The Ultimate BBQ - Hotspot Dual Deck Grill - £125 + free delivery - HotUKDeals
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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 least half of the next cheapest price I could find on the net for the same item.

It does appear there may be a new version out, but as the rest of the retailers are still selling the old model at double the price, this is surely a great bargin.

Spec: The 800mm wide charcoal Dual Deck BBQ Grill is winner of the Best Products at the Top Draw Design Awards and Best Barbeque in Homes and Garden Magazine. It is the Ultimate in real fuel BBQs and combines the modern BBQ with the traditional campfire. The split grill is fully adjustable for different cooking temperatures and it swings away for easy refuelling and to avoid hands being burnt when cooking, and also prevents 'flare ups'. It is supplied with Ash tray and Chopping Board. The BBQ can be used as a traditional Brazier for the perfect ending to an evening. The Deck Gill is constructed from spun Iron with 6mm stainless steel grills. It is designed to last a lifetime. Tools are not included.

(note: picture shows model with holes in legs where as the one sold will not have holes in the leg.)
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#1
Have you bought from this retailer before Bwooce?
#2
this'll be my first purchase from them.

although looks can be deceptive, everything looks okay from the website, and the new model of the same BBQ but with 2 chopping boards is retailing at £300 (space grill 800), so i'm pretty sure this low price is old stock.

i'll post when mine arrives.
#3
sweet jesus this is a TOP deal, rating HOTTER than the coals!

Only wish I lived in, say, southern Spain where you might get enough days and light to enjoy a top o the range real BBQ like this.
#4
if in doubt, get yourself down B&Q and get a nice cheap gazebo for a tenner and stick that over the BBQ. Bobs your uncle (allegedly) you have a perfect English summer rainproof BBQ.

note: I wouldn't suggest using a gazebo with this BBQ though, it looks a bit of a beast! :whistling:
#5
this is useless. No lid???? This is not a BBQ, it is a grill.

For good smokey flavour you want a Weber kettle with lid.

For this price you can get Weber One Touch, I will take the food from that over this thing any day of the week.

If you really want the Ultimate BBQ, try one of these:

http://www.dawsonsdepartmentstore.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=PFB&productheader=PFB&gclid=CIv-8cuEoY8CFQw4QgodpVz3fw
http://www.dawsonsdepartmentstore.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=OTP22B&productheader=OTP22B
http://www.dawsonsdepartmentstore.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=RK
http://www.dawsonsdepartmentstore.co.uk/bbqworld/products.asp?productname=SMS
#6
This one is so cold does it double as a fridge :giggle:
#7
dudedude
this is useless. No lid???? This is not a BBQ, it is a grill.
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This is the last time i'll bother posting on this website. You try and do some people a favour by pointing out what is a good deal and you get slated on definitions of what a BBQ is. What a load of ****.

And check your definition pal, a barbecue doesn't need a lid.
#8
Vote cold as BBQ causes cancer.
#9
Civic EG6
Vote cold as BBQ causes cancer.


Well the Aussies are well and truly fecked then:-D
#10
I've been looking at something similar from the La Hacienda range since early this year.

http://www.patiogear.co.uk/catalog/index.php?cPath=0_27_28_63

http://www.garden4less.co.uk/fire-pits-grills.asp

.............just can't find a bargain price.

Although the double grill version now at £99 (prev £139) in the local garden centre is starting to tempt me.
#11
Bwooce
This is the last time i'll bother posting on this website. You try and do some people a favour by pointing out what is a good deal and you get slated on definitions of what a BBQ is. What a load of ****.

And check your definition pal, a barbecue doesn't need a lid.


No need to take it personally, but I do take exception to people describing things as 'the ultimate barbecue', when true barbecueing requires INDIRECT heat, something that yes, you would need a lid for. In case you were wondering, there is a reason this product is called the Dual Deck Grill

Definition here:

http://www.canadianbarbecueassociation.com/whatis.html

And I have done a fair bit of barbecuing, just this last weekend I barbecued a 12 pound turkey, and all who had it agreed that it was the best turkey they had ever tasted, with flavoursome meat, not sinewy even in the leg and wings, excellent texture and incomparable flavour (and it was very easy to cook as well).

I've also done, roast beef, chickens, leg of lamb, and pork.

And I do think it would be a crying shame for people to spend over £100 on a grill and yet still not be able to experience the true taste of barbecued meat.

You would get much tastier food out of this:

http://www.grovelands.com/acatalog/Weber-One-Touch-Silver-57cm-Charcoal-Barbecue-Info.html

at £87.99 I have the Gold, which is slightly better but quite a bit more pricey

I'd also very strongly recommend anyone with a charcoal barbecue or grill gets one of these

http://www.grovelands.com/acatalog/weber-chimeny-starter-info_99.html
#12
Carley
Don't get disheartened, i left you rep and heat then purchased one of these because of your post... I will be enjoying many years of BBQ'ing thanks to your post, like you said at the start... ' but for just that one person who may be looking for a new barbeque, I have found the ultimate barbecue at an amazingly low price.' well i appreciate it, cheers :thumbsup:


Carley thanks for the pep talk. I'll just reach down and get my dummy off the floor. :oops:

And Mr Dudedude, whilst I don't doubt your ability to BBQ a turkey, may I draw your attention to something that may well not be as admisable in court as the informative definition you supplied courtesy of the Canadian Barbecuers Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Barbecues; this little excerpt from the little know Oxford English Dictionary:

barbecue: 1. a meal cooked on an open fire out or doors, esp. meat grilled on a metal appliance.;-)
#13
I have weber one touch. It is the best thing i ever bought. Far better than any gas or electric one.
#14
mercurystar999
I have weber one touch. It is the best thing i ever bought. Far better than any gas or electric one.


Our xmas turkey is going on it. Definitely recommended....
#15
as any fool knoweth wikipedia is full of untruths! Beware the truth is not out there!
#16
Carley
To add 'fire to the flames' that this is indeed a barbecue you only need to look at the wikipedia description...

Barbecue has numerous regional variations in many parts of the world. Notably, in the United States, practitioners consider barbecue to include only relatively indirect methods of cooking, with the more direct high-heat methods to be called grilling. In other countries, notably Australia and many parts of Europe, barbecue is either fried or grilled, and generally barbecue appliances do not have a lid.

is the UK still associated with Europe or are we part of the USA yet?


I believe UK, or in fact England may be its own continent and therefore ruled soley by definitions derived from sources specific to the country. However I have no actual so called "proof", you'll just had to take my word on it.
#17
Carley
To add 'fuel to the flames' that this is indeed a barbecue you only need to look at the wikipedia description...

Barbecue has numerous regional variations in many parts of the world. Notably, in the United States, practitioners consider barbecue to include only relatively indirect methods of cooking, with the more direct high-heat methods to be called grilling. In other countries, notably Australia and many parts of Europe, barbecue is either fried or grilled, and generally barbecue appliances do not have a lid.

is the UK still associated with Europe or are we part of the USA yet?


This country is not exactly known for its barbecueing.

If you want to learn about BBQ from the English, curry from the French, pasta from Indians, then go ahead. Personally though I'll stick with the original.
#18
Carley
If you are trying to reason that grilling isn't classified as true BBQ'ing then why does this book written by an American gent include grilling in a book titled 'The Barbecue Bible'? :o
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/reader/1563058669/ref=sib_dp_pt/203-4704144-7039946#reader-page


It clearly says 'A Crash Course on Grilling AND Barbecuing'. I.e. they are different....
#19
Carley
I'm not arguing that the two different methods of cooking are the same, I am only trying to point out that grilling is also a part of the BBQ fraternity. therefore the OP is correct to say it is 'the ultimate BBQ' as he was only quoting from the sellers website [/I]


you can grill on a bbq, but you can't bbq on this grill.
#20
Carley
How apt that on your last post you changed from a Pilot Light to a Flame Thrower!!! :roll:


I'm flattered to see you paying such close attention.
#21
....so when the Aussies, who you are known for their BBQing, say their cliché phrase; "lets chuck a few shrimps on the Bar-be", do you think they are proposing to cook the said crustacean by covering them with a lid and smoking them?:whistling:
#22
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
#23
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
#24
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.
#25
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.
#26
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


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.
#27
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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