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Weber Master-Touch GBS 57cm Barbecue £195.49 at gooutdoors, with 7% quidco - this is £40 cheaper than I can find elsewhere, and seems to be an excellent price for a premium brand BBQ

£195.49 @ Go Outdoors
Webers are well known to be excellent BBQ's, and I've done a lot of searching for the past few days trying to find a good deal. Haivng looked around, this model is at least £230 everywhere else, and … Read More
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Webers are well known to be excellent BBQ's, and I've done a lot of searching for the past few days trying to find a good deal.

Haivng looked around, this model is at least £230 everywhere else, and most are over £250.

It's definitely a premium product and you can get cheaper BBQ's, but for reputation and quality, you can't beat a Weber.

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Open up a world of easy outdoor cooking!

Simple and easy charcoal cooking
Infinite cooking possibilities with the GBS® cooking grate
Rust resistant and chip resistant with premium grade steel
Hassle free ash disposal with One-Touch® cleaning system

The Weber Master-Touch® GBS® 57cm Barbecue boasts all the great features of their Original Kettle®, but also has a Tuck-Away lid holder allowing you to use it as a windshield. Its Gourmet BBQ System® grate gives you the option of adding a number of accessories (such as wok, griddle and sear grate - available separately) to increase the range of dishes you can cook.

Lid on cooking
Increase the flavour! Consistent heat and no flare ups, for outstanding results every time

Gourmet BBQ System®
The GBS® grate's removable centre section lets you cook a wide variety of food using accessories

One-Touch® Cleaning System
The unique stainless steel One-Touch® cleaning system makes emptying your ash bowl clean, quick and simple

Removable ash pan
Spent ashes are collected in the enclosed ash pan

Porcelain-Enamelled
Premium grade steel and tough porcelain-enamel coating ensures your barbecue will last for years

Tuck-Away lid bale
Slide your lid onto the secure Tuck-Away lid bale for hands-free barbecueing and a convenient shield from breeze

Dimensions (HxWxD): 109cm x 63cm x 74cm
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#1
Excellent deal, thanks
#2
Excellent price, I was close to getting the premium, but this is only a bit more.
Don't forget TCB guys, 7%?
#3
Thanks OP thats me set for summer Yum.
3 Likes #4
Bought this in store, which they had a promo for an extra 15% off, paid £166 in the end. That's the cheapest I believe it's ever been.
#5
m12_shakes
Bought this in store, which they had a promo for an extra 15% off, paid £166 in the end. That's the cheapest I believe it's ever been.
Now that's a steal
#6
anyone got one are these good ?
#7
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?


I'll be receiving mine tomorrow, but read A LOT of reviews about them before buying it, and I've not read a bad review yet, it's also a Which Best Buy.
#8
m12_shakes
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
I'll be receiving mine tomorrow, but read A LOT of reviews about them before buying it, and I've not read a bad review yet, it's also a Which Best Buy.

Im tempted but cant order the Weber Chimney Starter as they dont have any in stock....

Im not sure its worth it for a BBQ
#9
cruisecars
m12_shakes
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
I'll be receiving mine tomorrow, but read A LOT of reviews about them before buying it, and I've not read a bad review yet, it's also a Which Best Buy.
Im tempted but cant order the Weber Chimney Starter as they dont have any in stock....
Im not sure its worth it for a BBQ

They defiantly speed up lighting the charcoal, though im not sure how good the weber one is, i bought a £2.50 ones from homebase and its surprisingly really good.
1 Like #10
I've had one for three years. It's brilliant. I use it almost every day in summer, less frequently but still once a fortnight or so all through winter.

Use a chimney starter, preferably the weber one purely because it is big. I tend to use restaurant grade lumpwood charcoal because the chunks are bigger and there is less unusable dust, but any good brand briquettes will be work too.

As well as the usual British BBQ stiff, I've seared steaks, vegetables, smoked chickens, briskets, ribs, pork butts, shoulders, fish etc etc. Very versatile, look up two zone cooking, read some American forums etc for ideas.

The ash clearing vents are great, scoops it all into a bucket to be emptied out. Grates are thick wire, holds a lot of heat so good sear marks on steaks, the grates hinge up so you can add smoking wood to the coals. Centre pops out to install weber branded accessories but I don't use these.

Thick enamel coating all over, Weber warranty is exceptional. I have absolutely no complaints, I've used it more than my oven.
#11
DonnyBrago
I've had one for three years. It's brilliant. I use it almost every day in summer, less frequently but still once a fortnight or so all through winter.
Use a chimney starter, preferably the weber one purely because it is big. I tend to use restaurant grade lumpwood charcoal because the chunks are bigger and there is less unusable dust, but any good brand briquettes will be work too.
As well as the usual British BBQ stiff, I've seared steaks, vegetables, smoked chickens, briskets, ribs, pork butts, shoulders, fish etc etc. Very versatile, look up two zone cooking, read some American forums etc for ideas.
The ash clearing vents are great, scoops it all into a bucket to be emptied out. Grates are thick wire, holds a lot of heat so good sear marks on steaks, the grates hinge up so you can add smoking wood to the coals. Centre pops out to install weber branded accessories but I don't use these.
Thick enamel coating all over, Weber warranty is exceptional. I have absolutely no complaints, I've used it more than my oven.


I was hoping I'd be able to use mine as a smoker. What guide or recipe did you use initially?
#12
This is hot!.... which helps when cooking
#13
Haste
DonnyBrago
I've had one for three years. It's brilliant. I use it almost every day in summer, less frequently but still once a fortnight or so all through winter.
Use a chimney starter, preferably the weber one purely because it is big. I tend to use restaurant grade lumpwood charcoal because the chunks are bigger and there is less unusable dust, but any good brand briquettes will be work too.
As well as the usual British BBQ stiff, I've seared steaks, vegetables, smoked chickens, briskets, ribs, pork butts, shoulders, fish etc etc. Very versatile, look up two zone cooking, read some American forums etc for ideas.
The ash clearing vents are great, scoops it all into a bucket to be emptied out. Grates are thick wire, holds a lot of heat so good sear marks on steaks, the grates hinge up so you can add smoking wood to the coals. Centre pops out to install weber branded accessories but I don't use these.
Thick enamel coating all over, Weber warranty is exceptional. I have absolutely no complaints, I've used it more than my oven.
I was hoping I'd be able to use mine as a smoker. What guide or recipe did you use initially?

Hi
For this model indirect method probably best for a slower smoke https://www.weber.com/US/en/grill-skills/mastering-smoke/smoke-grill-setups/smoking-on-a-charcoal-grill
the indirect trays are sold separately.
If you really want to go to town on smoking https://www.weber.com/US/en/grill-skills/mastering-smoke/smoke-grill-setups/smoking-on-a-water-smoker
Bought my first Weber late 80s Gold Standard in BBQ-ing IMHO
Can't beat this for fall off the bone BBQ ribs though-
https://youtu.be/LYxQSt58zmA


Edited By: deany76 on Apr 12, 2017 21:20: -
#14
Great price. Fed up of cheap BBQs that barely last a summer, time to invest in something decent.

Thinking of doing pizzas in them too, do you need the Weber pizza conversion kit or will chucking in a pizza stone / steel do just as good a job?
2 Likes #15
Very expensive brand! But hey if it's cheaper than normal price
1 Like #16
Best BBQ By a country mile! Use mine every week. Worth getting this model. Also Chimney starters are definitely worth it.
1 Like #17
You can deffo get a Weber pizza stone on charcoal or gas. Put pizza stone on straight away and let it get smoking hot before putting pizza on and in 5-10 mins job done. Can also recommend Weber smokey mountain for proper low n slow
1 Like #18
a bit pricey for a kettle style coal bbq in my opinion. Perhaps good if you're limited on space
#19
So you also need to pay £5 for the discount card?
#20
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
An awesome piece of kit. I got mine for 166 last year from GO but this is a good deal as you don't often see deals on these.
I also got the Weber book which i can highly recommend ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00YQNLV7I/ref=mp_s_a_1_18?ie=UTF8&qid=1492032731&sr=8-18&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=weber+bbq+book ). It has a lot of bbq recipes but also has cooking methods and tips specific for weber bbqs with the number of briquettes to achieve the temperature required and for how long.
#21
Can anyone recommend any decent BBQ utensils? I am looking to get the matching Weber tool set, unless someone can recommend anything else.
1 Like #22
jaydeeuk1
Great price. Fed up of cheap BBQs that barely last a summer, time to invest in something decent.

Thinking of doing pizzas in them too, do you need the Weber pizza conversion kit or will chucking in a pizza stone / steel do just as good a job?


As this has the "GBS" - Gourmet BBQ System, which basically means the middle section of the grate is removable, and you can add the Weber pizza stone in there (along with sear grate, wok, griddle etc).
#23
What is the 'Discount Card Price'? Can normal guests to the site purchase this at the above price or require a card?
#24
My BBQ consists of bricks I bought and cemented, and a few quid BBQ grill which has lasted outside in lake district weather for +7year.
Total cost less than £20.

If I wanted to smoke something I could just blank off the underneath of my bbq and set fire to smoke chips under it and pull the smoke up over the bbq by causing a vacuum by blanking off my bricks above the wood chip.
Anyhow if you rather have a chavvy metal BBQ on wheels for next to £200 notes that's your choice.
#25
MonkeysUncle
My BBQ consists of bricks I bought and cemented, and a few quid BBQ grill which has lasted outside in lake district weather for +7year.
Total cost less than £20.
If I wanted to smoke something I could just blank off the underneath of my bbq and set fire to smoke chips under it and pull the smoke up over the bbq by causing a vacuum by blanking off my bricks above the wood chip.
Anyhow if you rather have a chavvy metal BBQ on wheels for next to £200 notes that's your choice.

Congratulations?
1 Like #26
MonkeysUncle
My BBQ consists of bricks I bought and cemented, and a few quid BBQ grill which has lasted outside in lake district weather for +7year.
Total cost less than £20.
If I wanted to smoke something I could just blank off the underneath of my bbq and set fire to smoke chips under it and pull the smoke up over the bbq by causing a vacuum by blanking off my bricks above the wood chip.
Anyhow if you rather have a chavvy metal BBQ on wheels for next to £200 notes that's your choice.

Your set up sounds more chavvy to me. I would rather have a Weber.

Edited By: cpet23 on Apr 13, 2017 01:41
#27
cruisecars
m12_shakes
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
I'll be receiving mine tomorrow, but read A LOT of reviews about them before buying it, and I've not read a bad review yet, it's also a Which Best Buy.
Im tempted but cant order the Weber Chimney Starter as they dont have any in stock....
Im not sure its worth it for a BBQ


I had four Weber chimney starters, they aren't that great, they are made from mild steel and rust very easily. I would recommend a Rosle one because it's stainless and lasts a great deal longer.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosle-Large-Stainless-Charcoal-Starter/dp/B00LLE7R5K/ref=sr_1_2?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1492064149&sr=1-2&keywords=rosle+chimney
#28
yellowplum
cruisecars
m12_shakes
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
I'll be receiving mine tomorrow, but read A LOT of reviews about them before buying it, and I've not read a bad review yet, it's also a Which Best Buy.
Im tempted but cant order the Weber Chimney Starter as they dont have any in stock....
Im not sure its worth it for a BBQ
I had four Weber chimney starters, they aren't that great, they are made from mild steel and rust very easily. I would recommend a Rosle one because it's stainless and lasts a great deal longer. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosle-Large-Stainless-Charcoal-Starter/dp/B00LLE7R5K/ref=sr_1_2?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1492064149&sr=1-2&keywords=rosle+chimney

thanks for that
#29
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?

They aren't bad, but over priced for us in the UK as per usual, they are only $150 in the US. Never mind...

Yes they are ok, noticeable differences between Weber and Rosle is the attention to detail, weber's parts are usual made from aluminium and bits of mild steel were as Rosle are stainless.

I saw one of these in a department store in Germany and decided to order one up, it is a great deal better in it's construction and features.

I have three Webers, and must say I was disappointed that I purchased a Go-Anywere in 2009 and it started to rust already.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosle-50-20-Inch-Kettle-Grill/dp/B007426IXU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1492064248&sr=8-3&keywords=rosle+bbq


The new F1 Air is really nice, the adjustment for the ventilation is made with a knob rather than the lever.

http://www.roesle.de/epages/Roesle.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/Roesle/Products/roe_25006/SubProducts/25006


Edited By: yellowplum on Apr 13, 2017 07:53
#30
Bought this same bbq in 2014 for £180. Worth every penny and still looks as new!
#31
Don't know if these are still the quality they used to be, but my parents still have the Weber BBQ we bought when I was a young kid... it must be at least 26 years old. It's survived several house moves (including one international move!) and hasn't had any particularly special treatment.. the damn thing is just indestructible.

So, arguably the only BBQ you'd ever need :)
#32
yellowplum
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
They aren't bad, but over priced for us in the UK as per usual, they are only $150 in the US. Never mind...
Yes they are ok, noticeable differences between Weber and Rosle is the attention to detail, weber's parts are usual made from aluminium and bits of mild steel were as Rosle are stainless.
I saw one of these in a department store in Germany and decided to order one up, it is a great deal better in it's construction and features.
I have three Webers, and must say I was disappointed that I purchased a Go-Anywere in 2009 and it started to rust already.

Been looking at a smoker for a good while was about to buy the 47cm WSM but having looked at the Rosle version - would really like one as it looks better value for money

I will be on the continent in summer do you know which shops stock them?
#33
barkinglama
yellowplum
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
They aren't bad, but over priced for us in the UK as per usual, they are only $150 in the US. Never mind...
Yes they are ok, noticeable differences between Weber and Rosle is the attention to detail, weber's parts are usual made from aluminium and bits of mild steel were as Rosle are stainless.
I saw one of these in a department store in Germany and decided to order one up, it is a great deal better in it's construction and features.
I have three Webers, and must say I was disappointed that I purchased a Go-Anywere in 2009 and it started to rust already.
Been looking at a smoker for a good while was about to buy the 47cm WSM but having looked at the Rosle version - would really like one as it looks better value for money
I will be on the continent in summer do you know which shops stock them?

In the U.K. I have no idea I'm afraid.

If you look on idealo.de you get a good price comparison for them. Most of the firms will ship to the U.K.. I think comtech do it but I'll have to find the other one I used.
#34
yellowplum
barkinglama
yellowplum
cruisecars
anyone got one are these good ?
They aren't bad, but over priced for us in the UK as per usual, they are only $150 in the US. Never mind...
Yes they are ok, noticeable differences between Weber and Rosle is the attention to detail, weber's parts are usual made from aluminium and bits of mild steel were as Rosle are stainless.
I saw one of these in a department store in Germany and decided to order one up, it is a great deal better in it's construction and features.
I have three Webers, and must say I was disappointed that I purchased a Go-Anywere in 2009 and it started to rust already.
Been looking at a smoker for a good while was about to buy the 47cm WSM but having looked at the Rosle version - would really like one as it looks better value for money
I will be on the continent in summer do you know which shops stock them?
In the U.K. I have no idea I'm afraid.
If you look on idealo.de you get a good price comparison for them. Most of the firms will ship to the U.K.. I think comtech do it but I'll have to find the other one I used.

As I said i will be on the continent and looking to buy one there, I have emailed the company re stockists in Holland Belgium and France, won't be in Germany unfortunately

Yeah I have been on that site but the seller didn't ship to the UK likewise amazon.de
#35
As already said, overpriced in general as most things in the UK are compared to the US equivalent. This is a good price for the normal going rate. I have this model myself and it's great.
#36
I bought this last Thursday for £240. It is amazing.

Sad it has comedown now as I spent a week looking for the best deal :|
#37
I bought one of these last year for around £60 - http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/outback-comet-kettle-charcoal-bbq-453568

Does everything that the Weber does apart from the ability to add different accessories like the Weber. I Would highly recommend it. I must also add the starter chimneys are excellent.
#38
jonnyfaz
I bought one of these last year for around £60 - http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/outback-comet-kettle-charcoal-bbq-453568
Does everything that the Weber does apart from the ability to add different accessories like the Weber. I Would highly recommend it. I must also add the starter chimneys are excellent.

These are not £60 anywhere i can see at around £100 i think the weber is better option
#39
This is not available for delivery. The 7% Quidco discount only applies to home delivery - not in store collection.
Also, it can not be bought for £195 unless you have a Go Outdoors card.
So the minimum price is £200.49.
#40
patrick_000
This is not available for delivery. The 7% Quidco discount only applies to home delivery - not in store collection.
Also, it can not be bought for £195 unless you have a Go Outdoors card.
So the minimum price is £200.49.


Are you sure? Mine was delivered this morning, i paid £3 for next day delivery. It may be out of stock by now though.

I didnt enter a Go Outdoors card when i bought mine either, so try and and see if you can get it for 195 still.

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