Outback 2 Burner Gas BBQ with Cover - Red £106.94 Delivered @ Argos
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Outback 2 Burner Gas BBQ with Cover - Red £106.94 Delivered @ Argos

£106.94Argos Deals
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Found 8th Jul
Perfect for cooking for smaller parties. This 2 burner gas BBQ is sure to be a hit. Built to last it has a porcelain enamelled hood and firebowl. With lava rock, for an authentic barbecue taste, and a single tier drip tray you will have everything you need for an afternoon of great food. Product comes with a 2 year warranty on the body and hood and a 12 month warranty on all other parts.

Comes with lava rock & basket as well as an Outback branded cover.

  • Model number mh3230.
  • Constructed from metal.
  • Hose and regulator included.
  • Uses propane gas only.
  • Propane gas not included.
  • 2 burners.
  • Warming rack.
  • Overall size H123.5, W114, D60cm.
  • Size of cooking area 47 x 42cm.
  • Weight 35kg.
  • Self-assembly.

Same price on Argos ebay store but you can earn Nectar points there.
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There ebay page has some good 1s.

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Edited by: "AJ92" 8th Jul
if you want the Outback Excel 2 Burner with Side Burner, the cheapest price appears to be at Homebase - £100 (plenty in stock at the moment).
homebase.co.uk/out…993

I didn't want a side burner as they have no use to me and I'd rather have the storage space. Product has good reviews and includes a cover.

FYI, link to Argos ebay product page for the same item >> ebay.co.uk/itm…042

There is quidco available for ebay.
I've always found outback bbq's to be really good quality, I bought one years ago from the Range (before they went national) but didn't really use it much as I prefered a charcoal bbq so sold the outback gas one for more than I paid for it!
Dyslexic_Dog34 m ago

I've always found outback bbq's to be really good quality, I bought one …I've always found outback bbq's to be really good quality, I bought one years ago from the Range (before they went national) but didn't really use it much as I prefered a charcoal bbq so sold the outback gas one for more than I paid for it!


And I've found the complete opposite, both my Outbacks suffered from rusted burners after about 3 years rendering then useless.

I'd never buy an Outback again...spend more and not chuck it away every couple of years.

How long did you own it for before selling?
Edited by: "spannerzone" 8th Jul
spannerzone8th Jul

And I've found the complete opposite, both my Outbacks suffered from …And I've found the complete opposite, both my Outbacks suffered from rusted burners after about 3 years rendering then useless. I'd never buy an Outback again...spend more and not chuck it away every couple of years.How long did you own it for before selling?


I had it for about three years I think, it sat outside with a cover on it, honestly it still looked brand new when I sold it. It was one of the dearer ones with ceramic grills and burners if remember correctly.
Dyslexic_Dog2 h, 0 m ago

I had it for about three years I think, it sat outside with a cover on it, …I had it for about three years I think, it sat outside with a cover on it, honestly it still looked brand new when I sold it. It was one of the dearer ones with ceramic grills and burners if remember correctly.


oh yes I think the ceramic burners are much better, the basic burners are known to rust pretty quickly unfortunately even when stored in dry conditions over winter.
spannerzone1 h, 25 m ago

oh yes I think the ceramic burners are much better, the basic burners are …oh yes I think the ceramic burners are much better, the basic burners are known to rust pretty quickly unfortunately even when stored in dry conditions over winter.


What bbq would you recommend on a low budget?
adamwilko00730 m ago

What bbq would you recommend on a low budget?


To be honest I'm saving up / waiting for a Weber deal to come along... I did get a charcoal smokey joe Weber but it's nothing as convenient as a gas grill... so my next grill will be a Weber gas grill but they're far from cheap.
What's the RRP of this?
spannerzone3 h, 29 m ago

To be honest I'm saving up / waiting for a Weber deal to come along... I …To be honest I'm saving up / waiting for a Weber deal to come along... I did get a charcoal smokey joe Weber but it's nothing as convenient as a gas grill... so my next grill will be a Weber gas grill but they're far from cheap.


That didn't answer their question
spannerzone9 h, 6 m ago

And I've found the complete opposite, both my Outbacks suffered from …And I've found the complete opposite, both my Outbacks suffered from rusted burners after about 3 years rendering then useless. I'd never buy an Outback again...spend more and not chuck it away every couple of years.How long did you own it for before selling?


Did you keep the burner holes clear? You can get replacement burners...
spannerzone4 h, 16 m ago

To be honest I'm saving up / waiting for a Weber deal to come along... I …To be honest I'm saving up / waiting for a Weber deal to come along... I did get a charcoal smokey joe Weber but it's nothing as convenient as a gas grill... so my next grill will be a Weber gas grill but they're far from cheap.


Might as well cook indoors then
Outback 2 burner BBQ owner here. 7 years old, still works like new and still look pretty good. Been using daily for a month and do use it a lot year on year
mr3211 h, 3 m ago

Might as well cook indoors then


Said nobody who has ever used both. Taste is from the burning fat.
stevo61052 h, 58 m ago

That didn't answer their question


No, I can't recommend something I haven't yet bought but I know I won't buy another Outback
steveieboy12 h, 38 m ago

Did you keep the burner holes clear? You can get replacement burners...


Yes, it was cleaned, WD40 sprayed on it over winter. I didn't need to clear the burner holes, the rust sorted that out automatically over time It's a very common occurance, hardly worth replacing the burners as they're about half the price of the new unit and sometimes hard to source. But why bother when it'll rust again in a couple of years.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 8th Jul
mr3212 h, 14 m ago

Might as well cook indoors then


That's you opinion, mine is that gas BBQ's work well and suits me better. There's no right or wrong, it's an opinion.
spannerzone10 h, 47 m ago

Yes, it was cleaned, WD40 sprayed on it over winter. I didn't need to …Yes, it was cleaned, WD40 sprayed on it over winter. I didn't need to clear the burner holes, the rust sorted that out automatically over time It's a very common occurance, hardly worth replacing the burners as they're about half the price of the new unit and sometimes hard to source. But why bother when it'll rust again in a couple of years.



It's made from cast iron so will rust especially if left outside. You need to check before buying a BBQ that you can get a replacement burner as it is a consumable rather than a spare part so buy a spare normally £20-30 when you buy the BBQ as it will get discontinued! Of course with a cheap BBQ it's easier just to get another BBQ. Stainless ones will last a bit longer.
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