Panasonic NC-EH22PC 2-2/7-Quart Electric Thermo Pot

 
List Price: $74.99

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Product Description

PANASONIC NCEH22PC THERMAL POT (2.3 QUART)ELECTRIC THERMAL POT; BOIL and KEEP WARM FEATURES; 4 TEMPERATURE SETTINGS; WATER GAUGE; ENERGY SAVER; NON-STICK INTERIOR; 2.3-QT CAPACITY

Features:
  • Electric thermo pot boils and dispenses up to 2-2/7 quarts of water
  • 4 variable keep-warm settings; 6-hour energy-saving timer; dechlorination mode
  • Cool-touch exterior, magnetic power cord, and locking lid for safety
  • Water-level gauge; low-water warning; non-stick coated interior
  • Measures approximately 8-1/2 by 9-2/5 by 11-2/7 inches; 1-year limited warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • Amazing, Convenient
    Easy to take care of, efficient, had it for months now and the inner coating is still in tact and everything works well. A good buy....more info
  • Panasonic NC-EH22PC 2-2/7-Quart Electric Thermo Pot
    We purchsed this to replace our last panasonic thermo pot that finally died after 3 years. We use it almost every day....more info
  • Less expensive, smaller capacity and easier to clean
    We bought the Panasonic NC-EH22PC water boiler in February of 2009 and are overall satisfied with the performance and price. We used to own a Tiger 3L water boiler which worked well also but was much more expensive (over 2X). The Panasonic unit we bought has only a 2L capacity but it's engough for our use and is also easier to clean. I would recommend this model if you want a small, reliable and relatively inexpensive electric water boiler....more info
  • Yes tea!
    I really like it, it boils water for me and keeps it warms so I can use it any time. Works just like it is expected to....more info
  • Very practical and easy to use
    I'm always comfortable with the name Panasonic. Reasonably priced with free shipping! I would give it a 5-star rating if it comes with a stainless steel interior instead of a non-stick coated interior. ...more info
  • Perfect except....
    First off I love my Panasonic Thermo Pot, it works perfectly, quickly & reliably. But I have two things I would like to see changed on future models. The lid removal is a little tricky, I'm always afraid I'm gonna break/snap the plastic as I try to get it to release. Also, there are a series of lights that flash or don't flash depending on what's going on with the machine. So I had to read the owners manual to know which meant what. If those two things were changed it would have gotten 5 stars. Panasonic is & always has been great stuff. Product is made in Thailand not Japan just for your information. ...more info
  • Good choice
    This is very good product. Same quality but 1/2 of what I would pay for another brand (Z), I been their loyal customer for over 20 years. But when the $ is issue, you got to find a better way to spend it....more info
  • Great all-day alternative for the electric kettles
    For Valentine's Day, my fiancee wanted something to get her up and running with tea early in the morning. After looking at a number of other electric kettles and pots, the Panasonic/Zojirushi style pots caught my eye and seemed like an interesting alternative to the teapot styles offered elsewhere.

    After a few days of use, this has turned out to deliver on all promises made. It holds about 4-5 healthy cups of hot water. The alternatives for boiling, super-crazy-hot, green tea setting, and baby-milk setting (all digital) are more than you'll find on all but the most fully featured carafe-style pots.

    At the end of the day, however, distinction should be made between the teapots and this. The teapots boast the ability to boil water in under 5 minutes. This model takes around 20 minutes to get to a boil: not much better than a stove-top model. However, for an energy efficient and convenient way to have hot water on hand all day, it beats the pants off other solutions....more info
  • Great thermo pot
    My relatives have an equivalent Zojirushi model. The only difference is this one only has a 6 hour delay whereas the Zojirushi has a longer delay setting. It actually seems like the Panasonic insulates and holds the heat in better than the Zojirushi as it doesn't seem to reheat as often. I'm sure it would save a few pennies in power costs if I could delay it a little longer while I'm away at work all day but it isn't worth almost double the price to get that. That's the only reason for the 4 stars instead of 5. I actually like and prefer the nonstick interior and unless you've got hard water, you don't have to clean it as often as they suggest. It's over a month for mine being used every day and it doesn't look any different than when I bought it. I figure I'll clean it with lemon juice every other month.

    Note that you don't have to buy the special cleaning solution. Make your own citric acid with a half cup of lemon juice concentrate mixed in with the water and then run it through the cleaning cycle. If you use fresh lemons make sure you get the pulp out....more info
  • convenient, good quality and cute
    I love this Thermo Pot.

    I used to boil hot water (added a bit cold filtered water) or used bottle warmer to make a warm formula for my newborn, but not anymore with this. It saves me so much time to make formula. Not mention during the night when baby is crying for milk. It's also very good for making hot tea or hot coco at anytime in a cold winter.

    The size of the pot is another good point. It fits to a small kitchen or a big kitchen if you don't want your counter is filled stuff.
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  • good buy
    It works well and is a good price. It is a compact and easy to use. The temprature setting function is useful....more info
  • Great all-day alternative for the electric kettles
    For Valentine's Day, my fiancee wanted something to get her up and running with tea early in the morning. After looking at a number of other electric kettles and pots, the Panasonic/Zojirushi style pots caught my eye and seemed like an interesting alternative to the teapot styles offered elsewhere.

    After a few days of use, this has turned out to deliver on all promises made. It holds about 4-5 healthy cups of hot water. The alternatives for boiling, super-crazy-hot, green tea setting, and baby-milk setting (all digital) are more than you'll find on all but the most fully featured carafe-style pots.

    At the end of the day, however, distinction should be made between the teapots and this. The teapots boast the ability to boil water in under 5 minutes. This model takes around 20 minutes to get to a boil: not much better than a stove-top model. However, for an energy efficient and convenient way to have hot water on hand all day, it beats the pants off other solutions....more info
  • Amazing, Convenient
    Easy to take care of, efficient, had it for months now and the inner coating is still in tact and everything works well. A good buy....more info