Brisbane TableTop BBQ with Grill RRP £44.99 As Seen on the Gadget Show £14.99 del @ Ebay (Planet Gizmo) - HotUKDeals
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With this piece of portable magic you'll be ready to BBQ up some grub wherever the Sun may take you this summer. With its ingenious design directing the heat away from the bottom, it allows you BBQ straight from the tabletop. Bring on those burnt sausages!

The Brisbane Tabletop BBQ is custom-built for your summer. If you're like us, you'll agree that BBQs are the best thing about the Summer, and with one of these portable affairs you'll be able to have them wherever you please. All you have to do is load it up with charcoal, close the lid and take it wherever you think could be improved by some burnt chicken wings.
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#1
Cheers bees. Bought one to leave at the caravan. Perfect.
#2
Ordered. Thanks.
#3
looks a great little bbq must have one
#4
Would these not get hot at the bottom and burn any table you put them on?
#5
loopie
Would these not get hot at the bottom and burn any table you put them on?

says
Designed specifically so that the heat of the charcoal is not directed towards the base.
#6
loopie
Would these not get hot at the bottom and burn any table you put them on?


probably why they have it on a tiled table-top in their picture ;)
#7
toonarmani
loopie
Would these not get hot at the bottom and burn any table you put them on?


probably why they have it on a tiled table-top in their picture ;)


Read the blurb on the link
Hot (literally)
#8
DavieDeal
loopie
Would these not get hot at the bottom and burn any table you put them on?

says
Designed specifically so that the heat of the charcoal is not directed towards the base.


As its metal and a good conductor of heat, I bet the base gets hot, would be interested to hear from any one with one of these?
#9
Great price. Ordered, thank you.
#10
There is one review on amazon that says that they wouldn't use it on their best patio furniture. They give it 4*, though, so it may be pretty good. I am a bit worried about stability. The top is wider than the base and it would be pretty dangerous if it fell over. If anyone has one it would be good to find out their opinion.
4 Likes #11
I have one of these it's the worst portable barbecue I've ever had!
#12
sibelius
I have one of these it's the worst portable barbecue I've ever had!


Would be more helpful to give constructive criticism ie what makes it "the worst"...(_;)
#13
ordered one, thanks.
#14
Just put it on a stable trivet.
1 Like #15
-BA-
Just put it on a stable trivet.


I haven't got a stable - will a shed trivet do?
#16
Very good. I see what you did there :)
#17
cheers, I think I'll chance it.
#18
brilliant item the best ever perfectly safe easy to use and clean and also very stable
#19
Got good reviews, does anyone know if an instant light charcoal pack fits in nicely?
#20
That looks dangerous and I would never use that for a proper barbie, it looks to be just a browner at the dinner table for chops or whatever, occasional use only by the looks of it!
#21
Ordered - will be excellent for camping at festivals over the summer!
#22
Dont look much better than the disposable ones in pound land
#23
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!
#24
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!
#25
mamboboy
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!


I usually find waiting until the coals have died down a little, plus judging whether it is cooked or not by how long things have been on there rather than their appearance to be more successful...
#26
G'deal.

thougjust a grill, not a barbie.
#27
I think most of you girls should just stick to gas and leave all us real men to cook with the flame. I like the look of this little bbq, I like it alot.
#28
Ordered...Thx :D
#29
Thanks for the post, Amibees. :{
#30
mamboboy
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!


Yea you are supposed to wait until flames have dies down before you put the meat on lol.. I used some on camping and they worked fine.
#31
mamboboy
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!

Rookie!
#32
BeerGoggles
mamboboy
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!


Yea you are supposed to wait until flames have dies down before you put the meat on lol.. I used some on camping and they worked fine.


We did, the charcoal was white hot. But the fat from the ribs was causing flames which set them on fire lol.

I'm less than a rookie with BBQ's, I sit back and let people cook it for me! :P
#33
Ordered Thanks!
#34
I have had every type of BBQ going over the last 40 years and the point is you only have a limited window of opportunity to cook. Of course I let the flames/coals die down but bbq's are still at their hottest at that point when the flames have died down and then, suprise suprise, start to cooldown. You just carry on without adjustment and I will be able to cook for longer and to perfection with a little bit of adjustment.It is what it is.
BeerGoggles
mamboboy
aajax42
For what its worth, I would never buy a BBQ that hasn't got an adjustable height for the grill. BBQ's get very hot at first, hence the burnt sausages and burgers. If you can raise the grill and lower it you can cook to perfection. But of course you might like to eat charcoal!


I agree. I went to a BBQ over a friends last month. It was a cheap small BBQ from Asda, was blaring hot when we put the ribs on...within 5 minutes or so they were black and ON FIRE... figured they'd be done... took a bite and still completely raw on the inside. Rough!


Yea you are supposed to wait until flames have dies down before you put the meat on lol.. I used some on camping and they worked fine.




Edited By: aajax42 on Jun 19, 2011 22:26
#35
I thought everyone knew you can[t do a proper BBQ sitting down (unless you're a wheelchair user etc) you have to stand, wearing a pinnie, sunglasses & a hat (nothing else)

Seriously though, good idea, but would feel far hapier if it had a minimum of three legs, also, I for one would not trust most garden furniture, although I'd pay money to watch someone use this on a plastic table X)

EVEN IF it didn't burn the table
EVEN IF the table was nominally stable
EVEN IF it cooked BBQ perfectly
I STILL WOULDN'T RISK the prospect of having one of these emptied over my lap

- I can already see the headlines in the Daily Mail "Foreign BBQ scars man for life" - then again, the next month they'll probably find that it cures cancer!
#36
Thanks! ;)
#37
Just ordered another, great little BBQ. ;)
#38
I used this BBQ for the 1st time yesterday and its amazing tbh!!

Awesome purchase ****
#39
used over the weekend, perfectly good and safe, there is adjustment too for the poster that raised (the correct point) about being able to vary the height. To adjust you rotate the wire rack and its "sits" in different slots, either just above the coals or higher up, Great buy at £15 imo.
#40
went camping for first time over weekend with the kids, they loved it so expect more weekends in a wet field :) so this is a must! Thanks OP Bargin

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