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rene redzepi is doing an ama on reddit
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If you can't get one of these, what is next best?

Tiger?
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If you can't get one of these, what is next best?

Tiger?
I think so. Panasonic also makes some, no clue how good they are. But why can't you get a Zojirushi?
Edited by b1os - 4/21/15 at 12:04pm
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I think so. Panasonic also makes some, no clue how good they are. But why can't you get a Zojirushi?

Thanks for this.

Re Zojirushi, don't think they sell in Australia.
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Thanks for this.

Re Zojirushi, don't think they sell in Australia.

I have a Zoji., but isn't Tiger a pretty good brand as well? I'm sure you could just order it, but with all the Japanese people in Oz I kind of find that hard to believe... gotta be one somewhere man! smile.gif
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I have a Zoji., but isn't Tiger a pretty good brand as well? I'm sure you could just order it, but with all the Japanese people in Oz I kind of find that hard to believe... gotta be one somewhere man! smile.gif

Yeah, more than likely I'm not looking in the right places!

It's the plug that's the issue. I see a few online with an adapter offered.
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Yeah, more than likely I'm not looking in the right places!

It's the plug that's the issue. I see a few online with an adapter offered.
Can you use 220V appliances in AUS? Then ordering 220V model and using an adapter would work (I ordered here).
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Can you use 220V appliances in AUS? Then ordering 220V model and using an adapter would work (I ordered here).

Thanks. Yep, 220 is OK. Would need an adapter.

Might go into a local Asian grocery and see what it what.
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