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Half Price - Enders Aurora Mirror Charcoal BBQ - $99.50 + Shipping / Pickup @ BIG W

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BIGW clearance for Enders aurora mirror charcoal bbq, (Silver and Copper colors) for pickup or delivery.
Its portable and good for small family

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  • +2 votes

    Waiting for experts advice

  • +1 vote

    They jacked up the 2 day metro postage price compared to few hours ago, I was waiting 2 hours for rewards booster points to kick in.

    Use GET10 to save on delivery since it’s more than $100, T&C here

    https://www.bigw.com.au/docket-offer

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    For Sydney,

    Merrylands, Penrith and Warringah Mall all say Low Stock.

    Central Coast has Erina.

  • +4 votes

    Weber Go anywhere is a solid option- versatility and portable.

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    For the same price you can get a Weber GA which would be higher quality (although with chrome plated steel grill instead of cast iron). I think the main gimmick here is that you can light it without a chimney by putting firelighter gel at the bottom above the fan then the charcoal basket sits on that. I think you’re better off getting a cheap charcoal chimney and Weber GA. Even for travel, you can get a foldable chimney that will pack into the Weber.

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      It's not a gimmick. From lighting to cooking is well under ten minutes. I've started cooking in 7 mins on my Lotus Grill. Do use it all the time, no. But there is a time and place where they're great.

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        I reckon I could get a layer of coals going in the Weber GA in the same amount of time using Ozito's heat gun charcoal starter. Bonus with that is now you can get all your BBQs going quickly.

        https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-2000w-electric-charcoal-st...

        Also 7 minutes for lump charcoal isn't that impressive. I've got a Firebrand starter and a full chimney of lump usually only takes about 15 mins.

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          How about the dewalt 20v heat gun, much hotter. More sparks on ignition.

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            @SoylentGreen: I had the Ozito heat gun and while the DeWalt is probably designed a lot better I don't think they're meant to be used pointed downwards for extended periods of time, melted the plastic housing on mine.

            If I want to amp things up I'll be buying one of these so I can do this

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          If you get the Ozito, also get this from Jaycar and replace the momentary switch with a rocker. Your thumb will thank you. https://www.jaycar.com.au/rocker-switch-illuminated-blue-sps...

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            @Tony76: That's awesome, is it hard to switch over?

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              @Cheaplikethebird: The case pulls apart easily, regular Philips screws. From memory the 2 wires are soldered in. 5 minute job.

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          Great idea, Webber + 240VAC heat gun, plus modifying so you don't have hold it for 10mins. This will be an awesome setup to take on picnic for tablet top dining. Make sure you pack a diesel gennie as well lol. I wouldn't buy this as I already have a lotus grill style, but can see the utility in it.

  • +1 vote

    There don't seem to be any good reviews on the website…

    • +3 votes

      cool story

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        Not once you light up the BBQ.

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          Banter is heating up.

  • +6 votes

    Please, if anyone wants a charcoal barbecue just head to any middle eastern mixed business shop and pick one up for ~$60.
    They'll be a much better construction and you can pick up a 5 or 20kg bag of charcoal while you're at it.

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      Hi Juzzzz, Do you know any Middle-Eastern mixed businesses that will ship a charcoal barbeque?

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      Can you please show me some links
      Thanks

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        Unfortunately I don't have any links, and they're mostly cash-only businesses that all operate offline.
        In Sydney, anywhere around Fairfield, Merrylands, Parramatta, Bankstown, Liverpool and the surrounding suburbs are littered with them.

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    It says its smokeless, but i'm not quite sure how

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    Weber GA

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    Looks like a variation (knock off??) of the Lotus grill. I got my Lotus grill to knock off from Aldi for $30 clearance down from $50. These things are ready from lighting to cooking in well under ten minutes. For charcoal, I buy regular lump charcoal and just break them down.

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    $20 Bunning charcoal bbq will be sufficient for me.

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    Literally just bought a weber go anywhere for slightly more from kogan

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      I just bought one from Kogan for slightly less! (Was $90.02 a couple weeks ago) :)