Join Date: Mar 2008
My Motorhome: A Caravan of all things !!
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I would agree with Devon Boy. They are pretty large items. We had one with our MH and it lived in the garage and remained assembled. When we switched to a caravan that option wasnít available, so we had to drop down to the smaller version.
One important thing to bear in mind is that the cooking pans/plates etc are BIG and donít fit into any form of sink on any normal campsite, so cleaning them can be a bit of a trial!
For two I would also suggest a Safari Chef, much more compact but plenty big enough.
Whatever you go for itís the low pressure version you require. An external BBQ socket is pretty much a vital accessory to have with one and, as has been said, get a decent length of hose.
One final point, the non stick surface is very good indeed, but fragile, so make sure you never use a metal implement with it, silicone, plastic or wood only.
Its not the destination that matters.
It's who you share the journey with (even if like me, itís in a caravan!)
I am very fortunate to have Mrs Plodd to share mine with