Portable Warmer Lunch Box (110V)

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Portable Oven110V, Personal Food Warmer, Heating Lunch Box, Electric Slow Cooker For Meals Reheating & Raw Food Cooking for Office Work/Picnic/Camping/Family gathering(110V) (Black)

About Manufacturer Portable Oven Personal Food Warmer that warms Leftovers and cooking raw food, with automatic overheating protection function, safe to use and noiseless.

Parameters
Working Voltage: AC 110V
Dimension: 11.5inch x 9.1inch x 5.5inch
Automatic temperature up to 90 ℃(194℉)

How to Use this Portable Oven? 
1. Use container to pack prepared food
2. Place the container into the tote
3. plug the portable oven into an outlet, wait for 2-3 hours(frozen meals take longer)
4. Eat and enjoy your meal! 

Our bags Features:
✅ Easy to operate---Just plugin and use
✅ Easy to carry---This portable mini oven can be taken anywhere
✅ Enjoy delicious food -This only cooking raw food but also can reheat food
✅ Super high security---No worries about food getting burnt or blurred due to automatic temperature control system

Do you want to enjoy a beautiful day outdoors? Bring your lunch with you anywhere you want to go!

 

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Customer Reviews

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Kristin Ramirez
Quick response

I accidentally ordered the wrong items and the store was prompt in replying to my query. My problem was resolved within a short time they were very responsive

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Stacy DeMent
Nice size

Nice size big enough for a nice lunch but not too big and bulky. Great value wish would have bought sooner

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Addison Lafond
Y’all…….. home health dream

I use this as I work in home health and I’m constantly in car driving. These really helps me to not eat fast food or always eat cold lunches. Takes like 30 minutes to heat up refrigerated food. It’s awesome

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Bessie S.
Give it some time. It will heat your food.

This is a way to heat or cook food while using less power. I like to use a rectangular plastic container from a frozen meal. It's about the shape of the oven. I made spaghetti with canned sauce and frozen meatballs. I put the dry noodles on the bottom with about 1/4 cup of water then added an appropriate amount of sauce and meatballs. I sealed the top of the container with aluminum foil. I put it in the oven and plugged it into the outlet. About 5 hours later, I checked the meal. I used a food thermometer to verify the temperature in the center of the once frozen meatball and it was 165°. I recommend a thin bottom container and not too tall. Seal it well and if you have any doubts, check with a food thermometer.

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Works great, but mine did not have a container. Should one have been included?
Missing container?

Have used twice with packaged frozen meals & works great. It didn’t have a container included. Should there have been one?


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