Weber Original Premium 57cm BBQ was £198 now £148.49 @ Go Outdoors
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Weber Original Premium 57cm BBQ was £198 now £148.49 @ Go Outdoors

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Found 17th May 2016
Was looking for a new charcoal BBQ and obviously it had to be a Weber (which are the coca cola of all BBQ'S) the cheapest i found it was at go outdoor who had it reduced from 198 to 164.99 plus there is 10% off which makes it £148.49 which is by far the cheapest i have find this model.
also bought the vinyl cover for it which was reduced to £15 minus 10% so £13.50 #bargain
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Good price. Does anyone know how much it is in costco?
Cover is complete pap, open it carefully so you can take it back if you agree.

Quality BBQ though
yes i am a bit wary of the cover but for 13 quid u cant go to far wrong.
Just throw my two pence worth in here... Fantastic BBQ, I got the 57cm MasterTouch version (has a few extra features) and it is a fantastic BBQ, cooks food evenly and the smoke flavour is fantastic on homemade pattie burgers. In regards to the vinyl cover, it is rubbish, and last around 2 months last year for me, but Weber actually replaced it free of charge for me, with the deluxe all weather one which is about £50, because there is a known manufacturing issue with the cheaper cover (ingredients in the plastic apparently). Hope that helps with any potential buyers out there.
Good deal. I haven't seen the Weber in Costco but their version of it is £74.89 here

their cover which should fit both grills is £12.99 here m.costco.co.uk/vie…489
Bargain. Bought mine for £180. It's really good bbq. Well worth the getting for that price
How many people can you comfortably cook for on a BBQ this size?
this is the one!
You can also slow cook/smoke on these very well
I prefer pepsi, so Ill have to pass...

Like the look of the costco one though... bargain!
Edited by: "DrHotUK" 18th May 2016
Looks like the discount code ended yesterday unfortunately
i'll probably get shot down here, but I bought mine end of season last year for £55 from B&Q
merkin51

How many people can you comfortably cook for on a BBQ this size?


I reckon 5 to 6 adults comfortably. I have cooked for a party of 15 on one before now though with a little forward planning. They are very roomy but you don't usually have the whole coal area filled. It's best to leave a space to shuffle food to if you get to many flames.
These are fantastic. I have had mine for years and still going strong. I wouldn't recommend the Weber BBQ cover though. Mine got all crispy and fell apart after one summer.
OrangeAgent

i'll probably get shot down here, but I bought mine end of season last … i'll probably get shot down here, but I bought mine end of season last year for £55 from B&Q



​Wasn't it the 47cm for 55? I think the 57cm was around the 80 quid mark. Guess this is a good price for start of season but I don't think I'd pay that much extra just for sake of 4 months when the prices will drop again.
My bad, this is the premium which is the one touch but with the ash catcher. Not sure how much the ash catcher is these days but a previous deal quoted a deal for 20 quid which makes the one touch into a premium.

Also looks like there was some 57cm for £40 but I remember it being a store specific deal, my local only dropped the 47cm to £40.
Very good price, can't go wrong with Weber... have a few variations
https://c6.staticflickr.com/4/3566/3420134165_b7130d16fe_m.jpg
Anyone else noticed the weber briquettes are now sold in 8kg packs compared to last years 10kg for the same price and they also last an hour less (last year 4 hours this year 3 hours) they also seem smaller than last years??!!??
Edited by: "utopiangames" 18th May 2016
+ £5 for a dumb membership card!
ritz123

it had to be a Weber (which are the coca cola of all BBQ'S)


Nobody else perplexed by this statement?
I'm interested why Weber charcoal BBQs are so well thought of. I can understand a gas BBQ as there is a lot more to it, but can't see why getting a Weber for a simple charcoal BBQ is worth the money?

I'm not having a go, would genuinely like to know why they are so good. THanks.
honeymonster86

I'm interested why Weber charcoal BBQs are so well thought of. I can … I'm interested why Weber charcoal BBQs are so well thought of. I can understand a gas BBQ as there is a lot more to it, but can't see why getting a Weber for a simple charcoal BBQ is worth the money?I'm not having a go, would genuinely like to know why they are so good. THanks.



Bought ours in 1992. Still usable for the one day a year that its warm enough to drag it out from the carport and incinerate a few drumsticks. Have also used it once also to roast a chicken (beer can inserted) which was fun.
HotDealKev

Bought ours in 1992. Still usable for the one day a year that its warm … Bought ours in 1992. Still usable for the one day a year that its warm enough to drag it out from the carport and incinerate a few drumsticks. Have also used it once also to roast a chicken (beer can inserted) which was fun.



Haha, thanks. So is it more just that they are good quality and they last a long time more than any particularly functional reason?
ritz123

yes i am a bit wary of the cover but for 13 quid u cant go to far wrong.


How did you get the extra 10% off?
thanks
honeymonster86

Haha, thanks. So is it more just that they are good quality and they last … Haha, thanks. So is it more just that they are good quality and they last a long time more than any particularly functional reason?



I think one BBQ is much the same as another. Ours is the basic 57cm without the ash collector this one has. I am not experienced enough with other types to say that these are any better at cooking than others. Once you've lit the coals I think it comes down more to what you are grilling and how rather than what you are doing it on.

I can at least confirm you don't need to replace these every summer!
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HotDealKev

I think one BBQ is much the same as another. Ours is the basic 57cm … I think one BBQ is much the same as another. Ours is the basic 57cm without the ash collector this one has. I am not experienced enough with other types to say that these are any better at cooking than others. Once you've lit the coals I think it comes down more to what you are grilling and how rather than what you are doing it on. I can at least confirm you don't need to replace these every summer!



using the discount code in store
Can it be used in a rain?
ritz123

using the discount code in store



Eh?oO
rockmoon

Can it be used in a rain?



Yes you can use it "in a rain".

You will get wet.
HotDealKev

Eh?oO


sorry replied to the wrong person
shakerstevens

How did you get the extra 10% off?thanks


using 10% discount code instore
honeymonster86

I'm interested why Weber charcoal BBQs are so well thought of. I can … I'm interested why Weber charcoal BBQs are so well thought of. I can understand a gas BBQ as there is a lot more to it, but can't see why getting a Weber for a simple charcoal BBQ is worth the money?I'm not having a go, would genuinely like to know why they are so good. THanks.



They will last years, even if left outside in the elements without a cover. Compared to other 57cm which I've friends use, solid standing BBQs, the lid seals a lot better, so if you have a flare up, close the lid and it will be out in seconds with a Weber. Cheapo ones, will continue to flare, paint may peel off and it will experience rust. It is worth the money getting a Weber IMO.
Edited by: "RFC1795" 18th May 2016
there's no 10% off code any more and its not available for home delivery
ritz123

using 10% discount code instore


thank you
alittleleftbehind

Good deal. I haven't seen the Weber in Costco but their version of it is … Good deal. I haven't seen the Weber in Costco but their version of it is £74.89 heretheir cover which should fit both grills is £12.99 here http://m.costco.co.uk/view/p/gardman-kettle-barbecue-cover-model-38670-187489



Costco has this version in the MK store for £164. I nearly bought one but decided on the mastertouch version for £185 in the end.
RFC1795

They will last years, even if left outside in the elements without a … They will last years, even if left outside in the elements without a cover. Compared to other 57cm which I've friends use, solid standing BBQs, the lid seals a lot better, so if you have a flare up, close the lid and it will be out in seconds with a Weber. Cheapo ones, will continue to flare, paint may peel off and it will experience rust. It is worth the money getting a Weber IMO.


Very helpful thank you
I got a Landmann down 75% from £130 in Tesco end of season clearance in 2014. Despite what I think is good care, the thing has rusted badly already and despite a supposedly long warranty they didn't want to know, so I'm seriously considering a weber, but may wait a couple of months until the end of season sales seem to remember B&Q & Tesco doing some very heavy discounts
rockmoon

Can it be used in a rain?

Yes , I have also cooked with one of these in the snow before, very versatile.
After reading all the comments I ended up taking a punt on this: http://www.tesco.com/direct/outback-57cm-red-charcoal-kettle-bbq/630-7814.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=630-7814

Main reason being its available on clubcard boost & thus cost me £0. I will report back in 5-25yrs on its performance, level of rust & if it's transformed my life. Over & out.
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