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Topic: Electric Home Rotisserie Roasting (3 msgs / 55 lines)
1) From: Dennis & Marjorie True
You are describing the Behmor 1600  it will soon be available for Appx. 
$299.00 and I have seen it in action and I personally was impressed!
Dennis
Robert Yoder wrote:
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2) From: miKe mcKoffee
Behmor 1600 may look similar but is very different from a home rotisserie
oven. Much better construction, different and higher power heating, smoke
reduction after burner, multi-speed drum motor, multi-speed fan.
Directly answering the original question somewhat surprised you asked that
Robert since you've been around awhile! All previous discussions/input
pretty much concluded the home ovens George Foreman's etc. don't have the
juice for good roasting. They can of course be modified.
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3) From: Barry Luterman
Also as I remember for some the holes were too big and smaller beans fell 
out and or the construction of the drums were too flimsy for the higher heat 
required for home roasting


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