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Dual Fuel BBQ for £156.94 Delivered @ Aldi - Online Only
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Dual Fuel BBQ for £156.94 Delivered @ Aldi - Online Only

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Posted 28th Mar

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2 in 1 duel fuel bbq with gas and charcoal grilling

Online only from this Sunday


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  • 2-in-1 Outdoor combination of easy gas and full flavour charcoal grilling
  • Durable, powder-coated steel frame
  • Wheels for easy movement
  • 2 Cooking grids for charcoal and 2 grids for gas unit
  • Spice box and bottle opener
  • 1 Foldable side shelf
  • Thermometers in hoods
  • Hooks for tools
  • Large oil collector
  • Includes regulator and hose
  • 1 Side burner
  • Powered by gas

Guarantee/Warranty - 3 Years
Safety Warning
Risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Barbecues must not be used indoors or in confined spaces.
Suitable For Outdoor use

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"Duel fuel" - perfect for starting fights.
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 28th Mar
Got one last year. Quality is not the best
As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 summers I can confirm and deny some of the previous comments.

On the plus side... it's solid enough, looks great (literally had quite a few 'wows' from guests), it has lasted two summers of much use and will no doubt last at least a couple more, comes with wheels on one end so not too bad to move. Does the cooking job admirably. Good value I'd say.

On the negative side... It's big, so not great for small gardens/yards, it's not the easiest to store away, if using a cover you'll need a large and a good one as the chimney on the coal side wears through cheap ones, it's very heavy, it was a little bit of a pain to put together, I've ended up not using the charcoal side because the gas is so easy and with hindsight I would have just bought a dedicated gas BBQ to begin with.

Protecting it from the elements is important. Don't and it will rust to pieces in a year. If you can't (or are too lazy to) protect it from the elements, then don't bother with this one.

Otherwise, if it's what you want, go for it.
bxt31728/03/2020 12:13

What's the point of the dual fuel? Is it just to give you a choice which …What's the point of the dual fuel? Is it just to give you a choice which one to cook on?


For a quick barbie, you go for the propane end of it. For the full grilling ceremony/experience, you use the other fuel. Simple as that.
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"Duel fuel" - perfect for starting fights.
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 28th Mar
Probably won't get chance to use it this year
What's the point of the dual fuel? Is it just to give you a choice which one to cook on?
Got one last year. Quality is not the best
bxt31728/03/2020 12:13

What's the point of the dual fuel? Is it just to give you a choice which …What's the point of the dual fuel? Is it just to give you a choice which one to cook on?


For a quick barbie, you go for the propane end of it. For the full grilling ceremony/experience, you use the other fuel. Simple as that.
I challenge you to a ....
old_mikefield28/03/2020 11:31

"Duel fuel" - perfect for starting fights.



I thought this was the model that only works from 10 paces away for a moment there
paddy.stone28/03/2020 13:25

I thought this was the model that only works from 10 paces away for a …I thought this was the model that only works from 10 paces away for a moment there


Touche!
Tucalito28/03/2020 12:33

Got one last year. Quality is not the best



Defo - just look at the photo, the lids don't even line up! The whole thing looks skewed.
Why can't I find this on Aldi website!!???
nimbus128/03/2020 19:35

Why can't I find this on Aldi website!!???


Goes on sale tomorrow
I am confused by this

Is the left half Gas burners and the right half charcoal?

Or can you use charcoal on the left and the right sections?


If one half is gas, the other coal, perhaps buy a decent quality coal bbq and a separate gas bbq ?

That metal looks super thin! If its anything like their standard coal double from last year (looks suspiciously the same shape and size) you won't get more than a season out of this.

Less stable than Kerry Katona.
Helpful56729/03/2020 12:23

I am confused by thisIs the left half Gas burners and the right half …I am confused by thisIs the left half Gas burners and the right half charcoal?Or can you use charcoal on the left and the right sections?If one half is gas, the other coal, perhaps buy a decent quality coal bbq and a separate gas bbq ?


This is just a gas bbq and a coal bbq welded together, and it's a pretty poor example of each. Looks to be very unwieldy and difficult to store due to its size too.

Separate grills (or just one good bbq for your choice of fuel) would be better all round in my opinion.
Baz875528/03/2020 12:09

Probably won't get chance to use it this year


I used mine for breakfast on Sunday. I made breakfast burritos, using the side burner to do the egg and refried beans. Brilliant start to the day.
What kind of BBQ monstrosity is this ? half gas,half coal,half man, half beast! ridiculous idea. Looks like a fair bit of money for a pretty poorly put together but of kit too.
ccraiggould01/04/2020 11:16

What kind of BBQ monstrosity is this ? half gas,half coal,half man, half …What kind of BBQ monstrosity is this ? half gas,half coal,half man, half beast! ridiculous idea. Looks like a fair bit of money for a pretty poorly put together but of kit too.


Half man, half bear.... half pig.
Stormpooper28/03/2020 19:34

Defo - just look at the photo, the lids don't even line up! The whole …Defo - just look at the photo, the lids don't even line up! The whole thing looks skewed.


Was just going to say the same thing 😁. They really need to have a word with whoever puts these things together for the photos!
A bit like all the furniture that's been 'put together' on display in all the big home and diy stores - not one nut, bolt or screw done up tightly and no effort to line up panels
GAS BBQS are NOT BBQS. Its cheating. Just use your oven if you can't be bothered doing a 'proper' BBQ with charcoal's.
Stormpooper28/03/2020 19:34

Defo - just look at the photo, the lids don't even line up! The whole …Defo - just look at the photo, the lids don't even line up! The whole thing looks skewed.


I can’t speak to the quality of the grill, but I’m putting that down to dodgy photoshop work. Check out the wood panel wall behind the right grill lid, it’s wonky too.
BargainBros01/04/2020 12:17

GAS BBQS are NOT BBQS. Its cheating. Just use your oven if you can't be …GAS BBQS are NOT BBQS. Its cheating. Just use your oven if you can't be bothered doing a 'proper' BBQ with charcoal's.


To use a gas bbq properly, you use the gas to heat the lava rock then TURN OFF the gas before cooking food using the heat retained in the lava rocks to cook the food and the fat that drips onto the lava rock to smoke the food! They really can be just as good as charcoal when used correctly
BargainBros01/04/2020 12:17

GAS BBQS are NOT BBQS. Its cheating. Just use your oven if you can't be …GAS BBQS are NOT BBQS. Its cheating. Just use your oven if you can't be bothered doing a 'proper' BBQ with charcoal's.


I too love cooking with charcoal (and hardwood) and for sure, gas bbqs should just be called grills, but naming aside I think the appeal for a lot of people is simply outdoor cooking and dining (and socialising, under normal circumstances). Not really the same standing in your kitchen on a hot summer’s day.
Edited by: "leeuk321" 1st Apr
Sonnenblume01/04/2020 13:16

I can’t speak to the quality of the grill, but I’m putting that down to dod …I can’t speak to the quality of the grill, but I’m putting that down to dodgy photoshop work. Check out the wood panel wall behind the right grill lid, it’s wonky too.


Looks like the whole bbq is on the brink of falling over, just one more sausage could be the straw that breaks the camels back 😁
Simon_Seed01/04/2020 13:29

To use a gas bbq properly, you use the gas to heat the lava rock then TURN …To use a gas bbq properly, you use the gas to heat the lava rock then TURN OFF the gas before cooking food using the heat retained in the lava rocks to cook the food and the fat that drips onto the lava rock to smoke the food! They really can be just as good as charcoal when used correctly


you don't need to turn off the gas - when the rocks are hot the fat will still smoke when it hits them, whether the burners are lit or not.

Gas may be cheating, but for me (and I suspect many others) it's the difference between using a "BBQ" and not. I can be out and cooking on my grill in 15 minutes, and 15 minutes after I'm done it can be cleaned and packed up in the shed. Can't do that with coal. With gas we cook most weekends over summer, but with coal it was rarely even once a month.
Tucalito28/03/2020 12:33

Got one last year. Quality is not the best


I'm shocked, I tell ya!
I have a dual fuel BBQ (not this one), great for quick gas and for long cooks use the coals.
Recommended for anyone though.
AR100001/04/2020 15:30

I'm super cereal


Wasn't sure how many people would have got the quote, but I'm glad somebody did!
Tucalito28/03/2020 12:33

Got one last year. Quality is not the best


How bad is it? Did it last the year, and will it last any more?!!
Great for burning away CoronaVirus and other infections and viruses (for external use only)
As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 summers I can confirm and deny some of the previous comments.

On the plus side... it's solid enough, looks great (literally had quite a few 'wows' from guests), it has lasted two summers of much use and will no doubt last at least a couple more, comes with wheels on one end so not too bad to move. Does the cooking job admirably. Good value I'd say.

On the negative side... It's big, so not great for small gardens/yards, it's not the easiest to store away, if using a cover you'll need a large and a good one as the chimney on the coal side wears through cheap ones, it's very heavy, it was a little bit of a pain to put together, I've ended up not using the charcoal side because the gas is so easy and with hindsight I would have just bought a dedicated gas BBQ to begin with.

Protecting it from the elements is important. Don't and it will rust to pieces in a year. If you can't (or are too lazy to) protect it from the elements, then don't bother with this one.

Otherwise, if it's what you want, go for it.
Cocksy01/04/2020 16:14

How bad is it? Did it last the year, and will it last any more?!!


Mostly cosmetic stuff. A bit of rust here and there and the paint peeling off.
Tucalito01/04/2020 17:13

Mostly cosmetic stuff. A bit of rust here and there and the paint peeling …Mostly cosmetic stuff. A bit of rust here and there and the paint peeling off.


Thanks!
TOFF01/04/2020 17:12

As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 …As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 summers I can confirm and deny some of the previous comments.On the plus side... it's solid enough, looks great (literally had quite a few 'wows' from guests), it has lasted two summers of much use and will no doubt last at least a couple more, comes with wheels on one end so not too bad to move. Does the cooking job admirably. Good value I'd say.On the negative side... It's big, so not great for small gardens/yards, it's not the easiest to store away, if using a cover you'll need a large and a good one as the chimney on the coal side wears through cheap ones, it's very heavy, it was a little bit of a pain to put together, I've ended up not using the charcoal side because the gas is so easy and with hindsight I would have just bought a dedicated gas BBQ to begin with.Protecting it from the elements is important. Don't and it will rust to pieces in a year. If you can't (or are too lazy to) protect it from the elements, then don't bother with this one.Otherwise, if it's what you want, go for it.



Thanks for the “proper review” all the other comments are “well the photo looks wonky so can’t be good”.
RSJMann01/04/2020 15:35

Wasn't sure how many people would have got the quote, but I'm glad …Wasn't sure how many people would have got the quote, but I'm glad somebody did!


Just watched imagination land where man bear pig is brought back
Right gotta get the garden done then maybe I can treat myself
rhysccfc3101/04/2020 17:36

Thanks for the “proper review” all the other comments are “well the photo l …Thanks for the “proper review” all the other comments are “well the photo looks wonky so can’t be good”.


I don't see any comments like that. So far the 2 reviews have been 1. Bad, 2. OK.
Do you think I could get a whole pig on it?
I bought one last year- very happy with it. 🏼
TOFF01/04/2020 17:12

As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 …As someone who owns this BBQ, and has used it a lot over the last 2 summers I can confirm and deny some of the previous comments.On the plus side... it's solid enough, looks great (literally had quite a few 'wows' from guests), it has lasted two summers of much use and will no doubt last at least a couple more, comes with wheels on one end so not too bad to move. Does the cooking job admirably. Good value I'd say.On the negative side... It's big, so not great for small gardens/yards, it's not the easiest to store away, if using a cover you'll need a large and a good one as the chimney on the coal side wears through cheap ones, it's very heavy, it was a little bit of a pain to put together, I've ended up not using the charcoal side because the gas is so easy and with hindsight I would have just bought a dedicated gas BBQ to begin with.Protecting it from the elements is important. Don't and it will rust to pieces in a year. If you can't (or are too lazy to) protect it from the elements, then don't bother with this one.Otherwise, if it's what you want, go for it.


Ordered. Been looking to get one of these for a while as do expect I'll use it more for impromptu outdoor cooking when bag of coal + heating time is waste for couple burgers (and you want to be outside, not in your kitchen), whilst still having option for coals for when a proper bbq planned... not too mention size of it if a bigger gathering and want to have both sides fired up.

Any recommendations on a good cover?
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