WEBER Kettle Charcoal BBQ 47cm Free Rapidfire Chimney Starter Set Delivered Free @ WEBER - £79.99
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WEBER Kettle Charcoal BBQ 47cm Free Rapidfire Chimney Starter Set Delivered Free @ WEBER - £79.99

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Found 12th Jul
Compact Kettle Charcoal Barbecue 47cm
Black
Whether sizzling hot dogs, assembling unique skewers, or roasting tender chops. It starts with taking the first step, and opening up a world of barbecuing with the Compact charcoal barbecue. Discover the taste that you’ll soon be longing for.

Special offer: Get a free Rapidfire Chimney Starter Set* with any charcoal barbecue or Smokey Mountain Cooker purchased between 5th July-31st August. Lighting your barbecue has never been easier.*While stocks last. T&C

WEBER Chimney RRP £19.99 HERE
WEBER CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES RRP £12.99 HERE
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Ahhh yes, the Chimney starter, twisted Chimney Star-ta
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 12th Jul
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Ahhh yes, the Chimney starter, twisted Chimney Star-ta
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 12th Jul
chuf1 h, 9 m ago

Think This is the same but …Think This is the same but cheaper...https://www.bbqworld.co.uk/m/weber-barbecues/charcoal/weber-compact-47cm-charcoal-bbq-black.asp



Although that store suggests the free chimney only comes with the 57cm models. If you scroll down there's a deal with chimney and a cover (not Weber branded) for £81.99 which might be a better deal for some though.
KendallC1 h, 8 m ago

Although that store suggests the free chimney only comes with the 57cm …Although that store suggests the free chimney only comes with the 57cm models. If you scroll down there's a deal with chimney and a cover (not Weber branded) for £81.99 which might be a better deal for some though.


On the listing it clearly states a chimney kit comes with the 47cm bbq:

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Ross_8737 m ago

On the listing it clearly states a chimney kit comes with the 47cm …On the listing it clearly states a chimney kit comes with the 47cm bbq:[Image]


Well spotted!
I've seen this cheaper at other retailers
Keiron242 m ago

I've seen this cheaper at other retailers


Which retailers?
I got a 58cm kettle BBQ from Asda for £39 and it is excellent. Check online if none in-store.
Edited by: "Mikeonfreeserve" 13th Jul
stevo61057 h, 3 m ago

Which retailers?


BBQ world like others have said. I thought I had seen it cheaper at Homebase but I was incorrect
Mikeonfreeserve2 h, 0 m ago

I got a 58cm kettle BBQ from Asda for £39 and it is excellent. Check …I got a 58cm kettle BBQ from Asda for £39 and it is excellent. Check online if none in-store.


Webers are built for regular use and last years. Mine is about six years old and lives outside year round and still looks like new, if you enjoy BBQ's and will use it regularly buy a Weber and you wont regret it!
bought same bbq for 15in asda last year. without "free" additions
niklosh1 h, 47 m ago

bought same bbq for 15in asda last year. without "free" additions


What Weber?
niklosh2 h, 8 m ago

bought same bbq for 15in asda last year. without "free" additions


False.
Weber BBQs are fantastic, as others say you can leave these out all year round and they don't rust
I got fed up of buying £20-£40 Asda ones and replacing them every year or two.
Had my Weber 47cm for just over 2 years now and its been great, surviving 2 winters no problem. I also bought the same chimney fire starter that you get in this deal, gets the BBQ going much quicker.
Fab deal.
abdi123463 h, 15 m ago

What Weber?



I highly doubt it at that price from Asda! To be fair, it's understandable that to the untrained eye/novice all kettle BBQ's look to be much the same thing in various different sizes. I bought a basic Weber 57 kettle at a deal price to see what all the fuss was about but if I'd have known just how well made they are and was aware it was going to still look almost new 8 years later, I think I would have bought one of the higher spec models with handy features as I think it's going to be many many years before my one needs replacing.
Does anybody know if weber makes a kettle/ lid bbq with a height adjustable grid (it just makes soo much more sense)? After 9 years of v.heavy use, my £30 Robert Dyas square bbq (makes soo much more sense), with 4 easy-adjust height settings... is about to lose its floor. Problem is, nobody in UK seems to stock these adjustable types any more.
A tip to those who want similar long service from their cheap bbq. Water is your biggest enemy. When in regular summer use. Cover/ tarp/ lean-to or garage it.
When storing for winter (mine survived 9 years under a lean-to). Hose it down and allow to dry very thoroughly. Take an old paint brush and pinch half a bottle of cooking oil from the kitchen. Paint a good coat of oil on both inside and outside, paying particular attention to the bottom half (which is always first to rust). Cover and keep dry... winter protection sorted. First bbq of season may take 5 minutes for excess smoke to subside.
PS Do same for your chimney starter to double its life
Edited by: "bushman" 13th Jul
bushman2 h, 42 m ago

Does anybody know if weber makes a kettle/ lid bbq with a height …Does anybody know if weber makes a kettle/ lid bbq with a height adjustable grid (it just makes soo much more sense)? After 9 years of v.heavy use, my £30 Robert Dyas square bbq (makes soo much more sense), with 4 easy-adjust height settings... is about to lose its floor. Problem is, nobody in UK seems to stock these adjustable types any more.A tip to those who want similar long service from their cheap bbq. Water is your biggest enemy. When in regular summer use. Cover/ tarp/ lean-to or garage it.When storing for winter (mine survived 9 years under a lean-to). Hose it down and allow to dry very thoroughly. Take an old paint brush and pinch half a bottle of cooking oil from the kitchen. Paint a good coat of oil on both inside and outside, paying particular attention to the bottom half (which is always first to rust). Cover and keep dry... winter protection sorted. First bbq of season may take 5 minutes for excess smoke to subside.PS Do same for your chimney starter to double its life


If your storing your bbq for winter your doing it wrong
shakerstevens20 h, 40 m ago

Weber BBQs are fantastic, as others say you can leave these out all year …Weber BBQs are fantastic, as others say you can leave these out all year round and they don't rustI got fed up of buying £20-£40 Asda ones and replacing them every year or two.Had my Weber 47cm for just over 2 years now and its been great, surviving 2 winters no problem. I also bought the same chimney fire starter that you get in this deal, gets the BBQ going much quicker.Fab deal.


Problem is 47cm is only big enough for 2-4 people. You really need the 57cm. You also ideally need the model with the temp gauge built in. So now you are talking £250 for the Weber. It's a lot of money for some when they see a cheap one for like £30.

Best bet is to try and buy end of season on sale. But you need a lot of luck. Being in the right place at the right time. I usually get there when they are sold out. You then see them at the start of the season on gumtree for just below full price. Had a woman selling one few months back for £200. I agree though Weber is the one to buy. But the 57cm model is a must. So is the built in temp gauge and ash catcher.
Sonny_A14th Jul

Problem is 47cm is only big enough for 2-4 people. You really need the …Problem is 47cm is only big enough for 2-4 people. You really need the 57cm. You also ideally need the model with the temp gauge built in. So now you are talking £250 for the Weber. It's a lot of money for some when they see a cheap one for like £30.Best bet is to try and buy end of season on sale. But you need a lot of luck. Being in the right place at the right time. I usually get there when they are sold out. You then see them at the start of the season on gumtree for just below full price. Had a woman selling one few months back for £200. I agree though Weber is the one to buy. But the 57cm model is a must. So is the built in temp gauge and ash catcher.


Why do you need the temperature guage - I've always wondered what the advantage is? Is it for using it like an oven?
greggymagic6 h, 49 m ago

Why do you need the temperature guage - I've always wondered what the …Why do you need the temperature guage - I've always wondered what the advantage is? Is it for using it like an oven?



If you're doing fancy stuff like whole chickens or big cuts of meat I guess it comes in handy. Weber suggest you do all cooking with the lid on so I suppose with experience, being able to view the temp at all times will give you an idea of how well things are cooking without having to take the lid off and letting the heat out. Probably not needed for the average British style, sausage, burger and 5 cans of lager BBQ though. Personally I've never felt I needed one but everyone's different.
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