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Gasmate Voyager Portable Gas BBQ for $79.99 @ Coles Best Buys (Selected Stores)

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Gasmate Voyager Portable Gas BBQ normally goes around $129. Good small lpg bbq for apartments, RVs and camping.

Bought this from Coles Rousehill.

Link for more details on this product:

https://www.4wdsupacentre.com.au/voyager-bbq.html

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  • +1 vote

    Good deal and BBQ works well. Have one in the back of the Ute for camping and outings.

  • +5 votes

    Saw it in my local yesterday in SA, it's nationwide price

    https://www.kimbino.com.au/coles/coles-best-buys-from-friday...

  • +2 votes

    Great deal. Really enjoy taking this camping or cooking at home for two

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    I originally was planning to grab a weber baby q but now I'm not so sure..

    • +1 vote

      Different things.

    • +3 votes

      If you are going to buy an expensive bbq like the Baby Q check out the Ziggy. Google weber vs ziggy, you get a lot more bang for your buck and some better feautures I believe.

    • +1 vote

      a weber will still work just fine when this has been dead for years

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      I got my Weber via Coles flybuy points.

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    Does it take up much more room than a 2 burner?

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    Charcoal is where its at. Tell Hank Hill I said so.

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      Found one for $80?

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        Once upon a time, just an upright smoker/slow cooker.. Sure bunnos got the one im thinking of

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      Horses for courses mate.

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    Does anyone know if it is allowed on balconies with apartments above/below?

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      it would depend on your bodycorporate, id say no.

      It's a bit selfish tbh, the smoke goes into the next apartment above.

      • +2 votes

        It’s a shame that a lot of body corporates have banned bbqs, the smell of a bbq is a part of Australian summer culture.

        Understand possibly banning coal or smoker ones.

        Other things people cook in a apartment complex (not meth) can be just as offensive to some.

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          such as?

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              @9839002: whats offensive about curry?

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                @Laserface: It can have a strong and powerful smell.

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                  @9839002: curry smells awesome though?

                  fyi no one is offended by the smell of a bbq, they are offended by the smoke and the fat/oils that can be carried in it which is a perfectly reasonable thing to be offended by and a good reason to ban them in apartments. My apartment has a gas outlet on the balcony, so we can have bbqs.

                  lotsa overly sensitive whities are VERY offended by the smell of curry though. wonder why that is.

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                    @Laserface: Easy petal. Curry is a pungent smell, that is a fact. Whether you like it or not, it's strong and hangs around.
                    I happen to enjoy curry but I also understand that not everyone wants to whiff my spices.

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          Cooking a BBQ in an apartment is not australian summer culture.

          Go outside. Park/beach/etc

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            @Davo1111: Cooking stuff in the kitchen also goes next door or above

            Happens in houses too

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              @tezza: to a degree yes, but much worse with a bbq

  • -3 votes

    Tried boiling water on this at last camping trip. Took 45mins to get small bubbles for a liter of water. If the lid is closed it works fine. Don't expect much if the lid is open.

    • +6 votes

      You really need just a direct "gas burner" under the water for boiling. Different product. This is more a BBQ.

  • +8 votes

    This will be landfill in 12 months

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    You can quite literally see in the photo the legs don't sit completely flush with the table surface. Surely not intentional?

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      I think it is, from the looks of it, those legs can fold up

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      The legs fold under. In the photo they’ve just over extended them. They’re not the greatest design but mine do sit flush

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    For true bbq flavour a perforated (mesh) grill is needed as part of the process.

  • +3 votes

    Good price. I got one of these 2-3 years ago for the caravan / camping. It's still going strong and works perfectly fine. Easy to clean and pack up.
    Worst thing is probably the plate is flush with the bbq so I've lost a snag or two when they've rolled off the edge !
    You get the flat and grill plates standard with it as opposed to the weber baby Q. I bought this bag from Tentworld to store it in, fits perfectly.

    (https://www.tentworld.com.au/buy-sale/oztrail-canvas-duffle-...)

    • +2 votes

      Pick it up, brush off the dirt and put the snag back, no one will be any wiser :)

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        haha, 10 second rule right !!

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      How do you find the fat drip area on the hotplate? Does the burner area get oily and require cleaning?

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        Seems ok, it makes its way down to the removable fat tray in the center underneath the bbq. I can't recall the burner area getting very oily. I usually give it a good clean after camping trips and just wipe down that area with a hot/soapy sponge. Sometimes if I didn't have it on a level surface one corner of the lower area may have some fat congealed in it too.

  • +1 vote

    7 Left at Tuggerah NSW

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    It comes with a long instructions of how to piece it together. Too many for my liking.