Aldi Gardenline Dual Fuel BBQ £149.99 (+£3.95 delivery)
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Aldi Gardenline Dual Fuel BBQ £149.99 (+£3.95 delivery)

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Found 13th Apr
Your garden parties will never be the same again when you introduce this gas and charcoal Dual BBQ. A great way to keep family and guests satisfied, you'll be able to grill delicious delights all summer long. Features of the barbecue include two thermometers in the hoods, a side burner, warming rack, spice box, bottle opener, tool hooks, foldable side shelves, bottom plate, a large oil collector, two wheels for easy movement and a regulator with hose.
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'Bottle opener' swung it for me, heat.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 13th Apr
Sold out online, will have to take your chance instore. Looks a great product, heat from me.
Online exclusive thou
From the picture the quality looks a little naff... have they done these in the past/anyone seen one in the flesh to know if it would last?
jimmyt119 m ago

From the picture the quality looks a little naff... have they done these …From the picture the quality looks a little naff... have they done these in the past/anyone seen one in the flesh to know if it would last?


Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. Gonna buy a decent one this year I think. The problem with the cheaper ones is that the metal used isn't thick enough to maintain a temperature meaning your constantly topping it up with coal. It's alright for a 'party' bbq but anything more than I'd recommend getting a better quality one
0901salmoc17 m ago

Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. …Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. Gonna buy a decent one this year I think. The problem with the cheaper ones is that the metal used isn't thick enough to maintain a temperature meaning your constantly topping it up with coal. It's alright for a 'party' bbq but anything more than I'd recommend getting a better quality one


Any recommendations?
Holyman4vr43 m ago

Any recommendations?


No sorry. Been looking for the last few weeks! It's like choosing a new mattress lol. Really want dual fuel (currently have one rusty coal bbq and one rusty gas bbq from last year that are gonna go down the tip) but I want one with a separate box on the side for smoking. Only thing I would say is it's best to try and see one before you buy so you can see the quality of it and compare them.
I'd never recommend this because of the price lol but it's basically what I'm after!! Dual Fuel BBQ... Not sure what the quality would be like but I bet it would be alot thicker than this Aldi one (obviously)
0901salmoc1 h, 41 m ago

Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. …Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. Gonna buy a decent one this year I think. The problem with the cheaper ones is that the metal used isn't thick enough to maintain a temperature meaning your constantly topping it up with coal. It's alright for a 'party' bbq but anything more than I'd recommend getting a better quality one


Yeah exactly... £150 is a lot for a handful of bbqs. I have gone to Weber now and the way they last means they are much cheaper in the long run. Plus as you say the heat/cooking is better. I’ve found it much more consistent which has meant more tasteful food.
Holyman4vr13th Apr

Any recommendations?


For a decent bbq go for Webber. Not overly expensive and will last. Do you want duel fuel? I went to a couple off bbqs last year with the big green egg... not 100% on its name, it seemed amazing but I think there expensive
0901salmoc5 h, 9 m ago

Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. …Buy stuff like this every year... and it lasts till the next year lol. Gonna buy a decent one this year I think. The problem with the cheaper ones is that the metal used isn't thick enough to maintain a temperature meaning your constantly topping it up with coal. It's alright for a 'party' bbq but anything more than I'd recommend getting a better quality one


It does have a 3 year warranty so hopefully would at least last 3 years...
StormOwl6 h, 54 m ago

It does have a 3 year warranty so hopefully would at least last 3 years...


I bought a kitchen tap from Aldi and that has warranty. It states that if there are any problems within the duration, remove the tap and send it off to somewhere in germany(?) and they'll either repair it or give a refund providing you have kept the receipt. What kind of a warranty is that?!
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