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Diall Charcoal briquettes, 3kg

Diall Charcoal briquettes, 3kg

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Product details

Product information

  • Charcoal BBQ's

Features and benefits

  • How to use - Ignite using approved propellant

Health and safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

BrandDiall
Product weight3kg
Product code3663602027829

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2.7 / 5(10 reviews)

Rubbish, don't waste your money

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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 !

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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.

*** HELPFUL IDEA **** (Not a product review)

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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

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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.

Not bad

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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.

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