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Old 10-24-2008, 03:24 PM   #15
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We have a 2006 Bambi Safari (22') and it has a stove/oven. Well we hardly ever use the oven. Anyone know what microwave would fit in it (storage wise). Even better would be a way to remove the oven part and put the microwave in it's place -- but that's probably too ambitious for me.
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Old 10-24-2008, 03:37 PM   #16
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The Sharper Image Microwave will probably fit (store) in you oven...it's about a foot each dimension. Really a nice little unit per my earlier post...we took it on the WBCCI Alyeska trip this past year, and it will run off one of those little 1,000 watt geneartors sole on e-bay for $100 or so.
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Old 01-24-2009, 07:41 PM   #17
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We have 2004 28 safari, this is really pitiful in my opinion that a premium product such as this does not have a microwave?? Is it just me, or should this be something we would expect in the years of production say after 1990? Please do not get me wrong, I love our a/s, but if sales are falling off, maybe a look at what might be the reason is more than just the economy. Little things like a decent bed would go a long way in customer satisfaction as well.
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I found a Haier .5 cubic foot microwave, 600w., on Amazon. It might work on a 1,000 watt generator. But, no product reviews and when I looked on the Haier website, they don't list it at all. The other thing is that it is purple. It looks to be about a foot square. I wonder if its the one sold at Sharper Image which is now defunct I think.

There's also a low power Sharp microwave which is also a broiler and toaster. Seems to be around $150. It got some bad reviews on Amazon for quality.

We have an 800 w. microwave, but it won't run on a 1,000 w. gen. plugged into the shore power.

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Old 01-24-2009, 11:23 PM   #19
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We have 2004 28 safari, this is really pitiful in my opinion that a premium product such as this does not have a microwave?? Is it just me, or should this be something we would expect in the years of production say after 1990? Please do not get me wrong, I love our a/s, but if sales are falling off, maybe a look at what might be the reason is more than just the economy. Little things like a decent bed would go a long way in customer satisfaction as well.
Hi, some models of Airstreams besides having a stove top, come with an oven, or a microwave, or a microwave/convection. Mine came with the stove top, an oven, and a microwave. I think the floor plan has something to do with it.
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Old 01-25-2009, 08:11 AM   #20
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we are in the middle of a kitchen make over for our "vintage argosy" and I am looking at as many pics as I can to come up with the nicest most space friendly design I can find. How much space does the micro take up in the pantry unit that is shown in your pic. above? I am thinking about taking out the whole stove/oven and just going with a micro/convection oven as we are mostly weekenders and do most of my cooking on a portable gas stove top outside.
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Old 01-25-2009, 09:49 AM   #21
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Not the same one as an Iwave Cube

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I found a Haier .5 cubic foot microwave, 600w., on Amazon. It might work on a 1,000 watt generator. But, no product reviews and when I looked on the Haier website, they don't list it at all. The other thing is that it is purple. It looks to be about a foot square. I wonder if its the one sold at Sharper Image which is now defunct I think.

There's also a low power Sharp microwave which is also a broiler and toaster. Seems to be around $150. It got some bad reviews on Amazon for quality.

We have an 800 w. microwave, but it won't run on a 1,000 w. gen. plugged into the shore power.

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Gene, Yhis is not the same one as the Iwave Cube unit. Gerry
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:10 AM   #22
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I'm also interested in the cost. Thanks
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Which brand/model microwave did you use? Any pics?

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I like it! I have a 2004 CCD and was able to install a microwave on the floor directly under the stove/oven. We cut out the white panel so that it's snug around the microwave. Then used "L" brackets to secure the microwave to the floor. Pretty tight without loss of storage space.
Hi there, I'm new to Airstream-ing and just bought a 2004 22ft. CCD. I have an oven right now and wanted to put a microwave in. I may remove the oven, but your mod may allow me to both!! Wondering if you had any pictures of the install and info about the brand/model of microwave you used? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!!
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I have the Sharp Microwave Drawer in my AS. I have been very pleased with it so far. The "drawer" configuration allows for easy accessibility if if is mounted below counter height.

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