Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5 out of 5 by RVingGrandmother RV Meals for one
This little gem only requires 50 watts of power so it can run from an inverter while driving-meal ready when I hit a rest stop without a restaurant.
Upon arrival at a campground mine gets daily use heating soup, water for tea or coffee, Brussels sprouts and reheating leftovers when I go out to eat.
I solved the on/off switch issue with a plug-in flip switch I bought in the electrical department at WalMart. This is a necessity for me because a disability limits my strength and pulling/pushing on plugs can result in spills or other disasters.
February 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by hilv cute and handy
this is such a cute item when I show it to people they go "awww". It works very well with two little blips: the rubber cover is hard to get off but when it is heating something up it comes off easily, which is good. And the cord is hard to get back into place in the plug holder in the bottom. it never quite seems to make it around and in. But overall it does what is advertised and is a nice way to have a hot lunch at your desk with your favorite leftovers.
February 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bb8530 Perfect for use in truck
This thing has saved me probably over thousand dollars over last year. It's great for heating up cans of soup or leftovers.
When I bought this I was a little worried about the stainless steel liner, I figured it was going to be a royal pain to clean,but cleaning is extremely easy.
I've used this product 6 days a week for a year now only problem I've had is the power cord the shielding is cracking where it goes into the pot
January 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JenP Wish I would have known these exist earlier!
I use this every day at work for my lunch. I leave the base at work and bring the food container with me in the morning, drop it in, and by lunch time have a nice hot lunch. Sure beats having to use the dirty microwave that everyone else uses! I've heated up soup, meatloaf, pasta, rice, chicken, and it all turns out great.
January 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Love this product.
I love the fact that I fill it in the morning before I go to work. Then when I get there all I have to do is plug it in and by lunch time I have a hot lunch.
May 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sherrie51 Love colors available
I love this little thing. I can have a hot lunch every day of the week without leaving my desk. I get to work in the morning, plug my leftovers or soup in and by 1100 my lunch is hot and waiting on me. I would like to see a unit with maybe a high/low control and maybe a vent to let the excess moisture escape during heating. Lid tends to be a little drippy when you open. Otherwise, a great little product!
February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by magct This is a great product
I love this mini crock pot. It holds about 20 oz - more than enough
for a lunch. I use it at work and bring leftovers, soup (a Campbells size can fits). Heats slowly and keeps food moist.
I was concerned about the grey inner lid and seal - wasn't sure I could get it off after the food was heated but amazingly, it pops up during the heating process and makes it so easy to get to your food
February 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by stanger Doesn't leak smells
Awesome product. Doesn't smell up the office with food smells which would annoy coworkers. Seems to heat to the perfect temperature whether it's on for almost 4 hours or as little as 2 hours. I add cheese about 20 minutes before lunch and keep it unplugged until lunch. It's small and only takes up the space of an insulated lunch container. The cord wraps in a manner so it looks like a non-electric container (so it doesn't draw attention to itself). The handle is great for carrying, so I usually keep the unit all together and carry it back and forth each day instead of keeping the unit at work and just carrying the removable liner container. The removable container and cover are very easy to hand-wash. It holds the perfect amount of food - enough to make me uncomfortably full (so I don't have to worry about being hungry after lunch).
April 24, 2014