I disagree, I use a chimney starter so I don't have to soak my lumpwood in lighter fuel!
Thanks for this @Shrice Added the local deal option to this thread as its offline.
Why are you using a chimney starter for lumpwood? It's only need for briquettes as they're designed to burn slowly. Regarding the price, cheap charcoal is cheap. The stuff they soak in paraffin is usually as cheap as it gets.
I only use a little of this paraffin infused charcoal as a base to get the chimney starter fired up (very useful), that way avoiding the fumes. Not a bad price though... just strange not any mention on B&Q website?
For those who like their bbq food tasting of paraffin. I really don't see the need for this at all.