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Expert Grill  36cm portable kettle bbq £5, was £10, @ Asda Barnes hill
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Expert Grill 36cm portable kettle bbq £5, was £10, @ Asda Barnes hill

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Posted 8th JulAvailable: National
Not a bad price for a little camping bbq for the summer. I had ordered one for £10 on the website but they’re half price in store near me. It’s ok quality, not bad for the same cost as a couple of large disposables and hopefully will get used a few times. Reviews on site aren’t too bad either.

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I've bought this and it's tiny, and shallow - so difficult to use charcoal effectively. I get that its supposed to be small, but unless you're taking it out to a beach or picnic with just a couple people, then get something just a little bigger.
Good price for what it is, so heat given
ColonelBlemmington08/07/2019 15:11

I've bought this and it's tiny, and shallow - so difficult to use charcoal …I've bought this and it's tiny, and shallow - so difficult to use charcoal effectively. I get that its supposed to be small, but unless you're taking it out to a beach or picnic with just a couple people, then get something just a little bigger.Good price for what it is, so heat given


Yeah it’s only very small, we’ve just got it for a camping trip with friends (we got a couple since they were so cheap). I agree it doesn’t look like it’ll fit a lot of charcoal in so we will see how we get on. Got the gas stove as a backup though!
This must be nationwide I grabbed one from Lincoln Asda. I actually thought this was quite deep for the product. Can cook up to 8 burgers at once so could cater for between 2-4 people if you're happy to not rush the food through.
Same prise in perth
We had one for at least 3 years and going strong. Been on many camping trips and beach visit home and away. Found it necessary to drill some holes on the bottom to encourage a better burn though.
Total waste, no air flow so charcoal does not burn hot and goes out quickly as soon as any fats fall onto the charcoal. Needed to drill holes in the base and add a thermometer.
Now used as a plant pot.
Moosehead1208/07/2019 23:32

We had one for at least 3 years and going strong. Been on many camping …We had one for at least 3 years and going strong. Been on many camping trips and beach visit home and away. Found it necessary to drill some holes on the bottom to encourage a better burn though.


Good to know! We’re going camping with it this weekend so maybe we should do that in advance. How many holes did you put in, and where did you put them?
Half price by me Asda by Penny Lane - looks great for 2 peolple. Heat added.
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