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5 Best Grills in the UK - February 2020

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Updated 19 January 2020
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5 best grills 2020

What Grill to Buy in February 2020?

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Steba VG 90 Weber Q3000 Severin RG 2687 Solis Teppanyaki@Home Rowenta Optigrill
Steba VG 90 Weber Q3000 Severin RG 2687 Solis Teppanyaki@Home Rowenta Optigrill
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1,300W
POWER
6,350W
POWER
1,150W
POWER
2,000W
POWER
2,000W
POWER
72
Features
Good Features
65
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
72
Value for Money
Good
67
Age
8 Years Old
67
Kagoo Score
Good
92
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
91
Features
Fully-Featured
82
Age
2 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent
69
Features
Good Features
66
Age
5 Years Old
62
Kagoo Score
Good
78
Features
Good Features
63
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
65
Kagoo Score
Good
82
Features
Fully-Featured
60
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
66
Kagoo Score
Good
A good spec and low cost grill Type grill. A top-quality but 2 year old grill Type grill. It has a lid, an adjustable thermostat and a thermometer and is portable. A good spec but 5 year old grill Type barbecue. A good spec but 5 year old grill Type grill. A fully featured but 4 year old grill Type BBQ.
2 Reasons For
Cheaper by £255
More Shops Are Selling it
7 Reasons For
Lid
Portable
Two Burners/cooking Zones
310mm Bigger Cooking Surface
Better Kagoo Score
Newer by Two Years
Better Brand
1 Reason For
Two Burners/cooking Zones
2 Reasons For
Lid
Dishwasher-Proof Parts
6 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Lid
Only One Burner/cooking Zone
A Lot Smaller Cooking Surface
Worse Kagoo Score
Older by Over Six Years
Worse Brand
1 Reason Against
Not Currently Available
6 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Lid
45% Smaller Cooking Surface
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Over Two Years Older
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Lid
A Lot Smaller Cooking Surface
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Older by Over Two Years
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
50% Smaller Cooking Surface
Worse Kagoo Score
£255 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over Two Years Older
Worse Brand
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Steba VG 90

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Steba VG 90

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1,300W
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The Steba VG 90 has a Kagoo Score of 67. With a price tag of £52.29 this barbecue is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Steba VG 90.

Features We Love:
Adjustable thermostat

A good spec and low cost grill Type grill.

72
Features
Good Features
65
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
72
Value for Money
Good
67
Age
8 Years Old
67
Kagoo Score
Good

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Steba VG 90

Cheaper by £255

The Steba VG 90 is £255.05 cheaper than the Rowenta Optigrill.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of sellers increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this barbecue.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Steba VG 90

Does Not Have a Lid

The Steba VG 90 does not have a lid (As do the the Severin RG 2687 and the Solis Teppanyaki@Home), but the Rowenta Optigrill and the Weber Q3000 do. More ...

Some barbecues come with a lid which can be closed over the top of grill whilst it is cooking.

A lid on a BBQ is extremely helpful for stopping the spread of smoke, as well as keeping the heat contained, meaning the food cooks quicker, and there's less chance of an accident. It's absolutely essential for trapping the smoke for hot-smoking food as well.

Only One Burner/cooking Zone

The number of burners/cooking zones on the Steba VG 90 is one, but the Weber Q3000 only has two burners/cooking zones. More ...

We do not know the number of burners/cooking zones on the Rowenta Optigrill or the Severin RG 2687. It is possible that they do not have any burners/cooking zones.

The number of burners / cooking zones refers to the quantity of different cooking zones that the barbecue has for cooking different types of food.

More burners and cooking zones means more different areas to cook food on. This is especially helpful if you're trying to cook meat, fish and vegetable dishes all at the same time, and want to separate them out.

A Lot Smaller Cooking Surface

The Steba VG 90 has a cooking surface of 350 (as does the Severin RG 2687), but the Rowenta Optigrill is a 320mm cooking surface barbecue (30mm smaller), the Solis Teppanyaki@Home is a 400mm cooking surface barbecue (50mm bigger) and the Weber Q3000 is a 630mm cooking surface barbecue (280mm bigger). More ...

'Cooking Surface' is the size of the usable cooking area in the BBQ, measured in millimetres.

A larger surface area means there is more space to cook food on, meaning more food can be cooked at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Steba VG 90 has only received a Kagoo Score of 67, whereas the Weber Q3000 scored 80.

Older by Over Six Years

The Steba VG 90 is four years older than the Rowenta Optigrill, three years older than the Severin RG 2687, four years older than the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and six years older than the Weber Q3000.

Worse Brand

Steba barbecues have an average rating of only 70.4%, but Severin has an average rating of 78.1% and Weber has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the VG 90 in the UK is £52.29 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Weber Q3000

Weber Q3000

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Weber Q3000
6,350W
POWER

The Weber Q3000 has a Kagoo Score of 80. With a price tag of £0.00 this barbecue is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Weber Q3000 or read our article on whether you should buy a Weber barbecue.

Features We Love:
Lid
Adjustable thermostat
Portable
Big cooking surface (284,000mm)
Stand included

A top-quality but 2 year old grill Type grill. It has a lid, an adjustable thermostat and a thermometer and is portable.

91
Features
Fully-Featured
82
Age
2 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Looking across the entire Weber barbecue range, the average reviews for all Weber grills are excellent.

7 Reasons For for Choosing the Weber Q3000

Lid

The Weber Q3000 has a lid (as does the Rowenta Optigrill), however the Severin RG 2687, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and the Steba VG 90 do not have this feature. More ...

Some barbecues come with a lid which can be closed over the top of grill whilst it is cooking.

A lid on a BBQ is extremely helpful for stopping the spread of smoke, as well as keeping the heat contained, meaning the food cooks quicker, and there's less chance of an accident. It's absolutely essential for trapping the smoke for hot-smoking food as well.

Portable

The Weber Q3000 is a portable barbecue, whereas the Rowenta Optigrill, the Severin RG 2687, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and the Steba VG 90 are not. More ...

A portable barbecue is one that is designed to be easily transported.

Portable BBQs are far easier to move from place to place, and can be set up anywhere - helpful for impromptu picnics!

Two Burners/cooking Zones

The number of burners/cooking zones on the Weber Q3000 is two, and so does the Solis Teppanyaki@Home, but the Steba VG 90 only has one burner/cooking zone. More ...

We do not know the number of burners/cooking zones on the Rowenta Optigrill or the Severin RG 2687. It is possible that they do not have any burners/cooking zones.

The number of burners / cooking zones refers to the quantity of different cooking zones that the barbecue has for cooking different types of food.

More burners and cooking zones means more different areas to cook food on. This is especially helpful if you're trying to cook meat, fish and vegetable dishes all at the same time, and want to separate them out.

310mm Bigger Cooking Surface

The Weber Q3000 has a cooking surface of 630, but the Rowenta Optigrill is only a 320mm cooking surface barbecue (310mm smaller), the Severin RG 2687 and the Steba VG 90 are both only 350mm cooking surface barbecues (280mm smaller) and the Solis Teppanyaki@Home is only a 400mm cooking surface barbecue (230mm smaller). More ...

'Cooking Surface' is the size of the usable cooking area in the BBQ, measured in millimetres.

A larger surface area means there is more space to cook food on, meaning more food can be cooked at once.

Better Kagoo Score

The Weber Q3000 has received a Kagoo Score of 80, whereas the Rowenta Optigrill scored only 66, the Severin RG 2687 scored only 62, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home scored only 65 and the Steba VG 90 scored only 67.

Newer by Two Years

The Weber Q3000 is two years newer than the Rowenta Optigrill, three years newer than the Severin RG 2687, two years newer than the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and six years newer than the Steba VG 90

Better Brand

Weber barbecues have an average rating of 95%, but Rowenta only has an average rating of 57.8%, Severin only has an average rating of 78.1%, Solis only has an average rating of 61.1% and Steba only has an average rating of 70.4%.

1 Reason Against for Choosing the Weber Q3000

Not Currently Available

We couldn't find any retailers that are currently selling the product. More ...

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Severin RG 2687

Severin RG 2687

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Severin RG 2687
1,150W
POWER

The Severin RG 2687 has a Kagoo Score of 62. With a price tag of £0.00 this barbecue is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Severin RG 2687.

Features We Love:
Adjustable thermostat

A good spec but 5 year old grill Type barbecue.

69
Features
Good Features
66
Age
5 Years Old
62
Kagoo Score
Good

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Severin RG 2687

Does Not Have a Lid

The Severin RG 2687 does not have a lid (As do the the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and the Steba VG 90), but the Rowenta Optigrill and the Weber Q3000 have this feature. More ...

Some barbecues come with a lid which can be closed over the top of grill whilst it is cooking.

A lid on a BBQ is extremely helpful for stopping the spread of smoke, as well as keeping the heat contained, meaning the food cooks quicker, and there's less chance of an accident. It's absolutely essential for trapping the smoke for hot-smoking food as well.

45% Smaller Cooking Surface

The Severin RG 2687 is a 350 cooking surface barbecue, and so does the Steba VG 90. That's 30mm bigger than the Rowenta Optigrill (320mm), 50mm smaller than the Solis Teppanyaki@Home (400mm) and 280mm smaller than the Weber Q3000 (630mm). More ...

'Cooking Surface' is the size of the usable cooking area in the BBQ, measured in millimetres.

A larger surface area means there is more space to cook food on, meaning more food can be cooked at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Severin RG 2687 has only received a Kagoo Score of 62, whereas the Rowenta Optigrill scored 66, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home scored 65, the Steba VG 90 scored 67 and the Weber Q3000 scored 80.

Not Currently Available

This barbecue does not seem to be currently available. More ...

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Over Two Years Older

The Severin RG 2687 is older than the Rowenta Optigrill by six months, older than the Solis Teppanyaki@Home by four months and older than the Weber Q3000 by three years.

Worse Brand

Severin barbecues have an average rating of only 78.1%, but Weber has an average rating of 95%.

Solis Teppanyaki@Home

Solis Teppanyaki@Home

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Solis Teppanyaki@Home
2,000W
POWER

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home has a Kagoo Score of 65. With a price tag of £0.00 this barbecue is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Solis Teppanyaki@Home.

Features We Love:
Adjustable thermostat

A good spec but 5 year old grill Type grill.

78
Features
Good Features
63
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
65
Kagoo Score
Good

1 Reason For for Choosing the Solis Teppanyaki@Home

Two Burners/cooking Zones

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home has two burners/cooking zones, and so does the Weber Q3000, however the Steba VG 90 only has one burner/cooking zone. More ...

We do not know the number of burners/cooking zones on the Rowenta Optigrill or the Severin RG 2687. It is possible that they do not have any burners/cooking zones.

The number of burners / cooking zones refers to the quantity of different cooking zones that the barbecue has for cooking different types of food.

More burners and cooking zones means more different areas to cook food on. This is especially helpful if you're trying to cook meat, fish and vegetable dishes all at the same time, and want to separate them out.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Solis Teppanyaki@Home

Does Not Have a Lid

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home does not have a lid (As do the the Severin RG 2687 and the Steba VG 90), however the Rowenta Optigrill and the Weber Q3000 do. More ...

Some barbecues come with a lid which can be closed over the top of grill whilst it is cooking.

A lid on a BBQ is extremely helpful for stopping the spread of smoke, as well as keeping the heat contained, meaning the food cooks quicker, and there's less chance of an accident. It's absolutely essential for trapping the smoke for hot-smoking food as well.

A Lot Smaller Cooking Surface

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home has a cooking surface of 400, however the Rowenta Optigrill is a 320mm cooking surface barbecue (80mm smaller), the Severin RG 2687 and the Steba VG 90 are both 350mm cooking surface barbecues (50mm smaller) and the Weber Q3000 is a 630mm cooking surface barbecue (230mm bigger). More ...

'Cooking Surface' is the size of the usable cooking area in the BBQ, measured in millimetres.

A larger surface area means there is more space to cook food on, meaning more food can be cooked at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home has only received a Kagoo Score of 65, but the Rowenta Optigrill scored 66, the Steba VG 90 scored 67 and the Weber Q3000 scored 80.

Not Currently Available

We couldn't find any retailers that are currently selling the product. More ...

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Older by Over Two Years

The Solis Teppanyaki@Home is two months older than the Rowenta Optigrill and two years older than the Weber Q3000.

Worse Brand

Solis barbecues have an average rating of only 61.1%, however Severin has an average rating of 78.1%, Steba has an average rating of 70.4% and Weber has an average rating of 95%.

Rowenta Optigrill

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Rowenta Optigrill

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Rowenta Optigrill
2,000W
POWER

The Rowenta Optigrill has a Kagoo Score of 66. However with a price tag of £307.34 this barbecue is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Rowenta Optigrill.

Features We Love:
Lid
Adjustable thermostat
Dishwasher-proof parts

A fully featured but 4 year old grill Type BBQ.

82
Features
Fully-Featured
60
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
66
Kagoo Score
Good

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Rowenta Optigrill

Lid

The Rowenta Optigrill has a lid, and so does the Weber Q3000, but the Severin RG 2687, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home and the Steba VG 90 do not. More ...

Some barbecues come with a lid which can be closed over the top of grill whilst it is cooking.

A lid on a BBQ is extremely helpful for stopping the spread of smoke, as well as keeping the heat contained, meaning the food cooks quicker, and there's less chance of an accident. It's absolutely essential for trapping the smoke for hot-smoking food as well.

Dishwasher-Proof Parts

The Rowenta Optigrill has a dishwasher-proof parts, but the Severin RG 2687, the Solis Teppanyaki@Home, the Steba VG 90 and the Weber Q3000 do not have this feature. More ...

Some barbecues have parts and accessories that are safe to clean in the dishwasher.

Grilling up meat on the BBQ can be a messy business, so being able to throw bits in the dishwasher to clean post-cooking makes cleanup far easier!

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Rowenta Optigrill

50% Smaller Cooking Surface

The Rowenta Optigrill is a 320 cooking surface barbecue. That's 30mm smaller than the Severin RG 2687 and the Steba VG 90 (350mm), 80mm smaller than the Solis Teppanyaki@Home (400mm) and 310mm smaller than the Weber Q3000 (630mm). More ...

'Cooking Surface' is the size of the usable cooking area in the BBQ, measured in millimetres.

A larger surface area means there is more space to cook food on, meaning more food can be cooked at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Rowenta Optigrill has only received a Kagoo Score of 66, however the Steba VG 90 scored 67 and the Weber Q3000 scored 80.

£255 More Expensive

The Rowenta Optigrill is more expensive than the Steba VG 90 by £255.

Less Retailers

Only 1 store sell the Rowenta Optigrill, whereas 2 shops sell the Steba VG 90. More ...

Smaller numbers of retailers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this barbecue and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Two Years Older

The Rowenta Optigrill is older than the Weber Q3000 by two years.

Worse Brand

Rowenta barbecues have an average rating of only 57.8%, whereas Severin has an average rating of 78.1%, Solis has an average rating of 61.1%, Steba has an average rating of 70.4% and Weber has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Optigrill in the UK is £307.34 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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