Sick of taking a trip to struggle town every time you try to light your BBQ? Then it sounds like you need the BBQ Charcoal Starter from Darche.
This clever foldable design is made from 201 stainless steel and has small holes on it for air circulation to help generate heat. Soon your charcoal or heat beads will be hot to trot, and ready for use to cook a delicious meal. This starter also comes with a carry bag included for easy storage and transport.
Make lighting your BBQ so much simpler and faster with the BBQ Charcoal Starter from Darche.
Made from 201 stainless steel
Small holes to promote air flow
Carry bag included
In Use Dimensions:
20L x 20W x 30H cm
20L x 20W x 3H cm
201 Stainless Steel | Synthetic Bag
Camping | Home
Darche Charcoal Starter1 answer
Does this produce enough coals for a Dutch Oven setyup or do you need to fire it up twice?
Jeffrey - St Ives, NSW(6 months ago)
That like asking how long a piece of string is. It entirely depends on the size of te oven you're using, if you want coals underneath aswell as ontop, and what you're cooking. You may be able to use one batch, you may need two. You may need to do a couple of batches over a period of time depending on what you're cooking.
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
BBQ Charcoal Starter - is teh intent to use this st get coals started to use in another fire pit?1 answer
Clearly this can be used stand alone however primarily is the intent to use this to get coals started to use in another fire pit?
Ian - Coolah, QLD(1 year ago)
Yes, that's correct. The handles on the side allow you to transfer and tip into a separate fire pit, which makes things abit easier.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Darche BBQ Charcoal Starter1 answer
Is the Darche BBQ Charcoal Starter made in Australia ?
Sean - Dromana, VIC(2 years ago)
No, Darche is Australian owned and operated, but their products are manufactured in China.
Leece - Snowys(2 years ago)
Is the handle hot?1 answer
Will the handle be hot when starting charcoal? Do I need to wear gloves use it? Thanks.
Peng - 2112(3 years ago)
Yes the handle will get hot once your charcoal has started burning, so it would be wise to wear gloves.