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Weber chimney

mrgrumpy

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While I was at my local Home Depot, I found a Weber chimney for $12.99..... of course I had to get it.

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Dutch

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Those charcoal chimneys make it real nice when you need to add lit briquetts to a firebox. I have a couple that I use-looks like I need to buy a new one this year as the bottom of my old chimney has just about burnt through.
 

icemn62

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That is a great score. I saw one for $14.00 and thought that was too expensive.
 

mrgrumpy

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I have one of the generics that I have had for abt a year. Still good, but I like the larger size of the Weber more. I had been looking at getting one, but most of the time when I see them, they are closer to $16-$18. So when I spotted it, I just grabbed it with no questions asked....

That and the competition season coming on, I could have used a second one last year.

Bill
 

chris_harper

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i bought one at wally world last week. not a weber, but only $9. i like it, as it has a flat bottom. works nice. i wish i had got one earlier.
 

ultramag

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I like the bigger Weber chimneys as well mrgrumpy. You can always not fill up a big one, but you can't light what overflows out of a little one very well. Good price too!
 

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