The Kitchen For Really, Really Small Rooms

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climber

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Placing a work fridge and stove that close together can't be good, the fridge would wear out too quick I'd think. Neat idea, but even a bachelor apartment in Manhattan or Tokyo has a bigger kitchen.
 

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Great for life on a boat that you need to create a galley in. Like a purchase of a Fix'er Upper and you need to redo the entire kitchen.....Viola! Now I wonder what the power consumption rate is! Great idea
 

koga73

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seems cool, idk who would buy that tho... and another problem with it is that it all "pulls out" from this box. The space requirements for this are kind of weird since you need to make sure you have enough room on all sides to open all of the compartments
 

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I have garbage cans larger than that. So it's a stove top element and a fridge with some storage/garbage space. No oven, not even a microwave, no dishwasher. Can hardly be called a kitchen.
 

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Neat! next time i go to china i will take one of these with me! So i dont have to eat all that raw food; that gave me the craps for weeks!
 

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[citation][nom]bk420[/nom]Neat! next time i go to china i will take one of these with me! So i dont have to eat all that raw food; that gave me the craps for weeks![/citation]

That right there is symptoms of a parasitic infection, uncooked or undercooked food as well bad water.
 

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[citation][nom]climber[/nom]The single burner "stove" must be an induction cook top element.[/citation]

I don't think so. In the illustrations it says to wait until the "stove" is cool enough to close the unit up. Induction surfaces don't actually heat up, only the actual metal pan or whatever you use heats up. It's probably just an electrical stove top. That's not that far fetched.
 

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I agree with jacobdrj, I remember dorm life and this would have saved SO much room in that little 10x20 box that I shared with two roommates
 

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[citation][nom]bk420[/nom]Neat! next time i go to china i will take one of these with me! So i dont have to eat all that raw food; that gave me the craps for weeks![/citation]

raw food and China? I thought you were talking Japan. As far as I know, most of food in China ... though can be kind of "different"... but at least most of them are "cooked"

Though I do agree that in some parts of China.. getting clean water can be a problem.. but well.. you can always get a coke as long as you do not get a coke-wanna be...lol ;)

 
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