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I really want a Weber Go Anywhere BBQ, but..

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Crazyex Thu 23-Jan-14 23:33:22

Just adding- my lotus grill is bloody amazing! Best purchase ever!

Blu Thu 09-Jan-14 11:06:45

Ooops grin

hillbilly Thu 09-Jan-14 11:01:18

Yippee it arrived. Unfortunately it arrived in the Weber box so DH saw it. I had better think of something else for his birthday now!

hillbilly Tue 07-Jan-14 12:38:07

We used to have one of these years ago and gave it away (my fault really). Anyway it is DH's birthday soon so I'm going to buy one.

Blu Mon 06-Jan-14 18:08:03

An even better deal: here because the P&P is free.

Blu Sat 07-Dec-13 13:25:09

It has arrived! I love it. It has instructions for using the fact that it has a lid to cook whole chickens.

<<little dance round campfire>>

Blu Sun 01-Dec-13 17:42:33

Norwich have them in stock, right now! reduced to £67-99.

Mine is arriving this week......I can't use it for months, but I am very excited. Actually maybe we will do chestnuts on it.

Sarahwhizz Fri 11-Oct-13 10:07:24

My hubby is hoping for one of these Weber bbqs for christmas, i've managed to find a pre order one for £79.99 that actually includes delivery too smile

Hopefully it will bring a smile to his face.

Milliways Fri 27-Sep-13 17:48:57

Has your DH got a lotus Grill?
We LOVE ours!

Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 23:15:19

There is a 'Buy It Now' new one on e bay atm for £130 + P&P, and a second hand one currently at £48, with 2 days to go...

If only I knew someone coming back from the states with v little luggage...

I have found the Norwich supplier, too, dodod. I think it might be the way to go.

I'm glad you are pleased with yours.

dododoing Thu 26-Sep-13 23:12:26

Ah - didn't check your links - yes, it was the Norwich link I found too.

dododoing Thu 26-Sep-13 23:10:39

Are you me, six weeks ago?! smile I decided over the summer holidays that this was the perfect barbecue, stalked eBay for a couple of weeks and eventually got one for £50, although 'brand new in box' ones were going for well over £100 at the time. There was somewhere in Norfolk I found that is going to start stocking them again next year, but I decided I wanted the wooden handles instead of the plastic, so am very happy with my second hand one. It is, indeed, a fab bbq. DH has been very impressed with it. We got a Weber chimney to go with it - would highly recommend. Makes starting it hassle free.

Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 22:58:49

Stinky - tell your DP to look here1

That is a v cool BBQ.

Is he a member?

Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 22:46:51

Right, special tools, that's it!

My Camping Gadgetry this year has amounted to a bendy light £3 each, perfect as reading lights so I think I can jutify £79 as the end of this year and beginning of next's camping indulgence.

Stinkyfeet Thu 26-Sep-13 22:01:03

Favourite of all bbqs? The weber smoker I think - ribs, whole chickens mmmmmm!

Stinkyfeet Thu 26-Sep-13 21:59:44

Can't remember where he got it from - we've had it a couple of yrs. He would always yes it's worth £79, but then he's slightly obsessed!

I think there are even special tools you can buy that are just the right size to store inside it as well.

Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 21:55:01

And - what is his top favourite?

Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 21:53:57

That's it, exactly, it will pack more easily into the car.

My current foldong BBQ is a bit warped and rusty and the rivets sheered off this summer. I loved my 'whitstable bucket' but they take up loads of room...

Stinky - where did your DP get his Go-Anywhere, and does he think it would be worth me paying £79 plus p&p?

Stinkyfeet Thu 26-Sep-13 21:45:28

DP (BBQ guru - owner of 6 bbqs) has both and much prefers the Go Anywhere.

It also packs more easily in the car for camping.


Blu Thu 26-Sep-13 21:38:43

..they are no longer on sale in the UK, except by special order at £79!! shock With added P&P.

I have identified it as the perfect portable BBQ. Much more compact and packable than the Smokey Joe portable which are round and the legs don't collapse.

The Go Anywhere is quite a sophisticated little beast, with adjustable air vents below the charcoal line, a lid (with adjustable vents) so that you can cook things U.S BBQ style (like slow BBQ oven rather than just a grill), is v good quality enamelled steel so won't rust, my sister's has lasted 12 years and is going strong - they don't warp or rust or go cockly.

It's a lot of cash, isn't it, for a portable BBQ?

Go-Anywhere or here

mmmm, but it has a kind of 'classic' feel that I like...


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