You can’t survive very long on a trip on sandwiches and dehydrated meals, which is why the Gamate Voyager BBQ is going to be your new best friend on the road.
The generous cooking surface means that can char, cook and grill to your heart’s content on this thing, and it has a cast iron plate and half grill cooking surface - so you have a few different options. This is ideal to use in your caravan as it is LPG caravan bayonet suitable, and will fit into most caravan tunnel boots.
This powerful stainless steel burner also comes with a rotary ignition for easy lighting – which means you don’t have to fumble with matches. This unit is also easy to take along with you on all your off-the-gird expeditions as its lightweight and compact for easy transport and storage.
To set it up, just fold out the legs and connect it to the gas bottle and you’re ready to get the party started! Whether you want to fire her up for some bacon and eggs for brekkie, or snags and chops for dinner – the portable Gasmate Voyager BBQ will allow you to cook up a storm on the road.
Once assembled my partner was over the moon and loves his new bbq. Will be awesome on our camping trips
How high is the dome and are these suitable for cooking a roast?
The height of the dome/hood is 14cm so since it has a temperature guage, if you have a small roast, it should work fine!
Bbq tools - stainless steel or silicon ?
There is no official recommendation for tools to be used with the Gasmate Voyager Portable BBQ, however, a good set of sturdy metal utensils should do the trick. Silicone doesn't tend to go so well with an open flame which you'll likely get through the grill.
does this come with bayonet fitting to plug into a caravan, gasmate manual does not mention bayonet fitting suitability at all,
This does not come with a bayonet fitting as it's not compatible or recommended for caravan use sorry. We currently don't have any stoves or bbq's compatible with bayonet fittings as regulators are generally built in meaning they would be double regulated on a caravan hence having very poor efficiency.
I have a gas bayonet on my caravan
You can certainly do that, the Companion Gas Hose 3/8" SAE to Bayonet Hose will do the trick nicely which you can have a look at online here.
Can you purchase pot /frying pan stands that will stand over the burner ( after taking the plates off )?
Hi Miles. Unfortunately due to its burner design there are no after market stands to place a boiling pot or frypans on. For this type of design you may need to look more at one of the popular two burner ranges of stoves?
Does the burner run the length of the BBQ?
Howdy Miles. Yes the burner on this unit is two sided and runs the full length of the BBQ.
Low pressure or high pressure LPG? Is the burner run the length of the BBQ? Can you get boiling pot stands that stand over the burner?
Howdy Miles. the burner on this particular BBQ runs the full length of the hotplate and grill as a single double sided burner. It is a low pressure BBQ with a POL fitting and a regulator included in the hose length that is suitable for any of the medium to large bottles with a POL fitting. Due to the design of the burner there isn't a stand available that can be used safely to place a kettle or boiling pot over once the hotplate and grill are removed. Cheers!
Does this bbq have a bake function with the lid down?
The Voyager Portable BBQ has a hooded lid and a temperature gauge so technically you could use it to roast or bake, though we probably wouldn't recommend using it to whip up a batch of muffins!
Hi just wondering how this model stacks up against the gasmate cruiser for build and performance as there hasn't been any reviews.
We’ve had the Cruiser BBQ for a while now, and in general we’ve had positive feedback from customers about how it performs. As for the Voyager, it’s very new to us so we don’t have as much experience with it, but from looking at the different features we can still break down the differences.
Size wise, they are pretty much on par, but the Voyager has an extra 4000 BTU so it’s more powerful than the Cruiser. The Voyager has a half plate half griddle set up so it’s better for grilling, while the Cruiser has a cooking plate and top rack which lets you cook food that needs less heat at the top at the same time as on the plate. The Voyager is also caravan bayonet suitable, so it’s perhaps a little more versatile in that sense.
The Voyager also requires to be assembled before you use it (instructions are inked on the product page) whilst the Cruiser doesn’t – so you might want to keep that in mind as well.
If you want a BBQ you can use straightaway – the Cruiser is the better option, but if you don’t mind assembling things and you want a more powerful model than the Voyager may be better suited to you.
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