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Diall Charcoal briquettes, 3kg
- Charcoal BBQ's
Features and benefits
- How to use - Ignite using approved propellant
Health and safety
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Rubbish, don't waste your money
Edthebed - 17 days ago
Lumpwood??? There isn't one piece bigger than 20mm square. I know Diall is a cheap company but this is just leftovers from the other Lumpwood manufacturers. Waste of money, won't buy again and will avoid B&Q from now on.
Don't bother use oven !
WX53BFO - 3 months ago
I bought these the other day as B&Q did not have the Weber briquettes in. Bad move. May be OK for a burger but that is it. Full starter got them going 45mins into the cook they are dead. Waste of money and I hate to think what filler is in them. VERY DISSAPOINTED.
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Eliakim - 8 months ago
I light my barbeque using a paint stripping gun on its hottest setting. Very quick and clean (and hot).. give it a try ;-)
Ignore bad reviews, these work & light easily
Pitmaster - 10 months ago
You cannot expect any charcoal to just spontaniously combust, get a decent fire going using wood kindling, and place briquettes on top a little at a time until they go white then top up as required. I have given 4 stars not 5 because there is too much dust in the bottom of the bag, as another reviewer commented on. They give off good heat but do burn a little quicker than lumpwood. Carcoal bbq's need work, if you want a quick tasteless experience get a gas bbq.
BBQManFingers - 1 year ago
I have used these many times in my kettle bbq and general use and had no issues. I use lighting fluid or firefighters and they burn every time. They do tend to have a few crumbled ones though. For the price, I will continue to use.