Morrisons Bucket BBQ Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Foreman Grill
Newest Review: ... and cold that evening, we decided to use it as a 'camp fire' and added the coals from everyone elses BBQs to ours and another ... more
Customer Morrisons Bucket BBQ Reviews (8)
by - written on 09/06/12 (Very useful, 92 readings)
The bucket bbq seemed a brilliant idea to me: we like to nip down the beach and have a bbq when we can. It seemed a good alternative to the disposable ones that can be quite awkward to get rid of safely, while carrying them home isn't particularly desirable. The bucket bbq comes in a variety of colours. It has a metal handle which folds down around the bucket when not in use, and a handgrip made from a spiral of wire around the main handle. It has three fold-out legs to raise it from the ground, to allow good airflow through the bbq. These look flimsy, but they provide quite sturdy support. There are vents at the bottom and an inner bucket about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/12 (Very useful, 126 readings)
==Overview== We often use disposable BBQs for the lovely charcoal flavour they give to food and our only other alternative is our gas BBQ which is huge and a nuisance to clean. When I saw this for less than £10 and a bag of charcoal for just £5 I decided it was a bargain and looked easy to clean. I also thought it might be more environmentally friendly than using disposable BBQs and also save us a few pennies when we went camping as we could re-use the bucket BBQ unlike the disposables we usually take. ==The Setup== It took about five minutes to attach the legs to the BBQ with the provided wingnuts (I'm sure that isn't their real ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I think BBQ season must be coming to an end, actually I had what was probably my last BBQ of the year yesterday and that was mainly because I'd been shopping in Morrisons and noticed that they had these Bucket BBQs reduced to £4.00 instead of the £7.99 they usually cost. I've had my eye on these for ages so had to buy one at that cheap price, I was a bit gutted that all the green ones had gone because that was a proper cool colour but I ended up with a bright pink one instead that actually looks mega bright and cheerful. It's not really the size of a bucket, more like a household bin that you'd have in a bedroom or bathroom. The BBQ comes with a grill ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10, updated on 04/09/10 (Very useful, 532 readings)
On a recent trip to Morrisons to stock up on some bits and pieces for a picnic, we came across a small stack of Mini Bucket BBQs. Now I must admit that they were really nice, in a selection of lovely zingy summer colours, zesty lime green, shocking fuchsia pink and calming turquoise. Having just gone in to pick up one of those disposable BBQs in the silver foil trays that Morrisons sell, these really caught the eye and after umming and ahhing for a few moments, a lovely fuchsia pink Bucket BBQ jumped on into the trolley. Well we couldn't refuse it could we. ********************************************************** It was priced at £7.99 so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/12 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I bought a couple of these mini bbq buckets from Morrisons last year when they were on offer but haven't had the chance to use them up until this last week when the weather was really good. I have a main bbq but on a day out I decided to pack one of these little buckets as I thought a bbq would be make a nice change from my friends and I having a picnic. I can't remember how much I paid exactly for the two bbq buckets but I think it was £10. Their usual price is £7 each. These are really good little bbqs for the money and while they won't grill enough food for loads of people they are big enough for a couple or a small group of people if you don't mind ... Read the complete review
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