Weber rapidfire chimney starter set - B&Q £7 (found Northwich)
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Weber rapidfire chimney starter set - B&Q £7 (found Northwich)

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LocalFound 8th Jun
Found in store at Northwich branch, plenty left. John Lewis currently selling the same for £24.99.

Comes with a few coals and firefighters to get you going. Seems a better deal than the one previously posted at Aldi.

“The original chimney starter system from Weber has everything you need to light charcoal quickly and evenly; a chimney starter and 2kg bag of briquettes.
Made from aluminium steel, it can hold enough briquettes for a 57cm kettle barbecue. Its flat bottom ensures a fast start which eliminates the need for lighter fluid. And what’s more, it has a ‘stay cool’ handle so you can carefully manoeuvre it when ever it suits.
To use simply place the chimney starter, with coals, on top of lighter cubes or crumpled newspaper and light.”
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These are excellent. Literally stack your charcoal in one, heat for 20ish mins and BBQ is ready to go with charcoal that is all even temperature. You won't look back.
Hot hot hot
For people who've never managed to BBQ due to poorly lit coals, this is your answer!
If anyone finds stock in or around London please post where
Couple one of these with an electric starter and you will not look back.
Got one of these I haven't used in over a year. Since I started buying premium lumpwood charcoal, I just don't need it. So easy to light without.

Good for briquettes, but I don't use those any more.
This is a good deal but have been this price at b and q for a while now. Heat added
ro53ben2 h, 12 m ago

Got one of these I haven't used in over a year. Since I started buying …Got one of these I haven't used in over a year. Since I started buying premium lumpwood charcoal, I just don't need it. So easy to light without.Good for briquettes, but I don't use those any more.


Interesting as I have recently bought lumpwood and found it’s a bugger to light using this
anyone know if they have any reduced stock in crawley? after posting the aldi one, i migth be tempted by this instead!
jimmyt1155 m ago

Interesting as I have recently bought lumpwood and found it’s a bugger to l …Interesting as I have recently bought lumpwood and found it’s a bugger to light using this


Chimney starters should only be used with briquettes. They aren't designed (or needed) for lumpwood.

Which lumpwood did you buy? All charcoal is not the same.
None Norwich
Good purchase have had mine for years.
Edited by: "simoncrumpton" 8th Jun
Good deal and amazed there's actually a deal in Northwich!
ro53ben8th Jun

Chimney starters should only be used with briquettes. They aren't designed …Chimney starters should only be used with briquettes. They aren't designed (or needed) for lumpwood.Which lumpwood did you buy? All charcoal is not the same.


I’ll try without next time. Not sure on the brand
None in Warrington
ro53ben8th Jun

Chimney starters should only be used with briquettes. They aren't designed …Chimney starters should only be used with briquettes. They aren't designed (or needed) for lumpwood.Which lumpwood did you buy? All charcoal is not the same.


I have made myself a uds. I nearly always use lumpwood and find a chimney starter really is useful for me. You shouldn't use lighters in a smoker as it taints the taste of the food. For 7 quid this is an absolute steal
ned.ford2 h, 27 m ago

I have made myself a uds. I nearly always use lumpwood and find a chimney …I have made myself a uds. I nearly always use lumpwood and find a chimney starter really is useful for me. You shouldn't use lighters in a smoker as it taints the taste of the food. For 7 quid this is an absolute steal


They're only designed for briquettes and lumpwood should be easy enough to light without.

You shouldn't put food anywhere near any grill that's full of nasty smoke from lighter fluid, lighters etc. Any ignition method should be long gone before you put the food on.
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