Landmann Stainless Steel Pedestal Charcoal BBQ 11242, Tesco direct £24.50
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Landmann Stainless Steel Pedestal Charcoal BBQ 11242, Tesco direct £24.50

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Found 21st Jun 2014
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Adjustable cooking grill
Self-assembly
H84xW61xD43cm
Ideal for small gardens, this pedestal charcoal BBQ from Landmann has a 39cm diameter cooking area which allows you to cook for up to 6 people. It features an adjustable chrome-plated cooking grill with handles and a ventilation disc for regulating the heat and airflow. There’s also an ash collection box that’s removable for easy ash disposal and cleaning.

For outdoor use only. Do not leave barbecues unattended. Keep small children and pets clear of the cooking area.

Warning: Do not use barbecues in confined spaces, such as a tent. Risk of fatality from carbon monoxide poisoning, even when cooled down.

20 Comments

Saw this in Aldi for just under £30 and thought THAT was a good deal! Have some heat :-)

£3.00 delivery makes it £27.50
I think I'm right but the same item at Amazon is £24.50 delivered
amazon.co.uk/Lan…1XG

alanhutchy

£3.00 delivery makes it £27.50I think I'm right but the same item at A … £3.00 delivery makes it £27.50I think I'm right but the same item at Amazon is £24.50 deliveredhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Landmann-Stainless-Pedestal-Charcoal-Barbecue/dp/B0002DF1XG



nice find, it is the same item

Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all year because all the rivets etc are not, so it will fall to pieces regardless.

pibpob

Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all … Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all year because all the rivets etc are not, so it will fall to pieces regardless.



Who cares, it's £27, just buy another next year instead of wasting whole day cleaning the damn thing.

BenderRodriguez

Who cares, it's £27, just buy another next year instead of wasting whole … Who cares, it's £27, just buy another next year instead of wasting whole day cleaning the damn thing.


I care and so do many others, I'm sure, who don't have your cavalier attitude to waste.

Hot, good price for stainless barby.
Not worried about rusty rivets, stainless replacements are easy enough.

BenderRodriguez

Who cares, it's £27, just buy another next year instead of wasting whole … Who cares, it's £27, just buy another next year instead of wasting whole day cleaning the damn thing.



Ha ha, you sound just my son/daughter, it boggles my mind their attitude to money & food
Edited by: "skykid3" 22nd Jun 2014

skykid3

Ha ha, you sound just my son/daughter, it boggles my mind their attitude … Ha ha, you sound just my son/daughter, it boggles my mind their attitude to money & food




It boggles my mind why would anyone waste entire afternoon cleaning old and rusty barbecue that's worth less than you'd earn in the time spent on it. Those sub-£30 bbqs are usually poor quality and don't last long anyway, so just treat it as a disposable one or spend a bit more on something that will actually survive one season.

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pibpob

Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all … Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all year because all the rivets etc are not, so it will fall to pieces regardless.


I beg to differ......12 years in the garden and still going stong
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Original Poster

if you have enough room in a shed just put it in your shed when finished with

Original Poster

thats good that youve had it 12 years

BenderRodriguez

It boggles my mind why would anyone waste entire afternoon cleaning old … It boggles my mind why would anyone waste entire afternoon cleaning old and rusty barbecue that's worth less than you'd earn in the time spent on it.


It was a whole day... now it's a whole afternoon... soon it'll be down to ten minutes and all will be sweetness and light.

patg2005

12 I beg to differ......12 years in the garden and still going stong


Lucky you - you've got one without rivets etc that rust. It's not the same as the one in the offer so the one in the offer may be like yours or may be like mine, which didn't survive nearly so well.
Edited by: "pibpob" 22nd Jun 2014

BenderRodriguez

It boggles my mind why would anyone waste entire afternoon cleaning old … It boggles my mind why would anyone waste entire afternoon cleaning old and rusty barbecue that's worth less than you'd earn in the time spent on it. Those sub-£30 bbqs are usually poor quality and don't last long anyway, so just treat it as a disposable one or spend a bit more on something that will actually survive one season.



There is no reason this wont 'survive' one season, cleaning isnt that hard, unless elderly or disabled, having somewhere to store/shelter would be even better

Ordered 2 - one for mum's birthday and one for me. Thanks OP

pibpob

Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all … Don't think that because this is stainless steel you can leave it out all year because all the rivets etc are not, so it will fall to pieces regardless.



Strange, I ordered it from Amazon for £24.50 delivered and it doesn't have any rivets...

stephenjfisher

Saw this in Aldi for just under £30 and thought THAT was a good deal! … Saw this in Aldi for just under £30 and thought THAT was a good deal! Have some heat :-)



I saw the Aldi one priced at £29.99 but it was their own brand, not Landmann (although it's quite possible that it is the same product, but re-packaged in an Aldi box).

F4STFORW4RD

Strange, I ordered it from Amazon for £24.50 delivered and it doesn't … Strange, I ordered it from Amazon for £24.50 delivered and it doesn't have any rivets...



Not even as the pivot point for the lever at the bottom?

They may of course have used folded seams and spot-welding to eliminate the rest, in which case that's Good News.

pibpob

Not even as the pivot point for the lever at the bottom?They may of … Not even as the pivot point for the lever at the bottom?They may of course have used folded seams and spot-welding to eliminate the rest, in which case that's Good News.



Maybe the Amazon one is a different model because it doesn't have a lever, it just has a removable ash tray at the bottom of the pedestal.

EDIT: The Tesco one doesn't appear to have a lever at the bottom, either.
Edited by: "F4STFORW4RD" 27th Jun 2014

good price but you really need a lid to bbq properly

ok for just burgers etc
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