Last week I bought a small electric water heater for the equivalent of about three U.S. bucks. Although it said "Japan Standard" on it, I knew that it was NOT Japanese made. I knew that for two reasons; first of all it would have been a lot more expensive if it was, and secondly it would have been much higher quality. But hey, I got my money's worth just from reading the "Englonesian" (that's a word I made up for this kind of English) on the box. Check it out:
Below is the back of the box. This is one serious little heater pot! I mean, where else can you get a pot with all these amazing features for so little money!!! They get better the further down you go, so don't skip any. I'll type them out below, just in case you can't read the features in the picture very well. I especially like the part about the empress. Empress? What the...? The $3 water heater pot includes an "empress" to link the plug??? My version was missing the empress I'm pretty sure.
- This product orientation opens the heating in the liquid material.
- The electric plug first essentials then can put the good power supply after put the good electric appliances product.
- After water boil, want to break to open the power supply first, the empress will link the plug on the electric appliances to take away, then can pour out to be heat liquid.
- Strictly forbid to have no water to get empty to burn, in order to prevent damage component.
- Heat the liquid material shouldn't exceed the capacity(4/5) in order to prevent spillage.
- There will be the jot to emit smoke the phenomenon when this product connect the power supply for the first time, this is to give or get an electric shock the hot work normal phenomenon.Ask customer to trust the usage.
Well, as you can see above, the first time I plugged it in, there was indeed "the jot to emit smoke"...but still no empress showed up. I wasn't sure about the "give or get an electric shock the hot work normal phenomenon" part of the operation, but frankly I just stood back with total awe and admiration. After all, I, as the customer, was asked "to trust the usage." And you know what? In about seven minutes I had two boiling cups of hot water, albeit seasoned with a touch of electrical smoke and melted plastic. But hey, that's a whole lot of entertainment AND functionality for just three dollars! :)
My challenge for you this week: go out to your workplace, your school, your home, wherever you are, and proudly, courageously DEFEND THE STEM BURN! You won't regret it!