Hi, anyone try it lately? thanks
I've collected loads of empties for calor so check, they may pick up your empties and pay you by bacs.
Theres a silver disk around the neck of calor bottles that tells you the weight of the bottle when empty.
Didnt know that Thanks
Did you know............ The weight of the empty cylinder is more or less equivalent to the amount of a gas inside when full. So a full 15Kg one should weigh around 30Kg. Handy if you want to now how much gas you have left.
Thats a load of BS as flogas deliver free
:D ermm not on this occasion X)
Do they deliver to Scotland? :)
Sorry its a local company, but you may be local to me ? KGSmith at Hartwell
We have this deal at my work. Eros hire tools.
that's a good price - where from please?
Cheapest in Northern Ireland is 69.9, great find
Same with me mate I start to thinking about conversion for my mazda:-)
So typical, drove LPG cars for about 5 years, when I started the price was around 80p, now I have a petrol car the price of gas keeps dropping!
Also 39p on Oxhill Rd, Handsworth. Think that's Calor as well.
Apparently not the only one selling LPG at this price in this area: http://www.filllpg.co.uk/index.php?page=lpg.php
I tried but they add the rental charge if you've no bottle to swap. the gas is free but the bottle if offically rented.
anyone bought one?
No its including a bottle so you can get refills with the one you get with this
you need a bottle to exchange to get it for that price? I looked and it was £79 if you had not bottle as they were adding in refill contract
Received mine today :) Just thought I would mention it also comes with a standard cover, tool holder and tool set - all in there own boxes. They even give you an additional wheel nut because they know we dont read the instructions and start hammering stuff together!! make sure you put the legs on before the wheels and def before you hammer the nuts on :S - thank you Weber for thinking of us!
Gone for this. Cheers for posting OP!
Damn wish is seen the summer30 code before ordering!!
I do...what do you eat burgers with...a spoon?
Nothing. So why don't you eat with them too?
these are handy to get the air out of the meat so it doesnt fall apart when cooking also so it is perfectly round
One born every minute!
Who makes burgers at home and uses these things...?....whats wrong with your hands...?
Anyone found a company that have stock and will price match? I have tried john lewis and the said no. Thanks,
Without doubt the finest of small BBQ's
Hi, it was in Oxford and I'm afraid it was the last one there. Hope you find one!
Hi, what calor shop did u go to? As my local one has none in stock, also did they have more than one? Thanks
OMG always miss deal on this sooo want one please somebody help me lol. Do love a bargain
"it's a skewer"
still running folk through at that price though, ..£25 rrp oO ...serious mark up on those add on's
Friend of mine has one of these, I've been pretty impressed with it. Good find OP.
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Is the cash back on the broil king gem still available?
Just joking. This is an amazing piece of kit. Every home should have one. Go ahead buy it - you know you want to.
Yeah , I was right the first time
You wouldn't thank anyone for taking your photo when standing alongside this. Double it up with a decent angle grinder - now that will come in real handy.
Anyone received theirs yet? I'm a wee bit concerned that this has got so hot and yet stock is still showing. Had orders cancelled before as some websites don't do live stock updates. I hope this makes sense? Ordered mine on Friday morning for 1-2 day delivery - no sign of it yet. UPDATE - got it, looks good. Thanks OP.
Excellent find! Thanks op
Ordered. Thanks. Still £119.99 at Argos.
Good price, but I want a charcoal bbq... anyone know of any good deals?
can some one explain to me how i make a recomendation please i tried to post one but they sed it was self promotion i was jst recomending a heater!
Depends on your electicity tariffs, but do your homework on what peak time electricity costs, say 11p to 15p per KwH and equate that to one cylinder lasting 50 hours use on full (ie producing up to 4.2Kw) - it comes in something like about 25 to 30 quids worth of power - which is not a lot different to the cost of a cylinder. Electric heaters are cheaper to buy, require no extra ventilation, and are just as instant, and are lower cost to buy as well as smaller and even more portable, without the other issues. Becomes a no-brainer, even aside from the safety issues! The most direct example I have seen of the effect on users was in a hairdressers' salon, where use in an atmosphere of salon chemicals produced a strong smog-like haze, looking something like a steam room in a health spa, but with a chemical taste, and eye watering effect! With the right ventilation, (it is a LOT!) they are fine, but universally users then compain about the excessive draught! As I say, they are BRILLIANT in the right situation, but everyday domestic or light commercial use is not that situation :-(
I use one of these in my kitchen. Its great for quick / powerful heat and the gas seems to last a long time. Great for what I need (intermittant, quick heat for relitavely short periods of time) but dont think I would use as a permanent heat source.
in law had one of these, turned most things in the room yellow.
I posted this deal expecting a post of your nature. It's nice to see in black & white the downside of a possible solution for a third party. I was fully aware of the condensation issue, and never really thought through the necessity to own 2 cylinders to ensure a continuous supply. I'm sure my deal is a good price for this product, but I can now see that an oil filled radiator may be a more sensible choice for the person I had in mind. I have also heard some people suffer tiredness with these kind of units.