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GASMATE PLANCHA 470 1 BURNER PORTABLE BBQ

Model No. GM152-155

| RRP: $119.00

GM152-155

A versatile grilling solution offering a large cooking surface with great portability. Ideal for camping, transporting in your campervan, or using on the patio.

Availability: In stock

Features

  • Portable, tabletop design is ideal for camping or alfresco cooking
  • 9.7MJ/hr rectangular-shaped stainless steel burner provides even heat distribution
  • Hard-wearing 430 grade stainless-steel body with powder coat
  • Spacious 470 x 360mm enamel coated hotplate Piezo ignition for effortless lighting
  • Easy access removable drip tray
  • Supplied with hose and regulator so it’s ready to use
  • Operates on an LPG cylinder
  • Approved to NZ Standards

Number of Burners

1

Output MJ/h

9.7

Total Cooking Area (mm)

470 x 360

Ignition

Piezo

Side Burner

NO

Rear Burner

NO

Fuel Type

LPG

Assembled Depth (mm)

380

Assembled Height (mm)

195

Assembled Width (mm)

485

Assembly Required

Yes

Customer Reviews

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Susan Todd
Love it

I've been using this cooker camping and I love it. It's versatile, portable and easy to clean. Very happy with my purchase.

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Jason van Beurden
No one will like this feedback

The unit arrived and required some assembly - So far, so good. 
Base unit ✅ feet ✅ drip plate ✅ regulator ✅ hot plate ✅ feet screws 5 ? Stud screws 5 ? Washers 5 ? Nuts 3!
Fortunately, I found something with an M6 thread I could use that had a large enough diameter.
Try to fit the studs to the plate... 3 go in fine. One required thread cleaning of the hole.

Fit gas... Lights fine.

Take it camping. There's a bit of a breeze. A shield had to be placed around the unit to get the plate to heat up. I was expecting a hot plate for cooking a steak. It was barely adequate with the shielding. Took forever to cook a sausage.

The thing weighed a ton and couldn't pack as a unit for transport: Regulator hose sticking out the side, studs protruding from inverted hot plate...

I would not recommend this product.

Design changes I would (and probably will) make: remove levelling from the hot plate. Make the feet on the base unit adjust for levelling.
Without studs protruding from the hot plate, it could be seated better using just simple cap screws. Incorporate high temp rubber grommets on location holes to minimise heat transfer and also rattling during transport.
Mount hose so it can be coiled, or find another solution.
If no case provided for the unit, make a handle that wraps around and secures everything in place.
Find some way to secure the drip tray & prevent it rattling during transport.
Incorporate some form of draught excluder.

Like I said. I would not recommend this product. 

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