Cheap(ish) Remorska With Free Delivery From Cz

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  1. DBK

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    Just been told you can get a Remorska much cheaper than Lakeland here: https://www.alzashop.com/remoska/18854015.htm

    Someone I know has one and says they are selling the new model which does not have a glass window in the lid.

    I know nothing about Remorskas so can't advise on the different models but thought this would be useful to anyone thinking of buying one. Just don't ask me which one.

    Delivery takes about a week from CZ and is free I am told.
     
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    My Remorska spies tell me you can get a rack which fits inside, for roasting things like chops, but not from this company, you need to get that from Lakeland.
     
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    I won't tell my wife that.

    We have a house full of Lakeland stuff as it is.

    Remorska's are great though(y)
     
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    Great price that DBK. We used ours a lot when in Spain over the winter as we used acsi with free electric. In the UK we rarely use ehu, so we use a Cobb and a small BBQ.
     
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    We've got an oven so we haven't really felt the need for one but given our current gas problems that may need to be revisited!

    They cost around £150 in the UK I believe, but they are made in the Czech Republic where this company is and at the current exchange rates they are nigh on half the UK price.
     
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    We have the big one at home and the small one in the van.

    We use the one at home a lot, especially for the Sunday roast if there are only 3 of us.
     
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    I was wondering what kind of motorhome that was until I looked at the pictures. DUUHH!
     
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    That is an amazing price - very good value indeed! We love our 2 Remoskas - one in the van and one in the kitchen at home.

    Just a note about delivery cost - according to the website it suggests £7.90 to the UK for anything over 2kg weight.

    Thanks for the heads-up and hope your trip is going well.

    Mike
     
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    Free delivery over £100 - so buy 2 & put one on eBay? Will make the one you keep even cheaper then (y)
     
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    We love our remoska, we bought a while before we took possession of our van, because cooking limitations chez van, we practised like mad, and here we are on site at Hawes and a photo of chicken a la remoska, as per their recipe In the manual, also we purchased from Lakeland the remoska recipe book and have tried many, particularly the salmon one or trout goes just as well, hopefully a photo or two, this image.jpg could equal this image.jpg or this image.jpg not often I give recommendations, but this has proved very useful for us having only two burner hob, and a cadac bbq, made the usual curries, and chilli's and broccoli cheese bake, just down to your own imagination, yes via Lakeland they are expensive, we bought the standard which will cater for 4 and cost £149.99, also with the chicken dinner I added 150 mils of chicken stock for the last 20 minutes of cooking time, it really does bring out the flavour,so it gets our vote. The last photo makes it look a bit washy washy, but take it from us, it tastes very nice(y)
     
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    I like doing the potatoes and veg in the bottom with duck breast on the grid on top. Make sure potatoes are almost ready before adding the duck, yummy.
     
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    Thanks for that DevonBeeKeeper, just received ours today. Total cost £75.46
     
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    What plug did this come with UK or Euro type? Did you go for the standard or bigger Remoska?
     
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    We went for the standard version and it came with a euro plug.
     
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    Is the standard 400w big enough for full meal for two? Or better to go for the bigger one 580w, taking inconsideration use in MH and limited wattage?
     
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    We can do a meal for 4 or 2 adults and 3 children in the standard remoska, not if you like 'bellybuster' meals though ;-)
     
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    We had he standard size but found it too small so bought the grand which is perfect for two people, think about it if you pile food on top of food then the food underneath will boil rather than bake.
    Never had a problem with the electric supply using the Grand Remoska.
     
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