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Posted 19 May 2023

George Foreman Portable Charcoal BBQ, Go Anywhere Toolbox, Portable, Foldable Legs - £19.99 @ Amazon

£19.99£26.0123% off
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The next best price is around £26 and the RRP of £49.99 is even quite a bit higher.

  • GO ANYWHERE TOOLBOX BBQ - This charcoal powered model provides an authentic BBQ experience wherever you are – lock the lid, grab the handle and go anywhere.
  • STYLISH DESIGN - This BBQ comes in an innovative toolbox-style design, making it an ideal gift for the DIY fanatic in your life. The high-shine enamel body looks good as well as offering up a durable, fade-free exterior.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND CONVENIENT – Portable and perfect for outdoor adventures, it weighs only 4kg and features a durable, heat-resistant handle for easy carrying.
  • CHROMED STEEL GRILL - Deceptively spacious, there's a 41.3cm x 26.5cm grill area, so you can cook for 3-4 people at once, giving you plenty of space for that impromptu backyard BBQ.
  • ADDED STABILITY - This grill stands on dual-purpose foldable legs, so you can raise your grill safely off the ground and flip your burgers with added stability.
  • PRODUCT DIMENSIONS (CM): - (H)29 x (W)43 x (D)29 / Weight: 4.2KG
  • Note - For the first issue the charcoal tray should only be loaded one layer high to provide maximum air/fuel mixture and performance, by overloading the charcoal tray there is too much fuel causing the coal to not burn as well
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  1. Haruhi's avatar
    Thought that was a Weber Go Anywhere with a £19.99 price tag and nearly myself (edited)
  2. packard's avatar
    Ok price, but a poor copy of the Weber. Which will last way way longer and is better quality.
    chubuking's avatar
    How do you know how long this will last? Have you used one before?
  3. wrcallar's avatar
    Wow much cheaper than the weber version I have
  4. Capitalist's avatar
    Seems like a great idea, but don't they get too hot to then pack up and take away ?
    headnovel's avatar
    The Webber version has draining holes on the side at the bottom to open. So you can poor water in and cool it down. Looks like this one has similar, but can't be sure.
  5. collo's avatar
    Thank you 
  6. DonnyBrago's avatar
    Big distinction between this and the Weber, aside the obvious quality and cost difference, is that this one doesn't seem to have any control over the air inlets. The Weber has a vent you can close to regulate temperature and put the fire out when you are done, this just seems to have holes.

    As ever, if all you do is sausages and burgers with the lid off you won't care but the Weber is much more than that
    Baldricky's avatar
    Both the George Foreman and the Weber have vents (dampeners) in the top lid and Weber themselves recommend using the vents in the top lid to control the BBQ temperature. No doubt the principal of stopping air flow out, stops air flow (oxygen) in applies That doesn't mean the Weber is not a better unit overall.

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  7. SeanRTK's avatar
    Heavy hitting BBQ that packs a punch.
  8. sibeer's avatar
    Have the small/portable weber kettle but it is too big still for a lot of things. For £20 this will be a handy one to take out and about
  9. beessteph's avatar
    Delivery 1-2 months 😏
    JSL's avatar
    Just in time for winter
  10. Ankur26's avatar
    Looks like back to £44 now
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