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Old 29-06-2016, 02:44   #1
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Galley mate 1100 BBQ

Anybody use a Galley mate or have an opinion on one?

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Old 29-06-2016, 03:35   #2
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Re: Galley mate 1100 BBQ

Great BBQ.

I have had two over the years.

They don't blow out if its windy, all others I have had do.

Hard to clean like all BBQs but not polished so you can be aggressive in cleaning without scratching them.

Lighters eventually fail from salt air if left out back all the time as I do.

Cover that comes with them fades in one summer , useless , you will replace that , get one made in Sunbrella.

Also you need to choose if you want open grill or a hotplate or half and half. I think solid plate is standard which I don't like.

I think they are the best for boats although they do not last forever you will replace burners etc over time
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