Outback Compact U-BBQ

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Anyone used one of these?


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    No, never seen one before

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    But one of these


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    I am looking for a BBQ that runs on Butane 220g cartridges..
     
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    a compromise??

    [​IMG]How about one of those £10 jobbies


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    Yours looks expensive???
     
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    We bought one of them, it fits on top of the butane camping stove

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    Good idea, we have a £10 jobbie.....


    Will go hunting at the next show...

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    We bought one of those "Grill It Roast It" things (John's 3rd photo) at the York show in 2007. It works OK but we prefer the double skillet so haven't used it all that often.

    It's different from a barbecue though.
     
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    R-R and Shifty,

    We've got one, but the Senior Partner will not use it inside as the fat it collects poses a fire risk on top of the gas stove Fine for outside the van tho.
     
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    We bought one (Outback Compact BBQ) and are testing it this weekend - if we can decide where to go!:Smile:
     

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    We use our Cadac Safari, folds up into a supplied bag so nice and compact different hotplates and so easy to clean.
    Perfect for two people though have cooked for four on it.
    We only paid £39 at the end of the season, though think they have gone up a little, still a fantastic bit of kit.
    We liked that much we bought the bigger Cadac Chef for home use.:thumb:
     
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