Weber® Compact 47cm Charcoal BBQ Black £69.99 includes next day delivery @ BBQ World
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Weber® Compact 47cm Charcoal BBQ Black £69.99 includes next day delivery @ BBQ World

£69.99£76.999%BBQ World Deals
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Posted 17th Jun
As above.

Price appears to be good compared to elsewhere

10 year warranty.

The Weber® Compact 47cm kettle barbecue truly lives up to it’s name being designed for all of those who are limited on outdoor space making it a really good option for balconies, smaller outdoor living areas or easier portability when on the move making a perfect go anywhere barbecue for charcoal grilling wherever, and whenever, your adventures may take you without taking up too much storage space at home.

The well designed and well thought out simplicity of the Weber® Compact 47cm makes an extremely durable and easy to live with barbecue that makes it an ideal choice as a first quality barbecue purchase that does not take any short cuts with Weber®’s reputation as a manufacturer of premier grade charcoal barbecues having the same build quality as well many features that are found throughout Weber’s ranges.

In spite of the compact name and nature the Weber® Compact 47cm still gives a 1735cm cooking area on it’s triple-plated cooking grate making it plenty big enough for four adults to happily grill wherever they may be though the shallower bowl, to reduce overall bulk, reduces the indirect cooking options, for roasting or baking on the barbecue, when compared to some other Weber® charcoal barbecues such as the Original Kettle™, or Master-Touch™.

The extremely durable porcelain-enamelled bowl and lid have two weather-proof handles with the lid handles having a protective heat shield to protect the hand lifting the lid from the kettle when checking that state of the food on the grill. The lid also contains rust-proof aluminium lid vents which, along with the rust-proof vent at the base of the bowl, provides the proper air flow for perfect barbecuing.

The easy to clean Weber® Compact 47cm has a rust-proof aluminium ash catcher sitting just below the bowl between the three legs ready to catch any ash and embers that fall through the base air vent in use, or during cleaning, helping minimise burn or scorch marks to the surface below the barbecue.

Underneath the rust- proof aluminium ash catcher there is located a useful triangular shaped tray ideal for storing food or utensils that need to be accessed rapidly or frequently when the barbecue is in use at the sides of which are two crack-proof all weather wheels helping to move the Weber Compact 47cm to and from that ideal barbecuing spot.

To help get the best out of the Weber® Compact 47cm Weber produce a huge range of accessories to help widen and simplify the grilling experience with well designed and simple to use items from chimney starters, covers, utensils, cleaning brushes and briquettes all the way to meat thermometers, burger and slider presses and cookbooks.

The Weber® Compact 47cm is a great first barbecue and at a great price as well........
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47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of you. When I have bbq and got 5+ people over it takes too long to cook everything so had to buy an outdoor wood burning oven to accompany it.

Go 57cm avoid this unless you never have company over.
deskata758517/06/2019 21:43

£22https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F142848314460


It's like comparing a Focus to a Ferrari.. Buy cheap, buy twice...
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Wow!!! Nice deal @PennyTrader
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Edited by: "apur32" 17th Jun
This is the compact version, which is normally £79. Would be all over this if it was the original version
47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of you. When I have bbq and got 5+ people over it takes too long to cook everything so had to buy an outdoor wood burning oven to accompany it.

Go 57cm avoid this unless you never have company over.
£20.95 similar bbq
deskata758517/06/2019 21:43

£22https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F142848314460


It's like comparing a Focus to a Ferrari.. Buy cheap, buy twice...
I purchased this month's ago. Still not had a decent days weather to use it
Sonny_A17/06/2019 21:20

47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of …47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of you. When I have bbq and got 5+ people over it takes too long to cook everything so had to buy an outdoor wood burning oven to accompany it.Go 57cm avoid this unless you never have company over.


Definitely. Even for 3 people my 57cm master touch can seem small at times!
Sonny_A17/06/2019 21:20

47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of …47cm is very small. Go 57cm you will regret buying this unless only 2-3 of you. When I have bbq and got 5+ people over it takes too long to cook everything so had to buy an outdoor wood burning oven to accompany it.Go 57cm avoid this unless you never have company over.


Good for Billy no mates
I have had this BBQ for 3 years now from the same retailer, very impressed with the BBQ and also BBQ world, I can't remember the discount at the time but got it at a similar price.
As others have said 47cm is a bit on the small side, ok for a family of 2-4 people but if your entertaining/having a party you will need to be prepared to cook food in batches - thats no great issue as people don't eat everything in one go anyway but it does mean whoever is doing the BBQ work will be constantly on the go. The upside is it takes up less space if your storing it in a shed or similar over winter....
What type of charcole is best here?
Fingers crossed for actually using it this 'summer'
Sam_McCausland18/06/2019 11:38

What type of charcole is best here?


Big K 15kg Dura Restaurant Grade Charcoal (ACH15)
ebay.co.uk/itm…966

  • 100% natural White Quebracho restaurant grade lumpwood charcoal
  • Long lasting, with a cooking time of over 3 hours
  • Authorised for use in smoke control areas, burns with no smoke
  • Ready to cook within 30 minutes
  • Easy to light and burns to a white ash for a consistent high heat output
  • Suitable for all types of home and professional barbecuing

Binchō-tan Japanese charcoal is the best but good luck being able to afford this
Heat! Will it tow behind my caravan??
Buy a chimney starter to go with this to avoid all the hassle of starting charcoal.

I can vouch for that 10 year warranty, proof of purchase and photo of problem and they will sort it out. I claimed after 7.

Finally consider a step up grill if you think you might occasionally need more space.
I bought a exact looking one from Lidl not so long ago , it cost me £20
XNET18/06/2019 15:55

I bought a exact looking one from Lidl not so long ago , it cost me £20



.....and you’ll be buying another in not so long too!!

A Weber will last, your Lidl one WILL rust.
Edited by: "england1996" 18th Jun
I got this last year for our caravan and have had the best bbq’s from it I’ve ever had. As others have said perfect for family of 4 and use a charcoal starter. They are built to last.
Those people comparing Weber to £20 bbq’s have never owned a weber before. They are outstanding... so good you don’t even need a cover on them! Built to last.. ditched my gas bbq and went with a 57cm master touch ltd and it’s a beast!
Agree with comments about quality - We have identical webber (possibly slightly larger size), it lives in the garden 24x7 (uncovered) and still looks perfect.

It is 17 Years old! I can safely say this is the best BBQ I have ever owned! (it's the only BBQ I have ever owned )
Thanks for posting @PennyTrader we have added this to today's Highlights page
Quality BBQ and durable, mine been outside with no cover for around 12 months and still in great condition with no rust
Bought the original 47 in Homebase for £65.
WrexTheDragon18/06/2019 21:53

Bought the original 47 in Homebase for £65.


What’s the difference if any seeing as both are 47cm ?
Have had my 57cm for at least 10 years. Quality build from Weber. Recommend!
XNET18/06/2019 15:55

I bought a exact looking one from Lidl not so long ago , it cost me £20


No you didn't.
gg1pl18/06/2019 12:32

Binchō-tan Japanese charcoal is the best but good luck being able to …Binchō-tan Japanese charcoal is the best but good luck being able to afford this


Carbon footprint is too high...
Sam_McCausland18/06/2019 11:38

What type of charcole is best here?


Weber briquettes or heat beads briquettes if you can find them. Both provide heat for a long period of time and don’t impart horrible odours or tastes to your food.
PennyTrader18/06/2019 22:25

What’s the difference if any seeing as both are 47cm ?


The original had a thermometer built into the lid.
A lot of people dont know that charcoal barbecues are worse than gas ones. As the smoke contains a high level of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) which is carcinogenic. Can cause cancer.

As charcoal is far more smoky than gas then its pumping out higher levels.
Even if you wear a mask PAHs are probably absorbed through your skin and your stomach as its on the surfaces of the meat. Thats why they say over cooking food like meat or roast potatoes etc isnt good for you.

I dont think the tiny airborne particles of charcoal would be good for the lungs either esp developing ones, with childrens mouths being closer to the grill they might be breathing in more particles.

Keep children, esp babies well away from any kind of barbecue.

Here endith the safety lesson.
This is a bad buy.
Compact is to be avoided, and 47cm is also a poor choice.
PennyTrader18/06/2019 22:25

What’s the difference if any seeing as both are 47cm ?


The original has a proper deep bowl, this one has a shallow bowl and shallow lid. Rubbish.
Edited by: "dudedude" 19th Jun
dudedude19/06/2019 16:14

The original has a proper deep bowl, this one has a shallow bowl and …The original has a proper deep bowl, this one has a shallow bowl and shallow lid. Rubbish.


meh' and yet the reviews everywhere for this compact version are 10/10
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 19th Jun
Who even likes hosting BBQs anyway and cleaning up afterwards?
Thank you OP, I have just ordered one, hopefully I will get to fire it up on Saturday!
The exact same item is on Amazon for £115. Please not this is the ‘Compact 47cm’ there is an ‘Original 47cm’ from Weber too.
This one is the perfect size for me and I can confirm the build quality is amazing as I have owned their BBQs before.
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