Laguna 2 Burner gas barbecue now £45.60 @ B&Q (Offer applies at checkout)
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Laguna 2 Burner gas barbecue now £45.60 @ B&Q (Offer applies at checkout)

£45.60B&Q Deals
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Found 25th Aug 2017
Decent for the price, add to basket and discount will apply - currently aval for delivery / C&C at time of posting

This Laguna gas barbecue is is ideal for quick evening barbecues and family gatherings.

  • 465 mm x 360 mm grill
  • (H)1010mm x (W)1020mm x (L)1050mm
  • 1 year Manufacturer guarantee
  • Clean using a grill brush and hot soapy water
Features and BenefitsThis BBQ has a painted hood, fixed side table, porcelain enamel cooking grill and a wire warming rack.

  • Comes with - Tablet, wind shields, hose regulator, handles & grease drip tray
  • Easy to clean vapour bars
  • Features a handy base tray for extra storage
  • Foldaway hood
  • Push button ignition for easy start up
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Redmickeyfinn33 m ago

Bloody hell, i thought the gas was free ????


Only if you make it yourself!
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anyone used this before?
don't forget it' cost you aprroximately £60 for a gas bottle
Bloody hell, i thought the gas was free ????
Redmickeyfinn33 m ago

Bloody hell, i thought the gas was free ????


Only if you make it yourself!
Redmickeyfinn1 h, 15 m ago

Bloody hell, i thought the gas was free ????

if it was free the WW2 casualties would have been much higher
Tempted, but some say it takes an age to cook, and assembly is a ball ache!!
donkeydavid46 m ago

Tempted, but some say it takes an age to cook, and assembly is a ball …Tempted, but some say it takes an age to cook, and assembly is a ball ache!!


That's why it's only 45 sheets........
paulj484 h, 52 m ago

don't forget it' cost you aprroximately £60 for a gas bottle

Nope, gasdeal is about 20 delivered
Oh better deal is adding something to make it 50 then add 10 voucher code to make it 40
deanos5 m ago

Nope, gasdeal is about 20 delivered


That's just a refill, you need another £30 for the bottle
Edited by: "paulj48" 25th Aug 2017
deanos13 m ago

Oh better deal is adding something to make it 50 then add 10 voucher code …Oh better deal is adding something to make it 50 then add 10 voucher code to make it 40

The code I have found which is CLUBF41B0 isn't working, have you got a different one?
paulj4811 h, 11 m ago

That's just a refill, you need another £30 for the bottle



No you dont , its £5 for bottle

£24.99 inc delivery and deposit

gasdeal.co.uk/pro…er/
Edited by: "deanos" 26th Aug 2017
callumfraser491211 h, 0 m ago

The code I have found which is CLUBF41B0 isn't working, have you got a …The code I have found which is CLUBF41B0 isn't working, have you got a different one?




they sent me one earlier in the week , cant find the email now tho , there is deffo one floating around for this weekend
deanos5 h, 14 m ago

No you dont , its £5 for bottle£24.99 inc delivery and d …No you dont , its £5 for bottle£24.99 inc delivery and deposithttps://gasdeal.co.uk/product/13kg-butane-gas-cylinder/


That's Butane gas, this BBQ runs on propane or patio gas
paulj4829 m ago

That's Butane gas, this BBQ runs on propane or patio gas



change the regulator, easy peasy
Edited by: "deanos" 26th Aug 2017
deanos1 h, 46 m ago

change the regulator, easy peasy


True and also adds extra expense, depending on the BBQ you may also need to change the jet size as butane burns hotter
Hot... well hopefully it's hot.
I just don't get gas BBQ? If i remove my oven from kitchen and put on patio would it be an electric BBQ? Guess the scrap men must
Love the spring when these are lined up all rusty from sitting in garden all winter. Never mind the folks that blow themselves up connecting gas bottle. I really don't get it? Oh well. Just my opinion.
31832803-L6xru.jpgI had one of these, until last night the paint sat on fire! The burgers where definitely flame grilled.... Letter of complaint on route to b@q it's dangerous
paulj4826th Aug

True and also adds extra expense, depending on the BBQ you may also need …True and also adds extra expense, depending on the BBQ you may also need to change the jet size as butane burns hotter


Please stop sharing your 'wisdom' on BBQs...
wayners11 h, 34 m ago

I just don't get gas BBQ? If i remove my oven from kitchen and put on …I just don't get gas BBQ? If i remove my oven from kitchen and put on patio would it be an electric BBQ? Guess the scrap men mustLove the spring when these are lined up all rusty from sitting in garden all winter. Never mind the folks that blow themselves up connecting gas bottle. I really don't get it? Oh well. Just my opinion.


I assume your electric oven is ran by coils for heat instead of gas and fire.. So... You can compare it with a toaster but not a quite flame bbq.

To answer your question where it was intended; yes its v similar to a gas oven, except you have open flames and you get more of the char grill element to it.
If you jazz it up with lava rocks and different gas/techniques of cooking (ie smoke wood chips, ultra low heat with water to create convection cooking etc) it becomes quite versatile cooking equipment.

It's easier to control and from a practical standpoint, it's easier to start, finish and clean. I often whack on the BBQ for a 'lazy dinner'- I only need to clean tongs, knife and a quick scrap of the grill to remove debris.
Inquisitor1 h, 44 m ago

I assume your electric oven is ran by coils for heat instead of gas and …I assume your electric oven is ran by coils for heat instead of gas and fire.. So... You can compare it with a toaster but not a quite flame bbq. To answer your question where it was intended; yes its v similar to a gas oven, except you have open flames and you get more of the char grill element to it. If you jazz it up with lava rocks and different gas/techniques of cooking (ie smoke wood chips, ultra low heat with water to create convection cooking etc) it becomes quite versatile cooking equipment. It's easier to control and from a practical standpoint, it's easier to start, finish and clean. I often whack on the BBQ for a 'lazy dinner'- I only need to clean tongs, knife and a quick scrap of the grill to remove debris.


Ah. That makes more sense. Not used one myself as tend to use british made disposable bbq. Worries me seeing so many gas sets just left in garden and with rubber gas seals perishing in the cold winter, it's no wonder spring don't start with a bang. Sounds like you know what your doing though. Guess I worry although that boat blowing up at Bristol dock 2 weeks ago is another warning about gas bottles.
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