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The new one is not for me!”
I introduced countless people to the Remoska.But now my original one has died and I was bought a new one for Xmas. What a big mistake this has proved to be. I can only use one hand but this feels much heavier so I struggle to lift it with one. Also I cannot now slide it across to a spare Remoska pan, as one must now lift up before moving it away. Fortunately my Mother has an old model and she has given me that and taken the new one in exchange. I know these problems are specific to me but many people sadly can only use one hand and I thought others may find this review helpful
Published 13 01 2015
Many years of great service”
I keep meaning to write a review - I've only had one since circa 2002! It makes the best baked potatoes, warms up pies, croissants, bread rolls etc, and also good for baking pizza, can do in slices if very large pizza. Have made scones successfully. All in all a fab oven which is still going strong.
Published 24 12 2014
by Mrs Chapman
My old hugely loved Remoska 'died' yesterday am. Phoned Lakeland to order a new one. My new one works just as wonderfully as the old one - miss the window in the lid a bit but have used one for so many years will get used to this quickly! Thank you Lakeland - thank you Joan - THANK YOU!!!!!!
Published 15 12 2014
Great Result with new Remoska”
by Christine Nelson
I have just had to replace my much loved Standard Remoska, with the new version. I usually bake my own bagels but thought I'd bake one of the present batch in the Remoska, just to see what happened. Normally, I bake these at 220C but, hey, one wouldn't hurt. I put some water in the pan while it warmed up and, after about 5 minutes, tipped it out and dropped in the said bagel. The others went in the oven at the same time. After 15 minutes I checked and it was done! The others needed another 5 minutes. The Remoska bagel won hands down. Better colour, better everything!
Published 04 12 2014
what a delight!”
I have been dithering about buying one of these for a while but a kitchen makeover has prompted me to finally get one. What was I waiting for? It's brilliant and my oven hasn't been on since I bought it. It cooks food in less time than my big oven takes to warm up. A crumble can be put to cook while dinner is being eaten and it's ready by the time we are. I've tried to get a rack but they're not available at the moment and dividers would be the icing on the cake. I'm recommending it to anyone who will listen
Published 20 11 2014
by Maureen Bergson
Having been a Remoska fan for so many years I was forced to buy the new one when the old trusty started to shed its non stick lining. The new model looks smart and certainly cooks in the same amazing way.. My problem is the height..I use mine for bread and a couple of times it has burnt on top in the middle...never happened with the old one as the glass in the middle I think was lees hot. The other issue is the lid has a gap between the non stick bit and the metal outer lid. This is looking a tad grubby and I wonder how I can clean it. Otherwise it is still a great oven alternative.
Published 19 11 2014
A note from the team: The new Remoska doesn't have the slight dome as before but is deeper so maybe just a slight tweek to the yeast in your recipe will help. To help with cleaning we do stock a range of clean between brushes which would soon bring that favourite kitchen gadget of yours back to sparkling!
by Mrs Carr
I had the older model Remoska which I have had for years and use nearly every day. The light kept on flickering so I rang Lakeland up, no problems at all. I took the my older Remoska to one of the stores and straight away I had a new one offered to me, I did pay the price difference as my old one was slightly cheaper and that was fine. Once again my dealing with Lakeland first class and my new Remoska is brilliant, so once again I would like to thank everyone concerned very much. I also purchased the new cook book for the Remoska and it is fabulous.
Published 09 10 2014
This review is for an older version of this product
by Mrs M Shaw
I received my Remoska Standard yesterday. I read the instructions, studied the Recipe Book, and decided , if I am going to use it START NOW or else you forget. So today I did Duck leg over veg. with a bit of this and that. OH WOW. !!! It was an absolutely delicious meal. Thank you SO MUCH. and being a pensioner on my own, who likes to make fresh food, it is bound to save me loads off my Energy Bill. I am ordering the rack straight away.
Published 29 09 2014
well worth the outlay”
by Diana Lee
I have delayed writing a review until I had used the Remoska long enough to give a considered opinion. There are plenty of warnings about the lid being VERY hot. After a couple of contact burns and melting the door of my microwave by resting the lid too near, I have learned my lesson. Apart from that, my Remmy (yes, dedicated users give it a pet name) is well worth the outlay. It cooks anything that you would normally put in the oven. My first experiment was a frittata which was perfect. I would recommend buying the accompanying recipe book, and I also bought the rack which is very useful.
Published 29 09 2014
Living alone I resent the cost of heating my oven for one item, be it a tasty jacket potato or a single dish. Swayed by the glowing reviews I decided to try the Remoska although I was cynical. You can't cook successfully when you can't control the temperature can you? Wellwith the Remoska you can! Being small it heats up very quickly so further saving money, and it's also easy to clean, just rinse out the pot, no mess, so I now even pop things in that I would normally fry or grill. Like everyone else I love it.
Published 24 09 2014
outer lid so hot!!”
I'm very happy with my new purchase, but did not realise that the outer lid became so hot, I knew that the element was in the lid compartment but felt that the outer part of the lid would be insulated slightly, my son has burnt his arm on the outer element, it was the first time I had used it and it had been plugged in for 10 minutes!! there are no warnings on the box about how hot the outer part of the lid becomes, please can this be addressed.
Published 14 08 2014
This review is for an older version of this product
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review.We're sorry that your son has burnt himself on the lid and will be in touch shortly. Please note: The lid will get hot very quickly as it is designed to do (the heat element is in the lid). There is a symbol on the lid near the handle to warn of this.
by Mrs LEAN
Thought about buying Remoska for some time, I bought the standard size, and I am absolutely delighted with it. I made Pork loin chops with new potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, and a separate cream and mustard sauce to add a afterwards and the meal was delicious, pork was tender and the taste of the vegetables was outstanding and it only took 40 minutes to cook. I was very sceptical to begin with but I am more than happy with my purchase. I would highly recommend giving it a try, and if it is not for you, at least with the Lakeland guarantee you can return it. BUT YOU WILL KEEP IT.
Published 13 08 2014
Oh Lakeland What Have You Done”
by Chris L
I have used a Remoska for many years but recently it died, I contacted Lakeland and upgraded to the new model. I am afraid this was a mistake, . Firstly a small chicken 1.25K no longer fits as they have reduced the head space by an inch, you can no longer move the Remoska when it is hot as the stand is not retained, and without the window in the lid you can not tell if the food is burning The staff have been very helpful and I decided to persevere with the third the 1st 2 were faulty I am afraid I could not now recommend a Remoska to anybody
Published 24 07 2014
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback on the new Remoska. We'll pass your comments to our buying team who will look in to them more closely.
Superb on a boat”
Since buying the Remoska, I haven't used any other means of cooking on our small motor cruiser. We have to be hooked up to shore power to use it, but it is proving invaluable. It cooks beautifully, adapts to a range of cooking methods and techniques, often all in one pot, saving time and effort. It is easy to clean and stow away, taking up very little space. I am delighted with this versatile little cooker.
Published 27 06 2014
I waited ages before buying this, and was cynical about the claims made,but am very glad I did buy it. It cooks even dense solid pork chops to a soft tender texture, and although too shallow to take a chicken whole, pieces are cooked to perfection, just as advertised. To save time I microwave jacket potatoes for 3 mins before crisping them in the Remoska. I am saving a great deal of expensive fuel by not turning the oven on. Just wish it was taller for bigger joints. Easy to use and highly recommended.
Published 27 05 2014
Much better than the last one. Better without the window”
by Ms Brown
A better shape than the original one inside. The sides do not slope in the way that the old one did so it's a more even size all over. I for one am very glad the lid is now all metal and no longer has the glass window. The lid is now much safer to remove. It can now be put much more safely down when opening to check or stir, than before. And the main repairers for Remoska told me a long time ago that one of the few parts they ever had to replace was the glass part of the lid as in rare cases it cracked. I agree with other posters about the price which is unwarrantedly high.
Published 19 05 2014
Old or new version, great for fish and chips - every bit as effective as another machine that cooks ships without the moving parts and far more versatile. I use a well known brand of chips and battered fish tossed in a tablespoonful of olive oil and set a timer for 30 minutes. Result: better than the local chippy and much much cheaper. Well done, Lakeland for importing this wonder.
Published 16 04 2014
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by Lisa Ruth COOKE
Our old style Remoska, has been put to great use making everything from muffins to biryani. I wanted a new one to leave permanently in our caravan like we originally intended with the old one! I've just done a side by side cake baking test with them. The issue with the lack of window didn't bother me as much as I'd thought it would. The new pan with the attached handles is a much more practical and of better quality, and as big. I can still fit 8 silicon cake cases in.It heated up a bit quicker they took about 4-5 mins less time to cook. Love it.Will you be doing replacement pans ?
Published 17 03 2014
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback on the new Remoska. We'll pass your comments to our buying team who will look at requests for spare pans.
Have had my second Remoska for over a week now. I have found this version slightly different so am still getting used to it. Don't mind there is no viewing glass - it was difficult to see through anyway, love the stand which enables you to rest the lid on work surface safely. As I have Standard, and in the main cook for one/two don't miss seperators but am just about to order the rack. Love it - thank you, Lakeland
Published 06 03 2014
This is my second Remoska. It looks very streamlined on my worktop and as before is extremely efficient. But no information anywhere that I can find regarding temperature so I have assume it is 180 C as before. Pity the spare and divided containers from old Remoska don't fit. Pity there is no glass window in the lid.
Published 26 02 2014
A note from the team: Thanks for the review and taking the time to speak to me on the phone. You're quite right the cooker cooks at about 180oc just like the previous model. We'll look at demand for spare & divided containers for this new model.