Save Big After Stacking $15-$30 Off Plus 30% Off On One Of My Favorite Travel Accessories, The HotLogic Max Food Warming Oven!

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HotLogic is offering $15-$30 off, plus a stackable 30% off with code: DANSDEALS20

Pricing after the stackable savings, before shipping:

Standard HotLogic Ovens:

The mini will fit 1 standard takeout foil container, while the max will fit 2, or a 9×13 pan.

Also on sale are the XP versions, which have expandable pockets for additional storage.

Also on sale are vehicle versions, with DC charging instead of AC charging:

You can also get accessories on sale with the code above:

Shipping is a flat $5.95 for up to 3 ovens.

Also on sale is the Mini from Amazon for $34.95 shipped. The Max is on sale for $56.98 from Amazon and the Max XP is on sale for $73.98 from Amazon.

Dan’s note: I’ve traveled with HotLogics across several continents without easy access to kosher food, and it’s been incredible. I usually pack food in a Polar Bear cooler which kept everything frozen for days. While I used to travel with a toaster oven, I relied on HotLogic ovens for these trips, which are amazing because they take up very little space.

DDFers also use them for keeping food at a perfect temperature at home or on a Chol Hamoed outing.

The combo of a Polar Bear and HotLogic is a true game changer for kosher travel. It allows you to travel the globe without being tethered to locations that have kosher restaurants or relying on cans of tuna. Kosher travelers can now travel anywhere in the world and have delicious hot food on demand without being limited to destinations that have kosher restaurants.

Readers have also used these in hospitals to have delicious warm food on demand for an entire Shabbos or weekday.

I have used the HotLogic in-flight to have a delicious warm meal, and even to warm up some of the frozen parts of the airline supplied kosher meal, and let me tell you, a hot roll and dessert is a whole lot better than a frozen one! Thanks to its ultra low voltage, it works fine on a plane with the regular power supply.

A standard takeaway food tray, like if you buy a travel meal from a place like Pomegranate or take out food from a restaurant, will fit in the Mini oven. The HotLogic Max oven will fit 2 meals or a 9×13 pan!

We also used this power inverter to have hot food while driving around for the day and island hopping.

The HotLogic oven folds down next to nothing, making it an ideal travel mate. However while a toaster oven will warm up cold food in 20 minutes or frozen food in an hour, the HotLogic will take an hour to warm up cold food or a couple hours to warm up frozen food. That means you’ll have to plan your meals ahead of time and defrost meals in advance.

Want to speed up the process? If you buy 2 HotLogics you can take the warming trays and combine them into one bag to have the food warmed from both the bottom and the top to accelerate the warming process.

You can also put plastic or foil in the HotLogic without issue and you can put in food in the morning and leave it in there until evening and it will be fine. That’s because the HotLogic only gets up to 165 degrees, so it won’t melt plastic or overcook your food, but it will get your food hot with enough time.

As you only need 45 watts to power the mini or 100 watts to power the Casserole oven, you can use a basic voltage converter to use them overseas, though I have used it overseas without a converter as well without issue. I probably wouldn’t do that and leave it unsupervised though without a converter.

On the downside, you won’t be making crunchy nachos in a HotLogic like you can in a toaster oven. And you’ll need multiple HotLogic ovens to heat up meals for a whole family.

Using a HotLogic on a plane is not something that airlines are likely to encourage (though I have seen flight attendants using them as well for their own meals), but it was easier than gambling on whether I’d be able to persuade the flight attendant to warm up my own meal in the plane’s oven. Both the mini and max worked on a plane and it’s also a real game changer!

Have you traveled with a HotLogic oven?

  • Ideal for preparing healthy meals and warm comfort food for a group, at home and at parties, potlucks, or gatherings
  • Evenly cooks or reheats fresh or frozen meats and vegetables – even leftovers – without burning or drying your food
  • Compatible with most flat-bottom containers with sealable lids, including glass, plastic, Tupperware, metal, aluminum foil, and cardboard – up to 9x13x2.25 inches
  • Requires no monitoring – just place your meal inside, plug it in, and go about your day, whether it’s work or play
  • Backed by our make it right guarantee and a customer service team that has one job: to leave you utterly and completely overjoyed

HT: yelped, via DDF and notyettaken

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54 Comments On "Save Big After Stacking $15-$30 Off Plus 30% Off On One Of My Favorite Travel Accessories, The HotLogic Max Food Warming Oven!"

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Thank You Dan!

The timing of your post was perfect. I’m traveling to Boise tomorrow morning, just packed a cooler of food. I was planning on eating everything cold in the hotel. I just order a Hot Logic that will be delivered to my hotel. Thank you Dan!

shiframeir

Just to echo the love on this, i used the xl over a yom tov at the hospital and it was amazing, but one key benefit is its perfect for reheating a smoked brisket (hard to do usually). it stays at like 165 tops so if u cover and add a lil apple juice to the brisket and close the “oven” it slowly brings it to perfect temp without drying it out as much as some other methods (obv sous vide may be a better way depending on your options).

danR

code not working

PS

Is this safe to keep plugged in throughout shabbos?

M

Not sure about safety, but AYLOR About hatmana issues cuz if it gets tight inside you might not be allowed to keep it closed

Michael

If you checkout as a guest, hit the PayPal button right after you ad the item to cart and add promo code after PayPal sends you back to the website before final checkout (by clicking at the top of the page on the item)
You will not be charged sales tax! Wonder if that’s a mistake on Shopify end or the website end…

Jack

@dan,th invertor linked in the article is unavailable.
Do you have any other recommendations for a basic, but reliable, invertor?

Abe

We used the max when traveling in Iceland and it was great. We used it in the car, in a cabin and in the airport. It will need 30min to an hr to warm up your food and the bottom obviously gets warm/hot first. So just plan accordingly.

ymg

I had it plugged in for a whole Shabbos in the Hospital, worked out beautifully.
In order to avoid hatmana, make sure to leave it a bit opened.
I also use it for traveling, it is great!

Mia Flyer

@dan
any updated discount codes ?

Uri

Can it be left unattended in an empty house for a few hours on Shabbat?

Pessie Wargon

can you take this in carryon luggage. if you have tsa do you need to take this out

Yitzi

wow this is a game changer….I was thinking of going on a motobike tour in northern vietnam and wondering how and what I could eat. It like like it does the same job as a sous-vide, but with just one temp setting and no water needed.

I’ve been chilling in spots that have Chabad restaurants and/or other kosher outposts. This def helps when traveling outside those zones, like I was going to do on a recent PH trip.

Just gotta figure out how to get it over here in SEA since I wont be back to the US for a while.

AngieT

Code is not working as of 1:30 PM on July 5th. Bummer!!

josh

any thoughts on the voltage. want to bring one to israel to use and eu destinations

Dina

I’m wondering if you can plug the regular electric one into a car transformer plug. why not right? if the voltage is correct, it should work fine-

Louise

I’ve been experimenting with my 2 minis for a while. I make overnight oatmeal every night and that turns out great. I add an extra half cup of almond milk. Today I experimented with a casserole. I baked half of it in an oven and half in the mini. Sorry to say the oven was much better but I suppose if I was traveling I’d think the casserole was amazing. A few weeks ago I took a frozen stuffed chicken breast out of the freezer and cut up some zucchini and in a few hours I had a great dinner. I’ve left mine running for 25 hours as a (fake) Shabbat experiment and it worked fine. I’m still working on getting the unzipped food heating timed right. I haven’t used it on a real Shabbat yet.

Chaim

This was a lifesaver to have over Shabbos in the hospital!

LE

Do these work for the microwavable frozen meals?

Zalmen

I just got this for FREE on the new bed bath & beyond (overstock) website

Bentzi

Dan, do you take the PolarBear as carryon or do you check it?

Jeff

Drove up from Silver Spring to Buffalo last Thursday. Took my dinner out of the cooler about two hours away, plugged my mini into an inverter (Amazon sells many inverters, by the way), and I had a nice hot dinner by the time I got to my hotel. Great product!

Fafa123

Does the hot logic turn off after 12 hours? Seen some places report that it does and others say it doesn’t. Wondering if it can be used on Shabbos…

Tavster

Getting the following error for a Max:
DANSDEALS20 discount code isn’t valid for the items in your cart

MDY

Until when are their savings and your code valid?

CollegeGirl

Can I use the hot logic for Cholent over Shabbos?

Aaaaron

@dan what do you recommend for a cooler that fits on top of a hand luggage for business travel?

Afaik polar doesn’t make one tho their large on is indeed a game changer!

Expires

When does this sale end?

MDY

Still going and the discount code still works too!

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