Date: Apr 27, 2012
Hi, I was wondering if this warmer needed to be plugged in to an outlet, or if it will take batteries.
This bottle warmer needs to be plugged into a wall outlet.
From: Okatie, SC
Date: May 04, 2012
Does this come with the insert and squeeze bottles?
Hi. Yes, this comes with the insert/holder and squeeze bottles. Thanks!
From: Encinitas, CA
Date: Jul 24, 2012
I'm looking for an option to hold marinara hot. Can this maintain temps at 145-165?
Hi. Sorry, if you are using the included bottles, you should not exceed 125 degrees (that is why there is a knob lock). The base itself can go up to 200 degrees if you decide to use it with an insert pan and no bottles. Thanks!
Date: Sep 24, 2012
I am concerned about the leaching potential of plastic bottles under heat. I use squeeze bottles for hot fudge/caramel sauce. What temperatures are reached with this unit and does this resolve the leaching potential. I know that stainless steel heating units with pumps exist but the serves prefer the ease of using the squeeze bottles. I also know that high density plastic bottles are better but do they also leach under heat and what heat intensity are we talking about. Help. I would love any information. Amelia Bucci
Hi. The base itself can go up to 200 degrees, but if you are using the included high-density bottles, you should not exceed 125 degrees. Thanks!
From: San Jose Ca
Date: Nov 29, 2012
Hi - how many amPs does the unit draw?
Hi. The only electrical data we have for this warmer is:
From: GIlroy, CA
Date: Feb 09, 2014
Your website says that this product holds toppings in a dry vessel. However, the Server website, and the customer representative I spoke with at Server, states that it is designed to be used with water in the cell. How is this to be used dry? How does this affect the warmer itself? I would prefer to use it dry, but need to ensure that the product will be OK, and it will not damage the unit or void any warranty. Thanks, Craig
Hello, this product does indeed need a water bath. The description for this product will be updated to reflect this. Thank you!
From: Saint Louis, MO
Date: Oct 21, 2015
I just recently purchased this product. I am going to use it to keep nutella, hot fudge hot for my crepes but i don't know what temperature to set it on. Any ideas?
Hello, to my knowledge the server warmers feature a thermostat that turns the heating element on or off as needed to eliminate burning or scorching. However, I do recommend you contact the manufacturer, Server Products, directly for their expertise. They can be reached at 800.558.8722 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck! Those crepes sound Amazing. Thank you!
From: Hartsville sc
Date: May 23, 2016
I understand that the bottles set in a water bath. My question is when i pull the bottles out will it have water dripping from bottom of bottle or are they in a sealed insert that keeps the bottles dry?
Hello, the bottles sit directly in the heated water, so there will be some dripping when removed. Thank you!
From: hartsville sc
Date: May 23, 2016
Will the bottles have water on them when removed from holder or do they set in a sealed holder?
Hello, the bottles sit directly in the heated water and will have some water on them when removed. Thank you!
Date: Dec 16, 2017
It comes with 220 volts to fit my country specifications
Hello, the manufacturer has the following options available:
Model #86922 - 230AC/Australia
Model #86921 - 230AC/Europe
Model #86925 - 230AC/United Kingdom
The model you need will depend on where it is being used. For assistance, our customer service department can be reached at 1-866-634-8927. Thank you!