Do It Yourself Barbecue Grill Set £5.00 @ Wilkinsons - now in store only
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Do It Yourself Barbecue Grill Set £5.00 @ Wilkinsons - now in store only

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Found 24th Aug 2013
Charcoal Do It Yourself BBQ. Grill with detachable chrome handles, adjustable cooking heights. Cooking area 66cmx35cm. Suitable for outdoor domestic use only. Tools and bricks not included.
These seem to get quite good reviews and will come in handy when I rebuild ours.

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Cheers needed a new grill for mine

Great price. Paid £25 for one of these in B&Q and thought that was a good price. £40 on ebay. Heat added.

Want to make myself an oil drum BBQ, so this looks idea for the internals, ta!

youtube.com/wat…PNg
This will be interesting for some people.
Edited by: "electriclinux" 24th Aug 2013

electriclinux

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z--oPgOdPNgThis will be interesting for … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z--oPgOdPNgThis will be interesting for some people.

and thats why I wont be buying heat added however for diy'ers

Do it yourself. This is exactly what I say when I invite everyone round for a BBQ.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 25th Aug 2013

Suitable for outdoor domestic use only.


Dammit - I was looking for an indoor barbecue.

Anyway - I'm voting hot, because, you know, it's a barbecue - not much use if it's cold, so it must be hot!

I bought one of these a few years ago and some of the bricks exploded whilst in use.......heat added though as I didn't receive any serious injuries!

out of stock

Says 'tools and bricks not included' - so is it just the wire trays ?

Rodders89

I bought one of these a few years ago and some of the bricks exploded … I bought one of these a few years ago and some of the bricks exploded whilst in use.......heat added though as I didn't receive any serious injuries!

wtf did you use? gun powder? try cement!

guitarman1

wtf did you use? gun powder? try cement!


probably a old porous brick, they suck up water like a sponge so when heated the water expands which can cause the brick to break or with a steam pocket explode

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Watchful

Says 'tools and bricks not included' - so is it just the wire trays ?



Yes basically, cooking grid, charcoal support rack, ash catcher and a few mounting plates to put into to the brick surround.

Original Poster

Don't know why this has been expired as it was in store also as there is where I first found it. Mods, please can you unexpire.

Its nearly winter COLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://i847.photobucket.com/albums/ab32/mdekq007/tumblr_ldogzk4LB21qex36wo1_500.jpg

cuslund

Its nearly winter COLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Nothing like a BBQ on bonfire night or after a few drinks during the Christmas break.
You haven't lived until you've had a BBQ in full winter attire and keeping warm in a sleeping bag.

cuslund

Its nearly winter COLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It is the first day of autumn, and sunny outside. Anyway, a bbq is for life, not just for summer.

backtothecaves

It is the first day of autumn, and sunny outside. Anyway, a bbq is for … It is the first day of autumn, and sunny outside. Anyway, a bbq is for life, not just for summer.



Autumn doesn't start till December, lasts for about a day and then we have 364 days of Winter rain

Either it's gone or it's a dead link.

-=blootoon=-

probably a old porous brick, they suck up water like a sponge so when … probably a old porous brick, they suck up water like a sponge so when heated the water expands which can cause the brick to break or with a steam pocket explode

probably this! I used my gunpowder to season the salad....

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Bizness

Either it's gone or it's a dead link.



Yes, the page has now been removed but as mentioned above, I found them in store and there may still be some around in other stores.

Cheers OP!

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zombieman

Cheers OP!



You're welcome
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