It works equally well on a naked flame or on an electric stove element, so you can just pump the extractor hood to maximum and roast your beans in the kitchen.
You will, of course, have to agitate the beans yourself to ensure an even roast. This can be a fun, theatrical experience that wows guests and lets you feel a bit closer to the process. Or it can be irritating. It depends on your personal preference.
The main issue with this roaster is timing. You’ll need a few tries to really get an idea for how quickly it browns the beans. The design makes checking them mid-roast distinctly difficult, so you’ll generally have to be guided by your intuition and that tell-tale first crack.