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Breville smart oven


I am considering buying a Breville smart oven for our RV. Does anyone who has one find it a problem moving around on the counter while you are driving I imagine it has rubber feet that would grip and it is probably heavy and would not move but not sure



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We have had a Breville sitting on our countertop for about a year now and it's travelled from Arizona to Oregon to Michigan and back to Arizona without moving an inch.

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We put ours on a piece no-skid shelf liner. It does sometimes move when we brake hard, but has not been a real problem.

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Ours sits still on the rubber feet to the counter top. Sometimes the crumb tray wants to slide out so I just tuck a tea towel under the front edge to keep it in.

Also this oven is a great little addition to the kitchen (thanks bjoyce for the lead).

 



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The only issue with our Breville is that we have to watch what other appliances/heaters are on when we start the oven.  Otherwise, breakers get tripped.

Terry



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Ours slide a bit also but not a huge problem.

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Terry and Jo wrote:

The only issue with our Breville is that we have to watch what other appliances/heaters are on when we start the oven.  Otherwise, breakers get tripped.

Terry


 Yeah, I sure as heck believe this. I would think the oven would be about as much as you get until the batteries recharged.



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Old Man,

That would certainly be true except that the wife and I are seldom without an electrical hook-up.  While we are traveling some, mostly we travel to one area and spend an extended time in one place, specifically 20 months in Colorado Springs area, 17 months in SW Oregon near Grants Pass, and now in Southern Utah for at least a year. 

When we were in Colorado, it was to be near family.  In Oregon and Utah, it is to volunteer at different facilities.  In all cases, an extended stay allows us to see a lot more attractions in a given area before moving on to a new area.

Terry



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Gotcha. Thought you were writing about boondocking. My bad.

When we hit the road, the cold months will be spent at the Coyote Howls East Campground primitive area ($550 per YEAR! free water and dump nearby) Southern Arizona is such a beautiful area. About the first of may, we'll start heading north for wherever we're going for the summer, Jackson Hole area is a place I've never seen. I'd like to get to fish for trout a few times per year.



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Well, if you get to Jackson Hole, definitely spend some time in the Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks.  We went there in 2002, and while we spent very little time in the Grand Tetons park, we spent about 5 or 6 days in Yellowstone.  I'm not so sure we gave either park enough time to see it all.

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I run the Breville to make toast in the morning even when boondocking. We have the battery bank to handle it.

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Terry and Jo wrote:

Well, if you get to Jackson Hole, definitely spend some time in the Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks.  We went there in 2002, and while we spent very little time in the Grand Tetons park, we spent about 5 or 6 days in Yellowstone.  I'm not so sure we gave either park enough time to see it all.

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 Tetons yes, Yellowstone, I don't know. Henry's Lake, for sure ,but Yellowstone proper? On a weekend?  No. Just no.

So many people. No boondocking. My idea is to hit new boondocking sites every couple weeks. Of course I'll need to dump and all that, but other than that and grocery shopping, staying way from away from, yes, I'm going to say it: idiot tourists, children (I am not a kid person, Please leave me alone about it #ChildFree) and other noisy people, is a priority for J and me. J is an introvert, and I am becoming one. After a lifetime of being extroverted, like a damned dog seeking approval, no more. Got me nothing.

When I'm out there, if you don't like me or my act, that's totally good. Just Leave. Us. Alone. If I need help, I will ask. If you need help, I will help, if I can. But I'm as committed as I've ever been, that full-timing and boondocking be something that might actually make me want to live longer than I have planned right now. #IGoAtATimeOfMyOwnChoosing

We'll see.



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Hey Old Man, you made me laugh.  A full out rant in the middle of a "toaster oven" discussion.  Wait till you get out here, there are plenty of "idiot tourists" out here.  I'm one of them.  Been loving it for the past five years.



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