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Product code: 85311002
The original iconic kettle barbecue in miniature. Large enough to feed the family but small enough to pack in the car, this portable charcoal kettle barbecue is ideal for day trips, picnics, camping, holidays. Just grab and go!
Cooking with the lid down reduces flare-ups to cook more evenly and thoroughly and it seals in smokey barbecue flavours.
- Compact size for easy transport
- Plated-steel cooking grate
- Tuck away lid lock
- Ergonomic lid handle
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- Accessories Included
- Weber accessories available to purchase separately
- Assembly Required
- Self-assembly required
- Assembly Time
The approximate time it will take to assemble this item. Times may vary and are only intended as a guide
- 10 minutes, 2 people
- Care instructions
- Clean grill before and after use with a grill brush to remove food and fat from the grill.
- Cleaning Technology
- Cool Touch Handle
- Country of Origin
- H43 x Dia.37cm
- Drip Tray
- Flame Tamers
Help disperse the heat from the burners for more even cooking and protect the burners from juices as food cooks
- Fuel Type
- Grill Dimensions
- 1075cm sq.
- Heat Disperser
Evenly spreads the heat from the burners reducing hot and cold spots and protects the burners from juices as food cooks
- Heat output
- Manufacturer's Guarantee
- 10 year limited warranty
- Porcelain-coated steel enamel bowl and lid, triple nickel plated cooking grate.
- Side Shelf
- Transport wheels
- Viewing Window
- Warming rack
Hungry for success in the 1950s, George Stephen Snr would soon change the way Americans cooked outdoors. Working at Weber Brothers Metalworks in Chicago, manufacturing marine buoys, he decided to chop a metal buoy in half, add air vents and legs and so created the original kettle barbecue. His lidded barbecue looked like a spaceship but it soon took off when people tasted its grilling results.
With post-war Americans embracing less formal entertaining at home, outdoor covered cooking caught on and not long after setting up on his own, George was able to buy out Weber Brothers. Weber gas and electric barbecues went from strength to strength, especially with the arrival of the Weber Genesis in the 1980s. Weber is now known worldwide for its barbecues, tools, covers and other BBQ accessories.More from Weber