Cadac Question

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  1. Charlie

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    Hi. I have seen a Cadac Safari chef and a Safari chef Deluxe. Can anyone please tell me if there is a difference ?

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    AFAIK the standard Safari chef is just has the reversible grill plate, the lid/wok and the base/burner assembly, the deluxe one comes with some other cooking 'plates' ... I haven't had one for while so can't be specific.
     
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    When I bought mine the Deluxe had a pizza stone included but not with the standard safari chef.

    Andy
     
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    Misread OP sorry.
     
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    This is in fact the correct answer ! It doesn't help that most Ebay sellers list the lower spec one without the Pizza stone as "deluxe".
    I went for the standard non deluxe type as the pizza stone would never get used by us .

    Thanks all !
     
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    Is £89 for a cadac safari chef 2 ,a,good price ?? Or,should I shop around a bit more ..thanks Roy
     
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    I think I saw at Peterborough cadacs at well over £100 on offer ???
     
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    Looks like i shall buy this one at £89 ..thanks @beacons..
     
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    I'm sure at Peterborough the going price was £69-79.
     
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    @Khizzie You could try looking on the likes of ebay for one. Several used one there just now .

    If buying new add the price of the hose and regulator on.
     
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    Cheers @irnbru the one for £89 inc p&p is on ebay and new .the used ones are collect only or quite expensive P&p ...no problem with hose and regulator as already got all that for a different BBQ. Roy
     
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    To be honest I wouldn't bother, on my phone so a bit abrupt, post later
     
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    We bought a Cadac a couple of years ago. Found it disappointing after all the hype we'd read on here. If you're a family may be better, but we didn't need it. We've got single use disposables in the van, clean, light and plenty for two of us. The Cadac is at home in the shed!
     
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    Hear what you say ,and that's,what,I have done for years,,but now many sites,are banning those and any charcoal BBQ ,,so I thought I would get a multi use type grill /bbq .and this one seems to fit the bill..
     
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    Send the link to the £72 one to Go Outdoors ... Ii did that a couple of weeks ago, and paid £65 in store with my email from them about their price beat (10% off the online price you find).
    So far, I think the Safari Chef 2 is an improvement over the Safari Chef.
     
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    Looking at Carri 2 model , larger stand etc , ,has anyone got this model and if so how you getting on with it ? Saw on eBay 165 with BBQ plate and aluminium non stick cook pan , bags and all
    Rob
     
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    Had o grill last year but suddenly burst into flames for no reason , tried to contact o grill but no joy , shame as great clamshell style gas BBQ
     
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