Portable Notebook BBQ Grill

Simply Grill-iant

Portable Notebook BBQ Grill

Simply Grill-iant

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  •  Lightweight and perfectly portable
  •  Simple and easy to operate - open, fill with charcoal and cook
  •  Plenty of space for burgers, sausages and assorted vegetables


Disposable barbecues are all well and good, as long as you don't mind dropping your sausages in the grass when the flimsy foil falls apart, before binning them after one measly barbecue. Actually, come to think of it, they're rubbish. That's why you need one of our brilliant Portable BBQ Grills.

Ideal for festivals, camping trips and any garden soiree where space is tight, this robust grill is crafted in pressed-steel yet it's light enough to take almost anywhere. What's more you don't need SAS training to prepare your lunch because using a Portable BBQ Grill is easier than flipping a burger. Simply unfold, fill with charcoal and light.

We guarantee it will reignite your love for chargrilled bangers, burgers and drumsticks, because you don't need Arnie-size muscles to move it from A to B. So get ordering. And remember the words of Herr Schwarzenegger: 'If it bleeds, we can grill it.'

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Please note:
  • Suitable for ages 16 years+
  • Charcoal or briquettes should only be placed on the internal grate provided with the product, never directly into the base of the barbeque.
  • High heat resistance painted steel construction
  • 205 square inches of cooking surface
  • Weight: 3.90kg
  • Assembled measures approximately 29cm(W) x 40cm(H) x 45cm(D)
  • Closed measures approximately 4cm(W) x 40cm(H) x 45cm(D)
  • Avoid overfilling the Notebook: too much coal may lead to over heating and cause the frame to warp.

Customer Reviews

We bought one of these a couple of years ago - it's so compact and has a really good cooking area. We go to a campsite where you can't have open fires, but we stick a fire log in this after cooking and it's a good substitute! The paint has peeled off and it takes a good shove to fold up, but it's in its third year now and going strong. It even (by accident) spent a winter propped up by the shed... Highly recommended. Doesn't stay as good looking as it starts out, but hey, neither have I!!!
Sophie Miller - 1st July 2013
Decent enough for the price, and well designed. However, the construction is fairly poor - it's made of extremely thin steel which quickly bends and warps out of shape under the heat of a fire. Still does its job though.
Tom Davies - 3rd October 2012
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I used this BBQ last night. At first, it seemed like an awesome principle, but I was quickly proven wrong. The BBQ kept insisting on disassembling itself (The grill sliding off the shelf), then the sides would collapse in because there's nothing to keep them up. This is no substitute for your good old solid BBQ :(.
Hamish - 21st April 2011
I so love my BBQ Grill, bought a couple of years ago now. It has been well used so I gave it a coat of BBQ paint yesterday, and today it looks as good as new :) Best thing about it - the grills fit in the dishwasher, making this the easiest to clean BBQ I have ever had. Not to mention it fits under the sofa waiting for the next sunny day!
Julie - 20th April 2011
Really small and compact when folded away, but still has a nice sized cooking area. This has been used as a BBQ/firepit on 2 camping trips now, and although its slightly bent and the paint is peeling off, it still does its job perfectly well!
David Hunter - 25th August 2010
There's good and bad.... Took it with me to a festival weekend for it's first use and it worked a treat. Easy to carry with us and quick to set up and get going. Then, after day three we tried to pack it away and were disappointed to discover that the metal was bent and twisted, so it wouldn't close and the coating on the metal had started peeling away. In conclusion, we may as well have bought three disposable barbecue's since it would have been cheaper! Don't think this grill is going to get much use past the three times we used it at up at the festival, I'm afraid.
Craig - 21st July 2010