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By Andy the HoboTraveler.Com

ISSUE:  084
DATE:  August 28, 2002
TIP:  Hot Water Cooker
LOCATION:  Koh Chang Island, Thailand

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HOT WATER COOKER
I have a one cup water heater.
I can plug it into 110 or 220
electricity. It can be used in any country.
It will heat a cup of water in about
2 minutes. I think it is faster than a
a microwave. And much smaller.

You can make:

Coffee,
Tea,
Soup
Boiled eggs

Lots of things.

You also can
Purify water.
Make hot water to clean clothes.

It is NOT just a cup.
You can also boil a bucket very quickly of
water.

LOOK at this heater.


WARNING WARNING WARNING

This device must be in the water
before you plug in, or you will
burn it up.

WARNING WARNING WARNING
Be careful when using around metal.
A metal pot or metal cup will or could
cause a problem.

I would call this one of the few things
I would always carry with me anywhere I
go. It normally cost less than 3 dollars.
They sell a very fancy one here in Thailand
for about 8 dollars. In South America they
cost about 2 dollars, or less.

You can also buy a 12 volt one.
Just another day in Paradise!
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