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A4 Box Induction Cooker


Kerry Beal
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8 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Anyone else see this on their Facebook feed and become intrigued? I think what caught my eye was the pictures of it's use for Takoyaki.

 

 

A4 Box

 

Four different colors, four different temperatures.  Kerry, take one for the team.

 

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36 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Four different colors, four different temperatures.  Kerry, take one for the team.

 

Nah - probably not. I'll let someone else do this one!

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A solution for a problem nobody has.

Maybe in a college dorm it'd be useful.

And 65C is more than "warm".

Color choices are bizarre.

But it'd make a great WTF wedding gift.

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30 minutes ago, gfweb said:

A solution for a problem nobody has.

Maybe in a college dorm it'd be useful.

And 65C is more than "warm".

Color choices are bizarre.

But it'd make a great WTF wedding gift.

 

 

It’s a kitchen toy. What part of that don’t you get? What’s not to love? 

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2 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 

 

It’s a kitchen toy. What part of that don’t you get? What’s not to love? 

 

The colors. Should be white , black and stainless steel...maybe red... so they'd fit in in most kitchens.

 

But dorm cooking may be the best fit.

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41 minutes ago, gfweb said:

 

The colors. Should be white , black and stainless steel...maybe red... so they'd fit in in most kitchens.

 

But dorm cooking may be the best fit.

 You are so right. I want it in smoky green but it’s only available in white for 110V service. 😂

Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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Interesting that they show a variety of inserts but only the smooth and grill pans come with it. The others are separately ordered. I'd consider doing Smoke Green for a travel trailer but 220AC rules it out.

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Lol, what's wrong with me.   I must be having a weak moment. I keep staring at this thing.  It's going to cost  $258--because I would want the octopus ball pan and you have to buy that set separately.

 

I don't need any more toys lol.  

 

 

If only it came in pink...........

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5 minutes ago, Shelby said:

If only it came in pink...........

 

There is a solution.  Get a 110/220 voltage converter.  I have a heavy duty one I use for equipment from Europe.

 

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Alternatively, paint is cheap... :P

 

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too ' good ' to be true.

 

even if well made , and accurate , and reliable

 

its a gimmick ,

 

taking it on a Picnic ?   

 

with a long extension cord ?

 

Dorm cooks sound like something 

 

but i don't think there is a lot of dorm cooking really going on.

 

heating hot water :  yes


dried noodle 'bowl'  yes

 

Steak Dinner :  no

 

Stir fry :  No

 

weird round Japanese Balls  :  No

 

E.R. ' Closet Cooking '  :  One Unit.

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1 hour ago, gfweb said:

Its 1/2 of a George Foreman Cooker

I've had 2 George Foreman. I found them to be a pain to clean. I don't recall any temperature control on the ones I had.

 

My only thought was that it would provide a  way to cook outside when use of fire was banned because of fire hazard.  Of course I'm still a ways away from getting our travel trailer so at the moment it's just a curiosity. 

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Update thought.  Whenever I see offers with the "only so many minutes" clock I experience scepticism as to why they're trying to panic you into a decision. 

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