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Gas Barbecue

2 categories a Gas Barbecue
Gas Barbecue portable Weber Q1200 OFFER
272,77 € 284,14 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber portable Q2200 OFFER
368,31 € 387,70 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber Spirit E-215 OFFER
543,68 € 560,50 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber Spirit II E-310 GBS OFFER
585,59 € 603,70 €
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Gas barbecue Weber Summit S-670 GBS Stainless Steel OFFER
3.095,52 € 3.641,78 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber Spirit E-315 OFFER
621,04 € 690,04 €
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Gas barbecue Weber Genesis E-435 BBQ GBS OFFER
1.657,29 € 1.726,34 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber Traveler Stealth Edition OFFER
476,66 € 491,40 €
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Gas Barbecue Weber Spirit II E-210 GBS OFFER
455,16 € 474,13 €
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Gas barbecue Weber Genesis E-335 BBQ GBS
Gas Barbecue Weber Spirit II E-320 GBS OFFER
669,34 € 690,04 €
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Barbecue NAPOLEON Freestyle 425 SIB Recommended
442,04 €
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How does a gas barbecue work?

A gas barbecue operates efficiently and simply. To start, its ignition is quick and convenient. You just need to press a button, and the gas burners will ignite immediately. These burners run on propane or butane gas, which turns into a gas when released, allowing the barbecue to be ready for cooking in a matter of minutes, usually around 15 minutes, depending on the number of burners the barbecue has.

How much does a gas barbecue consume?

The consumption of a gas barbecue varies depending on the type of gas you use, whether it's propane or butane. Typically, a gas barbecue consumes about 0.08 kg of propane gas per kilowatt-hour of operation. To give you an idea, if you use a standard 11 kg propane gas bottle on a 9 kW gas barbecue, you can enjoy about 15 hours of continuous use before needing a new bottle.

What are the costs associated with using a gas barbecue?

The costs associated with a gas barbecue include the initial investment in the barbecue itself and possibly in additional accessories such as cooking utensils and stands. Additionally, you'll need to purchase propane or butane gas bottles, the price of which may vary depending on the location and local supplier. Despite these costs, long-term use is usually cost-effective due to the efficiency and convenience offered by the gas barbecue.

In what places is the use of a gas barbecue particularly recommended?

A gas barbecue is highly recommended in places where smoke restrictions, such as in apartments with balconies, make the use of charcoal barbecues problematic. Furthermore, in campgrounds where the use of wood or charcoal is often prohibited for safety and neighbor disturbance reasons, a gas barbecue allows you to enjoy a delicious barbecue meal without worries.

How often should a gas barbecue be cleaned, and with what products?

Cleaning a gas barbecue is relatively simple and can be done after each use. It is recommended to use specific cleaning products designed for gas barbecues, designed to remove grease and cooking residues. Make sure the parts are cool enough before starting and regularly clean the grease trays for optimal performance.

What are the advantages of gas barbecues?

Here are the key advantages of gas barbecues:

  • No long heating times.
  • Adjustable temperature and even heat distribution.
  • Easy ignition thanks to Piezo ignition.
  • Easy to clean with no significant smoke or smokiness emission.
  • Suitable for use in confined spaces and on balconies.
  • Quick shutdown after cooking.
  • Possibility to create a complete barbecue station with accessories.

After considering all the advantages, you only need to decide whether you prefer a Weber gas barbecue or a Napoleon gas barbecue.

What accessories do I need for my gas barbecue?

In general, a gas barbecue comes equipped with what you need for cooking, such as grates and burners. However, depending on your preferences, you can purchase additional accessories such as cooking utensils, plate stands, and cleaning tools. The choice of accessories depends on how you want to customize your barbecue experience and make it even more convenient and enjoyable.

Many of our gas barbecues have side tables where you can comfortably place your barbecue utensils. If this space is not enough for you, you can, for example, set up a small side table to have a secure place to put tongs, aprons, barbecue food, and possible additions like smoking wood or spices.