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Son of Hibachi / Grilletto BBQ £50.00 Inc Delivery (as seen on the Gadget Show)

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I've just bought one of these and it's great... this is the cheapest price I can find by miles. A great bit of BBQ kit. Description from website: Son of Hibatchi Grilletto is one of the most ver…
stupot42 Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago27 Comments
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can anybody tell me were i can get hold of one of these????cant seem to find them on the web????
I was camping last week, hence the lack of replies.

Mine has been brilliant. A really good purchase... it's much cleaner to use and pack away etc than any BBQ I've ever taken camping before.
Took our grilletto camping with us and the feet fell off!! They are sending us a replacement and told us to keep the original as a spare!
Arrived today and whilst it does seem to be a decent product overall I do have a couple of small issues. One of the holes that the handles go into wasn't drilled correctly so the handle wouldn't fit and the logos are stencilled on a little sloppily. Not major problems (well not if you have a drill and metal bits) but for £50 it'd have been nice to have it done right.

The real test will come when I fire it up later on:thumbsup:
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The Ultimate BBQ - Hotspot Dual Deck Grill - £125.00 + free delivery

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Sorry if this is of no interest to many of you, but for just that one person who may be looking for a new barbeque, I have found the ultimate barbeque at an amazingly low price. At £125, this is at…
Bwooce Avatar9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago40 Comments
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haha this was pure gold to read, beats those petty "this isnt/is a true 1080p hd tv......" arguments on the LCD tv posts hands down.
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i dont see the point in buying a BBQ in the UK. The most that your gonna use it in a year is like 3 days. When i need to BBBQ I to dig a hole chuck in some timber and bobs your uncle


Fair weather cooker.....

I use mine about 4 times a week in summer, about twice a week in autumn and still weekly or so in winter (mostly for roasting stuff then). If your just grilling (sausages etc) then I agree you won't use it much and won't get the most out of it.
Civic EG6
i dont see the point in buying a BBQ in the UK. The most that your gonna use it in a year is like 3 days. When i need to BBBQ I to dig a hole chuck in some timber and bobs your uncle


I use mine far more often than 3 times. Our roast beef was done on it tonight, just lit it, waited 15 minutes, then put the beef on and closed the lid, came back in 40 minutes, and there it was, a beautifully cooked joint of beef. Barely any different from cooking in the oven, and much tastier and more tender.

Although if I had the grill here instead of my Weber BBQ, it probably would only be used a few times a year.
Bwooce
My "non descript outdoor cooking facilitating device" arrived today also.

It is a flippin BEAUTY!!!

Cooking methodology and definitions aside, this thing looks magnificent, makes a Weber look like dustybin. It weighs in at a cool 50KG and is of solid build and a high level of workmanship.

I am really looking forward to sparking this up as a firepit! (assuming thats okay to call it a fire pit, even though its not actually a real pit......do fire pits need lids as well?? :giggle:

https://www.sunshinebits.com/images/D/dueldeck-d-1.jpg


Not sure about the cooking technique there, those massive flames will burn your food....

Sensible folk use glowing coals.
i dont see the point in buying a BBQ in the UK. The most that your gonna use it in a year is like 3 days. When i need to BBBQ I to dig a hole chuck in some timber and bobs your uncle
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