Weber Round Kettle Charcoal Barbeque Reviews
Product Type: Weber Foreman Grill
Description:Brand: Weber / Fuel Type: Coal / Type: Barbecue
Newest Review: ... that I enjoyed. We had a look at various different options including store brands and others and decided that the Weber ... more
Customer Weber Round Kettle Charcoal Barbeque Reviews (5)
by - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Useful, 1537 readings)
I have had a number of barbecues of various descriptions, mostly cheap tin things bought from petrol station forecourts. They were relatively successful albeit that I never mastered the art of igniting them properly. Then, while on a trip to America, I invested in a Weber Kettle. I don’t know what they cost over here but a couple of years ago it cost me around $30, probably half of what it would cost here!! No matter, I would recommend the investment to anyone. First, and foremost, it is very robust. You don’t stand there worrying that the whole thing will topple over at any moment. The grill has to be assembled but it really is child’s play ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/03, updated on 01/06/03 (Very useful, 933 readings)
Previously I had a nasty cheap coal BBQ from homebase. When you were cooking food the handle on the back would slowly melt, not much of a BBQ. The way I see it, you pay for what you get. A friend from America bought me a BBQ, on the plane. Luckily he was in upperclass so they didn't care to much about the stupid size of his hand-luggage. They go for about £100 in the UK, I presume he got it cheaper in the US. First impressions, the Weber Round Kettle BBQ is sturdy, easy to put together. Two wheels allow for easy moving. The BBQ comes with an outdoor cover to keep the ol'British weather at bay. The surface area of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
We have two barbecues at home, a smaller Weber and then a larger one. The larger one must be going back about fifteen years at least though. I remember my dad buying it from a garden centre and the whole family being in awe at how huge it was. It was rather like a Dalek with legs. Our Weber was red though, you can buy them in many different colours, though thinking back, red was a little bit camp...what was my dad thinking? The barbecue is quite a big beasty and stands at around four or feet in height, so if you're a very short person you might struggle to use it. Likewise, if you are of Gandolf statue, you will need to arch your back to use it. The look of it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09, updated on 15/01/09 (Useful, 206 readings)
Having never previously owned my own barbeque I wasnt sure what to expect from the Weber. I can though recommend this model. The barbeque comes in pieces so will need to be put together, this didnt take too long though bits were fiddly, it took about 30-40mins overall. The barbeque comes with wheels on one side meaning it can be easily moved around and it helps that it isnt too heavy, but the negative side of this is if you try to move it over bumpy ground or if you unbalance it slightly the top will fall off quite easily. The tray which hangs underneath to catch the grease and any ash that falls through isnt securely fastened, and this will fall out as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/14 (Somewhat useful, 6 readings)
We bought this BBQ after the plates on our gas BBQ had started to rust. We decided that although the gas BBQ offered convenience it was huge and really didn't give the true BBQ taste that I enjoyed. We had a look at various different options including store brands and others and decided that the Weber offered a much better quality product. It was more expensive but you could really tell the quality. This size is big enough for a family of four plus a few guests. It's great that you can hang the lid from the side when you take it off. We've definitely had the best tasting chicken as a result of this BBQ. It's easy to clean and remove the ashes. It doesn't ... Read the complete review
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