HYUNDAI 3 in 1 Breakfast maker: Toaster Oven, Coffee Machine & Frying Pan NOW £19.99 Instore @ Poundstretcher
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HYUNDAI 3 in 1 Breakfast maker: Toaster Oven, Coffee Machine & Frying Pan NOW £19.99 Instore @ Poundstretcher

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Found 4th Aug 2012
Thought this was a great idea for students, bedsits etc especially now it's reduced from £29.99 to only £19.99.It's called a 3 in1 breakfast maker, but basically combines a filter coffee maker, a toaster oven, and a hot plate/frying pan all in a small counter top appliance.The one in the picture is almost identical (Couldn't find a decent pic of Hyundai), but the actual Hyundai one they're selling, is infact slightly better as the frying pan is square, so a bit bigger, enough for doing some bacon, eggs or suasages, just maybe not all at the same time! although of course you can use the oven.

I have bigger version of this for my caravan, in place of the gas oven, and it works really well.Anyway for £20, I think it's not bad at all, and will not doubt be useful to at least a few people, or as a gift.

43 Comments

Original Poster

This is actual Hyundai one, as you can see it's exactly the same, just a square pan, not round.
http://pst-new.object-source.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/2/4/242958_2_2.jpg

Would be good for camping too.

If it could give head it would be perfect

Unclegeorge

If it could give head it would be perfect

and if my wife could cook breakfast, she'd be perfect. X)

phillyboy

and if my wife could cook breakfast, she'd be perfect. X)



Bit hard cooking when your mouth is full. oO

Hyundai!? You don't want the cheap Eastern rubbish.
Much better to go for a BMW or Audi version with soft touch buttons a 0 - grill time of 30 seconds and terrific browning on the limit...http://www.bbc.co.uk/606/2/refresh/images/smileys/f_whistle.gif



Heat, Hal for the deal!

What the funk?

Heat added. Looks great for student's.

Jack of all trades, master of none.

Reminds me of all that combo crap we had around in the 70's

phillyboy

and if my wife could cook breakfast, she'd be perfect. X)



What a brilliant retort. Fantastic ! !

This clearly was a gap in the market.

Well my wife must be perfect! enough said

mymymy

Would be good for camping too.



I think it would trip out the electric hook ups.
I used a standard kettle on a ehu and apparently these are frowned upon as the amps they pull are too high.

Online Price and Picture Here

rmk

Well my wife must be perfect! enough said



She has been lying to you, scrambled eggs is never that white

mymymy

Bit hard cooking when your mouth is full. oO



Harder to get a mouthful when cooking

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phillyboy

and if my wife could cook breakfast, she'd be perfect. X)



She can and she is.

If it had an iron and maybe a phone, it would be perfect.

...it doesn't make the tea. Fail.

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thekanester

If it had an iron and maybe a phone, it would be perfect.



How about a phone that also irons? oO

Pluun

How about a phone that also irons? oO



Time for INNOVATIONS to make a comeback?

Pluun

How about a phone that also irons? oO



You clearly haven't thought that through. What if you're ironing and the phone goes off?

That's why they pay those Hyndai execs the big bucks.

So what you're all saying is you need a heptahtlete (couldn't resist)...

Coffee making, egg frying, ironing, tea making, phone calling, head giving, toaster.

Goodfella123

So what you're all saying is you need a heptahtlete (couldn't … So what you're all saying is you need a heptahtlete (couldn't resist)...Coffee making, egg frying, ironing, tea making, phone calling, head giving, toaster.



To be fair I'd be all over Katrina Johnson-Thomson.

http://images.scribblelive.com/2012/8/3/c9e5b90c-a58e-49e3-a4cb-c3c92ad28e9b_500.jpg

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thekanester

You clearly haven't thought that through. What if you're ironing and the … You clearly haven't thought that through. What if you're ironing and the phone goes off?That's why they pay those Hyndai execs the big bucks.



O yes I have.
Hang on, the phone's ringing....OUCH!

Groaver

Hyundai!? You don't want the cheap Eastern rubbish.Much better to go for … Hyundai!? You don't want the cheap Eastern rubbish.Much better to go for a BMW or Audi version with soft touch buttons a 0 - grill time of 30 seconds and terrific browning on the limit...;)Heat, Hal for the deal!



Except that anything branded 'Hyundai' that poundstretcher sell wasn't actually made by Hyundai.. they've licensed the UK branding for home electronics and such, so they can stick it on whatever.

hot, too bad non close to me ,,,

Original Poster

Some great funny comments for this, thanks!
Just to answer the following...

Paranoid Android

I think it would trip out the electric hook ups.I used a standard kettle … I think it would trip out the electric hook ups.I used a standard kettle on a ehu and apparently these are frowned upon as the amps they pull are too high.



I'm no camping expert at all, but having been used to having a static for our holidays for years with 16amp EHU, and now downsizing to a tourer for the last few years due to being unable to afford the site fees, I did check carefully what we bought as not all sites have 16amp EHU.So, most standard kettles, especially 'fast boil' can take upto 3kw, obviously far too high for camping, unless it's a 16amp EHU, but even then, if it's busy the actual current available could be a lot less (depends on sites supply), and you don't want to be the one that trips the electric out, you won't make any friends!.I have a travel kettle, but use a standard kettle most of the time, a much lower wattage one, 1750w, which luckily tend to be the cheapy ones!.Other things which can help, is obviously knowing the sites EHU rating, might only be 5 amps, and the wattage of everything you have, so you know what you can and can not use, or have on at the same time.As for this breakfast maker, I've found a chinese source which gives the following specs, all of which suggest it would ideal for camping on 'most' sites, as it's total usage is just under 1500w.

•4-cup coffeemaker with reusable filter
•5-liter capacity toaster oven with 15-minute timer
•Nonstick frying pan
•Stainless steel construction
•Heat-resistant glass
•Baking rack and tray
•Convenient switch selects upper frying pan, lower toaster oven or both
•Combination unit with toaster oven, coffeemaker, and frying pan
•650-watt 4-cup coffeemaker; reusable coffee filter; spout for non drip pouring
•500-watt 5-liter toaster oven; 15-minute timer; removable rack and tray
•300-watt nonstick frying pan; up/down or dual-selection switch; ETL-approved

Hope that helps! ...it still won't do the ironing though
BTW, must just say, well done Team GB, what a night, absolutely amazing, wish I could have been there for atmosphere.

Paranoid Android

I think it would trip out the electric hook ups.I used a standard kettle … I think it would trip out the electric hook ups.I used a standard kettle on a ehu and apparently these are frowned upon as the amps they pull are too high.



Must have been a long time ago you went camping, i took my hoover once.

iDragon

Except that anything branded 'Hyundai' that poundstretcher sell wasn't … Except that anything branded 'Hyundai' that poundstretcher sell wasn't actually made by Hyundai.. they've licensed the UK branding for home electronics and such, so they can stick it on whatever.



http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/mb/img/emoticons/f_doh.gif

Does anyone know if this has a direct lead for mains supply or a 12v transformer adapter in the lead......be ideal for my truck if it has the transformer adapter

What a ridiculous product Maybe they're employing the Ronco staff from the 1970s, or the JML staff of today --- everything you don't need here! I love the JML stuff, vut only for the utter product hype - some of it may be ok if it were about 25% of the asking price.

Perfect for the bedside cabinet.
Does it wash up too?

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jhw

What a ridiculous product Maybe they're employing the Ronco staff from … What a ridiculous product Maybe they're employing the Ronco staff from the 1970s, or the JML staff of today --- everything you don't need here! I love the JML stuff, vut only for the utter product hype - some of it may be ok if it were about 25% of the asking price.


Yes, I agree.
Someone who doesn't drink coffee will not need the coffee maker.
Someone who doesn't fry eggs, bacon, sausages etc will probably not need the frying pan.
If you don't want pies etc, forget the oven.

Totally useless..................... to someone like you.
btw, are you an Olympic fencing judge? oO

Or just a 20-18-15-12-12 (_;)
Edited by: "Pluun" 5th Aug 2012

Original Poster

markevans31

Does anyone know if this has a direct lead for mains supply or a 12v … Does anyone know if this has a direct lead for mains supply or a 12v transformer adapter in the lead......be ideal for my truck if it has the transformer adapter



It's a regular a mains operated product, so to use on 12v you'd need a pretty powerful power inverter.Having said that, if you look at the chart in my earlier post, you'll see that if only used one section of it, say the oven, then you're only looking at 700w or less, so wouldn't need quite such a big inverter.
As most trucks have 24v available, this may interest you for £40...
24v Truck Toaster Oven
Hope that helps!

Edited by: "HAL2000" 5th Aug 2012

Not in the edgeware branch, seems a lot dto have it delivered at almost a third of the products cost but no where else sells it

Is this what Hyundai call a "hybrid" then? X)

looks like it would cook enough food to feed a sparrow?

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stubar

looks like it would cook enough food to feed a sparrow?


Keep an eye out for the specsavers post.

Pluun

Keep an eye out for the specsavers post.



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