PappaJohn mentioned the cooker called a Remoska

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Heyupluv, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. Heyupluv

    Heyupluv Read Only Funster

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    PappaJohn mentioned the cooker called a Remoska 470w which set the wife off after one for the motorhome, looked at them on the internet, found them on Lakeland Plastics at £100 for the 470w small one and £120 for the larger 650w model……but after scouring the internet for a better price the wife found the Bravoska…a lot cheaper but higher wattage 1200w……but with a big difference the Bravoska can be used in the upside down position for cooking as well as the correct up position …meaning you can cook from the top or you could also cook from the bottom…….the price was £72 including delivery (£63 + delivery) well the wife has cooked numerous meals on it to try it out before we put it into the motorhome….and well impressed and very happy indeed…when you first get the Bavoska you think a bit basic for the money……but hey it really is good..

    maybe not the same make and model as Johns but very similar just a little more versatile…and a lot cheaper, if it wasn't for you John we would not have one

    Thank you John

    http://www.shopwiki.co.uk/Bravoska+XL+RED,+Electric+Cook+pan,+mini+oven

    Mel :thumb::thumb:

    Bigfoot, mentioned the slow cooker, we have one and use it often they are very good ( not as cheap as the tesco Bigfoot found) sounds a good buy, :thumb::thumb:



    ours is the red one

    Mel
     
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    you know, until i read your thread i could have sworn our grand remoska was 400w.

    just looked at it and yes, its 650w.:Doh:
    still a damned sight cheaper to run than the oven at home though. :thumb:

    the ramoska is allegedly built by hand so bound to be more costly.
     
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