy liquid heating.
Questions & Answers
With the water near boiling temperature, can the head be submerged for extended periods of time (including the plastic head and some wire), completely immersed for periods of time?
This does not mean it should be submerged completely. Unlike conventional boilers, it does not have any temperature control and stays on as long as it is plugged in, bursting water from a hose.
This coil of water can be used with a steel cup, is that possible?
The reason for not doing so is unclear to me. In essence, the coil does not touch the cup, but heats the water. The coil will not cool if you do not have another cup of water to place the coil in after heating the water for coffee or tea and unplugging the coil. I normally use my with pyrex cups or my mugs.
I would like to know how many watts this is. It took nearly five minutes for one to heat up. You need to heat up 5 cups of In my electric kettle ($19), I can hold up to two cups at a time. The boiling time for one liter of water is five minutes. ?
There are 300 watts in this lamp. My own is always for travel so I can make coffee if there isn't any in the room. As soon as I reach my home, I grab my heater, cup, and coffee. For this purpose, it works great. You need to allow five minutes for it. Getting water warm for coffee or tea is not something you want to do on a regular basis at home, however it is a convenient way to do it.
The water gets hot enough to boil when this is turned on?
It will heat your water very fast, but if you want to reheat your coffee, leave it in the cup no longer than 5 seconds or you will get burnt coffee taste.
Selected User Reviews For NEW Norpro Instant Immersion Heater Coffee/Tea/Soup Electric Water Portable Reheater
You must follow the instructions exactly to make sure this works
Tea water heater that is most excellent. There are those k-cups in all the hotels Currently, I cannot make a cup of tea because the water in the cup makers isn't heated up. I can get my tea box out of my suitcase almost as fast as I can get the water in a ceramic mug hot. If you follow the instructions, it will only be plugged in or unplugged when it was immersed, as you cannot miss it. When you plug/unplug it while it's not immersed, it has a fuse designed to break the circuit, so that it can't start a fire. It will pop the first time you plug it in or out when it's not immersed. When you use it properly, you can get a great deal out of this travel appliance.
| Oct 16, 2020
Norpro is what you need! For more than forty years, we have used immersion heaters to make tea and coffee at Norpro In spite of the fact that some brands do fail, we suspect that most of the time it isn't a defective immersion heater but rather an inexperienced The coil would ALWAYS be immersed, if it was ALWAYS submerged The land is flooded- If you are going to plug it in and leave the device under water for at least fifteen to twenty seconds after unplugging it- It takes several years for the coils to function properly
There seems to be only one winner among the bunch, and that is the Norpro We have three and they all work well (We also bought The Clark heater was slow to heat water, as it took over ten minutes to barely warm As a comparison, the Norpro warms a cup of water in about 2 1/2 minutes, and a 16-quart oven takes 16 minutes I can boil a 12-ounce mug of water in about twice that time. Although the water around the immersion heater does boil in that amount of time, the rest of the water is not hot enough to boil, although it is hot enough to make tea, instant coffee, or pour over immerse the immersion heater in anything other than The coil should first be removed from the water after it has been heated. If you need to use scalding water, just do so in any suitable way. It is important to note that the plastic 'clip' fits rims of most 6-inch wheels You will need 8 ounces. They do fit around the rim of a larger mug, but rarely do they fit over it. By dropping it into an overheated space, you run the risk of electric shock or the heater being damaged The size of your head is over the water in this mug! (It is possible to suspend a metal skewer from the mug's rim by sticking it in the space between the coils. The skewer can be extended to the top of the mug, thereby enabling one to suspend the immersion heater at the proper level. With a standard cup, the clip alone works great. Although Norpro is a very valuable asset for us on the road, I also use their cup heater at home!.
| Jun 20, 2021
I wanted a second one for my nightstand because I can't stand My morning tea was constantly being reheated in the microwave
I bought the first one of these for my office so I can keep the second half warm. My nightstand is furnished with a second one that I use for chamomile tea in the evenings. It heats VERY fast and if you don't watch it too closely, So, why only four stars instead of five? At the expense of having to plug it in every time you use it and unplug it after you're done with it is a big inconvenience. There is a switch needed to operate it. There isn't much they can't do. It would be so simple for them. As a matter of fact, I modified both of mine so that I have no trouble switching them on and off (see image). There was an Amazon listing for ninety bucks for these 10 amp switches (four times the amperage of the heater). There are nine cents in it. It is easy to install. - br -.
| Mar 22, 2021
It gets very hot very quickly! I love you! A quick boiling of cold water can be achieved with this little fellow! It does, however, come with a sharp clip that you need to be careful of
It caused quite a deep cut on my arm. Having the hubby sanded the sharp edge is what I will do. You can't cut it if you love it!.
| Sep 10, 2020
The Norpro heater I received has been working great
It looks great and seems to work well. For years, I've carried an immersion heater, and my room at a motel last month became cold without it. As recommended, follow the instructions and do not plug it in when not in water, and unplug it before you remove it from water. I just received this Norpro heater, and it seems to work just fine. As time goes on, I hope this one will last as long as the one I lost.
The purchase was well worth it! The reviews and answers to my questions were helpful in deciding whether to purchase this product
It heats up very quickly. Follow the directions, but don't disregard them. Plug the device into the liquid before plugging it in, and take it out of the liquid before unplugging it. This purchase has been a good investment for me.
| Oct 27, 2020
It's a device from the past that's just as great today as it was back then
Quite simply, it is a container made of metal that has been around for at least 40 years. In addition to fitting easily into a small purse, it is perfect for heating plain out of the box drinks like coffee and tea right at your desk. It is not recommended for this device to be used to heat food products such as Make sure to also pay attention to the fill line on the device. Do not immerse it in water above that line. Do not immerse a portion of the device used to clip to your cup in water. It is imperative to always keep this device submerged in water whenever you plug it in, use it, and unplug it, or it will be damaged. This device can be conveniently plugged into a nearby outlet at your desk or kitchen table and has enough cord for a comfortable connection. I think this is a handy little gadget, all in all.
| Aug 26, 2020
This is an awesome product
A world traveler who has experience in this field recommended the purchase. I honestly do not know what to do without this advice! After arriving in Croatia, I began a 15-day tour of Italy and Croatia. Because it took too much space in my luggage and I am not confident that hotel room water boilers are clean, I did not want to bring my usual water heater with me. We should take a look at this The hickey got the job done. A ceramic mug, a portable reheater and water were soaked in the water. I plugged in the portable reheater and it worked like a charm. If you plan to use this abroad, you will require an electrical converter, and I found that my converter worked perfectly with this. The gadget must also be submerged in water before it can be plugged Also, if you plan on using the product, you should use a ceramic or plastic mug, not a paper or plastic one, as we're talking about high temperatures. My ceramic mug was one of the items I left in my hotel room before leaving italy, wrapped in socks and underwear to keep it from being damaged. I was also worried about overweight luggage returning home, so I had dumped it there before leaving. Upon washing it, I left it in the room with a note to the housekeeper that she could keep it for myself as a gift. Thus, I advise travelers to take a second mug they can do without just in case there is a breakage or if a trash can filled with coffee has to be filled in time to get.
| Feb 03, 2021