Wonderbag Slow Cooker/ Cool Bag

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  1. Wombles

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    Have read good reviews of the Wonderbag but wondered if anyone has one & how effective they really are? Thinking of one for the motorhome.
    See http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00DM4OUM0/ref=pe_336541_56899561_em_1p_0_ti
    & see this sellers listings for more colour options http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wonderbag...=UK_HGKitchen_SmallApp_RL&hash=item51c460615c
    Not cheap at £59.99 & that doesn't include a cookpot as you use your own in a variety of sizes so that suits us plus although bulky looks light so easily stored when travelling & can keep things cool too:) Like the fact that the bag can be washed. Note tip for silicone pot stand being a good idea to put in base of bag if anyone is considering trying one.
     
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    They do work well. But the one I saw at a show once would have taken up most of my locker space. So for me till I buy another RV, it would be restricted to home use.
     
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    I'd rather have my Mr D's. (y)
     
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    seem like a good idea. but does take up a lot of room.(y)
     
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    thinking back to when we used to use a haybox which worked well, it shouldn't be too difficult to run one of these up on a sewing machine, it ain't rocket science..

    i do like the ethics of the wonderbag though, buy one and they send one free to a deserving family in the third world..
     
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    did not know that.(y)
     
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