Diall lumpwood charcoal 7kg pack at £3 from £7. From tomorrow in stores at B&Q
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Diall lumpwood charcoal 7kg pack at £3 from £7. From tomorrow in stores at B&Q

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Found 23rd May 2015
This B&Q 7kg lumpwood charcoal pack is ideal for barbecues and it's easy to use. It is ready to cook in 20-30 minutes.

Guarantee - 1 year

Note: only 3 bags per person will be allowed and is available in store from Saturday 23rd May until Monday 25th May, when it's gone, it's gone.

31 Comments

Damnnnnnnn! .. thats like mad CHEAP! .. if I now like had plenty BBQ's to BURN!, then ..... (I don't live in the jungle yet too/either!, so ..... )
Between now, & Bank Holiday Monday, i'll play this one by ear lool. :-)

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amour3k

Damnnnnnnn! .. thats like mad CHEAP! .. if I now like had plenty BBQ's to … Damnnnnnnn! .. thats like mad CHEAP! .. if I now like had plenty BBQ's to BURN!, then ..... (I don't live in the jungle yet too/either!, so ..... )Between now, & Bank Holiday Monday, i'll play this one by ear lool. :-)



Yer what?

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kristoff

CommentYer what?


Hahaha, my exact thoughts after reading that too!

Correct the spelling in the title mate, before the grammar police wake up and jump all over you. Missed the 'L' off lumpwood.

Good deal but personally use briquettes as I find charcoal burns out too quick.

1 year guarantee.. Against what?

Original Poster

Sorry. I was hungry and I eaten the "l". it was late and in a hurry.

*UPDATE!!!* IT'S NOT LIMIT TO BUY. I bought 5 bags. lol

Original Poster

cynikill

1 year guarantee.. Against what?

God knows!! lol

6 bought Hull, Stoneferry. lots left 4 Pm today. ...a bit thin, not good quality

Thx for this..........

Excellent price, expect to pay about £7-8 for this size bag normally. Stocked up on these last year when they were £3 each, about 30 bags. Bought 10 already yesterday and hoping to get a dozen more if I have time by Monday. Good quality charcoal btw.
Edited by: "Blender" 24th May 2015

Billythekid116

Correct the spelling in the title mate, before the grammar police wake up … Correct the spelling in the title mate, before the grammar police wake up and jump all over you. Missed the 'L' off lumpwood.Good deal but personally use briquettes as I find charcoal burns out too quick.


It's not a grammar police issue sir, its a matter for the spelling police...

Kind regards,

The trivially small mistake police.

Smoking. Do you have to buy an umbrella with it

zalmoxis12

God knows!! lol



fire damage

Perfect for a bank holiday barbecue !

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-bso4Gd0PPoQ/UWaBBHxNfuI/AAAAAAAAANo/LM9Q169sCmQ/s1600/British-BBQ-rain-wind-umbrella-13469722984.gif

you've, you've, you've got to let the the coals.......nnn.....nnnnnnn........ah you've ruined the bbq

cynikill

1 year guarantee.. Against what?


Against not working very well after 1 year?
Obviously no-one would ever claim on that, but it's like a lot of political promises - say something no-one will or can ever really hold you to.

Plenty of stock in Eltham and Sidcup. Bought this a few times when they were on offer but they are mostly dust and shards, maybe 1/3-1/4 of a bag is decent charcoal. Personally I prefer to pay a bit more for catering grade charcoal which is far superior, but the deal is good nevertheless.

Poor quality. Not worth it.

Would rather have briquettes.

ian18

Poor quality. Not worth it. Would rather have briquettes.


me too

http://bloggery.undergroundeats.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/20120806-daniel-delaney-brisketlab-brisket-barbecue-5.jpg

Still got some of the 7KG XL bags of briquettes in my local Lidl for £2.89.

Have some heat for a very good price but no idea what they're like

I like my weber briquettes with 4 hours cooking time also pretty cheap if you shop around 10kg bags for under a tenner.

Edited by: "utopiangames" 24th May 2015

Blender

Excellent price, expect to pay about £7-8 for this size bag normally. … Excellent price, expect to pay about £7-8 for this size bag normally. Stocked up on these last year when they were £3 each, about 30 bags. Bought 10 already yesterday and hoping to get a dozen more if I have time by Monday. Good quality charcoal btw.



how sad

Briquettes are made using charcoal dust compressed and formed with binders. These binders may be as simple as vegetable starch but you never know exactly what they are Also the ratio of fuel to binder varies from brand to brand, more binder will mean shorter burns and more ash. I find that generic supermarket briquettes have loads of binder in them, they burn up real quick and leave tons of ash. Supagrill and Big K are not too bad at all and Supagrill also do a cocoshell briquette which burns clean and long. If you're going for briquettes I'd recommend the cocoshell stuff but it's better to buy it direct from CPL as it seems to be expensive at retailers. CPL have a website, just google for it.

thanks OP, bought a couple of bags

benlondon

how sad


I think you have missed the point of this site.

These have been on sale at £3 in all the B & Qs in Northern Ireland

red23

me too



omg........hand me a tissue. I love you

Good price, kosher gear, voted hot.

very good quality has a good burn rate. will be buying another ten bags this year.
briquetes burn to hot most of the time imo.

Stocked up on this and opened the first bag tonight. Rather than lump wood I basically had charcoal gravel. All very small pieces, most not much bigger than grapes. Hoping this was a dodgy bag. Other than that it did smoke a hell of a lot on lighting in a chimney started but gave out good heat. Difficult to rate on a dodgy bag, I only needed to cook 1 steak.
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