Aldi Folding Bbq

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  1. jonandshell

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    For those of you short on storage space, how's this for a solution?[​IMG]

    In store on 21st May.
     
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    For someone without a garage, like me, it looks great. Any idea of the price?
     
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    £12.99!:)
     
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    Where is the fire????
     
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    I will look for an Aldi POI file and be at the nearest one on 21st (y)
     
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    Found the details online:

    This stainless steel, foldable barbecue is designed to fold away in a compact size so you can store it without taking up too much space.
    • Stainless steel fire bowl and cooking grill
    • Carry case included
    • Approx. folded size only 35 x 20 x 5.5cm
     
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    Thanks for this - we will be trying to get one on the 21st May, thought we'd try a disposable BBQ in it. :smiley:
     
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    There was a young chap from Newcastle
    Who had a collapsible ars'le
    It was handy you see, when he farted at tea
    He could bend down and make up a parcel

    Just thought I'd let you know.
     
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    Honestly looks to be a bit of a novelty, think it would be a pain to clean and put away. Maybe better idea for occasional use would be to get a wire stand and just use disposables ?
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asado-Grill-Instant-BBQ-Stand/dp/B0018CKMQQ
    Realise this one doesn't fold flat but a search brought up a couple that did if space is tight.
     
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    It is actually a close copy of an original 'pyromid stove' style BBQ, I know because I picked an original one up once at a car boot sale for £1 and found it was worth a heck of a lot more!

    http://noexcusesbbq.com/archives/2305
     
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