The Dometic exhaust cooker hoods quickly draw cooking fumes, odours and moisture out of the vehicle. The compact fan, equipped with a 12-volt motor, is integrated into the roof dome and not into the unit itself. This design optimises airflow and performance. The external connection consists of a flexible pipe and a weather-proof cap which is installed on the roof of the caravan.
The compact hobs from Dometic let you cook in confined spaces with two or three burners. All models have a shiny glass surface – really eye-catching and extremely easy to clean. The hobs are fitted flush with the worktop. Ergonomically positioned control knobs let you keep all the cooking under perfect control.
Cake or pizza, juicy roast or crispy chicken, grilled dishes … you can create the most delicious delicacies when travelling, with your built-in Dometic oven. Adjusting the temperature and grill setting (no grill on CMBOA) is easy and convenient. The FO211GT/FO311GT models even have a rotary plate for warming up meals in the grill. All models include a baking tray and rack (with the exception of the FO211GT).
The wide product selection makes it easy to find the best sink for your installation needs: round or square, sinks in various dimensions, all of them compact. They also come with a practical glass lid which is simply folded down after washing up, providing additional workspace. All sinks are supplied complete with siphon and rubber seal.
Cooking and washing up all in one. The compact hob / sink combinations have two or three cooking rings and a sink. Once you’ve finished one job, just fold down the integrated glass lid and you have another surface.
In the course of a nice barbecue evening the temperature drops and everybody starts shivering. Luckily, your compact infrared gas grill quickly converts into a heater for pleasant radiant heat. To use the heater function simply turn the burner panel with the infrared hotplates and place it in inclined position. In barbecue mode the highly efficient ceramic burners radiate uniform heat directly to the meat.
Anyone who does not wish to miss out on coffee brewed using standard commercial coffee pads while on the road will take their machine along from home – yet this requires at least one sine-wave inverter (1,500 watts) in order to operate on board. A relatively cost-intensive undertaking for just a few cups of coffee!