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Amazon Price: $35.21 (as of May 30, 2016 1:38 pm –
Heat things up while on the go with this 12-volt portable stove. Hungry? This handy portable stove warms food up to 300 degrees and is easy to bring along. It can be used to heat most kinds of pre-cooked food, and is ideal for stews, beans, chops, rice meals, hot dishes/goulash, and more. It doesn't consume much power but will heat a good-sized portion in approximately one hour. Plugs into most 12V lighter-type sockets.
one happy trucker
735 people found this helpful
It really gets old eating fast food while out on the road.I’m a trucker and thats all they have in most travel centers.On Christmas my girlfriend got me this,and its the best gift I could have gotten.This is a tackle box stove, and its mainly a food warmer.This will get pretty hot also,and after plugged in for only 10 minutes the bottom plate has plenty of heat.I can pull into a rest area,throw some hot pockets or burritos in it.Then head down the road and then pull over and have lunch in about an hour.This stove saves me a whole lot of money as well,as i really don’t have a need to eat out when I’m on the road.In the morning i can put some sausage biscuits in it and in 30 min. there piping hot.As for dinner i can warm up leftover pizza,lasagna,soups, or pretty much any frozen food and it comes out great.If theres any negative thing to this stove,I’m not sure what it would be.Its prefect for a someone running solo or a team.So if you want to eat healthier on the road or just to be able to bring some real good food with you,this would be the item to have.
Great for eating on the go.
205 people found this helpful
I want o start by saying the image shown doesn’t really look like the Roadpro I got, the one pictured looks cheaply made and flimsy. The one I got looks much better built. Also there are no tins, not a big deal as I had some already (and I recommend getting some they will be handy)
137 people found this helpful
Go to Walmart to buy the disposible aluminum meatloaf pans… $1.00 or so for 3.
Your Mail Carrier approves!
229 people found this helpful
I’m a Letter Carrier for the US Postal Service here in Alaska. My route does not afford any stores or restraunts on it. I saw this and read most of the feed back, I thought it was a good idea.
82 people found this helpful
Oh man! This thing is sweet, no more fast food or sandwiches for me. At dinner time, put your lunch in a foil loaf pan and cover it with foil. In the morning put lunch in your cooler. Stick it in your Road Pro 30 minutes before lunch time then chow down on home made food. After a couple months, recycle the used foil to pay for more loaf pans.
Damn really this s*** really works!
51 people found this helpful
Quick story. Im a security guard at a luxurious apartment complex.haha and i get to not use the companies microwave or refrigerator. My boss said to eaty cold sandwiches. No. Im mexican.so no. Anyways.I bought this WONDERFUL little stove that brought happiness and peace to my soul and tummy.haha.Stop looking elsewhere 🙂 and it aint expensive. Yay!
Reheats well, draws lots of power, some tips…
25 people found this helpful
I bought this in the event I travel (rare) or for power outages at my house (just run out to the van to cook instead.) So I probably won’t use it much.
Can be used for more than just heating food.
12 people found this helpful
Love it! The foil pan liners can normally be purchased from your local Walmart (for me $0.88 for three) so skip the grossly overpriced pans here on Amazon. I drove tankers to rural Northern Canada from the US with few truck stops that had full services to shower. I doubled the foil pan while warming my food which allowed me to sandwich disposable washcloths between the pans, for a very HOT ‘bath’ later. Doesn’t replace a real shower, but when you are several hundred miles out, it gets a bit of the funk out. Highly recommend for all drivers.
10 people found this helpful
I’m just getting back into OTR trucking, & am on the road for weeks at a time. I bought one of these small ovens about two months ago, to try.
Fantastic for us On the Roaders
13 people found this helpful
This thing is awesome for those of us on the road all the time for work and don’t wanna eat fast food or sammiches. Bought some little aluminum bread pans. They cost me 88c for 5 from Wally World. Both times I’ve used it, yesterday and today it had my homemade chili piping hot in less than 30min. Granted it may take longer depending on how much you are heating up. I’m not a truck driver but I’m in my van about 20hrs a week out of 40 and I drive about 40k miles a year for work. This thing is godsend. Only beef is the latch is flimsy so take care opening and closing the latch. Other than that it’s a must.