Tatung rice cooker online (240V)

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Tatung rice cooker online (240V)

Postby gcat » 31 May 2012, 05:50

Having returned to Australia, I really miss my trusty red tatung rice cooker. I didn't bring it back because of voltage problems. However, it seems like there might be 240V models out there. Does anyone know where I can buy a 240V model online?
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Re: Tatung rice cooker online (240V)

Postby mikshoton » 02 Jun 2012, 14:26

I would try pchome. I searched 大同 (Tatung) and narrowed items to electric pots/rice cookers. Hope this helps!

http://ecshweb.pchome.com.tw/search/v1/ ... rtOrder=DC
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Re: Tatung rice cooker online (240V)

Postby gcat » 06 Jun 2012, 18:39

Thanks mikshoton, in the end I went the ebay route - fingers crossed.
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