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Tankless heaters come in all different sizes. There are small water heater units, designed for point-of-use that only draw 110-120 volts.
The first step in determining which size water heater is right for you is to understand what you'll be requiring from the tankless. If you're looking for a larger unit, you should check out our tankless buyer's guide. But if a 110-120volt water heater meets your needs, then read on . . . this article was written for you.
110-120Volt Tankless Water Heater for Showers
Look, we're not going to lie, if you're not in the tropic and shopping for a 110-120volt tankless water heater for your home shower you'll most likely be disappointed with the results. 110-120volt's just isn't a lot of power to deliver a hot shower beside tropic area.
It can, however, get things going until your main water heater can take over, but most of the point-of-use heaters of this size are designed to be used for a single sink. In most situations, that means hand washing.
Although, there are exceptions. If you live in an area where the incoming water temperature is high, a 110-120V tankless such as JNOD XFJ135KH may be able to take a long shower. But if you live in Alaska, or most anywhere else, these units just won't be able to get the job done.
Best 110-120 Volt Tankless Electric Water Heater
The best 110 Volt tankless we've been able to find is the XFJ135KH by JNOD. Although the sales material lists this unit as a 120v tankless, JNOD has tested it to operate at 110v (more on this below).
The XFJ135KH is hydraulically controlled, making it incredibly quiet. It has a stainless-steel cup with copper heating element and with plenty of built-in safety features, and the superior design and workmanship means this unit is suitable for residential or commercial use.