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Good deal for a portable bbq which folds flat for easy transportation.
Can collect from a local tesco extra or £5 delivery.

£5 tesco voucher turns to £10..... £3.33 to pay... you will have to go into the store tell them you want to exchange the voucher to use online, order it into the store. £3.33 to pay!!
BARGAIN!
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moody#1
Cheers, just what I was looking for!
mario2001#2
Thanks. Ordered
gti61#3
Was looking at these in GoOutdoors the other week for camping trips (£25) and got one instead from Netto (£15) and love it. Had a couple of goes with it and no problems at all so far, very good for the money, have some heat :D
mebzz#4
Nice find. I saw something similar albeit a little larger for nearly twice the price

http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/fold-flat-bbq/index.html

The OP posted a nice bargain....thanks!
Cottontail#5
We've used our notebook barbecue a few times, a couple of times down the beach, and also when we can't be bothered to wheel the half barrel out. It's brilliant! The grill is a great size yet the bbq folds up and takes up hardly any space.

P.S. Great price - heat added
lucerysmum#6
looks a great idea - thanks
MummyMoo#7
ordered - thanks v much
Swanny MX 1 Like #8
Great for a camper van 8)
RHodgett#9
Ordered, been wanting one of these for the car for a while :) thanks!
Marmite32#10
Thanks, ordered for my campervan.
AMO1980#11
I notice that there's a large notebook BBQ. Is the small one big enough or is it worth holding out for a bargain on the larger one?

Thanks.
rnickster#12
this might seem a silly question, but how do people dispose of the coals when packing up. I am thinking about buying this for the park close by but wonder how to dispose of any used/hot coals when we go back home and want to pack the BBQ away
steveuk#13
cheers, just bought it, exchanged £5 worth of vouchers for £10 too :) hot
steveuk#14
rnickster
this might seem a silly question, but how do people dispose of the coals when packing up. I am thinking about buying this for the park close by but wonder how to dispose of any used/hot coals when we go back home and want to pack the BBQ away


this article from ehow is probably quite useful

Edited By: steveuk on May 02, 2011 23:59
dizzley#15
This was made even sweeter because the current Clubcard Exchange lets you double up a £5 voucher - so it only cost me a £5 voucher plus £3.33 (delivery to store).

This deal brought me to this site, so hello everybody.
redheap 1 Like #16
what processor is in these?
Soni84#17
steveuk
rnickster
this might seem a silly question, but how do people dispose of the coals when packing up. I am thinking about buying this for the park close by but wonder how to dispose of any used/hot coals when we go back home and want to pack the BBQ away

this article from ehow is probably quite useful

So you just pour water over it, remove charcoal and bye?
bigsky#18
rnickster
I am thinking about buying this for the park close by but wonder how to dispose of any used/hot coals when we go back home and want to pack the BBQ away


If it's council land it's unlikely to be allowed. If it's private then check with the owner first.
Skybird#19
Rather silly name,I've got a 'Notebook' chair that folds up like that.
beastman 3 Likes #20
redheap
what processor is in these?


note sure but don't overclock it as I reckon it will run hot as it is

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