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Sunday grill from Emo Design introduces a revolution for the barbecue market. One, the new range of fixed barbecues, thanks to the patented system Duo, permits to choose from 3 different ways of cooking - the traditional wood or charcoal or the convenience of gas cooking.
Posted October 17, 2013 6:51 AM
Thanks to its versatile functionality, premium equipment and its sophisticated appearance, the modern Manhattan gas barbecue grill provides a delightful outdoor experience. Even heat distribution, two 3.50 kW innovative Endertec burners, and thought-out features like take-out 11kg gas cylinder that can be stored in the cart and removable stainless steel grilling lid for open grilling enjoyment on the grill grate always ensure the best barbecue results.
Posted August 30, 2013 12:44 PM
The compact BUGG completes impressive range of BeefEater grills. An efficient and space saving barbecue, BeefEater BUGG is a high power, robust and versatile grill that offers eye catching design and portability. Made of a lightweight cast aluminum with convenient grip handles on front and back, the BUGG body is easily removed from its stand and ideal for camping on your favourite grounds.
Posted July 9, 2013 12:39 PM
The E Churrasco barbecue from Everdure is an innovative and a world first grill that combines the flavour of charcoal cooking with the speed and convenience of gas ignition. Quick and easy to light up, E Churrasco is ready to cook for you in 15 minutes.
Posted July 1, 2013 11:39 PM
The compact and portable LotusGrill cooks your favourite steaks and seafood on pure charcoal in just 3 minutes, providing well over 70 minutes of extremely high heat cooking time. Available in yellow, orange, green, red, purple and grey, this smokeless charcoal grill is equipped with the integrated, battery operated, smoke free Bellows Fan System that forces air over the coals, creating rapid high radiant and conventional heat. The heat output is controlled with the fan dial to suit your cooking habits and requirements.
Posted June 22, 2013 11:34 AM