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La Hacienda Diamond Clay Chimenea £30 instore at Tesco
La Hacienda Diamond Clay Chimenea £30  instore at Tesco

La Hacienda Diamond Clay Chimenea £30 instore at Tesco

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Seems a decent price. Next cheapest that I could find instore was for a smaller one that cost £49.99

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thought it looked pretty good so bought two haha

Good price. Don't drop it or hacienda that ... :-D

Banned

I want one but our tesco never has anything like that

Can I cook my pizza in this? ;-)

if you wrap it in foil, probably :P

Everyone I know who has had a clay one has cracked it after a couple of uses - they don't take the heat very well.
Cast iron ones are much better.
Great price for a clay one though.....

agreed!

my sister has a clay one and it cracked after one summers use.

No idea if this is any good though

only cracks if you overheat it , eg to much fast burning wood / petrol

charlton111

only cracks if you overheat it , eg to much fast burning wood / petrol


I've just bought a cast iron one, as I read about the cracking problems, and I realise already that I have made the right choice. It is VERY EASY to get these things burning more fiercely than you envisaged.

This is very cheap though so I will vote hot. I also think the clay ones look nicer but you just have to be that bit more careful with them, from what I have read.

BTW If you are wondering whether or not you actually need a chimenea, I would say go for it. A darkening spring evening, by the fireside, glass of wine... very nice.

These are great for smoking your neighbours out and not just with normal bbq smoke. The stuff these chuck out is incredible. Stinks of **** ( I censored that ), and even if your neighbours leave just one air vent in their windows open the smoke will permeate through the house and make it stink for days.
The icing on the cake? Because of the chimney effect your house will be fine.

Hot.

Edited by: "tawke" 20th Apr 2011

tawke

These are great for smoking your neighbours out and not just with normal … These are great for smoking your neighbours out and not just with normal bbq smoke. The stuff these chuck out is incredible. Stinks of **** ( I censored that ), and even if your neighbours leave just one air vent in their windows open the smoke will permeate through the house and make it stink for days.The icing on the cake? Because of the chimney effect your house will be fine.Hot.



What on earth are you burning on it? Tyres?

tawke

These are great for smoking your neighbours out and not just with normal … These are great for smoking your neighbours out and not just with normal bbq smoke. The stuff these chuck out is incredible. Stinks of **** ( I censored that ), and even if your neighbours leave just one air vent in their windows open the smoke will permeate through the house and make it stink for days.The icing on the cake? Because of the chimney effect your house will be fine.Hot.



Best comment I've read on here in ages.

With regards to a clay chimenea cracking, there is a curing guide to follow, such as this

garden4less.co.uk/cur…asp

But I think ultimately you want to stay away from anything that burns too hot, such as charcoal/briquettes etc.

These are crap. The number of barbecues I have been to with **** up people chucking all manner of things into them - part eaten chicken drumsticks, burgers, plastic containers from the potato salad - causing motorway closing smoke to bellow out of the garden and causing everybody to absolutely stink when they get home

None in Blackpool Tesco extra, surprise surprise. But they have cast iron ones for £49 which look alot better actually

The chimney isn't big enough on these and their not massivly hot either assuming you only put wood in it. Smoke and fire ash spews out of this a lot. Probably cast iron is a better idea.

Bough one today - also from the same store in Swansea.
If anyone from the area is interested there we two left on display.

Hot, hot... hot

We got one of these clay ones last year from Tesco, and it exploded. They are so un safe, clay chimnea's are not built to stand that sort of heat I would advise it's better to stay with the cast Iron ones.

bigsky

What on earth are you burning on it? Tyres?



I don't have one.:|

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