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Parasene Steel 203.66L Incinerator - B & Q - £12.00

£12.00 @ B&Q
Parasene Steel 203.66L Incinerator (H)730mm (W)550mm (L)550mm Down from £18.50 - only available in store, however there seems to be plenty of stock around. Technical Specifications Brand P… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Parasene Steel 203.66L Incinerator (H)730mm (W)550mm (L)550mm

Down from £18.50 - only available in store, however there seems to be plenty of stock around.

Technical Specifications

Brand

Parasene

Material

Steel

Comes with

Chimney lid

Maximum weight capacity

150kg

Volume

203.66L

Model

9051
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Just picked up from my local, they had about 40 in stock.
1 Like #2
saved myself £12 just used a vegetable oil drum from the local restaurant. ;)
1 Like #3
damn, I was looking for a 203.65L one :p
12 Likes #4
Bought one for my wife.

Hope she fits in it!
1 Like #5
backinstock
Bought one for my wife.

Hope she fits in it!

backinstock
Bought one for my wife.

Hope she fits in it!

It is quite large so you should be fine, just bear in mind the maximum weight capacity of 150kg.
#6
This is what a new born baby Dalek looks like. Sooo cute! Those little legs make me LOL when they are running for their tea.
#7
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
11 Likes #8
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden

Do it in the front garden then.
1 Like #9
At that price, it's a steel!
1 Like #10
literally HOT
#11
Just picked mine up from The Chester branch - they only had a few left on display so not sure if they'll have more over the weekend.

Great price and have been after one all summer. Hot from me
#12
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden


Don't think it is, but bloody should be!
#13
Anyway to protect from rust?
#14
kotora
Anyway to protect from rust?

LOL its to burn rubbish and u want it to stop rusting? u for real?
#15
Wirral_guy
Just picked mine up from The Chester branch - they only had a few left on display so not sure if they'll have more over the weekend.

Great price and have been after one all summer. Hot from me


whats wrong with that question. if it rusts then holes appear therefore rendering it useless. as what happened to mine
#16
make a great holiday home. . .
1 Like #17
backinstock
Bought one for my wife.
Hope she fits in it!

burn baby burn...
1 Like #18
agoatson
backinstock
Bought one for my wife.
Hope she fits in it!
burn baby burn...

ashes to ashes....
#19
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
It certainly should be - but chavs don't care.
#20
ncd
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
Don't think it is, but bloody should be!
Besford
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
It certainly should be - but chavs don't care.

Why should it be outright illegal?
I understand man made substances such as plastic shouldn't be burnt but things like paper and dry garden cuttings should be fine.
#21
K1LLER HORNET
ncd
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
Don't think it is, but bloody should be!
Besford
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
It certainly should be - but chavs don't care.
Why should it be outright illegal?
I understand man made substances such as plastic shouldn't be burnt but things like paper and dry garden cuttings should be fine.
You don't have any neighbours then - or just don't care?

Edited By: Besford on Sep 10, 2016 12:40
#22
Besford
K1LLER HORNET
ncd
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
Don't think it is, but bloody should be!
Besford
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
It certainly should be - but chavs don't care.
Why should it be outright illegal?
I understand man made substances such as plastic shouldn't be burnt but things like paper and dry garden cuttings should be fine.
You don't have any neighbours then - or just don't care?

I have neighbours who do BBQ's. Maybe make those illegal too?
#23
ayaz51
Wirral_guy
Just picked mine up from The Chester branch - they only had a few left on display so not sure if they'll have more over the weekend.

Great price and have been after one all summer. Hot from me


whats wrong with that question. if it rusts then holes appear therefore rendering it useless. as what happened to mine


They all rust. Even the more expensive ones. Aldi brand ones seems to last longest, but even then 18 months max before the bottom rusts out.
#24
K1LLER HORNET
ncd
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
Don't think it is, but bloody should be!
Besford
jkirwan761
i thought it was illgal to burn stuff in the back garden
It certainly should be - but chavs don't care.

Why should it be outright illegal?
I understand man made substances such as plastic shouldn't be burnt but things like paper and dry garden cuttings should be fine.


Apart from the stench of the stinking smoke, meaning people can't hang washing out and having to close all their windows etc, yes it's absolutely fine....
#25
Thank OP picked one up today. Assembled it only to find the legs have been drilled in the wrong place therefore the thing falls to one side. Tried to reserve a replacement at B&Q however have been told that the price goes up on Monday and they are sold based on a first come first served basis. What makes this worse is that they were made in the UK so clearly buying goods made in the uk isn't necessarily a good thing!
#26
Still £12, just bought one today to annoy my neighbours who are on the BBQ spree for the past couple of days.

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