Turbo Pot

Quick Boil

The quick-boil kettle and pot from Turbo Pot save you time and gas stove energy by doing the boiling job super fast—like, 30-50% faster than usual—thanks to a unique design that was tested (and is now used) in restaurants. The base of the kettle and pot are where all the quick-boiling action comes from. Highly conductive aluminum fins increase the heating surface area throughout the base of both and better absorb heat from a gas stove burner. This gets water to a boil much faster than a traditional flat-bottomed kettle and pan—the kettle clocks in at around seven minutes—reducing heat-up time and lost energy. The team at Turbo Pot turned to restaurants to test out this award-winning design, who then added the kettle and pot to their kitchens. Now you can enjoy the same quick-boiling tools as the pros.

Turbo Pot

Energy Efficient Cookware

Quick Boil

The quick-boil kettle and pot from Turbo Pot save you time and gas stove energy by doing the boiling job super fast—like, 30-50% faster than usual—thanks to a unique design that was tested (and is now used) in restaurants. The base of the kettle and pot are where all the quick-boiling action comes from. Highly conductive aluminum fins increase the heating surface area throughout the base of both and better absorb heat from a gas stove burner. This gets water to a boil much faster than a traditional flat-bottomed kettle and pan—the kettle clocks in at around seven minutes—reducing heat-up time and lost energy. The team at Turbo Pot turned to restaurants to test out this award-winning design, who then added the kettle and pot to their kitchens. Now you can enjoy the same quick-boiling tools as the pros.
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Quick Questions

What are the fins on the bottom of the pot and kettle for?

The fins on the base of the cookware improve the heat transfer to heat up the pot efficiently—it's the same proven working principle on some motorcycle engines, where the fins increase the surface area of the engine block to cool the engine efficiently.

Does Turbo Pot work on an electric stove? Is the Turbo Pot oven safe?

Turbo Pots and the Rapid Boil Tea Kettle will work on an electrical stove, but without the improvement that they bring to the gas stoves. They won't work on an induction stove.

Turbo Pots are oven safe up to 500°F. The glass lid of the home version of Turbo Pots will be oven safe up to 300°F.

What are some of the other benefits of cooking with Turbo Pot?

First is energy/fuel saving. In the winter, doors and windows are closed all day long and cooking with Turbo Pot uses 30% less energy. This equates to 30% less combustion waste being released indoors, which means better air quality. Second is that when cooking with a hotter pan, vegetables can be cooked quicker and, therefore, nutrients can be retained better, resulting in more nutrient-rich food.

Are the fins difficult to clean?

Turbo Pots are dishwasher safe. In reality, there is no real issue in term of cleaning. Spills from cooking will drip down the side to the burner or counter top and the spills won't go in between fins.

What materials are the Turbo Pots made of?

Turbo Pots are made of 304 stainless steel and the fins on the base are made of aluminum.

Learn more about the products

Rapid Boil Pot see details Rapid Boil Tea Kettle see details

Turbo Pot

Energy Efficient Cookware

Quick Boil

The quick-boil kettle and pot from Turbo Pot save you time and gas stove energy by doing the boiling job super fast—like, 30-50% faster than usual—thanks to a unique design that was tested (and is now used) in restaurants.

The base of the kettle and pot are where all the quick-boiling action comes from. Highly conductive
aluminum fins increase the heating surface area throughout the base of both and better absorb heat from a gas stove burner. This gets water to a boil much faster than a traditional flat-bottomed kettle and pan—the kettle clocks in at around seven minutes—reducing heat-up time and lost energy.

The team at Turbo Pot turned to restaurants to test out this award-winning design, who then added the kettle and pot to their kitchens. Now you can enjoy the same quick-boiling tools as the pros.
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Quick Questions

What are the fins on the bottom of the pot and kettle for?

The fins on the base of the cookware improve the heat transfer to heat up the pot efficiently—it's the same proven working principle on some motorcycle engines, where the fins increase the surface area of the engine block to cool the engine efficiently.

Does Turbo Pot work on an electric stove? Is the Turbo Pot oven safe?

Turbo Pots and the Rapid Boil Tea Kettle will work on an electrical stove, but without the improvement that they bring to the gas stoves. They won't work on an induction stove.

Turbo Pots are oven safe up to 500°F. The glass lid of the home version of Turbo Pots will be oven safe up to 300°F.

What are some of the other benefits of cooking with Turbo Pot?

First is energy/fuel saving. In the winter, doors and windows are closed all day long and cooking with Turbo Pot uses 30% less energy. This equates to 30% less combustion waste being released indoors, which means better air quality. Second is that when cooking with a hotter pan, vegetables can be cooked quicker and, therefore, nutrients can be retained better, resulting in more nutrient-rich food.

Are the fins difficult to clean?

Turbo Pots are dishwasher safe. In reality, there is no real issue in term of cleaning. Spills from cooking will drip down the side to the burner or counter top and the spills won't go in between fins.

What materials are the Turbo Pots made of?

Turbo Pots are made of 304 stainless steel and the fins on the base are made of aluminum.

Learn more about the products

Rapid Boil Pot see details Rapid Boil Tea Kettle see details