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Gasmate Voyager Portable Grill BBQ Black $49.99 (Was $159) @ Anaconda

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Don’t use these Outdoors on a fire ban day… use responsibly….
(OUTDOORS EXAMPLES - while camping, at a picnic, on the road somewhere away from home).

The Voyager Grill from Gasmate packs a serious punch in a little package. The ultimate portable BBQ for camping, picnics and so much more. Solid satin enamel reversible hotplate and piezo ignition all wrapped up into it's own carry case for easy transportation and storage.

Features:
Stainless steel burner provides 10 MJ/h of heat output
Easy setup with push in legs and connect hose
Large cooking area with the satin enamel cast iron reversible hotplate
Easy lighting via the push button piezo ignition
Stainless steel burner for even and efficient heat distribution
Plastic carry case to store on the go and for easy transportation
Gas certified to Australian standards

Credit to pricehipster for helping me find this.

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    Just curious , I can not use Gas BBQ in the back yard during fire ban , is this correct ?

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      You can, as long as it's supervised and not within 2m of anything flammable (that's the rough rules from memory)

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      You can, when I said Outdoors, I meant like on a camping trip.

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        For those offering opinions, this is from NSW RFS

        Can I use a gas barbeque?

        You can use a gas barbeque under the following conditions:

        • It is under the direct control of a responsible adult, who is present at all times while it is operating;
        • No combustible material is allowed within two metres at any time it is operating;
        • You have an immediate and continuous supply of water; and
          • The barbeque is within 20 metres of a permanent private dwelling such as a home; or
          • The barbeque is within a designated picnic area and the appliance is approved by Council, National Parks or State Forest.
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    just an FYI for those interested, I looked up the NSW rules for total fire bans the other day and it is ok to use a gas BBQ if you follow certain rules https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/fire-information/fdr-and-tobans/t...

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      Thanks very much .

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    Use code $10 off $40

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      what is the code? That would be useful..

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        Look at the post below…..

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          actually I think he's referring to another post where it's $10 off $40 in store only, or $20 off $60, so it won't apply to those who aren't near a store.

          Post below is code for $10 off $50, which would help for this deal if adding a cheap $2 item.

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            @NoApostrophePlurals: Ah, I wasn't aware of that offer. The one I posted was the first one I found when I did a google search.

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    Thanks, been thinking about buying one of these, so at that price, I did!

    Also with a spend of $50.00 or apply code WELCOME10 to get $10.00 off.

    The code wont work unless you add something else as grill is 1 cent under the minimum.

    I just added a Sea to Summit spork for $2.99 so total ended up $52.97 delivered.

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      This unit is designed for camping or in a park at a picnic.

      I never said to use this indoors. 🤦‍♂️

      • -4 votes

        I never said to use this indoors

        You didn't but implied it by leaving it as the only other option.

        "don't use these outdoors.." the only other option is indoors. A backyard is still outdoors

        • +6 votes

          Sigh…"don't use these outdoors on a fire ban day". The other option is "use these outdoors on a non-fire ban day". Pretty sure everyone else got that.

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    Cheers will pick one up at this price $40 after voucher

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    Am I blind or is there no click and collect available??

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      No click and collect. Only delivery or check store stock online.

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      No there isn't that I could see.

      You will have to go instore and buy or do what I did in my above post for what ends up being free delivery.

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        Yep did that - plus had a $20 voucher they gave me from a previous cancelled order. $30 delivered, not bad. Will be spewing if I'm not home and have to go pick it up somewhere now!

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          Yes, that's annoying. I always opt for "leave it in a safe place" if the option is available.

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    Needs a wind guard

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    Is membership free? If not, how much is it?

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    Anaconda…..no click 'n collect and unable to pay over the phone with a Credit Card.
    Welcome to the Stone Age.

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    Yawn.

    Anaconda rule 1: 'Discounted' prices only ever reflect the true value of the product.

    I guarantee that nobody has ever paid $160 for this, and if you did you'd be disappointed.

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      I do agree. They had a portable coleman rrp for like $400, like anyone would buy that over a Weber Q. Still at the 'heavily reduced' price it wasn't too bad

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    Such a hot day today. I might grab one and have a bbq down at the national park, thanks op

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    Picked one up for $40 with the voucher. Deal seems to have expired now.

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    Not sure who expired this but this deal is still active.

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    Membership now no longer required to snag this deal.