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5 minutes ago, stokiescum said:

Does anyone the avarage limit before I blow it.im in a tent not a caravan .im just wondering if a normal kettle will be to much .ps I do have one that I can put on the gas cooker.i am in2 minds to take the toaster has well

 

Congratulations. You are the first person I know who has considered taking a toaster on a tent camping trip.

What is your power source? I would avoid electrics in a tent.

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23 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

 

Congratulations. You are the first person I know who has considered taking a toaster on a tent camping trip.

What is your power source? I would avoid electrics in a tent.

Well I might have room not sure yet for the microwave and a tv.though takeing the lap top a dvds seems more logical .

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A mate got a folding gas stove last year, seems happy with it (click images at top of page to see more).
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Remote+Camping+Gas+Stove
Beware I've had a twat set my tent alight when he tried to stamp out the bonfire he started after the pub - fire moves quick. Be safe!

Edit: you can get 240v camping elec kettles (they work fine but are low power so take longer). Or 12v if you are taking a car? Any use?

 

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1 hour ago, Andersen said:

A mate got a folding gas stove last year, seems happy with it (click images at top of page to see more).
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Remote+Camping+Gas+Stove
Beware I've had a twat set my tent alight when he tried to stamp out the bonfire he started after the pub - fire moves quick. Be safe!

Edit: you can get 240v camping elec kettles (they work fine but are low power so take longer). Or 12v if you are taking a car? Any use?

 

Off tommorow so to late to get one I will take the normal one for interest.its probably going to rain all week.

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31 minutes ago, stokiescum said:

Off tommorow so to late to get one I will take the normal one for interest.its probably going to rain all week.

Don’t overload the electric hook up!

Hope you have a good time. You’ll cope whatever life throws at you 👍🏻

 

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