Outback Titanium THG3710/04 Reviews
Description:Brand: Outback / Grill / Liquid Propane / Natural Gas / Wheeled / Short name: Outback THG3710/04
Newest Review: ... barbecue is not entirely rigid or sturdy, though for the price (compared to some gas BBQs) the general build quality seems ... more
Customer Outback Titanium THG3710/04 Reviews (4)
by paul Smith - written on 06/06/13
We bought the Titanium less than three years ago thinking it was a quality product. It looks good, has a good cooking area and preparation shelves.We splashed out on the Outback weathercover to protect it during the winter months, and kept it under an awning to further protect it from the lelements.Despite taking all sensible measures to look after the unit, the supporting metalwork behind both burners has completed rusted through, despite the care and is now completely useless. Both burners (also heavily rusted) have dropped down into the bottom and that's that. It's had it. To have the interior of a protected and enclosed outdoor product succumb to rust in such a short time is unacceptable, particularly on such an expensive product.
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
This was our first gas barbecue following a long battle with coal burning, and its made outdoor cooking vastly more practical and enjoyable. Rather than having to plan ahead - get the coals lit then wait for hours until they burn down to suitable hot embers - you can light the burners and be cooking almost instantly. This allows for more often and more 'spontaneous' or fast/convenient barbecues. Even when using all three burners, gas is used surprisingly economically and a gas bottle can certainly easily last an entire summer of regular use, if not more. The burners are strong and more-or-less heat the grills/hotplate evenly, though you sometimes find some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
We've owned this barbeque for a while now and it's been a consistently excellent performer. Over summer it received a massive amount of use and it is an excellent gas barbeque that I would recommend over many others. The barbeque has three burners- two grills and one griddle. The grills see the most use, but the griddle has its merits too for cooking. The burners are all of the same strength, so you can switch over without too much fuss if you're cooking a massive amount of food. People complain about gas barbeques because they don't give the taste of coal barbeques. This one, however, does because of a clever innovation- the griddles have lava ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/08, updated on 16/05/08 (Very useful, 372 readings)
Since "taking the plunge" into Gas BBQ's, this one has really been worth the money. There are of course much cheaper products out there, but the outback has great longevity and the quality of the parts is excellent. Arrives in 2 large boxes and assembly took about 60-90 mins...not the easiest to assemble and you will need 2 people for some of the assembly as some bits are heavy, but it's not too difficult either.it's only because it is quite large. Also makes it hard to steal as built it weighs a lot! Definately get a cover if you want to store outside!...and often worth buying it at the outset as you can often get a discount as opposed to buying later on ... Read the complete review
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