About Wagan Hot Pot - 12V
Closeouts. The Wagan Hot Pot is ready for your next cross-country adventure. Just hook the AC adapter up to your car, mount the Hot Pot on your door or side wall and enjoy hot beverages throughout your journey.
- Excellent for long-distance driving and camping
- Water boils in approximately 15 to 30 minutes
- Plug attaches to 12V car port
- Metal clip allows for attachment to door or side wall
- Height: 9”
- Diameter: 3-¾”
- Capacity: 20 fl.oz.
- Material: Composite
- Closeouts. China.
Specs about Wagan Hot Pot - 12V
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Delger from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on Tuesday, September 7, 2010The best product i've practiced. I'll buy it more and present them to my friends so that they can travel more comfortable.
- Best Uses: Transportation
- Car/Motorcycle Describe yourself: Casual Driver
- Cons: Limited Use
- Pros: Powerful
Reviewed by clip snipper from Newark Ohio on Sunday, June 27, 2010This might have been a good product, but it leaked the first time I used it. It comes with a mount that you are supposed to stick down the inside of a car door next to the window and then bend it over to expose a slot that a tab on the unit fits. That is weird but it seemed to work ok.
The first time I filled it up and brought it out for a long car trip, I thought I must have spilled a little or something. However, it kept dripping on my leg all morning until I finally had to pour everything out.
YMMV but mine was a piece of junk.
- Cons: Leaks
- Pros: Heats
Question & Answer
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Once it is boiling you will need to unplug it from the lighter.
This item uses 96 Watts, with an 8 Amp maximum with 10 amp fuse. I hope this helps.
“On the Wagan Hot Pot Thermos it says on the main page, the metal clip allows for attachment to the door or side wall. My question is, "where is the metal clip"? I can't see it in the 2 pictures.|Thanking you in advance|Ms. B. Wells”
This pot has a handy clip to hold your thermos up on your door. The clip is an L shape piece of metal before you bend it that hooks into a hook that is on the back of the thermos. It is a sturdy system. You bend the metal piece and stick down the window edge on the door. I hope this helps!
It is designed for liquids, like water, coffee, milk or tea. It would work for soup too.