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[Amazon Canada] Grill Pro BBQ chimney starter 9.99 ADD-ON

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TehRFDAnomaly wrote:
Aug 20th, 2019 4:42 pm
In for 1, albeit a bit late in the season. Smiling Face With Sunglasses
Um...every season is BBQ season.
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Tempted on this, but hoping for weber ones to go on clearance soon.
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darkstar107 wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:14 am
Um...every season is BBQ season.
Sous vide + sear is all season ;)
one more deal and I'm out * involuntary tick*.... :twisted:
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timonwong wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:18 am
Tempted on this, but hoping for weber ones to go on clearance soon.
I couldn't wait....bought the full size Weber for $24.99. It is amazing, what a difference using a charcoal chimney. The quality is nice and it should last for years....good investment.
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Third Eye wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:50 am
I couldn't wait....bought the full size Weber for $24.99. It is amazing, what a difference using a charcoal chimney. The quality is nice and it should last for years....good investment.
Would I need the full size for the 22" weber kettle? or is the smaller chimney good enough? It is just physically bigger than what I imagined it to be when I saw it in store
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frankyCrankie wrote:
Aug 20th, 2019 7:52 pm
had this since prime day, its a lil hard to get coals started with just paper, i added some twigs and pine cones that i find on the ground to make the flames last longer.

as the previous posters said, there aren't enough holes at the bottom, I'm going to drill some when I get home
Used the Weber one (at full price) and it starts so easy with just paper. The coals were ALL glowing in minutes.
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timonwong wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:52 am
Would I need the full size for the 22" weber kettle? or is the smaller chimney good enough? It is just physically bigger than what I imagined it to be when I saw it in store
I thought about the small one. But went for the big one even for my 14" Smokey Joe.

I have a feeling I will be addicted to this now and will need it with the inevitable larger grill purchase in the future.
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Bought a generic one at Dollarama last summer. It's not a Weber, but does the same and works well.
For me, starters don't need to be high quality. it's a simple task - $4 bucks is a fair price.
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timonwong wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:52 am
Would I need the full size for the 22" weber kettle? or is the smaller chimney good enough? It is just physically bigger than what I imagined it to be when I saw it in store
Definitely go with the bigger one for the 22" kettle. Small one would be better for the portable units like the go anywhere.
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timonwong wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2019 10:52 am
Would I need the full size for the 22" weber kettle? or is the smaller chimney good enough? It is just physically bigger than what I imagined it to be when I saw it in store
You can do fewer coals in a full-sized chimney, but if you need more in a small one you're doing a second batch.
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Chrno wrote:
Aug 20th, 2019 8:12 am
I have this chimney. Got it when Home Depot was clearing them out for just over $9. It works ok, but I would suggest drilling some holes with a 1/2" drill bit in the charcoal basket area to allow more air flow. It helps light the charcoals much faster.
Gonna do this. Mine takes a little longer than I want to heat up.

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