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Lowry Halogen

Post  spinning on 06.01.13 11:37

Hi, I'm new to all of this. I have just purchased a Lowry Halogen Cooker dramatically reduced at Morrisons. Am reviewing to see if I would get use out of a HC and also to see if the Lowry is a good brand. It doesn't have a hinged lid and I can't see if the bulbs are replaceable or not. I cannot find any reviews or any info on this. What HC is considered to be the best. I can take this one back if it is not the right one.

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Post  Admin on 06.01.13 17:26

Hi Doreen,

you didn't say how much you paid for it.

Most halogen ovens don't have hinged lids, that's ok

In my opinion the best deal is the Andrew James. This one ANDREW JAMES HALOGEN OVEN

They give you a spare bulb plus 2 years warranty and all accessories


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Post  spinning on 06.01.13 17:45

Thank you so much for your reply. I only paid £24 - it was half price in the sale. It has skewers, two tier rings, lid stand, tongs. I keep reading how important it is to have a hinged lid. Also reading on the forums there seem to be a lot of people who have problems using the HO. Really don't know whether to take it back. Wondering whether a combi microwave might be simpler.
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Post  Admin on 06.01.13 18:03

your're welcome

£24 including 1 year warranty is not a bad deal. It will probably last a year if you use it everyday.

I have fitted cupboards on my walls so no room above to open the hinged lid. The detachable lid works best for me.

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Post  spinning on 06.01.13 20:56

Thank you for your prompt reply. Sorry if I mislead you but it doesn't have a hinged lid? Do you like your HO, there seem to be a lot of people who don't get the results they would hope for and it seems to require a lot of trial and error?

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Post  Admin on 07.01.13 19:09

Yes Doreen I like my HO. In fact it’s now an essential tool in my kitchen. BUT it will never replace my ‘big’ oven. There are limitations, such as the size. There are 5 of us so it is impossible to cook a complete meal in the halogen oven - such as a full roast dinner.
But it helps a lot whenever the boys cook their own lunch or a quick snack (we do save on our electricity bill)

It’s perfect if you are a student/single/couple, etc...

and yes it does involve a little bit of experimenting at first but you do get there in the end Smile


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