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Safari chef 2 ?

Post by Duncan Holmes » Tue Jul 23 2019 19:35

Anyone got one, look a mighty impressive bit of kit for long stay stuff?
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Re: Safari chef 2 ?

Post by Alan_dalton » Wed Jul 24 2019 08:25

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Anyone got one, look a mighty impressive bit of kit for long stay stuff?
Good bit of kit, never used it for fishing. Had it in the back of the car for days out and camping. Would be great though on fishing trips . I never used the small camping canisters on my so cant comment on how long they would last, I have always used a bigger refillable cylinder. I now use the cadac now as my family has grown and that's fantastic managed a full sunday dinner on that. The safari chef is a versatile bit of kit . The safari chef 2 looks much better than the one I own (safari chef 1) it has a much better gas control (it's now the same as the cadac one) which is much improved and it has non stick pans which mine one dosent have. Is basically just a smaller version on a cadac which is a versatile cooker.

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Post by Duncan Holmes » Thu Jul 25 2019 18:09

Thanks Alan, picked a HP version up today, 1st impressions look very good. I like the versitility in a very compact package, other than Coleman for brewing up, I can see this being the main cooker for my French carp trips.

Going to cook some basic bbq bits on it later
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Post by Alan_dalton » Thu Jul 25 2019 21:55

Great for doing paella on as well!

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Post by Alan_dalton » Thu Jul 25 2019 21:58

This was the last supper from out Scottish trip that was cooked on a cadac.
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Post by Carlperkins » Mon Aug 05 2019 14:45

It looks a good option to put in the boat, with a ridgemonkey on top 👍
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Post by Duncan Holmes » Mon Aug 05 2019 17:46

Have used it a couple of times now, fantastic bit of kit when you are going to stay put for a while or in the boat.
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Post by Carlperkins » Mon Aug 05 2019 18:04

Got the wife to order one 👍
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Post by brian harrison » Tue Aug 06 2019 11:37

awesome bit of kit,easy to clean too,i always fill the wind guard with water so the fat doesnt bake on

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Post by Carlperkins » Fri Aug 16 2019 15:32

£69 in the go outdoors sale
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Post by piker al » Fri Aug 16 2019 21:11

Just checked them out on go outdoors look brilliant bits of kit! I want 1!!

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Post by Carlperkins » Sun Aug 18 2019 09:24

I got one the other week 👍
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