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saw these in asda clydebank @ only 50p - there was at least a pallet of them .
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GAVINLEWISHUKD#1
Summer must be over is Scotland. They were still £1 in my local Asda.
SLIM_JIM#2
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edgygit#3
£1.50 in Bristol :(
GAVINLEWISHUKD#4
edgygit
£1.50 in Bristol :(

So 50p in Scotland, £1 in the midlands and £1.50 down south!

The divide is still strong I see! X)
tfish#5
1.50 ne.eng
RedOnRed#6
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
whatyadoinsucka#7
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
schmee 1 Like #8
They were down to 50p in the store in Coleraine, Northern Ireland too. I saw them earlier today.
BeerGoggles#9
So reduced in the places that have worse weather than England - Scotland & NI :|
del3165#10
B&q are doing a twin pack for £1
souljacker 2 Likes #11
whatyadoinsucka
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
They kill stupid people... Seriously, and who would use one inside a tent??
sancho1983 1 Like #12
Just in case stupid people are reading this


Don't leave these in a tent overnight, or a car/van/caravan/trailer tent/motor home/RV you are sleeping in

Oh, and don't cook with them either, terrible things...
daved2006 1 Like #13
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
They kill stupid people... Seriously, and who would use one inside a tent??

What a narrow minded and point of view. People have extinguished these and brought them inside tent porches/shelters not realising they still will give off harmful fumes. Not something I would do mysel but I think it's pretty wicked to say they are all stupid.
sancho1983#14
daved2006
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
They kill stupid people... Seriously, and who would use one inside a tent??

What a narrow minded and point of view. People have extinguished these and brought them inside tent porches/shelters not realising they still will give off harmful fumes. Not something I would do mysel but I think it's pretty wicked to say they are all stupid.

I don't get why people bring them into their tents though, they give off little to no heat afterwards. Plus, just get a decent sleeping bag/liner or mtfu
daved2006#15
sancho1983
daved2006
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
They kill stupid people... Seriously, and who would use one inside a tent??

What a narrow minded and point of view. People have extinguished these and brought them inside tent porches/shelters not realising they still will give off harmful fumes. Not something I would do mysel but I think it's pretty wicked to say they are all stupid.

I don't get why people bring them into their tents though, they give off little to no heat afterwards. Plus, just get a decent sleeping bag/liner or mtfu

I use an electric fan heater and notebook grill for camping, I would not go anywhere one of these. The coals will obviously be dosed in accelerants to get them to light immediately and got knows what the coals are actually made off as well as the fact your food will virtually sit on top of the raging inferno.

Edited By: daved2006 on Jul 26, 2012 22:27
BourneTrader#16
my store has them for £1.75 and they are selling like hot cakes!
souljacker#17
daved2006
souljacker
whatyadoinsucka
RedOnRed
You have to watch these disposable BBQs. All too often the food sits almost directly on the coals and just gets burnt instead of cooked.
and they still don.t have 'carbon monoxide' warnings, these kill !!!
They kill stupid people... Seriously, and who would use one inside a tent??

What a narrow minded and point of view. People have extinguished these and brought them inside tent porches/shelters not realising they still will give off harmful fumes. Not something I would do mysel but I think it's pretty wicked to say they are all stupid.

why would you extinguish it then bring it into the tent??
daved2006#18
As I have said already "not something I would do". Being a family camper myself I just feel sorry for the young kids that have lost their lives in this way.
ianshona#19
Bought one on Sunday, the worst disposable BBQ I have ever (not) used. Failed to light ended up using the grill ;) maybe just a duff one but will never ever buy this brand again ;(
THEMOSH70#20
hmmm imparts a lovely flavour of lighter fluid to the food....

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