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Origo 6000 Alcohol Stove/oven (retail $1,800) on

US $1,200.00

Asheville, North Carolina, United States

Asheville, North Carolina, United States

I have been using the Origo 6000 in my van to cook/bake with for a few months now, but am looking to downsize my in-van cooking. The Origo is an excellent option for cooking in a small space. It uses denatured alcohol for fuel, so no need to worry about pressurized canisters inside a small space. The Origo 6000 is meant for use on boats, so it is gimbal mounted. This feature is excellent for vans/mobile homes to help create a level cooking surface wherever you are parked.

I got the stove/oven in like new condition, and have only used it for a few months, so it is still in excellent condition. It is a very sturdy appliance, and I've had no issues with it so far.

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