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    Ausfish Premium Member wags on the water's Avatar
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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    One of the starters doesn't work on my unit, but apart from that, it fits perfectly into the kitchen where 2 single burners won't. No more having to cut bacon rashers in half and having to cook meals in 2 frypans. I just need to find a way of securing the unit and plate in the CT as the plate won't fit in position when I close the kitchen up. Another project in the making.....

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    so how did the camping go Wags? and i would use a hammer
    The beer is the same on both sides of the boat

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Mike - Great to get away from the frantic pace of the city and relax for 5 days. Kayaking on Maroon Dam, Wyaralong Dam and a few sections of the Upper Logan River. The hammer won't fit this situation.

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    We were lucky to get one from santa (brejen) and they are great ..have used it quite a few times since and find them very handy to have ...thank you santa ..
    Cheers Tezza

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Who knows where the best buy for a u-bute is atm????
    Stop professional fishing... before it's too late!

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Anyone else have an issue with left starter not working?
    My ignition wire that goes along the bottom up to the gas ring has melted/crumbled..
    Only used it twice I will be trying to sort it out with u-bute but I bought it through catchoftheday so unsure where I stand? I don't wanna pay return shipping that's for sure, probably cost me as much as the u-bute.

    Edit - See post below for update - complete Ubute replacement at no cost and faulty unit was not required for returning




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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    if you've got power onboard, i'd opt for an portable induction unit.... direct contact, safer, and no hassles with wind or running out of gas.

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Have to get on here and give U-Bute.com.au a big thumbs up regarding customer service, Had an issue with the left starter wire and emailed U-Bute.com.au they replied the next day with a customer complaint form to complete. A day later I had an email saying they have sent me a package. Thinking it was a replacement wire, 12 days later a whole new U-bute arrived at the local post office

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Quote Originally Posted by Triple View Post
    Have to get on here and give U-Bute.com.au a big thumbs up regarding customer service, Had an issue with the left starter wire and emailed U-Bute.com.au they replied the next day with a customer complaint form to complete. A day later I had an email saying they have sent me a package. Thinking it was a replacement wire, 12 days later a whole new U-bute arrived at the local post office
    That is good to hear, I was worried about mine as it is still in the box unused, hopefully will try it out this weekend.

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Boyz,
    Let us know when they come on sale again or where there is a good shop to get them from.
    Tradelink had them but sold out as soon as they came in!
    Cheers
    Stop professional fishing... before it's too late!

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Was down at springwood marine today they got them for 129 which is a fair price I thought and you don't have to wait for postage. I'll nearly pay a million for not having to wait post especially from china or the usa

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    Quote Originally Posted by 20ran. View Post
    Was down at springwood marine today they got them for 129 which is a fair price I thought and you don't have to wait for postage. I'll nearly pay a million for not having to wait post especially from china or the usa
    They are posted within aus and mine took 14 days to arrive which was fair considering they were on special for $49 so would have got amlot of orders to fill. I have seen them come on special again twice since for $59 and $69 so they are a great buy when they come up.

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    The main u bute site has them at $85 + postage at the mo.

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    Re: Ubute Cookers


    Heads up they are
    $59 @ Camping Plus
    224 Brisbane rd Labrador

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    Re: Ubute Cookers

    sorry post removed, didnt realise this was an old post.
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