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Complete Instant Barbeque £1.00 @ Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Good if you are going camping or even if you are thinking of just using it in the garden Read More
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11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
Good if you are going camping or even if you are thinking of just using it in the garden
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11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
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#1
These are abysmal. Not nearly enough coal in it and took a great effort to get going, but never cooked the food correctly.

The best disposable are the Tesco ones but think they cost £3-4 each.
#2
katchiib
These are abysmal. Not nearly enough coal in it and took a great effort to get going, but never cooked the food correctly.
The best disposable are the Tesco ones but think they cost £3-4 each.
For an extra quid you could get 1KG bag of coal, maybe use some of the coal in it
#3
Deluxe_Batman
katchiib
These are abysmal. Not nearly enough coal in it and took a great effort to get going, but never cooked the food correctly.
The best disposable are the Tesco ones but think they cost £3-4 each.
For an extra quid you could get 1KG bag of coal, maybe use some of the coal in it

I tried that. The "grill" was so cheaply made of thin wire it was almost impossible to get it back together after adding more coal.

Seriously these are not a good product!
#4
Freezing cold, much like the middle of your sausages after trying unsuccessfully to cook then on one of these. (Speaking from experience)
#5
Yep, these are hopeless
#6
Deluxe_Batman
katchiib
These are abysmal. Not nearly enough coal in it and took a great effort to get going, but never cooked the food correctly.
The best disposable are the Tesco ones but think they cost £3-4 each.
For an extra quid you could get 1KG bag of coal, maybe use some of the coal in it


Kind of defeats the object of buying a £1 "barbeque" if you're spending another pound on coal to put in it...
#7
These are a cheap-and-nasty version of the quite-cheap-and-quite-nasty £2-3 ones sold in the supermarkets... But if you compare visually and in use, the supermarket ones are wider, deeper and burn for much longer.

Rather than get these I would keep an eye on the local supermarkets for when they reduce theirs to £1 or 50p, and then stock up for next year.

This is yet another stock pound shop unbranded item, sold every year,that is not worth the money.
#8
Deluxe_Batman
katchiib
These are abysmal. Not nearly enough coal in it and took a great effort to get going, but never cooked the food correctly.
The best disposable are the Tesco ones but think they cost £3-4 each.
For an extra quid you could get 1KG bag of coal, maybe use some of the coal in it


Coal!? Presume you meant charcoal
#9
never again buying one of these, need to buy 3 and combine all the charcoal to get a decent BBQ going. Only tried cooking a couple of burgers too

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