Rec Tec grills

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Re: Rec Tec grills

Post by edgy » Wed Oct 21, 2015 1:44 pm

That is cool Bentley! ^^ I hope that comes here.

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Re: Rec Tec grills

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Tue Oct 27, 2015 2:03 pm

Hi Guys,

I have ordered the LG series only so far, but can look at the smaller option later.

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Re: Rec Tec grills

Post by ozwaz » Tue Oct 27, 2015 2:12 pm

wedwards wrote: I was going to get the Crockett for camping but if the 300 is same size it looks way better


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If you want to go camping, then DC is probably your answer. Runs off 12 volts, so a secondary deep cycle battery and you're away.
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Rec Tec grills

Post by wedwards » Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:37 pm

ozwaz wrote:
wedwards wrote: I was going to get the Crockett for camping but if the 300 is same size it looks way better


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If you want to go camping, then DC is probably your answer. Runs off 12 volts, so a secondary deep cycle battery and you're away.

Mate I think the word I should have used was glamping Hahahaha we don't go anywhere that doesn't have power or allow a generator (got a kid with crazy allergies that needs power for meds and stuff). But that's a good point for those who go off grid camping.


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Re: Rec Tec grills

Post by ozwaz » Thu Oct 29, 2015 7:49 pm

wedwards wrote:

Mate I think the word I should have used was glamping Hahahaha we don't go anywhere that doesn't have power or allow a generator (got a kid with crazy allergies that needs power for meds and stuff). But that's a good point for those who go off grid camping.


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At the risk of hijacking this thread, our last camping trip was off the grid, but still glamping. 3 camper trailers, approx 400 amp hours of batteries, solar panels, Yamaha generator, Nispresso coffee machine, flushing toilet and hot showers.... :-)

And the Davey Crocket didn't get packed, but it's going next time.
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Post by wedwards » Thu Oct 29, 2015 8:05 pm

Awesome!! That's a great way to camp! :)


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