|Price incl. VAT||£106.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£89.08|
Introducing a special limited edition of traditional and popular pots Remoska R21 Original Teflon - Enjoy the classics in trendy colors!
Electric pot thermos bottles R21 Original Teflon is a revolutionary, very fast and healthy way of preparing food. Better retain their flavor, important vitamins and other substances. Remoska consists of three main parts. Removable lid is equipped with heater wattage of 400 watts. It is made of stainless steel. The middle part is fitted with a glass window, because - unlike other appliances - roasts food evenly over the entire surface.
Bowl of aluminum is another part of the electric pot and is coated with non-stick Teflon Classic. Trinity closes the main parts of a wire rack equipped with two plastic handles for easier handling. The lower part of the lid is also coated with Teflon material. AC cord with European plug is securely connected to the appliance. On the handle are also the main switch.
Voluminous bowl has a capacity of 2 liters. This is an ideal solution for the preparation of 2 or more servings. Another practical characteristics is ingeniously adapted lid that is designed for ease of postponing the workspace with the heating portion upwardly. Treat yourself to a healthy and tasty food. Try new recipes and save up to 80% of electricity.
Cover (with heater)
Bowl with handles
Number of servings:
2 or more servings
Lid: stainless steel sheet without a glass window
Bowl: aluminum coated with Teflon Classic
The cover glass without bakes evenly over the entire surface
The switch is located on the upper part of the handle
To improve handling attached plastic ear
The stand is made of heat-resistant plastic
The lower part of the lid, made of aluminum coated with nonstick
230-240 V, 50 Hz
orange (hot chilli)
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