Sonya Electric Shabu Shabu Hotpot with BBQ Grill SYHS-4L, Bonus 2 Strainer Ladles

February 11, 2019 - Comment

Specification Model: SYHS-4L Voltage: 120V/60Hz Power: 1200W Hotpot, 600W Grill Material: Stainless steel (hotpot), non-stick coating (BBQ grill pan) Capacity: 4.0 L Bonus 2 Strainer Ladles Product Features 4L large capacity, bonus 2 Strainer Ladles Shabu shabu and grill at the same time Removable cooking pots and grill pan for convenient use Faster heating with

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Specification


Model: SYHS-4L

Voltage: 120V/60Hz

Power: 1200W Hotpot, 600W Grill

Material: Stainless steel (hotpot), non-stick coating (BBQ grill pan)

Capacity: 4.0 L

Bonus 2 Strainer Ladles

Product Features

  • 4L large capacity, bonus 2 Strainer Ladles
  • Shabu shabu and grill at the same time
  • Removable cooking pots and grill pan for convenient use
  • Faster heating with larger power: 1200W hotpot and 600W BBQ grill
  • Anti-skid feet to keep the pot sits evenly

Comments

Anonymous says:

Liquid on Each Side Stays Separate My engineer husband wants to use this pot for Shabu Shabu, but our daughter is vegetarian. Husband brought the water to a boil (16 minutes) and then dropped red food coloring in one side to see if it drifted to the other side. Nope. The red stayed on the right side, meaning we can have vegetable broth on one side and cook meat on the other.

Anonymous says:

It sounded almost like something was rattling

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:11 Mins Had to return it. It makes a tremendous amount of noise when working, i could hear it loudly clear across the house when i tried it for the first time with water. It sounded almost like something was rattling. I hoped it would go away but it kept going for 20 minutes. I tried it 2 more times just in case, but to no avail. Maybe it was a defective one?

Anonymous says:

Don’t get induction. Get this! I’ve used camp burners with butane canister cartridges for indoor hot pot. We’ve always done that in our household. But I really hate having to keep a count on how many cans of butane we have. There have been times we’ve prepared everything for hot pot and then realize that we are out of butane. So I’ve researched and looked for an alternative fuel for hot pot. I’ve tried those portable induction tops and it takes forever to get the liquid/broth boiling! Once you’ve added cold ingredients to…

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