Make your Summer Sizzle with the revolutionary, new Outback V5 and V5 Light portable gas BBQs
Despite the unreliable summer weather, there are still dozens of ways to enjoy the Great British Outdoors.
Gone are the days of leaky tents and cooking reheated beans on a tiny stove in the rain – today’sglamorous camping, or “glamping“, is on a much more sophisticated level andwith the new V5 portable gas BBQs, cooking and style don’t need to be compromised.
The cool and compact Outback V5 barbecue combines no less than five interchangeable, cooking surfaces, is fully collapsible, lightweight and easy to transport and the ideal cooking companion allowing you to boil, grill, fry, stir fry and barbeque outdoors.
Even if camping isn’t your thing, but alfresco dining is, the smart sleek designs of the V5 make these grills worthy of a prime spot in your garden or patio, adding a modern feel to your outdoor space.
The V5 has been thoughtfully designed by product design team Renfrew Group International(RGI) in a range of attractive, contemporary, enamelled porcelain colours with five interchangeable cooking surfaces that combine a non-stick dual sided griddle plate/frying pan, BBQ grill plate, a multipurpose pan stand, and a reversible lid that turns into a large capacity wok, this compact piece of kit will surely reignite your love of outdoor cooking.
Featuring cutting edge engineering and the unique ‘no hands-no hinge’ lid , allowing the lid to open without a complicated hinge mechanism, quick release gas connector and an innovative integral fat trap to minimise parts cleaning, the V5 is extremely simple to use to ensure all in one cooking convenience.
With a carry weight of only 17 kg its own stylish canvas bag and easy assembly; you can go from bag to barbeque in minutes.
There’s even a smaller version, the Outlook V5 Light gas barbecue that weighs in at only 9kg and light enough to be carried anywhere.
Spend your summercooking in style with the new Outback V5 and Outback V5 light, available in 2013.
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