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New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby SmokeyBBQYum » 11 Oct 2013, 09:13

Hi chaps,

I see a few of Weber's 2014 product are appearing online now - the one that attracted my eye is the smaller Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker, looks like its 37cm. Compared the the 47cm and 57cm.

http://www.bbqs2u.co.uk/27-weber-smokey ... in-cookers

Its pretty expensive but could be a handy size for the newbies, it would be nice to know its overall sizes to see if its almost portable :P
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Re: New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby Catsup and Mustard » 11 Oct 2013, 09:26

Hope he don't mind but stole this image of a post I saw this week :D


https://twitter.com/gazz_46/status/3878 ... to/1/large

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Re: New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby SmokeyBBQYum » 11 Oct 2013, 09:33

Catsup and Mustard wrote:Hope he don't mind but stole this image of a post I saw this week :D


https://twitter.com/gazz_46/status/3878 ... to/1/large

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Gosh that is pretty dinky. maybe good for the long camping trips :idea:
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Re: New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby gazz_46 » 11 Oct 2013, 23:53

Catsup and Mustard wrote:Hope he don't mind but stole this image of a post I saw this week :D


https://twitter.com/gazz_46/status/3878 ... to/1/large

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Course I don't mind, stole it myself from FBI ;)
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Re: New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby gazz_46 » 12 Oct 2013, 01:06

Talking myself into one of these but the significant other and recent car issues suggest no.......... :cry:

Detailed breakdown on virtual weber bullet below

http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/parts2014-14.html
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Re: New 'baby' weber smokey mountain 37cm cooker

Postby keith157 » 13 Oct 2013, 14:16

Get one AFTER you get the car, but take the measurements along so you'll know it fits in the boot without any problems :D
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