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RoadPro 12-Volt Portable Stove, Black

November 28, 2015 - Comment

Heat things up while on the go with this 12-volt portable stove. Hungry? This handy portable stove warms food up to 300 degrees and is easy to bring along. It can be used to heat most kinds of pre-cooked food, and is ideal for stews, beans, chops, rice meals, hot dishes/goulash,

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Heat things up while on the go with this 12-volt portable stove. Hungry? This handy portable stove warms food up to 300 degrees and is easy to bring along. It can be used to heat most kinds of pre-cooked food, and is ideal for stews, beans, chops, rice meals, hot dishes/goulash, and more. It doesn’t consume much power but will heat a good-sized portion in approximately one hour. Plugs into most 12V lighter-type sockets.

Product Features

  • Handy 12-volt portable stove
  • Warms food to 300 degrees
  • Can be used to heat most kinds of pre-cooked food
  • Plugs into most 12V lighter-type sockets
  • Ideal for stews, beans, chops, rice meals, hot dishes/goulash and more
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Comments

TJ says:

one happy trucker It really gets old eating fast food while out on the road.I’m a trucker and thats all they have in most travel centers.On Christmas my girlfriend got me this,and its the best gift I could have gotten.This is a tackle box stove, and its mainly a food warmer.This will get pretty hot also,and after plugged in for only 10 minutes the bottom plate has plenty of heat.I can pull into a rest area,throw some hot pockets or burritos in it.Then head down the road and then pull over and have lunch in about…

R. Moody says:

Great for eating on the go. I want o start by saying the image shown doesn’t really look like the Roadpro I got, the one pictured looks cheaply made and flimsy. The one I got looks much better built. Also there are no tins, not a big deal as I had some already (and I recommend getting some they will be handy) 

W. David Griggs says:

Overheard…. Go to Walmart to buy the disposible aluminum meatloaf pans… $1.00 or so for 3.Hint: While at Walmart, buy a Glass Meatload Pan with plastic travel cover… fits fine… wash and reuse forever. You’ll never have to buy expensive disposible again. Can freeze in them at home, put in ice chest, and reheat as they thaw for a meal.

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