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Kettle BBQ Trolley £49.99 with 3 Year warranty + £3.95 delivery (UK Mainland) @ Aldi

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Lowest ever price by a fair bit, Kettle BBQ Trolley dropped by £30 to £49.99 / £53.94 delivered. Good reviews and comes with 3 year warranty.


Kettle BBQ Trolley £53.94 delivered

Keep the feast going this summer with the Gardenline Kettle BBQ Trolley. It features a 22"" diameter enamel coated kettle bbq along with a rubber wood chopping board and trolley for easy manoeuvring. Easy to maintain, this durable bbq has a large cooking area so you can cook and prep all in one space. Saving you time running to and from the kitchen, keep all your cooking essentials together on the handy storage shelf and hooks for any utensils. Make it a summer to remember with a delicious summer feast with the help of this premium bbq.

Cleaning Instructions

Use mild detergent and hot water solution. Never use oven cleaner, see instruction manual.


  • Stainless steel trolley handle
  • Wood chopping board
  • Ash catcher
  • Lid and body enamel coating for durability and easy maintenance
  • Chrome plated food grill
  • Hooks for tools
  • Warming grill
  • Storage shelf
  • Wheels for easy movability
  • Built in bottle opener


  • 3 Years


  • Brand: Gardenline
  • Colour: Black
  • Diameter: 22 inch (approx.)
  • Dimensions: 113.5 x 65 x 101cm (approx.)
  • Material: Steel, Enamel and Powder Coated
  • Product Type: BBQs
  • Weight: 22.5kg (approx.)

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  1. detch82's avatar
    Anyone taken the BBQ out of this and replaced with a 57cm Weber?
    Wigady's avatar
    Well, the instructions show the bowl being bolted to the frame, so I guess you either need to get the drill out or hope the Weber is a good enough fit

  2. tommocroydon's avatar
    Can you take chopping board off, and assume it's Alluminium underneath?
    Wigady's avatar
    Just had a look at the manual online - the chopping board is held on by wing nugs (assuming there’s come bolts bonded into the bottom of it

  3. J1135's avatar
    gonna grab the bbq and a coupla other bits.

    quick word of warning tho the delivery ppl aldi are using are absolutely shocking
  4. LV123's avatar
    In terms of the actual BBQ (shape and size), does anyone have any ideas of the pro's / cons' versus the Argos one?


    Would love opinions on which would be bigger (and better) for cooking on?
    ladapower's avatar
    I have always wanted a drum bbq but I actually went with this one. I was on the fence too.

    Pros for this trolley bbq:
    - Temp gauge
    - Hooks for utensils
    - Beer opener
    - Much easier to clean due to the ash catcher thing on tbe bottom (this is a big plus for me)
    - That side area seem to be useful to put stuff on (won't be using for chopping)
    - Bottom shelving

    Pros for that argos drum bbq:
    - Comes with rain cover
    - Comes with utensils
    - Slightly larger cooking surface
    - Adjustable grill height (I don't think the Aldi one is adjustable)
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    tomtomasz's avatar
    If possible return it, get a refund and order this to save £25.
  6. Dom_Moorev3T's avatar
    Thanks OP! Ordered along with a portable outdoor patio heater
  7. aaront1988's avatar
    Not sure if anyone else has had the same problem I had but, even under a cover, that "chopping board" does not fair well at all. I'd say to remove it and keep it somewhere dry whenever you're storing the BBQ.
    andypb's avatar
    Same with mine, it was warping last year & is now in three pieces.
  8. simonbb's avatar
    Topcashback 3.4%
  9. mattcheek's avatar
    I got this a couple of years ago. The only draw back it the grill in the bottom that you put the coal on. The bars are so wide that the coal falls through. I've ended up putting a pizza pan in the bottom.
    Dom_Moorev3T's avatar
    I recommend getting charcoal baskets (which are also good for creating direct and indirect heat)
  10. SHH's avatar
    Has anyone found a cover that will fit this?
  11. derek.reid's avatar
    This any good looking for a new bbq this looks good for price
    scott.greenx8r's avatar
    I have one, definetely good for the price.
  12. kingstongold's avatar
    Would this be big enough to sit and ooni 12 inch pizza oven on top of, somewhere and use as it's base?
    tommocroydon's avatar
    ha! that's why I was asking about the board. great minds!
  13. eset12345's avatar
    Seems to be lots of BBQ offers lately, are we expecting a wet summer?
  14. Rozkurwiacz's avatar
    I have this one, the top tier is falling down often. I need to claim the warranty I think
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  16. RobC91's avatar
    Great find! Let’s hope it’s a nice summer!
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