Portable BBQ Grill Open and shut cases - for bangers £21.95 @ Firebox - HotUKDeals
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Disposable barbecues are all well and good, as long as you don't mind scorching the grass as you faff around with their flimsy foil trays, before binning them after one measly barbecue. Actually, come to think of it, they're total pants. That's why you need one of our brilliant Portable BBQ Grills.

Portable BBQ Grill

Simply unfold, fill with charcoal and light

Ideal for festivals, camping trips and any garden soiree where space is tight, this robust grill is crafted in pressed-steel yet it's light enough to take almost anywhere. What's more you don't need SAS training to prepare your nosh because using a Portable BBQ Grill is easier than flipping a burger. Simply unfold, fill with charcoal and light.

Portable BBQ Grill

Notebook BBQ
The Notebook BBQ is an astoundingly portable, supermodel-slim grill resembling a laptop. The major difference is you can unfold it and chuck bangers on it. And once the included racks are in place you'll have a 45x30cm cooking area. It's enough to give flat-packed paraphernalia a good name.

We guarantee it will reignite your love for chargrilled bangers, burgers and drumsticks, because you don't need Arnie-size muscles to move it from A to B. So get ordering. And remember the words of Herr Schwarzenegger: 'If it bleeds, we can grill it.'
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#2
I used one of these last year and it was great. But the price isn't that big a deal especially when you add the £4 for standard delivery. That makes it £26 all in and they are only £25 on the shelf at my local Waitrose. Lukewarm I'm afraid.
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Why not just buy a stand for your flimsy foil tray barbecue? They cost around about £3 at B&Q and prevent you from scorching the grass

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