The Max Burton 12 Volt Lunch Box "Stove To Go" Cooker Goes Digital

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  1. Global Trucker

    Global Trucker Bobtail Member

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    The world famous Max Burton 12 Volt Lunchbox "Stove to Go" Cooker has gone digital.

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    The Stove To Go makes cooking on the road easy by helping you prepare delicious meals while on the go. Building on our original Stove To Go, this digital model allows for greater cooking control, higher temperatures, and larger capacity. Use it as a stove, oven, or slow cooker! Make casseroles, soups, stews, hot dogs, and heat sandwiches, leftovers, or frozen meals.

    • Two cooking modes: Heat or Temperature
    • Digitally adjusts temperature for more flexibility
    • Can reach temperatures up to 350°F within 30 minutes
    • Collapsible carrying handle on top
    • Hot and healthy meals on the go
    • Keep warm function
    • Removable pan and steaming tray
    • Digital LCD control panel
    • Cool to touch exterior when oven is on
    • Non-stick aluminum cooking pan, easily removed for serving & cleaning
    • Comes with a 6 foot power cord
    • Outside Dimensions: 11.75" x 8.5" x 7.87"
    • Power Consumption: 150-175 watts
    • Uses a 20A glass fuse
    • Weighs around 6 lbs.
    • One year warranty
    Get yours today at www.GlobalTrucker.com
     
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  2. jezter5677

    jezter5677 Light Load Member

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    Tag so I can find it later, might be ordering one
     
  3. FriedTater

    FriedTater Keeper of The Snakes

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    Checked into this item,sounded interesting.
    So I found one of two on ebay and paid $38 on a BIN and with $12 shipping
    its well under the "promoted"price in this thread.

    I'll update on its performance in a few weeks
     
  4. outerspacehillbilly

    outerspacehillbilly "Instigator of the Legend"

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    Keep us updated I'd like to get one myself but would like to hear your results first.
     
  5. FriedTater

    FriedTater Keeper of The Snakes

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    The feature that peeked my interest was the 350*F temp
    Reading some reviews suggest not wasting coin on the "liners"
    using foil to line the pan was sufficient for several past users of like units.
     
  6. vaquero

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    I bought one at the TA using my points. It was priced at $39.00,I think. So far it has worked out great. It has a coated pan so you don't have to use liners, washes up easy.
     
  7. FriedTater

    FriedTater Keeper of The Snakes

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    The Max Burton or the Road Pro ? is yours digital ?

     
  8. vaquero

    vaquero Light Load Member

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    It's the digital one.
     
  9. vaquero

    vaquero Light Load Member

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    Max Burton digital stove to go
     
  10. dancnoone

    dancnoone "Village Idiot"

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    $39 at the truck stop :biggrin_25523: