The Rondo Slate Masonry BBQ with Free Rotisserie Included!
A superb high quality Barbeque which is ideal for any Garden. The BBQ has an oval shape and is built of Slate to ensure durability.
The Rondo Slate Masonry BBQ can use charcoal for a great taste on your BBQ Food. It works by drawing air from the underside of the BBQ which produces a reliable and hot Grill. The BBQ comes with Grill and Fire tray, as well as relevant instructions and a manual rotisserie spit.
This Masonry BBQ can also be equipped with the comprehensive range of BBQ accessories like its own pizza oven - which is one of the reasons why the Rondo is considered the most luxurious Masonry BBQ.
Stunning BBQ features, a unique design utilising a dark slate to give a striking appearance and high quality finish.
Delivered direct to your door with full, easy to follow instructions. Add some fire proof silicone or cement when building to ensure stability. You will be able to assemble the BBQ with ease and in no time.
The Pizza Oven is an option which can be added.
Dimensions 206cm x 119cm wide x 77cm deep Grill - 58 x 40 cm
- Weighs a total 800kg
- Free delivery to a mainland UK address
- 12 month warranty
01 September 2018 by: MAUREEN allan I feel this bbq is a bit on the low side ( height wise) and also too much air gets in through the are vents, the coals also get white hot and the food cooks to quick or burns, good looking bbq but this is what I find as the down side to it
26 June 2017 by: Char Great BBQ but was so so heavy even with 3 very very strong scaffolders could not life the top piece in place we had to get a engine life to do this then a couple strong men to push in place . Don't recommend the pizza oven cooks lovey but don't stay in place and keeps on moving and slanting and falling which is quite dangerous when charcoal is hot can't get on with the pizza oven at all and the temperature temperature Gauge doesn't work either but over all the bbq is excellent once up
Rondo slate finish
14 April 2017 by: Tom kearney Nice BBQ when set up but not a diy job would need lots of plant to lift top section into place might manage with 4 strong men We had pallet truck to move to site location then a genny lift to lift top section off pallet but looks good now in place