Remoska or Bravoska

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  1. RichardnGill

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    We have got a Cadac but the weather is getting too cold and wet to use it. We have been thinking of getting either a Remoska or the cheaper Bravoska. Which ones the best to get? :thumb:and are they worth it.


    Richard...
     
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    I have never heard a bad thing said about them apart from be careful not to burn yourself handling the lid while cooking.
     
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    Not used the Bravoska. We use, (well Sian uses:Smile:) the Remoska regularly, it is an excellent bit of kit and very versatile. It comes highly recommended from me. :thumb:
     
  4. Don Madge

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    Been using the Romoska for a few years now, would not be without as it's very versatile.:thumb::thumb:

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    Excuse my ignorance but could someone explain what are Remoska & Bravoska as I don't have a clue :Sad:
     
  6. Keith and Debs

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    We use the Remoska very versatile amazing bit of kit.

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    Thanks. I might get Gill one as an earliy Xmas pressy....::bigsmile:


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    Hi, we bought a Remoska rather than the Bravoska as it uses less power. We got the medium one for the m/home and it's great, everything from chops, a piece of belly pork to leg of lamb. We like to use CL sites often without hook up and we've ran the Remoska off a 1k Kippor gennie along with the tele+Sky box with no problems. We liked it so much we got the "Grand" for the Static. ::bigsmile:
     
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    Remoksa, the best thing to come out of the Czech Republic.
    Great buy from Lakeland!!!!

    :thumb:
     
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    In the demo they cook a chicken roast how long would that take?

    They also did a full English breakfast, again how long?
     
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    Grande Remoksa for comming up 5 yrs no probs:thumb:
    chickin cookin aboutin same as ovenish>:)I'M A POET & DON'T KNOWIT:ROFLMAO:
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  13. RichardnGill

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    To follow up on our original post, we got a big Remoska and it is now an essental bit of kit on our travels. As we have no oven in our van we needed something other than the gas hob and Cadac.

    The Remoska now means that we can eat good food even if the weather is crap. Would not be without it now>:), a bit expensive though:Angry:

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    hi richard,
    i have just ordered the same one. grande ramoska.
    everyone seems to have a favorable word for them so i thought we'd give it a whirl.
    you are right in saying they're expensive but we will also use it at home as well as the m/h so we will get value for money.
    still cant see how you get a whole chicken in a pan 3 1/2" deep though?.

    john.
     
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    lakeland no time limit, no quibble, refund guarantee. and return post free.:Cool:
    cant go wrong with that.:thumb:

    john.
     
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    Hit it with a big hammer and break it's breastbone.

    On second thoughts, don't. It brings back too painful memories ... :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    if anyone knows, you do.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  18. RichardnGill

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    Our lass uses the Remoska at home as well and says just hit the chicken with a rolling pin untill the lit fits.

    Just hope I dont get hit with it (again):Smile:

    Richard...
     
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    can you get these to run from 12v supplies? Or would it flatten the battery?
     
  20. Road Runner

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    On the other channel someone has mentioned doing just that.

    Whether its correct or not dont know:RollEyes:
     
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