Uses for The Little Gourmet®:
- Boil Water Faster - Starting off with Little Gourmet hot water will lead to quicker boiling water
- Instant Water for Tea & Coffee - Quickly and easily make the perfect cup
- Clean Stubborn Stuck-on Messes - Difficult to clean dishes and utensils become easy with the cleaning power of instant hot water at your fingertips
- Warm Baby Food and Bottles - Little Gourmet hot water can quickly and safely warm baby food and bottles
- Loosen Jar Lids - Place the top of a jar briefly under the Little Gourmet to aid in removing difficult to open jar lids
- First Aid - Use Little Gourmet hot water to create a hot compress for quick pain relief
- Remove Labels from Bottles - A quick run under Little Gourmet hot water will remove labels and residue
- Remove Wax - Instant hot water from the Little Gourmet is perfect for removing wax from candle holders
- Melt Chocolate - Quickly create a double boiler with the Little Gourmet hot water to melt chocolate to perfection
- Warm Cooking Utensils - Use the Little Gourmet to warm beaters for creaming butter, a knife for cutting cheeses, or for ice cream scoops
- Reverse Osmosis Compatible: includes stainless steel inlet, stainless steel heating coil, and stainless steel tank
- 1300w Power: compared to 750w for Insinkerator
- Energy Efficient: uses less energy than a 40w light bulb
- 2.5 Quart Tank Size: equivalent to 5/8 gallon
- 3 Year Warranty
- Indicator Light
- Stainless Steel Housing
- Sensor Prevents Dry Start-Up
- Provides 190 Degree Water Instantly
- 7 3/4" Wide x 12" High x 8" Deep
We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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