1:(You cannot cook something) Scale Cooker by Prestige

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1:(You cannot cook something) Scale Cooker by Prestige

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Didn't knew where to put this thing up so posting it here. Thought of sharing it as it qualifies as a scale model, Admin's can delete it from here if it violates the rules.

This is very good and is made purely of stainless steel just like the original one. Bought this in one go because I liked this cute thing and I do remember seeing this in one toy shop years ago but was unable to get at that time.

Small details like nuts, gasket, details on handle is very well made considering the 150INR I paid for this. Now its kept in the kitchen by my mother who took it in one go after seeing it the very first time.

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This is very cool, Sometimes you cannot ignore miniatures. I got one long time back.
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My wife got herself one of these too. Can't say no to a good scale model and unlike the Aa DeLorean, this one is actually stainless-steel.
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My daughter has one too. This is brilliantly replicated for such small scale.

Bburago, Maisto, Motormax should line up at Hawkins and learn a thing or two about detailing.
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bandhav wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 6:55 am
My daughter has one too. This is brilliantly replicated for such small scale.

Bburago, Maisto, Motormax should line up at Hawkins and learn a thing or two about detailing.
Ha ha ha ha... Very true especially for Motormax :hahaha:
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bandhav wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 6:55 am
My daughter has one too. This is brilliantly replicated for such small scale.

Bburago, Maisto, Motormax should line up at Hawkins and learn a thing or two about detailing.
True that, for the price I think this one is too good.

@Black Adder Didn't knew that it is made of stainless steel. :think:

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My daughter shared the photo of her example.

Detailing is so brilliant and to scale that in this image it can passed as a 1:1.

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Black Adder wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 2:48 am
My wife got herself one of these too. Can't say no to a good scale model and unlike the Aa DeLorean, this one is actually stainless-steel.
Hahaha... :hahaha:

What a dig at Aa!!
bandhav wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 6:55 am
My daughter has one too. This is brilliantly replicated for such small scale.
Bburago, Maisto, Motormax should line up at Hawkins and learn a thing or two about detailing.
Hahaha, imagine a conference where all them (people representing these diecast makes) are siting on one side and prestige giving them a presentation ! :rofl:

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@Piyush Can you post a picture with it in the hand or anything as a reference to get an idea of the scale. thanks :)

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varish_cartographer wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:03 am
@Piyush Can you post a picture with it in the hand or anything as a reference to get an idea of the scale. thanks :)
Here is a picture of it on standard gas burner, this will give yo an idea about size.

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bandhav wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:11 am
varish_cartographer wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:03 am
@Piyush Can you post a picture with it in the hand or anything as a reference to get an idea of the scale. thanks :)
Here is a picture of it on standard gas burner, this will give yo an idea about size.
Thanks bro. I actually went to the kitchen trying to calculate the approximate size of this one. Unfortunately there are varying sizes of the burners on the stove. :rofl:
What is it? 1/6, 1/8 ???

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LOL... this looks awesome!! Had no idea that you could get one in scale form! :biggrin:
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Unusual but really amazing. Get a Barbie doll now.
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Piyush wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 8:49 am

@Black Adder Didn't knew that it is made of stainless steel. :think:
Piyush, I think the lid is stainless and the body is aluminum. It is so well buffed, it shines like steel.
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bandhav wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:11 am


Here is a picture of it on standard gas burner, this will give yo an idea about size.

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Yours is slightly different I guess. Maybe older model.


varish_cartographer wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 11:03 am

Thanks bro. I actually went to the kitchen trying to calculate the approximate size of this one. Unfortunately there are varying sizes of the burners on the stove. :rofl:
What is it? 1/6, 1/8 ???
It's more like 1/6 in scale. You can still use it in your dioramas with proper positioning.
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Wed Aug 12, 2020 12:50 pm
LOL... this looks awesome!! Had no idea that you could get one in scale form! :biggrin:
This was not I wanted, Saw it few days on amazon and thought of getting one.
car-o-phile wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 1:32 pm
Unusual but really amazing. Get a Barbie doll now.
A Kitchen set would be more apt.
Black Adder wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 2:35 pm

Piyush, I think the lid is stainless and the body is aluminum. It is so well buffed, it shines like steel.
Yep, Looks like but difference is very minimal.

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