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Weber Charcoal briquettes, 4kg

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Weber Charcoal briquettes, 4kg
£10
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Product details

Product information

  • Use with charcoal BBQs

Features and benefits

  • Consistent heat for up to three hours
  • Ready to cook in just 20 minutes

Specifications

BrandWeber
Product code0077924036538

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andrejs - 1 year ago

Last year price was £7 what was ok but £10 it's to much for bag of briquettes

Refuse to use any other fuel

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GardeningDavey - 1 year ago

Best BBQ fuel there is, burn for ages and reusable too, just close your air vents and lid at the end of your session and start back up next time.

No more BBQ lighting problems

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Dougie2 - 2 years ago

These briquettes may be more expensive than some other brands but they work brilliantly well. No more problems lighting the BBQ and they stay hot for a long time too.

Overpriced

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Onabrick - 2 years ago

Great coals but these are massively overpriced. You can buy 8kg for 12 pounds on any decent BBQ stockists. 4kg should be 7 pound max. My recommendation: Heat Beads. Best Briquettes out there. Weber are a decent alternative but not at this price.

Fantastic product. Worth the extra cost.

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SmilesMiles - 3 years ago

I've always believed that charcoal is charcoal, but due to this being the only briquette option in stock I grudgingly gave it a go.
What a difference. Easy to light, ready to cook in 20 minutes, and stayed that way for nearly 2 hours.
The bag even has a zip-lock style seal, so no damp fuel next time.