Sunjoy Laurentin Aluminium 2.3 x 1.7m Grilling Gazebo - £359.99 - InStore COSTCO
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Sunjoy Laurentin Aluminium 2.3 x 1.7m Grilling Gazebo - £359.99 - InStore COSTCO

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Found 14th Jun 2015
This probably will not be up everyone's street but I think this is a great product and currently at a great price. Selling on Amazon and eBay for around £700 (no way worth that much) and on-line at Costco for £549.99 but they have reduced the price of stock in-store to £359.99 (from £479.99 I think). The box is big and very heavy so you might have problems getting it home and I know this deal is limited to COSTCO Members only but worth picking up if you can and you BBQ a lot.

Spec:

This elegant Sunjoy Laurentin Aluminium Grilling Gazebo is perfect for creating a sheltered spot for your BBQ or firepit. Constructed from aluminium and steel with a durable bronze coloured powder coated finish, the gazebo is sturdy and able to withstand the elements. The structurally integrated roof panels provide durability and ease of construction, while the upper roof has a covered opening to allow for wind and BBQ smoke to escape.

The two porcelain tile side shelves are perfect for holding condiments, crockery or utensils and can be adjusted to 3 different heights. This easy to assemble gazebo is a perfect multi-purpose structure for dining and entertaining.

Aluminium and steel frame construction
Durable powder coated finish resists rust, corrosion and chipping
Dark bronze coloured posts and roof
Structurally integrated roof panels for durability and ease of construction
Upper roof has covered opening to allow wind and BBQ smoke to escape
Two adjustable porcelain tile shelves with adjustable heights at 86, 91 or 106cm
Resists wind up to 39mph when firmly anchored to the ground using stakes
Resists wind up to 47mph when firmly anchored using expansion bolts into a suitable concrete base
Roof can withstand up to 80kg weight load
For outdoor use only
Maximum load for the centre hook: 39.9 kg
Assembly time: 2 people approx. 3 hours
Weight: 133.8 kg
Entry headroom: 213.4 cm
Internal clearance: 268.2 cm
Assembled dimensions: H 283.5 x W 235.0 x D 173.7 cm

N.B The Gazebo must be assembled on a flat level surface and be attached to the ground using the supplied anchors, bolts, and stakes.
- See more at: costco.co.uk/vie…493

24 Comments

Pay a bit more and u can have a summer house instead.

Pay a bit more still and have a house

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admando

Pay a bit more still and have a house


Yeh, tried BBQ'ing in there last year and the wife still hasn't forgiven me...(_;)

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Not sure why this is going cold, it seems a blinding deal to me. Not sure you can buy one of these cheaper... I know you can buy cheaper alternatives but the quality of these is superb; should last years and years.

patti

Pay a bit more and u can have a summer house instead.

bbq in a summer house. idiot

not bad but it's plastic and not that big

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royals

not bad but it's plastic and not that big


It's a Sunjoy Laurentin Aluminium Grilling Gazebo so guess you are probably correct...oO

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royals

bbq in a summer house. idiot


Haha

royals

bbq in a summer house. idiot


Well i cant be the only idiot as its now - 29%
Not everybody on this web site is loaded and can afford to pay £359.00 just to have a roof over a BBQ !

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patti

Well i cant be the only idiot as its now - 29% Not everybody on this web … Well i cant be the only idiot as its now - 29% Not everybody on this web site is loaded and can afford to pay £359.00 just to have a roof over a BBQ !


You don't sound like an idiot but perhaps a bit bitter...oO As it happens, this happens to be my 50th B'Day present and I suspect that comes down to personal choice. If the family had a bit more cash I would have gone for a £1300 option of a 5m x 5m option but there you go, just got to live within my means.

I've just seen this in Costco SweatySock and your are absolutely right! The quality is lovely and it is a real bargain, trust me I have scanned the web. So glad I saw your post. Thanks !

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Reet26

I've just seen this in Costco SweatySock and your are absolutely right! … I've just seen this in Costco SweatySock and your are absolutely right! The quality is lovely and it is a real bargain, trust me I have scanned the web. So glad I saw your post. Thanks !



No problem, glad I could help someone. I think a lot of people are voting cold on the principle of £360 for a BBQ cover but personally I still believe that given the quality and look, this is a bargain at the price. I know it is not for everyone but am surprised it is so cold.

Great product...just bought in Costco for £180!!!!

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ipf

Great product...just bought in Costco for £180!!!!


Bargain, I assume that was for the display one? Wish I saw it at that price...

I've just been back to Costco and only had display model left so managed to get for £199 plus vat.... Result!!! I'm well happy :-)

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Reet26

I've just been back to Costco and only had display model left so managed … I've just been back to Costco and only had display model left so managed to get for £199 plus vat.... Result!!! I'm well happy :-)


Bargain, well done. Don't try to install on your own... Took me a week!

Ha ha.. SweatySock. As I've bought display only tonight they need to take it down yet. I've asked them to just take roof off and to keep sides together too so hopefully not that hard! But hey we'll see???

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Reet26

Ha ha.. SweatySock. As I've bought display only tonight they need to take … Ha ha.. SweatySock. As I've bought display only tonight they need to take it down yet. I've asked them to just take roof off and to keep sides together too so hopefully not that hard! But hey we'll see???


Your problem comes trying to hold both ends and getting the side bars on... After that it's pretty straight forward m(kind of...).

Yes get what you mean. I've asked them to keep them connected so It should be ok?
Thanks for that :-)

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Reet26

Yes get what you mean. I've asked them to keep them connected so It … Yes get what you mean. I've asked them to keep them connected so It should be ok? Thanks for that :-)


You'll be fine. Do you mind me asking how you are getting it back? If you keep both ends made up, that's quite large to fit in the back of a van...

I'm trying to get someone with a large open back vehicle but I'm stuggling. May end up having to dismantle :-(

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Reet26

I'm trying to get someone with a large open back vehicle but I'm … I'm trying to get someone with a large open back vehicle but I'm stuggling. May end up having to dismantle :-(


To be honest, it's not that big a deal. I put both end sections together (minus the shelves), that bit was easy. I then got my daughter to hold one end upright while I stood on some steps holding the other end. I slotted in one of the long top bars, held with a single bolt then moved back to the end my daughter was holding. Won't be that much extra effort for you.

Got someone with a massive van so shouldn't need to dismantle now but thanks for info!

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Reet26

Got someone with a massive van so shouldn't need to dismantle now but … Got someone with a massive van so shouldn't need to dismantle now but thanks for info!


No worries and good luck. You will enjoy it once it's up.
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