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Yzakka Stainless Steel Shabu Hot with with Divider for Induction Cooktop Gas Stove Include Pot Spoon, 30cm, With With Cover

Yzakka Stainless Steel Shabu Hot with with Divider for Induction Cooktop Gas Stove Include Pot Spoon, 30cm, With With Cover

Size: 30cm – 12 inches, 32cm – 12.6 inches, 34cm – 13.4 inches
Weight: 30cm – 12oz, 32cm – 15oz, 34cm – 16oz;
Weight of pot with cover: 30cm – 39oz, 32cm – 46oz, 34cm – 53oz
Material: stainless steel
Features: good heat-conduction, durable, cool touch handles, two separate compartments, easy clean and storage
Used for both gas stove and induction cooker
WARNING: There is a scratch at bottom because the divider needs to be sealed.

Product Features

  • For leaking issue, please check the last picture on left side or product description
  • Size: 30cm/11.8 inches, 34cm/13.3 inches; Weight of pot: 30cm – 12oz, 34cm – 16oz; Weight of pot with cover: 30cm – 39oz, 34cm – 53oz (approximately)
  • Material: stainless steel, durable and light pot,used for both gas stove and induction cooker, spoons may vary
  • Fast heat conduction, long food insulation and non-stick; Cool touch handles, easy to clean and storage
  • WARNING: There is a scratch at bottom because the divider needs to be sealed

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2 comments

  1. Great value 5 stars for the price. 34cm works well with little sheep spice mix. 6 cups of soup on each side leaves just over an inch to the top edge so there is plenty of room to dump stuff in. Devider worked well with no cross contamination between regular and spicy. Pan Is light but not flimsy. Our hot pot patio table uses a Coleman single burner camp stove and it had no trouble bringing contents up to a boil and maintaining. Recommend this Hot Pot for anyone looking for a simple to use 2 sided hot pot…

  2. Just what you need to make a great fun dinner! My kids and I discovered Shabu Shabu (or hot pot) a few years ago and we recently started making it at home. It is delicious, healthy, and fun – what more could you ask? Our main problem was what pot to use to make it in. I bought a burner that sits on the table, so we can all sit around it and make our food, but using a large stock pot was awkward because the sides are so high. Also, my son and I prefer spicy broth but my daughter prefers no spice. We saw a divided shabu shabu pot at a…

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