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SOLD Cadac

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by chaser, Sep 11, 2016.

  1. chaser

    chaser Funster

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    Got a cadac lying in the shed , you have probably read about it in another thread;).
    Can't recommend them but if anyone is desperate for one £130 will buy it complete with an half full French bottle of gas.
    This photo is the only time it has been use
     

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  2. friar tuck

    friar tuck Read Only Funster

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    mmmmm curious as to why you cant recommend them,i love mine a part from the cleaning ,but them i am a bit anal about that sort of thing.
     
  3. chaser

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    Long shot, but is this still for sale?.

    Mickey.
     
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    LOL :LOL:
     
  6. chaser

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    We do still have it but decided to keep it as a barbecue for the garden , definitely not to take out in the van, and as it happens you are the first person to show an interest in it, if I were you I would definitely look at alternatives , we now use disposable BBQs .
    But if you are absolutely sure you want one there are cheaper ones on eBay.
     
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  7. Mickey1

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    @chaser , thanks, the reason I am looking at the cadac is we have a outside gas point so wouldn't need to lug bottles for it. As there is only 2 of us, maybe the smaller safari would be better.

    Mickey.
     
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  8. chaser

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    That's right , there's only the two of us, and by the time you have it all unwrapped and put together , it would have been twice as quick going to the chippy, and then when you have done , instead of just chucking your paper away you have got to start washing things that don't take to being washed, grooves and holes and fat , then collecting it all up back into its bag, nightmare:(
     
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  9. Geo

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    Scuse me
    That sounds like saying Ferrari's are crap cars because you cant drive:rofl::rofl::rofl:
    When you know how, its a 2 min job to clean and put away as anyone with the Cadac Paella dish will tell you:doh:
     
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  10. Ambilkate

    Ambilkate Funster Life Member

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    We Love ours never been with out it been using it 9 yrs now .
     
  11. chaser

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    Sorry just don't believe you.
     
  12. chaser

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    Read your Post again , see you are on about the paella dish, that's as maybe , but not the BBQ stuff and fat, and 2 mins to take apart and put in all its appropriate bags, just got to be joking.
     
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    Its no great secret get the most very basic Cadac you can along with the Cadac Paela dish and throw all the other crap along with the bags and grills in the bin
    that Dish can do the lot, and no cleaning cos it contains all the splashes with its 2 " sides quick wipe like the best woks and 1 x bag
    Sorted no mess.
    Like i said dont take my word for it ask around, start a new post on the forum if you like, try it at home you will be surprised gauranteed
    Geo
     
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    No. I agree with that but tend to not want to live on paella , if you look at the photo on the op, you will see it's that new we havnt took all the wrapping off the legs, that was the first time , took us the best part of the night to clean it, but it was steak and onions, tried it again once more in France but after the same performance, gave up on it.
    Believe me having spent £160 of my hard earned on it , I wanted it to work, and before having a go was under the mistaken impression I had bought the dogs bollocks, but I think you know me enough by now that I wouldn't just give up on £160 that easily.
     
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    Your like the Gerald Ratner of MHF, selling crap for £130;)
     
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    I've lost the will to live:pray:
    For the record ive never eaten paella in my life:doh:
     
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    If you were to buy a "Cadac"... and a Paella pan you could try some.. :giggler:

    Don`t knock it till you have tried it.... :RollEyes::wink::rofl:


    Luvs you Geo.... :lips:
     
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    We use the cadac safari chef with leg extensions and I find it really good and very easy to clean.
    John.
     
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  19. Geo

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    I do have a Cadac Mo and a Paella Pan, from day one cooked every food known to man in it inc steak and onions, Full English for twenty+(Without mess or hrs of cleaning)
    EXCEPT FISH , I hates the Fish, it stinks, it tastes worse than it smells hense no Paella for meeeeeeees Ta!!
     
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    For the record , I have now marked this as sold, although it isnt actually , just done it to try and put an end to the argument, as I said in an earlier post we have decided to keep it as a garden BBQ where it won't have to be continually unwrapped and built and then put back again.
    But I do think it maybe something to do with our style of motorhoming, where we never stay anywhere more than a couple of days, so most of the stay would be took up with putting the cadac together and taking it down again, whereas if you are staying somewhere for a week or so you could use it everyday with no faffing around.(y):)
     
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