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 Post subject: New Origo 6000 Stove
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2017 20:02 
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Able Bodied Seaman

Joined: 20 Nov 2014 16:20
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Installed new Origo stove, removed old CNG System. Was cooking on a Butane cook top for a while, but NG underway. A friend who sails a Morgan 323 recommended it, he has one and is very happy with it. I also read a lot of positive posts. Lit it off yesterday for the first time, seemed like a pretty hot flame. I had an older style Origo Alcohol/Electric on a 2002 boat, it was terrible, about 20 minutes to boil a tea kettle. This seems much better !

Todd
S/V Bleu Moon
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 Post subject: Re: New Origo 6000 Stove
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2017 17:42 
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Joined: 04 Aug 2013 13:33
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The same unit came on Lunacy, but cosmetically it shows its age. Still works great though. I offered to put in whatever system the Galley Goddess desired, but she prefers the Origo as there is no concern about possible propane accidents.

The Origo was rated as one of 3 best by Practical Sailor in one of their reviews a while back and the burners are rated at 6,000 btu whereas many propane units are 4,000 btu. We have no complaints about how quickly the percolator makes a strong pot of coffee.

However, she did complained about how long it took to bake a lasagna once. I tried to explain that opening the door every 10 minutes to see if it's browning will lengthen cooking time.

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 Post subject: Re: New Origo 6000 Stove
PostPosted: 19 Nov 2017 09:02 
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Good one, a watched pot never boils. Lasagna sounds pretty ambitious, even in a regular oven it takes awhile. I give your Gally Goddess credit !


 
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