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  • Re: Newbie Storage Question

    I will caution you. Be careful when you move the egg back and forth, especially if you have a lip dividing your garage from your driveway. An egg handler is a great thing, but I don't like one since I travel with my large and don't want to undo the bolts everytime. I just make sure that I grab it from the nest and usually rest the handle or hinge on my shoulder as I move it with the nest. If you pull it from the handle then you are asking for some trouble. Even a pebble can cause it to stop and flip over as you are pulling it. A number of people have posted their broken eggs. :pinch:
  • Re: Newbie Storage Question

    You don't have to worry about that. I cook out of my garage and rarely ever take it out. I usually only take it out if I am searing or cooking pizza's. When you are done just close down the vents and put on the green cap. :)
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