WaveBox makes big claims of being the world’s first truly portable microwave oven, and it is said to bring the power of the kitchen to mini-vans, trucks, jobsites, and more. A triple-power delivery system allows the WaveBox to run off a standard AC outlet, the 12-volt power socket in most vehicles, or by direct connection to a 12-volt battery. It reportedly has a built-in, retractable AC cord and swappable DC cords for the vehicle power socket or direct battery connection; no inverter is needed. There are two models from which to choose — the Original and Extreme Duty. It also comes with the CoolWave, a soft-side cooler that fits inside the microwave to keep food and drinks cool until meal time. It will be available from Cabela’s and Mills Fleet Farm stores and retails from $179 to $199.
Staff | September 28, 2010