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Has anybody tried the toaster that fits on the hob? Circular and then side slats to put the bread, best description I can give!
 
Eber123

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Good afternoon,

We got something like this:

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We used it on a daily basis during last years summer holiday. It worked fine. On one side we boiled the water for coffee and tea and the other burner we prepared the toast.

What I didn't like was that the crumbs were all over the place :oops:, but that is a bit picky. For EUR 11.00 it worked out well (actually it is still working).

Happy California,
Eberhard
 
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Good afternoon,

We got something like this:

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We used it on a daily basis during last years summer holiday. It worked fine. On one side we boiled the water for coffee and tea and the other burner we prepared the toast.

What I didn't like was that the crumbs were all over the place :oops:, but that is a bit picky. For EUR 11.00 it worked out well (actually it is still working).

Happy California,
Eberhard
Thanks, it was the one I looked at.
 
Meoncoast

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We gave up on toast when not on hook up. When on power use an electric one.
 
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mamamarmaduke

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Thanks, our plan is to wild camp and use the Aires in France, playing at present. So no hook ups.
 
Alan Andrews

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We use an alternative version to the RidgeMonkey. Half the price and works perfectly for toast.
 
ArunAlec

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Good afternoon,

We got something like this:

View attachment 54984

We used it on a daily basis during last years summer holiday. It worked fine. On one side we boiled the water for coffee and tea and the other burner we prepared the toast.

What I didn't like was that the crumbs were all over the place :oops:, but that is a bit picky. For EUR 11.00 it worked out well (actually it is still working).

Happy California,
Eberhard
I had one of these but found it dried the bread too much and the toast was more like Crispbread.
Now use a RidgeMonkey.
 
hotel california

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Lots to read if you type toast in the search function
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WelshGas

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We use an alternative version to the RidgeMonkey. Half the price and works perfectly for toast.
Does it have the versatility of the Ridge Monkey?
 
Alan Andrews

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What is the alternative?

The quality is comparable to RidgeMonkey. No signs of non stick coating degrading at all. Very happy with this set.
 
MattBW

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You can make toast in any dry pan, a normal frying band will do it.
 
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Tandt

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The quality is comparable to RidgeMonkey. No signs of non stick coating degrading at all. Very happy with this set.
We have this also and very happy. Did buy a flat type toaster for gas ring but have never used it as got the tfg shortly after.
 
BikerGran

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I have one of these - takes seconds to toast and you have to turn it manually but I don't find that a problem. Folds flat for storage and lives on top of the chopping board that sits on the cutouts of the cutlery drawer. I think it cost me about 3 quid.FoldingRectToaster.JPG
 
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