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Panasonic NC-EH30PC 3.2 Quart Electric Thermo Pots

  • 3.2 Quart
  • Keep Warm Function
  • Water Leval Indicator
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When you are working hard at your desk and a yearn for a nice hot cup of coffee comes, it is very hard to break away from what you are doing to go hunt one down. With the 3.2 quart Electric Thermo Pot, you have the hot water source right there with you. Just fill it up in the morning; it will boil the water and hold it to its temperature all day. 4 variable keep-warm settings allow you to conveniently control the water temperature for different application. Just touch a button and you have instant hot water! Panasonic has even included a dechlorination mode to remove most of the chlorine taste, giving you fresh tasting water for your tea.

Safety features include a locking lid to avoid water spilling all over your work, should the unit tip over, and a magnetic power cord to disconnect to prevent the unit from tipping over. Other features include a nonstick coating for easy cleanup, easy-to-read water level gauge, low water warning and energy saving timer.

For your personal hot water needs this unit cannot be beat! Perfect for your office at work or home, or in the kitchen, the Panasonic NC-EH30PC Electric Thermo Pot will provide many cups of hot water for your beverage or food needs for many years!

  • newegg Serve and Enjoy Your Favorite Hot Beverage The Panasonic NC-EH30PC 3.2-quart electric thermo pot automatically boils water and keeps it warm. Dechlorination mode reduces chlorine in tap water for better tasting beverages.
  • newegg Temperature Selector Featuring 4 temperature settings, the Panasonic NC-EH30PC provides water with proper temperature for different application such as noodles, tea, coffee and more. The re-boil setting can make the water restart boiling.
  • newegg Safety Features and Easy Cleaning The Panasonic NC-EH30PC features a locking lid to prevent water from spilling out if the thermo pot happens to tip over and the magnetic power cord disconnects for added safety. With its non-stick coated interior, cleaning is extremely easy.


Learn more about 3.2 Quart Electric Thermo Pots

General

Brand
Panasonic
Name
3.2 Quart Electric Thermo Pots
Model
NC-EH30PC

Feature

Features
Electric thermo pot boils and dispenses up to 3.2 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

Spec

Capacity
3.2 Quart
Keep Warm Function
Yes
Water Leval Indicator
Yes
Body Color
White

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Baojian W.
  • 11/25/2013 11:42:01 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy it! Bad coating inside!

Pros: Quick boiling

Cons: The inside gets rusted and coating is falling off after 6 months of usage.
Bad custom service

Other Thoughts: After using this hot pot for six months, I found black debris floating in the hot water. I checked the inside of the pot and found the black coating on the bottom faded and the small filter turned black and rusted. I used a white tissue paper to dry the bottom. The tissue became black immediately. I realized the floating debris are from the bad coating, so I called Panasonic custom service. A guy named Anthony Bucci asked me to send the pot to them for checking. I did not receive any response for two months after I sent the pot to Panasonic, so I called Anthony again. He told me that the coating was damaged because the pot was cleaned by hard brush. I have no idea why they jumped to the conclusion like that. We NEVER use anything to touch the inside of the pot except one time with that tissue paper as I mentioned above. The only way we cleaned the pot was to rinse with water. I am disappointed with the bad products and bad custom service from Panasonic. I will never buy any Panasonic products any more. I told my friends and colleagues about this bad experience. They all think Panasonic loses valuable customers.

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  • Joe H.
  • 1/4/2010 1:54:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood value thermo pot

Pros: -great magnetic plug
-great value for money
-does not drip
-has a charcoal coating which is good for tea
-does not over boil water making tea taste flat

Cons: -As stated in instruction manual, there is a plastic smell from manufacturing resins when you first use it, After 4-5 full pots dispensed it mostly disappears. Now the only area of the pot that smells is the spout where the water comes out of, and this is a very very faint smell (I have a very sensitive nose) and is slowly disappearing with each use (I have used it around 20-30 times so far. note that the smell never carried over to the water, even on the first flush of the pot, so I imagine it is safe to drink, even though I did not drink from it until the 4-5 run through


-takes a VERY long time to adjust temperatures down ie. going from 208-> 160 takes hours
...because of this I usually just leave it at 208 and manually cool my water by transferring it from cup to cup, occasionally checking with a beverage thermometer, for teas that brew at lower temps

Other Thoughts: -if you don't fill to max the boiling time is much shorter, usually I fill up to about 1.75 liters with cold water and it takes about 10-15 mins for it to be ready to dispense at 208
-adjusting temp up does not take much time
-This is a great appliance

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  • Cem T.
  • 11/9/2009 2:37:30 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat water heater

Pros: Durable
Kept my water warm throughout the weekend (little water loss and no taste alteration)
Low energy consumption (while keeping the water warm)
Dispenser doesn't drip after you let go of the button.
4 temp control is useful (esp as a tea drinker)
The magnet elect inlet is great

Cons: -none

Other Thoughts: Overall the best water heater I have ever owned

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/25/2009 1:28:37 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggseggcellent

Pros: Finally, a hot water heater that is decent. I've wasted money at the store on several different "hot water makers" and "electric kettles" that start actually breaking and leaves chunks of that protective stuff in the water (yeah--lot of protection, right?).

Finally, I spent some money (partially because I trust the brand with absolutely everything they make) and bought one of the higher end Panasonic Thermo Pot, andam loving it.

It's temperature settings are great--it brings up the water to a boil, then cools down to whatever you want. 4 temps are enough, you don't really need to get more specific. I almost always keep mine at 208º--I like my tea near boiling, so it's the absolutely perfect temperature setting (well.. maybe 211º would be lol). It's also got a cool 6-hour delay button, so if you don't need it heated right away, you can still fill it up and plan for later.

I keep it plugged in and water hot almost 24/7, and it has zero problems doing this.

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Cons: As with other reviews, it does take a while to heat. It takes considerably longer than heating water on the stove, and is contrary of the small units (what I was used to) that like boil water in under 30 seconds. On the other hand, you almost always have 208º boiling hot water right there, instantly, without any wait at all. So I don't count that against the unit.

Plastic buttons for the controls and lights seem sort of cheap, but in all actuality they haven't shown any sort of ware and I have no idea how long the material will last..

The print on these buttons is HUGE and not graphically designed at all-it's skewed to fit and stuff HAHA. It seems like some CEO typed them up to get the product out the door quicker or something. But if you have poor eyesight, it really is large print--you'll appreciate it.

Also, it's just stock Fareinheit. I would be surprised if they offered an "option" to change it to Celsius (or Kelvin!? Anyone?) but showing both F/C would be most welc

Other Thoughts: I have a slight different (newer and larger) version of this thermopot.
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* I'm really impressed with it's filter. It's only a metal mesh thing, but it keeps all of the hard water out of the spout. All of my other hot water maker things end up with white stuff all over in my tea, and a milky white oil type material that lays on the top layer of the water after being heated in them. It only happens after the units ware out. This Panasonic Thermo Pot filters it all--it's still in the source water, but it never makes it to my cup. It's awesome.

I also have to compliment its plug. It's similar to the Apple laptops--the power plug is all magnetic--meaning it stays in very well, is very easy to connect, and if you trip on it, the cord comes out of the unit instead of tipping over the unit and spilling scalding hot water all over the place. It also allows you to plug it in behind something--a fridge or microwwave, etc--and be able to unplug from the wall to go refill it.

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  • Derek O.
  • 12/31/2008 6:08:36 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat for tea drinkers

Pros: this pot has 4 settings. If you drink alot of loose leaf Asian tea, this is extremely valuable. powdered green tea needs the lowest temperature or it will burn. higher grade green teas work best at 180, regular grade teas brew at 190, and boiling water for English tea or making instant noodles. price at newegg is competitive. Having tthe proper temperature water is not only convenient, it improves the tea experience.

Cons: the larger your pot the longer it takes to boil. it can be annoying if you need to refill your pot to serve more guests, and you need to wait for the pot to reboil.

Other Thoughts: price at newegg is competitive. I have no idea why the Zojirushi brand equivalents are more than twice the price. The Panasonic ones work just as well.

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