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Cookworks Mini Oven £13.26 @ Argos

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banned7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
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* White.

* 1050 - 1300 watts.

* 10 litre capacity.

* Temperature range 70 to 250 degrees.

* 60 minute timer.

* Heat resistant glass door.

* Removable shelf rack.

* Power indicator.
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#1
great, just reserved the last one in my local argos. Cheers have some heat and rep :)
[helper]#2
Thank you. Ive just reserved the last one in my local too. This will save heating up the main oven for small items. Should save some electricity. This has great reviews.
[mod]#3
Thanks davedave3, looks really good :)
banned#4
Yup I reserved 1 too it's great if you live in London as there as so many stores, for instance the 1 I reserved it at had 2 left, and there is another Argos on the same street down the road had 2 left aswell:)
#5
hot :)
#6
I must say this is a great oven. Fantastic when you only need to cook for one or two people. One thing about it, the tray is rather rubbish and tough to clean however you can pick a small baking tray up for around a quid or two that fit Morrisons does one.
#7
Got last one round Harrogate for my ex-wife (!) THANKS!!
I have the Tefal equivalent and use it almost every day.
banned#8
I bought one of these before, a couple of years back, I never did use the tray that came with it, either tin foil or nothing but the rack and just took the bottom off to clean it. For 13 quid, it's a steal it cooks faster than a normal oven, cooks evenly too.
#9
Great price, bought the old version of this, must have been 7 years ago and it's still going strong. Left it at my parents house when I moved out, I will be buying another for myself at this price. Heat added!
#10
' * white '

Has to be a unique selling point. lol.

good price though. heat added.
#11
Just reserved the last one in Brighton - Carden Avenue for a mate but he doesn't want it. The code is 086746 is anyone wants it!
#12
JayJaz
Great price, bought the old version of this, must have been 7 years ago and it's still going strong. Left it at my parents house when I moved out, I will be buying another for myself at this price. Heat added!


That's weird as I did exactly the same, left it at my parents house and it's still sat there. Just reserved myself a new one ^_^
#13
Two left at Cortonwood, Barnsley.
#14
Hot, bought one for in-laws' caravan, thanks.
#15
Just reserved one, thanks
#16
Good price for an OVEN. Okay it's not a microwave, but for me, Cookworks is designed to break after 2 years. I had 2 microwave ovens, each one broke within 2 years and 1 month.
At that price, you probably don't care. My first Sharp microwave lasted for 20 years!
banned#17
I think you have gone off point here, what's your microwave got to do with this? This deal is for an oven. " For me Cookworks designed to break after 2 years" that's a ridiculous comment. This is my second one of these, the other one I threw out as I was moving a couple of years ago, so I do have some experience with this oven.
1 Like #18
How big is this thing?

Is it okay to chuck one of these in the boot of a car and take it around to be used in Travelodges for example?

Thanx

AMO
banned#19
Yup, you can fit a proper size pizza (large ones you get from the supermarket) in this thing, you'll have about 1cm from the front of the door to the pizza and 1cm from the back of the oven to the other side of pizza. It's really light too, lighter than a microwave by far.
#20
Does this use much less power than a full size cooker electric oven? My son insists on pre heating my oven at 240c for twenty mins, to then cook a pizza for ten! I always think it must be a waste of electricity! Would I be better using one of these little ones? Trying to budget though, so not sure if its worth it. Any advice?
#21
Great, looks exactly what I need. Glad you can fit a pizza inside!!! :-D
Just one question, does it take long to pre-heat?
banned#22
Yes it would be much much cheaper, because to heat to a temp for a pre-heat will take less than a minute, it's super fast, then it will shut off then back on again e.t.c, to keep it at a temp you want. I can't believe someone would pre-heat a huge oven for 20mins for a pizza.
[helper]#23
davedave3
Yup, you can fit a proper size pizza (large ones you get from the supermarket) in this thing, you'll have about 1cm from the front of the door to the pizza and 1cm from the back of the oven to the other side of pizza. It's really light too, lighter than a microwave by far.


Ive just collected mine and there is NO WAY you could fit a large supermarket pizza inside this! A slice maybe. I will measure it and post the inside dimensions later. Its great though - got four potatoes baking in it at the moment.
#24
Reserved one for the office :)
#25
LJM
Ive just collected mine and there is NO WAY you could fit a large supermarket pizza inside this! A slice maybe. I will measure it and post the inside dimensions later. Its great though - got four potatoes baking in it at the moment.


I can confirm you CAN fit a large supermarket pizza in but only at a tight squeeze and curling it up at all the edges so won't cook 100% evenly but still tastes great!
banned#26
I've put lots of pizzas in one in my time, had no trouble at all, don't go putting the tray in, just put it on the shelf itself or use foil, fit's in.
[helper]#27
Pontiac
I can confirm you CAN fit a large supermarket pizza in but only at a tight squeeze and curling it up at all the edges so won't cook 100% evenly but still tastes great!


Lol It only measures 8 inches from front to back inside. Our large supermarket pizzas are 12inches diameter so you would have a heck of a lot of curling up round the edges to get one in!
banned#28
LJM
Lol It only measures 8 inches from front to back inside. Our large supermarket pizzas are 12inches diameter so you would have a heck of a lot of curling up round the edges to get one in!


So your saying you can just about fit a 7inch in there, which is rubbish, anyway believe what you want, all I do is go to Salisbury pick up a goodfellas or Salisbury brand large pizza put it in, and eat it, don't know what your doing:roll:
[helper]#29
davedave3
So your saying you can just about fit a 7inch in there, which is rubbish, anyway believe what you want, all I do is go to Salisbury pick up a goodfellas or Salisbury brand large pizza put it in, and eat it, don't know what your doing:roll:


FGS Dont want to argue but a LARGE supermarket pizza wont fit in! Im not 'believing' anything. I just measured it! A very small one maybe 7-8 inches WOULD fit in. Does it matter? I just mentioned this in case anyone was thinking of buying one with a view tp fitting the LARGE pizzas in. A 7-8 in pizza ISNT a large one. End of.
#30
davedave3;5517244
So your saying you can just about fit a 7inch in there, which is rubbish, anyway believe what you want, all I do is go to Salisbury pick up a goodfellas or Salisbury brand large pizza put it in, and eat it, don't know what your doing:roll:

Can you get these at Sainsburys?
#31
The large ones at Tesco I'm pretty sure are 9" and go comfortably in with a bit of curling.
#33
In terms of fit, would a large croissant be ok? Or an extra large Ginsters? :-)

(edit:I *was* taking the p1ss)
banned#34
Oh yes it's easy, but I am not going to answer anymore questions about this oven and which items fit in it, I think I have said enough already.
#35
you could always... blend your pizza up first and then as long as it was < 10Litres you'd be ok.

sort of Pizza soup. you could probably do a Morrisons large that way

mmm Delicious.
1 Like #36
Pontiac
The large ones at Tesco I'm pretty sure are 9" and go comfortably in with a bit of curling.



My wife loves a 9" one that goes in with a bit of curling
#37
Would this thing strap to the back of a motorbike? (I've reserved one, but would rather collect on my way home with my motorbike rather than make another trip with a car!)

Also, this isn't for cooking but to break up, rejig & ultimately make into a 'reflow oven' to make electronic PCBs! Does it have a fine 'mesh like' heating elements on both the top & the bottom of the oven cavity? (like in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm2UUHqPQr8 )
#38
HankMcSpank
Would this thing strap to the back of a motorbike? (I've reserved one, but would rather collect on my way home with my motorbike rather than make another trip with a car!)

Also, this isn't for cooking but to break up, rejig & ultimately make into a 'reflow oven' to make electronic PCBs! Does it have a fine 'mesh like' heating elements on both the top & the bottom of the oven cavity? (like in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm2UUHqPQr8 )



Jesus H Christ ... we're getting all sorts of questions today aren't we. :w00t:
banned#39
F:whistling:unnily enough it's the same heating elements, I presume your having a laugh
#40
This one is a too small and lightweight. I got a Lidl one (Bifinett brand) a couple of years back, for about £25 - a little bigger and more substantial - and a better colour, silver. The bigger ones can be used to cook joints of meat and this one is fan assisted as well - also two elements at top for a more even cook. Also good for drying t-shirts/towels whilst cooking - just drape over the top :)

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