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Been keeping an eye on this for a while for a family member as they wanted a cheap DIY barbecue for the summer. Was originally going to buy from BBQBarbecues (next cheapest at £26.50 delivered) but Amazon have smashed it out of the park!

Cheapest price ever at less than £20 - well worth a buy.

Barbecue with chrome-plated cooking grill
Charcoal grid & Ash tray
Good-sized cooking area - 67cm x 39cm
Suitable for up to 8 persons
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banned#1
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B000TAR54A/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
#2
Got one, OK for feeding the 5000 but you need a bl**dy lot of charcoal. And anything other than briquettes and lots of it falls through.
#3
Got one of these, very good for 19.99!
7 Likes #4
http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/ss63/sambird3/homer-bbq_zpsc10627c2.jpg
#5
Anyone seen any available with the oven instead of just the grill.
Plus lidl do briquettes I think 2.99 for a 7kg bag. Part of their xxl stuff. Bargain.
Prefer lumpwood myself as it gets hotter and burn well.
1 Like #6
Little clue for the hard of thinking....you don't HAVE to fill the entire pan with charcoal. If you're planning on just burning a few bangers, then just a small amount of charcoal will do!
#7
does it come with the bricks?
#8
fozed
does it come with the bricks?


Nope
#9
Looks to be the same in all but the name as the one I bought at the end of last season from Wilkinsons for £5.00

Do It Yourself Barbecue Grill Set £5.00 @ Wilkinsons - now in store only
#10
Lucky_Taz
Looks to be the same in all but the name as the one I bought at the end of last season from Wilkinsons for £5.00

Do It Yourself Barbecue Grill Set £5.00 @ Wilkinsons - now in store only

I bagged that same one last year for a quid. Not used it yet admittedly, still building the patio to put it on! I also have the one with the oven I got from the local car boot for a fiver, again waiting to be used....
banned#11
Very deceptive image as I understand in the small print you'll note they don't actually send you the bricks.
2 Likes #12
sircrusticroc
Very deceptive image as I understand in the small print you'll note they don't actually send you the bricks.

I imagine the postage costs would be rather prohibitive?
#13
tek-monkey
sircrusticroc
Very deceptive image as I understand in the small print you'll note they don't actually send you the bricks.

I imagine the postage costs would be rather prohibitive?


It'd take forever for the postie to feed all the bricks through the letter box one by one too!!!
banned 1 Like #14
fozed
does it come with the bricks?

nope would make the shipping silly

so just better of buying bricks and sand, and building it for the size of your oven racks (when bbqing take the racks out when not put them back it cleaned ofc *or just buy a rack for it anywhere to get a bigger cocking area or save the swapping*, and a modded oil drum for the coals or just use a second rack for coals tho not a great idea since coals can roll off on to the ground then) just as much effort *ok maybe 30 mins or so more to mod the drum* cost £5-£10 *for a used oil drum* since the bricks and sand dont count in to it at vs this

tho ofc if your going to do that so much better just to build an oil drum style bbq , with some welded steel legs (or order replacement legs from one of the bbq mfg about £5 each), than save the brick cost, and have a wind prove bbq that you can also use as a smoker with added vents, that is just as good as retail ones that sale for £70 - £300

guides for both ways all over the net, ofc its better if you know the req'ed skills for either style bbq, tho most people with some or any diy exp can make both, just make sure its safe and use common scene, and make sure to clean burn the drum before food use since you have no idea where its from (tho you can buy food grade ones online for diy bbq projects but that would add to the cost and make this cheap going price for those is £30+)



Edited By: chrisking66 on Aug 08, 2014 19:12: ...
#15
DicedUpDave
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B000TAR54A/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/charts/landmann-diy-charcoal-barbecue.png

Hot product hot price + heat ;)
#16
Are the bricks included? Looks awesome with bricks
#17
chrisking66
fozed
does it come with the bricks?

...anywhere to get a bigger cocking area or save the swapping*...

It sounds like you have fun when you barbecue (_;)
banned#18
without cement?
banned#19
Jobb
chrisking66
fozed
does it come with the bricks?

...anywhere to get a bigger cocking area or save the swapping*...

It sounds like you have fun when you barbecue (_;)

lmao silly typos
#20
I have never seen the point of these brick barbecues. You can't regulate the temperature and all that lovely smoke is lost. Best to get a kettle with a lid - tastes much nicer :-)
#21
chrisking66
fozed
does it come with the bricks?

nope would make the shipping silly

so just better of buying bricks and sand, and building it for the size of your oven racks (when bbqing take the racks out when not put them back it cleaned ofc *or just buy a rack for it anywhere to get a bigger cocking area or save the swapping*, and a modded oil drum for the coals or just use a second rack for coals tho not a great idea since coals can roll off on to the ground then) just as much effort *ok maybe 30 mins or so more to mod the drum* cost £5-£10 *for a used oil drum* since the bricks and sand dont count in to it at vs this

tho ofc if your going to do that so much better just to build an oil drum style bbq , with some welded steel legs (or order replacement legs from one of the bbq mfg about £5 each), than save the brick cost, and have a wind prove bbq that you can also use as a smoker with added vents, that is just as good as retail ones that sale for £70 - £300

guides for both ways all over the net, ofc its better if you know the req'ed skills for either style bbq, tho most people with some or any diy exp can make both, just make sure its safe and use common scene, and make sure to clean burn the drum before food use since you have no idea where its from (tho you can buy food grade ones online for diy bbq projects but that would add to the cost and make this cheap going price for those is £30+)




A bigger what area??

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