Which BBQ should I buy for Summer?

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  1. Blue Coop

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    Getting ready for summer...
    • Gas/Charcoal/Dual?
    • Brand/Model?
    • What price range is value for money, do you really get what you pay for?
    • Are Big Green Eggs worth it?
    All questions that need answers.

    What have you for? In need of recommendations.
     
  2. zandvoort blue

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  3. Blue Coop

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    Good price, what’s the warranty like?
     
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    If it is just for summer use get a weber 57cm kettle bbq. Will last years and a decent price. I would get charcoal otherwise it is just an oven outside really. It depends how many you will regularly cooking for to, if you have a huge family then a landman barrel style bbq is good, you can smoke on them and have them as a huge grill.
     
  6. I love my Weber Smoky Mountain.

    Can be used as a smoker (obviously) and also as a standard charcoal BBQ.

    Not as cheap as the £2 disposable job, but offers a lot more BBQing possibilities...
     
  7. TheRemainsOfTheDave

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    It'll last all summer in Britain, that's for sure.
     
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  10. Tanzeylee

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    Had my Weber 57cm kettle for 20 years apart from the ash tray always falling off it’s still in great condition
     

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