Uniflame Classic 60cm American Grill was £101.95 now £81.95 Delivered @ Asda George ( £149 elsewhere)
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Uniflame Classic 60cm American Grill was £101.95 now £81.95 Delivered @ Asda George ( £149 elsewhere)

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Refreshed 18th May (Posted 30th Apr)
Cracking price for this very highly rated Uniflame Classic 60cm American Grill - was £101.95 Delivered & now down to £81.95 Delivered - seems to be £149 elsewhere & comparable at Argos is £96.94

Ideal for larger families or entertaining because of the size.


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Capture the essence, practicality and fun of classic American barbecuing with the Uniflame Classic American Grill. Designed for up to 20 people, it gives you plenty of cooking options with a separate front door for adding more charcoal and the ability to slow cook your food for an authentic taste and flavour. What's more, it includes a warming rack and handy side shelf shelves for your utensils.

• 2,365cm2 cooking surface
• Hardwearing, easier-clean porcelain enamel cooking grill
• Warming rack
• Hinged lid
• Height adjustable 4 position charcoal tray for temperature adjustment
• Access door for loading charcoal without disturbing your cooking
• Temperature gauge
• Side shelf
• Base storage shelf
• Removable sliding drawer ash catcher
• Ideal for up to 20 people
• Suitable for use with all types of lump wood, briquette and instant light charcoal


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I have a similar one which I paid a bit more for, the thick grills are grate sorry..
Edited by: "Av5ingh" 30th Apr
Thanks Ordered.
ordered, thanks op.


HOT
(hopefully)
I will never not give this utterly fantastic grill heat.
It's showing up as 79 + 14.95 delivery for me, has the price gone up?
Was looking at this yesterday before buying the Weber master touch. Shame it’s not the 82cm version but I think the discount will continue on these now.

I’m now considering taking the Weber back to B&Q for a full refund as I’ve not even opened box yet and buying on of these style as there half the cost at £79 and you can higher & lower the coals
Edited by: "madmurd" 18th May
dunny0622 m ago

I got one of those from Tesco a few weeks ago and It's fantastic. £80 …I got one of those from Tesco a few weeks ago and It's fantastic. £80 tesco.com/direct/tesco-american-charcoal-grill-bbq-with-cover/667-3953.prd


The Tesco one has a spout on top of the lid, not sure what that's for as i would have thought you'd want to keep the heat in.
Im new to BBQ's but this looks bang on to me.
How to you put the hot coal in the product and does it do a good job as I'm now on verge of taking the Weber Master Touch back for a refund and grabbing one.
dazednconfewsed2nd May

It's showing up as 79 + 14.95 delivery for me, has the price gone up?


Getting the same, taking it up to £93.95.
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madmurd18th May

The Tesco one has a spout on top of the lid, not sure what that's for as i …The Tesco one has a spout on top of the lid, not sure what that's for as i would have thought you'd want to keep the heat in. Im new to BBQ's but this looks bang on to me. How to you put the hot coal in the product and does it do a good job as I'm now on verge of taking the Weber Master Touch back for a refund and grabbing one.




Hi
I am bias towards Weber, you've got a fantastic BBQ there for an amazing price.

I think on a previous thread you mentioned you wanted a BBQ to last. Covered the Weber should last 20+ years!. It comes with a 10 year warranty.

The height adjustment. Or lack of. I find I do most of my cooking 'indirect' with sometimes finish with 'direct' so the lack of height adjustment is not an issue.

The Weber has plenty of accessories like Rotisserie, Pizza oven etc etc to purchase later.
Also Weber cook books, guide.

There is a huge Weber community on YouTube (I listed some on previous thread) so following YouTube recipes is much easier as they are often using the exact same Weber Kettle you have (tend to be USA videos).

The Weber comes with 50+ years of heritage, it's more than just a BBQ. You can cherish it and remember the great times you've had with it.

Simply it's a design icon.


Hope this helps!
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deleted133685718th May

HiI am bias towards Weber, you've got a fantastic BBQ there for an amazing …HiI am bias towards Weber, you've got a fantastic BBQ there for an amazing price.I think on a previous thread you mentioned you wanted a BBQ to last. Covered the Weber should last 20+ years!. It comes with a 10 year warranty.The height adjustment. Or lack of. I find I do most of my cooking 'indirect' with sometimes finish with 'direct' so the lack of height adjustment is not an issue.The Weber has plenty of accessories like Rotisserie, Pizza oven etc etc to purchase later.Also Weber cook books, guide.There is a huge Weber community on YouTube (I listed some on previous thread) so following YouTube recipes is much easier as they are often using the exact same Weber Kettle you have (tend to be USA videos).The Weber comes with 50+ years of heritage, it's more than just a BBQ. You can cherish it and remember the great times you've had with it.Simply it's a design icon.Hope this helps!


Hi thanks

It's nearly double the cost though and I just think it might not be big enough.
For £79 for the Asda one looks a bargain and has really good reviews and slightly bigger than the Webers 57cm at 60cm
I would more than likely only use a BBQ a few times per year through the summer and that's it cover it up again and wouldn't go to the extent of adding extra's like the Rotisserie, Pizza oven etc, the novelty's nice but I wouldn't bother personally.
I'll be looking for a cover to protect the cheaper Asda one or the Weber one if I keep it. Got 45 days to make my mind.
Yes the Weber brand name is a good make in the world of BBQ's and I'm sure it not a bad product.
The 10 year is only on the lid from what I've read.
Was hoping the bigger 82cm version of the Asda one get's reduced.
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madmurd18th May

Hi thanksIt's nearly double the cost though and I just think it might not …Hi thanksIt's nearly double the cost though and I just think it might not be big enough. For £79 for the Asda one looks a bargain and has really good reviews and slightly bigger than the Webers 57cm at 60cmI would more than likely only use a BBQ a few times per year through the summer and that's it cover it up again and wouldn't go to the extent of adding extra's like the Rotisserie, Pizza oven etc, the novelty's nice but I wouldn't bother personally. I'll be looking for a cover to protect the cheaper Asda one or the Weber one if I keep it. Got 45 days to make my mind. Yes the Weber brand name is a good make in the world of BBQ's and I'm sure it not a bad product. The 10 year is only on the lid from what I've read. Was hoping the bigger 82cm version of the Asda one get's reduced.




Hi
The warranty is
  • Bowl, Lid, and Centre Ring – 10 years no rust through/burn through
If you bought from B&Q Chester. If you're not far pop into Gordale Nursery, they are main Weber agents. I bought my first Weber there, not been in a while. May help make your mind up. Grill size etc.
Cheers
deleted133685718th May

HiThe warranty is Bowl, Lid, and Centre Ring – 10 years no rust t …HiThe warranty is Bowl, Lid, and Centre Ring – 10 years no rust through/burn throughIf you bought from B&Q Chester. If you're not far pop into Gordale Nursery, they are main Weber agents. I bought my first Weber there, not been in a while. May help make your mind up. Grill size etc.Cheers


How many can the Weber cook for at once as it dont look a big BBQ, Still swaying towards the cheaper one at the min not sure. Wouldnt pay for delivery though if they have one in store to collect its a deal at £79 other than that no chance
Edited by: "madmurd" 18th May
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madmurd18th May

How many can the Weber cook for at once as it dont look a big BBQ, Still …How many can the Weber cook for at once as it dont look a big BBQ, Still swaying towards the cheaper one at the min not sure. Wouldnt pay for delivery though if they have one in store to collect its a deal at £79 other than that no chance



madmurd18th May

How many can the Weber cook for at once as it dont look a big BBQ, Still …How many can the Weber cook for at once as it dont look a big BBQ, Still swaying towards the cheaper one at the min not sure. Wouldnt pay for delivery though if they have one in store to collect its a deal at £79 other than that no chance




Really depends on what you are cooking.

This video demonstrates wings with the 'vortex' method (Vortex available Amazon)



So 60 wings with sides, don't know 10 people?
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 18th May
deleted133685718th May

Really depends on what you are cooking.This video demonstrates wings with …Really depends on what you are cooking.This video demonstrates wings with the 'vortex' method (Vortex available Amazon)[Video] So 60 wings with sides, don't know 10 people?


Never herd of it as I've never bothered with BBQ's before
Burgers, Sausage, Steaks & chicken etc. Them wings do look well
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madmurd18th May

Never herd of it as I've never bothered with BBQ's before Burgers, …Never herd of it as I've never bothered with BBQ's before Burgers, Sausage, Steaks & chicken etc. Them wings do look well



How many are you cooking for?
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How many are you cooking for?


Minimum of 8 I think. Just like the look of the other one at Asda and it's cheaper
Not sure how the front hatch will be useful on this tho. Does this have a ash collector
madmurd18th May

The Tesco one has a spout on top of the lid, not sure what that's for as i …The Tesco one has a spout on top of the lid, not sure what that's for as i would have thought you'd want to keep the heat in. Im new to BBQ's but this looks bang on to me. How to you put the hot coal in the product and does it do a good job as I'm now on verge of taking the Weber Master Touch back for a refund and grabbing one.


The sprout in the top has a lid to keep smoke in or let it out and if you want to add more charcoal there's catch on the front to open and put an in.its really good bbq and worth the money. I thought the one on here was the same but slightly different.
dunny0618th May

The sprout in the top has a lid to keep smoke in or let it out and if you …The sprout in the top has a lid to keep smoke in or let it out and if you want to add more charcoal there's catch on the front to open and put an in.its really good bbq and worth the money. I thought the one on here was the same but slightly different.


mm could be a mission trying to get hot coals back in the BBQ, could end up with fingers rougher than a brick layer
Anyone actually used one of these compared to Weber master touch
Just had a look at the bigger version at 82cm. Don’t look that bad apart from were you site the hot coals its made out of the thinnest metal going and the coals will maybe burn through in time. Not sure what it’s like to get parts for something like this from Asda probably a nightmare if they even have parts.
Apart from that it isn’t that bad. Only had the bigger one in my local £149 so kept hold of the Weber.
Edited by: "madmurd" 18th May
I'm getting charged £14.95 del
Anybody help?
Well managed to view this size in another store and if i'm honest think I'll stick with Weber.
Wasn't impressed at all with the Uniflame at this smaller size of 60cm, the hot tray was flimsy and didnt cover the whole cooking area, the bigger 82cm was better.

No I can see were the quality and money goes with the Weber
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madmurd18th May

Well managed to view this size in another store and if i'm honest think …Well managed to view this size in another store and if i'm honest think I'll stick with Weber. Wasn't impressed at all with the Uniflame at this smaller size of 60cm, the hot tray was flimsy and didnt cover the whole cooking area, the bigger 82cm was better.No I can see were the quality and money goes with the Weber




Just a few tips:

Practice before hand.
Use Weber Brickets and Chimney starter. They will give better results and burn for 3 hours, top-up as needed
These are excellent, I find 3 are best for a full Chimney starter

The Original Burner Firelighters - Barrel of 100 amazon.co.uk/dp/…WQ5

Watch YouTube videos
Use 'indirect' and 'direct' method
Temperature probe esp. chicken (165°+ internal) before serving. Clean probe to avoid cross contamination
Use good quality food, from a butcher preferred
Consider a large parosole to cover Weber, if raining on day

Also highly recommend this to keep the grill clean:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…FCT

Most of all have a great time!
Cheers
Edited by: "deleted1336857" 19th May
deleted133685719th May

Just a few tips:Practice before hand.Use Weber Brickets and Chimney …Just a few tips:Practice before hand.Use Weber Brickets and Chimney starter. They will give better results and burn for 3 hours, top-up as neededThese are excellent, I find 3 are best for a full Chimney starterThe Original Burner Firelighters - Barrel of 100 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B007N3M83Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Jz8.AbMRB4WQ5Watch YouTube videosUse 'indirect' and 'direct' methodTemperature probe esp. chicken (165°+ internal) before serving. Clean probe to avoid cross contaminationUse good quality food, from a butcher preferredConsider a large parosole to cover Weber, if raining on dayAlso highly recommend this to keep the grill clean:https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01I942ODY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qM8.AbZ60NFCTMost of all have a great time!Cheers


Nice one cheers, was wondering what charcoal to use as there’s loads of different kinds, was just going to grab a bag from Asda or somewhere
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madmurd19th May

Nice one cheers, was wondering what charcoal to use as there’s loads of d …Nice one cheers, was wondering what charcoal to use as there’s loads of different kinds, was just going to grab a bag from Asda or somewhere




Weber Brickets will give far better results. £20 for 8KG burn longer. Avoid supermarket Brickets.
Cheers!
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