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Spa Pro 6 Quartz Stone Heater W/Nonstick Reservoir
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Spa Pro 6 Quartz Stone Heater With Nonstick Reservoir

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$68.99

 

Spa Pro 6 Quartz Stone Heater With Non-stick Reservoir

This 6 Qt stone heater is ideal for smaller stone sets geared toward facials, manicures and pedicures . It has a Professional look with Stainless steel body and lid. This stone heater comes with stay cool silicon handles and removable Non Stick (Teflon) water reservoir that  is easy to clean . It has adjustable temperature control,  UL listed and features a grounded three prong plug. Limited One Year Warranty.
 Dimensions:17”L x 11.5” W x 9.5"H

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June 15, 2014
 
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Spa Pro 6 Quartz Stone Heater With Nonstick Reservoir

I have had this product for a few weeks now. I have used it about 4 times. So far, I am very pleased. I love the fact that the reservoir is removable. This makes it so much easier to fill and empty. It heats up quickly and cools down quickly. It isn't really big enough for a set of stones over 30 but that's okay for me as I use 20 stones at most. I would happily recommend this product to other massage therapists.

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Q: can you heat stones without water
Created on Sunday, April 6, 2014 by massage
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Q: What is the temperature range?
Created on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 by lynn
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