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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    I vote for best duty too, my 3 legger has serverd me well in the 15 years i have had it.

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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    I have a number 1 and the regular num 3. I use the number 1 to give two helpings each for four people.

    Father in law also has a couple of beautifull falkirk pots

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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    Best Duty is one of the brands I sell for my company. It is currently the most expensive potties/cast range currently available. Then it is locally manufactured and made to a higher standard. They have much less porous metal than the imports especially the brand available from Shoprite/Checkers...

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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevin View Post
    Best Duty is one of the brands I sell for my company. It is currently the most expensive potties/cast range currently available. Then it is locally manufactured and made to a higher standard. They have much less porous metal than the imports especially the brand available from Shoprite/Checkers...
    Agreed, just added a best duty no 4 to the farm range. Build quality is superior and lid fits tight etc.

    On par with the falkrik we already own

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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    Eh damn.

    Iphone auto correct has guys thinking I sell potties and not potjies. My bad.

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    Default Re: Quality Potjie pots?

    Quote Originally Posted by sa-shooter View Post
    Does one still get the Falkirk brand?
    Falkirk is still being made by a small family bussiness out in the southern suburbs, i'll try and get the contact details for everyone. Had it somewere, but lost it.

    By the way also look at alu pots, the heat spread is very even and it heatsup very fast.

    Blue flame has quite a range of them and other pots.

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