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    Electrolux EOT38MBA bench oven

    I was looking at these in home pro and was wondering if anyone had one

    I am interested in opinions and also how much heat they radiate at the sides and back

    I like the idea of roasted chicken etc - and it has a rotating rotisserie

    ELECTROLUX Microwave Oven EOT38MBA 38 L. Grey-Black. Product ID ... Model : EOT38MBA.
    Capacity : 38 L. Dimensions : 55 32.8 42 cm. Weight : 7.8
    http://www.lazada.co.th/electrolux-3...a-2518783.html


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    Dimensions are roughly the same as my combi microwave-oven-grill, which I think is too small to cook a roast dinner in. You can squeeze in a chicken but nothing to go with it.

    Top gets warm enough to remove everything from it before use.

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    I have a Serverin that size, it has worked like a charm for over 10 years now. Simple and easy to use. Can do chickens, roasts, just about anything. But a whole rack of ribs wont fit...

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    Oh Ye with a cunning plan.

    We have something similar although not Electrolux, smaller but Moulinex. I would not leave a soft plastic dish on the top when cooking, otherwise OK.

    Saw an Italian one once which had a pizza stone as std. Wish i had bought one now!

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    I would personally never buy an Electrolux product again.

    The service or non service on a 80,000 baht oven was and still is absolute shit.

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    not sure how much you want to spend but these are excellent

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    Microwave, convection oven combined. really for roasts, cakes, steaming veg etc.

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    I agree with toslti, if your budget can stretch that far. Save a lot of workspace also if that is limited.

    Cheers, TP

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    I was looking at these in home pro and was wondering if anyone had one

    I am interested in opinions and also how much heat they radiate at the sides and back

    I like the idea of roasted chicken etc - and it has a rotating rotisserie

    ELECTROLUX Microwave Oven EOT38MBA 38 L. Grey-Black. Product ID ... Model : EOT38MBA.
    Capacity : 38 L. Dimensions : 55 32.8 42 cm. Weight : 7.8
    Electrolux ?????????? ???? 38 ???? ???? EOT38MBA | Lazada.co.th

    I have had this exact Model for about 2 years and have no problems with it at all.

    It will easily take a full-sized chicken (although I have never used the rotisserie function) and there is minimal heat radiated from top, back or sides.

    Another plus for me is that the controls are very simple - unlike some others where it seems you need a degree in computer science to set the thing up just to grill sausages!

    Patrick

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    I always thought 'microwaves' came with a turntable.

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    Turntables

    The Combi ones don't.

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    I know someone who had one and they utterly raved about how great it was.

    And then used it once and never again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    I like the idea of roasted chicken etc - and it has a rotating rotisserie
    can you bake me a cake for Harry ? he seems pretty desperate for one,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    'microwaves'
    I don't think it is a microwave - the cut and paste with the dimensions I think is a description mistake

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    I've got a Zanussi. Bought it at Power Buy.
    I use it a lot. Bread, pies, cakes, ribs, pizza.
    They have heat coils on the top on bottom. You can adjust the heat sources and fan.
    Buy the biggest one you have space for.

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    I've had good luck with the two supersized toaster ovens I've had...

    Like AO, I've got a Severins and it's done really, really well.

    My QA test is the door. Is it just a piece of glass or is it a double paned door? The cheap one's it's just a single piece of glass comprising the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thai Pom View Post
    The Combi ones don't.
    Our Electrolux combi has a turntable....never used the griller browner part though..

    Still need to buy another toaster oven ...last one was excellent for everything,bread,roasts etc..even had a rotisserie. Bloody think started giving me belts...frayed cord as it entered back...all riveted ..too lazy to drill out etc so binned it.

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