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Weber Rapidfire chimney starter at B&Q £9!
Weber Rapidfire chimney starter at B&Q £9!

Weber Rapidfire chimney starter at B&Q £9!

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These were posted last week at £10 I bought one and used it. Well worth the money especially now at £9 for anyone who missed it.

Ring your local branch to confirm stock product code is 0077924073939.

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Great item I was lucky enough to buy one of these from Argos a short while ago for £4.75. Great addition to the BBQ setup, easy to use and keeps the mess down. IMO still worth the B&Q price of £9:00.

The Peterborough store had the kit version of these, chimney starter, 2kg of charcoal and fire lighters for £14. None of the £9 ones though.

Any idea how much the Starter kits are ?

It's far easier & cheaper to light these with scrunched up newspaper than to use firelighters, BUT it gets VERY smoky for around 10 mins, best to light it & close all nearby Windows & remove any washing on the line.

What's the normal price of these?
Suggests £12 odd

loofer

What's the normal price of these?Suggests £12 odd


Usually about £17

Having looked at the photo my cheap non-branded one is easiwr to use as I can more easily put small sticks through the bigger holes that it has at the bottom. So far my cheap one has lasted over 3 years.

Have to admit the Webber one looks better though...

heat! you need one of these if you bbq with charcoal or briquettes!

weber ones are more robust than most. I have the Homebase one also, but it's not going to last and has an inferior false bottom. Beauty with this one is that you can turn it upside down and use it for a small batch of coal

Satty1981

It's far easier & cheaper to light these with scrunched up newspaper than … It's far easier & cheaper to light these with scrunched up newspaper than to use firelighters, BUT it gets VERY smoky for around 10 mins, best to light it & close all nearby Windows & remove any washing on the line.

That happened with me and I removed some coal from the top and the smoking cut right down. Maybe best to try adding a bit more coal as it heats up?

Exactly, that is the way to fire it up, use a small amount of charcoal first, light that with a couple of firefighters and
then keep adding to it, limits the amount of smoke.

Brilliant bit of kit and you only need 1 firelighter!

Weber coals are great also, not found anything that comes close yet.
Edited by: "utopiangames" 19th Aug 2016

Just picked one of these up for £5.00 at B&Q Eastwood in clearance.
1 left on shelf.

Just use a heat gun to get the fire going. No stinky kerosine or cancer causing burnt paper smoke

scaryprowler

heat! you need one of these if you bbq with charcoal or briquettes!



Not a need, but most people would benefit I guess. I don't need one at all.

Incidentally, massive advantage on the Weber chimney is the second handle. Makes it much safer to pour.

Added bonus, fantastic for properly crusting up a steak on a bbq - youtu.be/JB1…044

in stock at £9 in sprucefield,lisburn.also the starter set at £14.about 10 on show.

just picked up a starter kit for £13

Satty1981

It's far easier & cheaper to light these with scrunched up newspaper than … It's far easier & cheaper to light these with scrunched up newspaper than to use firelighters, BUT it gets VERY smoky for around 10 mins, best to light it & close all nearby Windows & remove any washing on the line.



The Webber cubes are fantastic.

It's a firesale! How low will they go?

dave7

Just use a heat gun to get the fire going. No stinky kerosine or cancer … Just use a heat gun to get the fire going. No stinky kerosine or cancer causing burnt paper smoke



​I use one of those torches you get for cooking. Stick the brickets in the webber starter and point the torch through the holes.

looftlighters are good too.

couldn't find one in Bnq but paid £17.99 in a garden centre which I still think is worth it. cooking lamb chops on the barbie as I type.
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