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Anyone in their right mind knows that summer means barbecue. We’d barbecue breakfast, lunch and dinner if we could. So for anyone who claims to worship at the sacred church of charcoal, we bring you this BBQ Branding Iron, the providential al fresco dining tool we’ve all been waiting for.
Picture it: you’re cooking away at the barbie, you’ve spice rubbed the chops, you’ve pulled the pork, the coleslaw’s gleaming at you in the sun, and you’ve already clocked the steak that NEEDS to be yours. Now you can claim it in your name with a simple press of the iron!
You can write anything you like on whatever cuts of meat you’ve got cookin’. But once something’s named, it’s claimed! And no one can argue with you.
** PLEASE KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES!! **
Having tested the product out , the result is fairly good. The lettering could definitely do with being larger , and the setting up is fiddly due to the size of the letters. The method for holding the letters in place needs to be looked at as it is easy for the letters to fall out in the fire. If this happens , it's pretty much game over. Overall , the product is just ok
Mike blease | 30/01/17
This is a brilliant product and my other half loved it he says bring on the BBQ weather! I am sure he will have great fun using this in the summer.
Jacqui Edwards | 11/01/17
Did just the job as my brother is a chef, he is always difficult to buy for, he travels a great deal so this was a great option. Will need to wait until summer to see how the product performs.
Ian Jones | 03/01/17
A great present for anyone into their food bought for my brother who loves to cook steaks and all so brilliant gift that can be used again and again shipping fast and good quality item used this website for years still love it
georgie wilkinson | 18/05/16
Product is brilliant. The find me a gift website was easy to use, brilliant service and product arrived exactly on time. Would definitely recommend them to friends and family
Alison Keeling | 24/04/16
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