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Landmann Oil Drum BBQ 79.99 now 59.99 on line now 10.00 in store @ woolworths

£10.00 @ Woolworths
Got one of these today. Portable steel charcoal BBQ 2 adjustable chrome plated cooking grills 42 x 47cm each Hearth protectors and charcoal trays for easy disposal Large wire storage table undernea…
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Got one of these today. Portable steel charcoal BBQ
2 adjustable chrome plated cooking grills 42 x 47cm each
Hearth protectors and charcoal trays for easy disposal
Large wire storage table underneath.
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#1
nice one, i'll be getting one of these tomorrow if they've any in :)

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/13/97/93/13979337.jpg
#2
Might as well spend £2 more and get the 2 burner gas one posted earlier.
#3
simate
Might as well spend £2 more and get the 2 burner gas one posted earlier.


Link?

Mike..
#5
cool, thanks,

Mike..
#6
nah dont like my food gassed, would rather it charred :)
#7
didnt have either in Largs :(
#8
Gas BOO doesn't taste the same.:p
#9
Just got one from my local. Now to take the gas one back as I defo prefer taste from coal BBQ. :thumbsup:
#10
I phoned my local woolworths, they have none but are due a big delivery at the end of next week
banned#11
simate
Might as well spend £2 more and get the 2 burner gas one posted earlier.


if you are going to use gas you may as well not bother and use the oven in the kitchen.
#12
simate
Might as well spend £2 more and get the 2 burner gas one posted earlier.

may as well save the £2 and get a proper barbecue, not a grill.
#13
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may as well save the £2 and get a proper barbecue, not a grill.


Manic Juande
if you are going to use gas you may as well not bother and use the oven in the kitchen.


Each to their own I say. I prefer a gas bbq, meat holds it's moisture soooo much better, especially chicken when the lid is down.
#14
i got on of these last year. cut the legs right down, so the base of the barrel sits about 2inches off the ground and use it when i am camping for both BBQ'ing and firepit.

works great and really cheap. :thumbsup:
#15
My neighbour made one of these from an old oil drum - the mentalist had to burn off the excess oil for 3 hours - which was nice.
#16
bought one of these when on offer at 24.99 - made from cheap metal - so the first bbq I had the metal grill used to airate the coals became soft and took the shape of the 'tin'.
Also, don't be fooled - this is no half an oil drum, I was disappointed by that fact, its just thin sheet metal spot welded onto two sides.

But for 10 quid, you couldnt dig the materials outta the ground cheaper.

ice.
#17
Mine was sold as new but the screws, bolts and some other parts were missing. Also, the bottom was heavily dented. This was for my disabled mother.

The store said I need to return it, failing that she would.

"What, in her wheel chair?" I asked

"Oh" She said, "I'll have to talk to my supervisor and call you back Monday!"

Looks like someone purchased it and returned it incomplete. They ust put it up for sale again.

(And people ask why I lose it with these Saturday staff who can't be ar$ed to do their job properly!
#18
Whats the friggin point of a gas BBQ! those people using them need to be shot, be like real men and cook with charcoal you pansies.
#19
simate
Each to their own I say. I prefer a gas bbq, meat holds it's moisture soooo much better, especially chicken when the lid is down.


You can put the lid down on a charcoal one too if you like - its nothing to do with the gas its the fact the lid is keeping it moist.

May as well use a blowtorch if using gas:-)
#20
Gas is for those who can't light charcoal:-)
#21
Thanks for the tip.

No bbq in my local store (Southport), been to Liverpool and got one there (St. John's store), they only have the display model left nowt.
#22
Robbieeee2k
Gas is for those who can't light charcoal:-)


Charcoal is for the lower class/cavemen types :whistling:
#23
simate
Charcoal is for the lower class/cavemen types :whistling:

And gas is for socio-economic group C1/lower middle class jobsworths who are too inept and useless to start a proper fire.

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