2 ring electric hob

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  1. mentaliss

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    I'm planning on the (wife) cooking outside on the next soon to be trip, anyone using the above mentioned .....please don't say I use gas:cry: and I'm well aware of camp sites sometimes low amperage output but the last trip we noted several German travellers using these Hobs, we always book a electric pitch, therefore were already paying for the electricity so why use up the gas?
     
  2. Chris

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    We got one from Fenwicks a few years back.

    Great on hook up:thumb:
     
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    We are using ours down in Spain along with our electric oven.:thumb:
     
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    Got one from Aldi. :Smile:
     
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    Good if you're paying for the leccy in the pitch fee, like in the UK.
     
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    We use an induction hob. Great bit of kit, weighs about the same as a laptop and about the same size. Much more controllable than an electric hob and can be turned down for when on low amperage hookups. Got it from Aldi some time ago at less than £30.
     
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    I use a single one when on a EHU with enough power, saves on gas.:thumb:
     
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    Single induction hob from Aldi/Lidl (?) around £30 with 3 year guarantee - they have them in a few times a year & always sell out fast. Ring & ask the store manager to keep one back for you to collect if the offer is on as some items that are in high demand never make it out onto the shop floor... Very controllable & can easily set wattage to low so won't trip the electrics:thumb:
     
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    Yea, and Hitler planned to capture Moscow in under a month.............:winky:
     
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