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Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 01 Mar 2014, 00:04
by mollymandy
Hello Everyone

Looking to buy a bbq with a smoker but don't know where to buy from in the uk, Looking to spend about £200 ish

Looked on ebay at Landmann Tennessee Smoker BBQ for £170 also looked at OGA032 Barbecue Grill Professional XXL Smoker Charcoal at £170 and Dunster House Murphy BBQ Grill Wood Burning Stove for £260 does anyone know if any of theses are any good ?

Any good website to buy from ?

Thanks for any help

Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 01 Mar 2014, 08:38
by Tiny
Welcome chum,
You ask one of the eternal questions, I have a landmann Tennessee and would not recommend it, thin steel, ages horribly and difficult to maintain temps. If your budget doesn't flex buy an Weber kettle you will be able to do plenty with it, else find more dough and buy either the Pro Q excel or the Weber Smoky mountain, you will end up there anyway. If you don't care about the prettiness build your own ugly drum smoker, masses of info on how to do it if you search the threads,


Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 01 Mar 2014, 09:20
by Toby
In another thread they are talking about £225 for a WSM form riverside, would be worth looking into

Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 05 Mar 2014, 15:41
by noxskuses
Nice package deal > ... otion.html but Birstall are a little bit cheaper if you want the WSW 47cm at ... 47cm_.html

Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 06 Jan 2015, 22:52
by nanoo
Looks like prices for the WSM 47 have gone up recently as cheapest I can find online is with World of Power for £312: ... ooker.html

Riverside are £340

Anywhere else?

Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 07 Jan 2015, 18:29
by timoneer
would look at the proq range plus they do a] cold smoke generator] from 200 to 300 pounds for smoker 35 pounds for cold smoke generator

Re: Where to buy ?

PostPosted: 07 Jan 2015, 22:19
by BraaiMeesterWannabe
Phone around local garden centres to find out if they have old display stock from last year. That's how I got mine for about £230/250 (can't quite remember). That was in September last year though so they were trying to get rid of summer stock