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    12V food warmer

    I am looking at buying an oven in the near future, considering one of these. Who has experience with either? Road Chef and Marine Oven Buddy, similar cost, size but interesting addition of door clasp on Road Chef.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12v-Volt...YAAOSwaFNc0m8Y


    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ROAD-CHE...wAAOSw57xcpVhb

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    The road chef is a direct Chinese copy of the Travel Buddy oven which are made in Bendigo.
    When there is no price advantage then what is the point of a Chinese copy?

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    ^^^^^ what he said ^^^^^^

    It is a disgrace but thats life. Travel buddy all day. Fit a clasp if you need it.
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    Another vote for the Travel Buddy. Make sure you run good sized cables and use Anderson plugs rather than rely on the cigarette lighter socket.

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    @MEGOMONSTER had a great unit that he used on a trip to Tallarook. Which reminds me I still owe him for a couple of sausage rolls or pies.

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    Thanks guys, good feedback, Travel Buddy it is.

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    Cheaper and readily available.
    Aluminium foil wrapped pastry tucker atop of 6.5 V8 valleys we know Philstar!

    1,500rpm for 16 minutes on sausage rolls and 28 minutes & 2,200rpm for frozen pies :-)





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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Cheaper and readily available.
    Aluminium foil wrapped pastry tucker atop of 6.5 V8 valleys we know Philstar!

    1,500rpm for 16 minutes on sausage rolls and 28 minutes & 2,200rpm for frozen pies :-)





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    Cheers mate, Popcorn is a crack up at an early 3.5 minutes with Canola not Olive oil


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Cheaper and readily available.
    Aluminium foil wrapped pastry tucker atop of 6.5 V8 valleys we know Philstar!

    1,500rpm for 16 minutes on sausage rolls and 28 minutes & 2,200rpm for frozen pies :-)





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