Ultar 4 Burner Gas Barbecue Was £175 now £110 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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If a BBQ deal can't get heat I've got no hope!

Just bought this, looks a lot more sturdy than other gas BBQ in the same price range and at £110 for a 4 burner I don't think you can go wrong.

Lets hope we get the weather to use it
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1 Like #1
Bring on the fake Bbq comments.... Please!
1 Like #2
Boyee
Bring on the fake Bbq comments.... Please!


​By the way, I gave it some heat. Seems a decent deal for someone wanting a glorified hob outside
6 Likes #3
I used to frown upon gas barbecues but after switching to gas I have had more BBQs in the last 2 years then I had in the previous 10 whilst using charcoal.

With the small windows of opportunity in our weather it's great to be able to come home and have a barbecue at the drop of a hat.

£110 sounds like a bargain for a 4 burner. Heat from me.
8 Likes #4
I've got a perfectly good one of these, it's got four burners, there's an amazing covered section and it even has a grill. It's called a bloody oven and it's great, it's indoors in my kitchen, I can use it rain or shine.
Sod BBQs, sod the people who have them, who think they have to play loud sodding music to the neighbourhood whilst they drink Fosters and burn and somehow undercook meat for dozens of their 'friends' while loudly talking over each other about their Facebook likes and setting up their wacky Instagram pictures.
#5
I won't call it a fake BBQ...but not for me.

I like a BBQ or 2 in the summer months & part of the attraction is doing it the old fashion way & making mistakes as you go along!!!

This feels like taking your cooker out into the garden!
#6
I have this bbq - bought it about 4 years ago in the end of year clearance for £99.

I'm really pleased with it - its sturdy, and generates lots of heat, my only minor criticism would be that if you use really cheap nasty burgers with a high fat content they flame up a lot. Its well worth £110
#7
I have a voucher for £25 off a £50 spend so I might get it HEAT ADDED!!
1 Like #8
A friend of mine has one of these. It's very cheap 'n' nasty. His lasted one season and ended up so rusty that he threw it in the skip. Avoid!
#9
Love the vid,especially guy at back near girls girls girls sign having a quick play with himself !
#10
davidbrent
I've got a perfectly good one of these, it's got four burners, there's an amazing covered section and it even has a grill. It's called a bloody oven and it's great, it's indoors in my kitchen, I can use it rain or shine.
Sod BBQs, sod the people who have them, who think they have to play loud sodding music to the neighbourhood whilst they drink Fosters and burn and somehow undercook meat for dozens of their 'friends' while loudly talking over each other about their Facebook likes and setting up their wacky Instagram pictures.
As much as I love (quiet) BBQ's I have to agree with this!
2 Likes #11
MRBardo
A friend of mine has one of these. It's very cheap 'n' nasty. His lasted one season and ended up so rusty that he threw it in the skip. Avoid!

That's because he should of threw it in the shed at the end of that season.
#12
mxer450
MRBardo
A friend of mine has one of these. It's very cheap 'n' nasty. His lasted one season and ended up so rusty that he threw it in the skip. Avoid!
That's because he should of threw it in the shed at the end of that season.
And covered it duruing the season. Obviously not cleaned it either
#13
People that don't understand gas BBQ's don't understand BBQ's. It's the fat/oil dripping on the flames that creates the smoke that makes the flavour, not the coal.

PS, one thing with this one, does it have a built in thermometer on the lid, else I don't rate it.

Edited By: mf9 on May 17, 2016 20:14
#14
[quote=mf9]People that don't understand gas BBQ's don't understand BBQ's. It's the fat/oil dripping on the flames that creates the smoke that makes the flavour, not the coal.
PS, one thing with this one, does it have a built in thermometer on the lid, else I don't rate it.[/quot

Unless they've changed it then yes
#15
For a moment thought it was a cooker! Was getting happy till I saw the wings and then. The title!
1 Like #16
davidbrent
I've got a perfectly good one of these, it's got four burners, there's an amazing covered section and it even has a grill. It's called a bloody oven and it's great, it's indoors in my kitchen, I can use it rain or shine.
Sod BBQs, sod the people who have them, who think they have to play loud sodding music to the neighbourhood whilst they drink Fosters and burn and somehow undercook meat for dozens of their 'friends' while loudly talking over each other about their Facebook likes and setting up their wacky Instagram pictures.

http://i.giphy.com/531IXWJeEFlRu.gif
2 Likes #17
davidbrent
I've got a perfectly good one of these, it's got four burners, there's an amazing covered section and it even has a grill. It's called a bloody oven and it's great, it's indoors in my kitchen, I can use it rain or shine.
Sod BBQs, sod the people who have them, who think they have to play loud sodding music to the neighbourhood whilst they drink Fosters and burn and somehow undercook meat for dozens of their 'friends' while loudly talking over each other about their Facebook likes and setting up their wacky Instagram pictures.


​You must be a lovely neighbour to have. Suspect you've featured on parking wars, hedge wars, boundary disputes and other such Channel 5 classics.
1 Like #18
Anyone tried the code NOVTF for 15% off. I can't get the drop downs to work to purchase. Going to try another browser
#19
ignore that last comment, doesn't work. Can't get my dad's diamond club discount to work either
#20
Spend 2 hours waiting for Coal Barbecue to heat up, might get my dinner at 9pm, No thanks.
Gas is the future, get home from work at 5, by 5:40 everything is cooked and ready to eat.
5 Barbi's a week, no probs, try doing that with coal, Thatcher got rid of the Coal Miners, she should have got rid of Coal Barbecues too.
And yes, Cats are better than dogs, and XBOX is better than PS4, And girls are better than boys....Argue over that.
Nice Find!.
#21
Does anyone know of it comes with a regulator?

Also, any good recommendations for gas suppliers for whatever this needs?
#22
Showing as £175 now, did I miss it or am I missing something?
#23
Showing as £175 now, did I miss it or am I missing something?

It was only that price until Thursday
#24
Showing as £175 now, did I miss it or am I missing something?
It was only that price until Thursday
Thanks and :(
#25
Gutted I missed this!
#26
Itsbedo
Gutted I missed this!

You seen this?
1 Like #27
Thar
Itsbedo
Gutted I missed this!

You seen this?


​awesome, ordered cheers mate!

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