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Cobb

4.4/5, 4.4 from 9 reviews
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Recent Reviews

  1. gwyntaxi
    cobb bbq nightmare to clean
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Dec 28, 2017
    Bought the later design cobb bbq and to be honest I think cobb have ruined what was a really excellent product, they are an absolute nightmare to clean, a really dirty chore, the actual briquette chamber, not the briquette basket, is pressed into position unlike the older model where it lifted, so now when you want to clean it, you tip out the residue ash and it all sticks to the "moat" (firebowl) whereas wit the old one you could lift out the briquette basket, then the actual briquette basket chamber, then you could lift out the firebowl "moat" and save all the juices before wiping the moat clean with kitchen roll, if you want to save the juices, you now have to source a "turkey baster" ,looks similar to a hydrometer and try and suck all the juices up, not very successful but better than nothing, it became such a messy job to clean that I sold mine, at a great loss, however, I must admit that it cooks food perfectly, even if it is grossly overpriced.
  2. dave newell lvs
    wouldn't be without mine
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jul 28, 2017
    had my cobb for more years than I can remember, and have done everything from bread, to chilli to our favourites which is a roasted joint, and now they have the liners its even easier to clean after, friends have just bought themselves cobbs and race weekends have become even better with three cobbs on the go to cook for 6/7 one doing bread, one doing chilli and another with jackets/corn on the cobb
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  3. Dergrowler
    Aussie heat beads
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jul 28, 2017
    Have to agree with all the Cornish boy has said except we use the Aussie heat beads instead. They will cook for nearly four hours on a full fire basket, easily enough to to cook any large chicken or joint of meat.

    We even have the ring extension for the lid so no problem with the beer can chicken.

    Another thing with the heat beads is that if you have finished cooking and there is still plenty of life left in the heat beads is that you can drop the fire basket into a bucket of cold water. Then when cooled down take them out let them dry and they can be used again.

    When the beads are left to burn out fully you just have a pile of light bead type ash which can safely be disposed of in the wast bin.


    Hope this of some help

    David
    One member found this helpful.

Item Details

  1. Cobb Premier
    General Information
    • Convenient & easy to use. 8-10 briquettes, charcoal lumpwood or Cobb's Cobblestone cooks almost anything
    • Truly portable, use it almost anywhere
    • Healthy cooking with no flare ups
    • Safe to handle - the base stays cool whilst cooking
    • Made from stainless steel - all parts are dishwasher safe, except the mesh base which just needs wiping down
    • Guaranteed quality - 2 year warranty
    • Winner of several design awards
    Package includes
    • Stainless steel mesh base unit
    • Stainless steel Inner bowl & Fire basket
    • General purpose teflon coated grill plate
    • Stainless steel dome
    • General purpose lifting handle
    • Instruction booklet
    Weights & Dimensions
    • Weight: 3.8Kg
    • D 33cm : H 33cm
    • D 33cm : H 26cm (Dome inverted)
    https://www.cobb-bbq.co.uk/Default.aspx

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