The best BBQ accessories

No barbecue is complete without some accessories – tongs, a cover and maybe even a light so you can see what you’re cooking. So before you start trying to turn those sausages over with your fingers, check out our guide to the best BBQ accessories.

BBQ covers

Protect your BBQ from the elements with our range of heavy duty BBQ covers. With reinforced seams, built-in handles and an air ventilation system to ensure rot and mildew don’t become a problem, this cover will extend the life of your BBQ.

Smoking chips

Smoking chips are a great way to introduce flavour to barbecued meat. Easy to use, smoking chips can be used with either kettle or hooded BBQs and are a simple way to enhance the flavour in your cooking.

Flexible BBQ light

This handy BBQ light will help you keep cooking long after the sun has retired for the night. The light can be clamped to your BBQ or attached to any steel surface with the supplied strong magnet. With a 60cm flexible arm and six LED lights, this light is the perfect cooking companion.

BBQ Buddy spatula and tong set

The BBQ Buddy Spatula and Tong Set makes an ideal gift or stylish addition to any BBQ. The long tongs are great for large BBQs and will help keep your hand away from the heat. Made with high quality stainless steel, these utensils feature non-slip grips making them easy to use.

BBQ Buddy large BBQ wipes

These large BBQ wipes are tough, will help break down grease and grime and are disposable. Suitable for use on all BBQ plates, grills, hoods, warming racks, rotisseries, ovens and more, these handy wipes will help you keep your BBQ looking like new.

Gasfuse safety gauge

The Gasfuse Safety Gauge will keep you and your family safe from dangerous gas leaks. The 100% emergency gas shut off ensures that the gas supply is automatically shut off in the event of a major leak or regulator failure. The gauge fits all cylinder sizes (POL screw-in connection).

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BBQ accessories

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