Must have easy egg Poachers great for camping PACK OF 4 - £5.50 (Prime) £9.49 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Faith-in-Angels and Fulfilled by Amazon. - HotUKDeals
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Must have easy egg Poachers great for camping PACK OF 4 - £5.50 (Prime) £9.49 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Faith-in-Angels and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Easy to use cheap item that produces great results. Ideal for traveling and camping. I purchased a set of these some time ago to take away Camping as i feel safer boiling water to cook with tha… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Easy to use cheap item that produces great results.

Ideal for traveling and camping.

I purchased a set of these some time ago to take away Camping as i feel safer boiling water to cook with than frying in a tent.

When i purchased a set of these they were more around the £8 mark.
The cooked egg results from a simple product like these is excellent every time and the mess produced by a fatty pan is reduced.
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1 Like #1
Sure it's been 2 for a £1 in Pound shops.
#2
patti
Sure it's been 2 for a £1 in Pound shops.
yes ive seen ones like this before and used them and others like the rings whilst camping with a large family and they are not the best quality and over time i found they start to break down. sometimes you get what you pay for i think
#3
I've seen them in pound shops too. 4 on ebay for £1.79.

I have some and never use them. You have to oil them to stop the eggs sticking which makes them far more hassle than poaching directly in water. When camping, frying would take far less gas too.

Edited By: SuffolkLad222 on Feb 03, 2017 14:55: Correction
#4
maybe poached eggs are for Glamping not Camping? oO
#5
£1 for 2 in poundland and 99p store
#6
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
#7
woldranger
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
as someone that runs 2 camping groups and involved in many other groups with over 12 thousand members in my own groups alone. Now i the time people start buying camping and traveling related items for the coming season in March.
camping related products also includes caravans, motorhomes, folding camper and trailer tents. Personally our group enjoy a range of different cooked food whilst on out travels around the country. I also seen the damage a hot frying pan with oil does to a tent and there are some that prefer not to fry eg smell clinging to canvas fibers etc.
no doubt you can buy cheaper but its about quality of these for us. Poundshop.... there is a reason why they sell two for a pound and its not because of the quality tested personally all last camping season.
#8
tanaban999
woldranger
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
as someone that runs 2 camping groups and involved in many other groups with over 12 thousand members in my own groups alone. Now i the time people start buying camping and traveling related items for the coming season in March.
camping related products also includes caravans, motorhomes, folding camper and trailer tents. Personally our group enjoy a range of different cooked food whilst on out travels around the country. I also seen the damage a hot frying pan with oil does to a tent and there are some that prefer not to fry eg smell clinging to canvas fibers etc.
no doubt you can buy cheaper but its about quality of these for us. Poundshop.... there is a reason why they sell two for a pound and its not because of the quality tested personally all last camping season.

But you can poach eggs perfectly well without these. Less gear = better camping.
#9
All these comments about 2 for a quid at poundland are idiotic in my opinion. You get what you pay for and these are in a very different league. Its like comparing a box of milk tray to a box of cat litter tbh. I have these myself and i can say im impressed, enjoy your poundland tat but i find it offensive that anyone could compare these to them. If you have bought these and also the same in poundland feel free to say so and show the proof by all means.
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tanaban999
woldranger
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
as someone that runs 2 camping groups and involved in many other groups with over 12 thousand members in my own groups alone. Now i the time people start buying camping and traveling related items for the coming season in March.
camping related products also includes caravans, motorhomes, folding camper and trailer tents. Personally our group enjoy a range of different cooked food whilst on out travels around the country. I also seen the damage a hot frying pan with oil does to a tent and there are some that prefer not to fry eg smell clinging to canvas fibers etc.
no doubt you can buy cheaper but its about quality of these for us. Poundshop.... there is a reason why they sell two for a pound and its not because of the quality tested personally all last camping season.
But at the end of the day, this is something that you don't need! Pan. Water. Boil. Drop in eggs. Cook. Drain and serve.
As someone who's dedicated the past 18 years of his life to travelling, I can tell you that it's safe to say that I'll never be carrying egg poachers with me! I've cooked in some of the most poorly equipped hostel/communal kitchens you ever will see and never had a problem poaching eggs!
#11
I must admit I am surprised at some of these negative comments. I am not telling you all these are the best product in the world that u cannot live ur life without. I am simply sharing a very good product that is excellent quality and a good price.
Yes we use ours in our trailer tent whilst on traveling holidays as a family and I know many others that have started using them for many different reasons. I am fully aware of how to poach an egg in water and I have also found this product to be just as good and easy to use eg less water and mess.

Take it or leave it's no problem but why all the hate is it really worth it. Stick to pound land etc it's really not an issue. For some it's a good product and for others it's not. Chillout ;-)
#12
woldranger
tanaban999
woldranger
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
as someone that runs 2 camping groups and involved in many other groups with over 12 thousand members in my own groups alone. Now i the time people start buying camping and traveling related items for the coming season in March.
camping related products also includes caravans, motorhomes, folding camper and trailer tents. Personally our group enjoy a range of different cooked food whilst on out travels around the country. I also seen the damage a hot frying pan with oil does to a tent and there are some that prefer not to fry eg smell clinging to canvas fibers etc.
no doubt you can buy cheaper but its about quality of these for us. Poundshop.... there is a reason why they sell two for a pound and its not because of the quality tested personally all last camping season.
But at the end of the day, this is something that you don't need! Pan. Water. Boil. Drop in eggs. Cook. Drain and serve.
As someone who's dedicated the past 18 years of his life to travelling, I can tell you that it's safe to say that I'll never be carrying egg poachers with me! I've cooked in some of the most poorly equipped hostel/communal kitchens you ever will see and never had a problem poaching eggs!
You are a true hero and fully dedicated to the poach egg. Just think others may have a different opinion to you and guess what that's totally allowed. Thanks for your input on this feed I'm sure you have much better things to do than keep trashing it. Who would of thought a simple product share can generate this much attention from you. Have a brilliant rest of your day
#13
Two for a pound in poundland and you can just use boiling water
2 Likes #14
I think putting 'must have' in the title is what killed it as it simply isn't, nor is it safer than frying if you use a non stick with just a light smear of oil. Not as bad as using garden solar led lights around your tent but that practice nicely illustrates the peculiar gadget mentality of some campers.
#15
tanaban999
woldranger
tanaban999
woldranger
"Must have"? Going by the chilly temp so far, I'd say it's more mustn't. As for "travelling", why would anyone carry these around - poaching eggs isn't rocket science and doesn't need extra stuff like this.
as someone that runs 2 camping groups and involved in many other groups with over 12 thousand members in my own groups alone. Now i the time people start buying camping and traveling related items for the coming season in March.
camping related products also includes caravans, motorhomes, folding camper and trailer tents. Personally our group enjoy a range of different cooked food whilst on out travels around the country. I also seen the damage a hot frying pan with oil does to a tent and there are some that prefer not to fry eg smell clinging to canvas fibers etc.
no doubt you can buy cheaper but its about quality of these for us. Poundshop.... there is a reason why they sell two for a pound and its not because of the quality tested personally all last camping season.
But at the end of the day, this is something that you don't need! Pan. Water. Boil. Drop in eggs. Cook. Drain and serve.
As someone who's dedicated the past 18 years of his life to travelling, I can tell you that it's safe to say that I'll never be carrying egg poachers with me! I've cooked in some of the most poorly equipped hostel/communal kitchens you ever will see and never had a problem poaching eggs!
You are a true hero and fully dedicated to the poach egg. Just think others may have a different opinion to you and guess what that's totally allowed. Thanks for your input on this feed I'm sure you have much better things to do than keep trashing it. Who would of thought a simple product share can generate this much attention from you. Have a brilliant rest of your day


Trashing it? Haha. I think the rating of this wonderful "deal" of yours shows that its hardly been fondly accepted as a great idea.

Oh, and it's "poached egg", by the way.

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