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Blooma Coburg Grey Rectangular Gazebo, (W)2.47m (D)1.43m
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This Coburg grey gazebo creates a sheltered barbecue area for entertaining.
- Assembly required
Features and benefits
- Keep calm and keep on barbecuing. The water resistant & fire retardant canopy means you can keep cooking no matter what the British weather throws at you.
Really Good BBQ Gazebo
Wolly1971 - 9 days ago
Took 2 of use 40 minutes to put up, looks great good up, good and sturdy. Really happy with it.
Best Buy Ever
BraaiZebo - 16 days ago
I bought this Braaizebo 2 years ago. We have used it thoroughly throughout all seasons. Well used with regular BBQS . Only after 2 years has the roof started to perish. Steel frame still perfect. Difficult to find a replacement tarp.
Not fit for purpose
Elisky - 4 months ago
I have bought this and wish i had checked reviews , the so called water resistant roof is a waste of time, it is now laying dismantled at top of garden no use at all very poor for the cost of it.
Does what I need it to
Stop moaning - 9 months ago
Bought this for a shelter for wife's scooter, no problem with leaking put plastic sheet over one provided, works great
Don't Buy If You Expect It To Be Waterproof
Tommylad1 - 10 months ago
Bought this item 5/8/19, built it, bolted to decking, happy. Until it rained, and we've had a couple of heavy rains. The canopy is stated as "water resistant" on the B&Q website, but forget it, it really isn't. It will hold away rain if its a light shower, but won't hold rain away from canopy for heavy rain. The canopy starts sagging, gathering water puddles as the canopy sags, then starts to "bead" through. You can run a finger along the inside of the canopy and feel beads of water seeping through.
Now I've spoken with the Glasshoughton, Castleford store manager over the telephone and offered no help, only to advise it's not waterproof, and passed me off to customer service to deal with me. Customer service say the same, not waterproof, only water resistant. Apparently the interpretation is open to different views.
Hmmm...so I suggest the example of a diving watch that states "water resistant to 50m"...now, if it let water in at that point you would certainly not think water resistant and water proof was a point of view, but one and the same...Not fit for purpose as per the claim.
I told them apart from that I'm happy, and all I wanted was possibly them offering me a tarpaulin that I could use to cover the canopy in the wintery days, and was told although this was a good practical suggestion, it would not be free gratis. Store discretion...but having had a useless conversation with the manager I said I'd just sort this myself.
So I'm not angry, just bemused really that a large company like B & Q can sell a product with misleading terminology but then offer no goodwill recourse other than "return it".
My advice, don't bother wasting your money. Just BBQ open aired and cover your BBQ when finished. Less fuss all round. I just dont want others buying this thinking it features a misleading boast.