Boil water in minutes - anywhere. This compact heating coil brings water to a boil for coffee, tea, soup, hot chocolate and more, all around the world (it's dual-voltage!). Includes an adaptor plug for Continental Europe. UL-approved. (5" long)
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Travel with the Dual Voltage Heating Coil and you'll never be without that morning cup of coffee. This dual voltage heater boils water for all kinds of instant beverages, and is compact enough to pack in any bag. Comes with a European adaptor plug and handy travel pouch.
- Dual voltage - 110/220
- Boils water in minutes for all kinds of instant beverages or for coffee and tea
- Includes burn guard
- Includes a European adaptor plug and travel pouch
- Brings water to a boil in 3-5 minutes at 220V
- Brings water to a boil in approximately 10 minutes at 110V
Size: 5" long
Weight: 5 oz
Materials: Metal, plastic
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Product TypeCompact dual volt travel immersion liquid heater
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By SADHANA, Reisterstown, MD in September, 2013
Dual voltage heating rod
I used this heating rod which lasted for 6 years which was made in Taiwan., then another one was made in China lasted only 12 days !!!!
By Ellen, VA in April, 2013
Don't buy this for US or Canada
Do not buy this heating coil if you want actual boiling water in the US or Canada - i.e. on 110 volts. We have two coils. We filled identical mugs with cold water, inserted the coil, plugged in the coil - and waited. After 15 minutes the water in each mug had reached 180F. After 20 minutes it had reached 210F. Assuming you are willing to wait, this may be hot enough for some things, but it is definitely not a rolling boil, which one needs to make proper tea. I will take mine to Europe in late May, and have hopes that it will actually boil water there (and in less than 20 minutes!). But don't expect to use it successfully anywhere with 110 volts.
This is the only item I've ever bought from Magellan that disappointed me.
By Jenny H., Sandston, VA in October, 2012
bought as a gift for my mother; she had an old one that finally died and wanted another for traveling. haven't heard anything thing bad about it so I'm guessing it works great.
By Gennifer C., Huntington, WV in July, 2012
Do not buy
Bought two for overseas travel. Both burnt out after one use. Disappointing. Do not buy. Shop around for something better.
By Gene P., Seattle, WA in May, 2012
Simple, light and it works
This is a simple tool--it heats water in a cup. If you're a tea drinker, you know how often a coffee pot in a hotel room simply won't cut it for heating tea water. With this, you can simply heat water in a cup and make tea without the funny taste from a dual use coffee maker. It packs easily, takes almost no space, and works effeciently. We are quite happy with it.
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