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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    I am the opposite - was glad to get off gas and go with a glasstop that is easy to clean. If it were cost effective I would ditch my gas hot water heater too.
    Yeah, I'd love to do solar for hot water.
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    The stove posts reminded me that I am pleased with my induction cooktop, convection oven though. I had the option of a gas stove but preferred the electric induction. It gets hot but doesn't stay hot for very long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by razz View Post
    The stove posts reminded me that I am pleased with my induction cooktop, convection oven though. I had the option of a gas stove but preferred the electric induction. It gets hot but doesn't stay hot for very long.
    I know these terms, induction and convection, but I do not have one of these devices.

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    When I bought my microwave in 2006 it was also a regular and induction oven. It cost 800. At the time we were having lots of big parties and I needed both ovens. The down side is you have to wait for it to cool down before you can use the microwave. Now we live in a smaller house and the most I invite at once is 15 people so I haven’t used the oven in 7 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post

    Magic shower moves up for tall people, down for short people, Can be rotated into several fixed positions, and showerhead can be removed for a handheld access. Here is a photo of the magic shower upside down
    We have a magic shower too. I agree, it's awesome! Not only for showering, but for cleaning the shower too. In a perfect world every shower would be like this!

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