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12V Portable Marine Oven

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Imagine this… you’ve been on the road all day and the sun is setting as you pull into camp. You pitch the tent, grab your chair and pour yourself a drink. Then you pull some mini pizza’s, crispy base and all, from your Travel Buddy Portable 12V Marine Oven by Crystal Air in the back of your vehicle!

Sounds pretty good right? Well with these handy little 12V ovens the idea of oven baked food being cooked whilst in transit is a reality. Don't be fooled by its name, this oven is as handy on the boat as it is on the road. Powered from your car’s 12V cigarette socket, the Marine model just offers more space and a bit more heat than its smaller counterpart.

Mounted or free standing, the Travel Buddy Portable Marine Oven has two shelves and enough width for small pizzas, pies for the whole family or a decent sized lump of meals with some warm crusty bread, the possibilities are endless!

Campers, caravan tourers and tradespeople will find this handy little oven a priceless addition to their setup, and truck drivers may appreciate being able to heat up healthy home cooked meals rather than surviving on greasy truck-stop grub.

  • Designed and manufactured in Australia
  • 2-hour timer
  • Insulated Steel Body
  • Extra width for extra food!
  • Heats to 190°C
  • At 10 amps, it is recommended this unit be hardwired
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In Use Dimensions:
32W x 28D x 19H cm
Packed Dimensions:
32W x 28D x 19H cm
Insulated Stainless Steel
Input Power:
12V DC
Power Consumption:
10 Amp | 120 Watts
5.1 Kg
1 Year

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Jun 21 2018

Must have!!

After reading all the positive review's about the oven i just had to have one.... I now own one and it is the best product i have brought for a long time. it does cook, warm and works like they said. Recommend it.

- Merbein, VIC
May 21 2018

Best bit of kit ever!

Not only do I agree with all the positive reviews you'll read here, I must congratulate Snowys for always having the best products, prices, great communication and the highest standards of packaging and delivery.

- Carindale, QLD
Apr 16 2018


Just a great bit of kit! Money definitely will spent, I use it heaps and would recommend it.
* be warned: it’s obviously not a powerful/quick as you oven at home so allow extra cooking time eg, frozen meat pie takes 1.5 hours.

- Brunswick Lower, VIC
Apr 03 2018

Travel Buddy

This really is a travel buddy, can’t thank Snowys enough, fast delivery, packed well, arrived in perfect condition. Warm pies over Easter, everyone loved it. Next trip will try the roast. Did everything they say it will, it’s a rippa. Thanks again Snowys


Does it have to be hard wired or can you plug it into the 12v plug1 answer

Travel Buddy portable marine oven

- Albury (2 weeks ago)

G'day Gina,

These do come with a 12V plug for use in a cigarette lighter socket, but Travel Buddy recommend hardwiring where possible due to the power draw on this unit. Doing this does not void your warranty. Basically, the female plug fittings in vehicles can be a bit loose causing the plug to overheat. 

- Snowys(1 week ago)

Meat cooking?1 answer

Could you cook small roasts in this?

- Adelaide(1 month ago)

G'day Tim,

Theoretically, you could put a small roast in the Travel Buddy 12V Portable Marine Oven as it heats to 190'C, it may take a significant period of time to cook though.

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

Does the oven come with tie down brackets?1 answer

I've seen installations where there is a bracket that hooks into the locating holes on the side of the oven to screw it down.

- Perth(6 months ago)

Yep, they are included with the stove, Jarrod.

- Snowys(6 months ago)

Door1 answer

Hi How much room do you need to open the door Thanks

- Tumut(10 months ago)

G'day Phill,

Armed with my trusty tape measure, I set out on my noble quest to find the length of the door on the Travel Buddy 12V Portable Marine Oven for you. But, alas, my noble quest was thwarted before it could even begin. We're currently out of stock I'm sorry to say. Not to be deterred, however, I popped open one of the smaller ovens to get some idea of what we could be looking at. The door gives about 15mm clearance on either side of the smaller one & the design of the large is very similar. Given that the scale of the two ovens are fairly similar, I'd say that you'd be needing about 28-29cm of clearance for the door. More than happy to follow this up for you when we've got stock again if that's of any benefit to you.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

free delivery?????????????1 answer

you advertise free delivery on this item but when you go to checkout its in store pickup only. I am in the zone that qualifies for free delivery too. whats the deal guys

- chittaway bay(1 year ago)

Hi Andrew,

We do offer free shipping to your area and most of Australia but for a few select items this is not something we can offer for a variety of reasons.  This mostly relates to past experiences with shipping damage and as we like to ensure you get the best quality products, we allow pick up only on these products.  We apologise for the inconvenience but hope you understand that its in the interest of maintaining quality service.

- Snowys(1 year ago)
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
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