Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

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Alexander
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by Alexander » Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:11 pm

Buzabbq wrote:Hi Alexander,
I watched the video again, its only really four functions.
Alexander wrote:Hi BuZa,

Thans for your reply. When you use the Stingray BBQ, you simply lift a hamburger with the spatula (1), flip and control a tuna steak with the tong (2), grab a sausage with the toothed tong (3), pierce a vegetable with the fork (4), and gently release it from the fork with the help of the 'launch control' (5). The launch control is activated by gently closing the Stingray BBQ when there is food on the fork. The spatula will gently push the food from the fork, preventing the food from being launched. When you put the Stingray BBQ on the table, the curved spatula makes sure that it will sit up (6) to prevent the table from getting dirty. All this can be done with one hand, leaving the other hand available to hold a plate or a drink. To also be able to open a drink without the need to change tools, a bottle opener (7) is integrated in the lower handle.

Have a Nice day!
Hello 'Buzabbq",

Lets put it to the test and experience the different functions yourself. Just send me your address details and the color you like (orange, black or red) and one will come your way!

Have a nice day!

Alexander


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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by Buzabbq » Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:40 pm

Alexander wrote:
Buzabbq wrote:Hi Alexander,
I watched the video again, its only really four functions.
Alexander wrote:Hi BuZa,

Thans for your reply. When you use the Stingray BBQ, you simply lift a hamburger with the spatula (1), flip and control a tuna steak with the tong (2), grab a sausage with the toothed tong (3), pierce a vegetable with the fork (4), and gently release it from the fork with the help of the 'launch control' (5). The launch control is activated by gently closing the Stingray BBQ when there is food on the fork. The spatula will gently push the food from the fork, preventing the food from being launched. When you put the Stingray BBQ on the table, the curved spatula makes sure that it will sit up (6) to prevent the table from getting dirty. All this can be done with one hand, leaving the other hand available to hold a plate or a drink. To also be able to open a drink without the need to change tools, a bottle opener (7) is integrated in the lower handle.

Have a Nice day!
Hello 'Buzabbq",

Lets put it to the test and experience the different functions yourself. Just send me your address details and the color you like (orange, black or red) and one will come your way!

Have a nice day!

Alexander
Thanks for the offer Alexander but I will pass.
I don't see any real advantage of such a tool.
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by ozwaz » Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:53 pm

Alexander wrote:
Hi Wazza,

We would like you to test and review the Stingray BBQ tool! Just sent me your details and which color you like (orange/black or red) and one will come your way.

Have a nice day!

Alexander
Why not, I'll send you a PM
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Post by Jars » Wed Oct 28, 2015 11:30 pm

A set of sturdy long tongs is already the perfect tool, no need to mess with that!
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by chriso » Thu Oct 29, 2015 6:53 am

Jars wrote:A set of sturdy long tongs is already the perfect tool, no need to mess with that!
If everyone thought this way we'd still be cooking over fire on the ground!

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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by ozwaz » Sun Nov 01, 2015 6:41 pm

Seems it's almost here, has been a busy little globe trotting set of tongs:


Sunday, November 01, 2015 Location Time Piece
17 Clearance processing complete at PERTH - AUSTRALIA PERTH - AUSTRALIA 09:17
16 Arrived at Sort Facility PERTH - AUSTRALIA PERTH - AUSTRALIA 08:59

Saturday, October 31, 2015 Location Time Piece
15 Customs status updated PERTH - AUSTRALIA 11:12

Friday, October 30, 2015 Location Time Piece
14 Departed Facility in LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 12:03
13 Processed at LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 08:12
12 Arrived at Sort Facility LONDON-HEATHROW - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK 06:12
11 Departed Facility in LUTON - UK LUTON - UK 05:05
10 Transferred through LUTON - UK LUTON - UK 05:04
9 Departed Facility in LEIPZIG - GERMANY LEIPZIG - GERMANY 03:59
8 Processed at LEIPZIG - GERMANY LEIPZIG - GERMANY 01:27
7 Arrived at Sort Facility LEIPZIG - GERMANY LEIPZIG - GERMANY 00:50

Thursday, October 29, 2015 Location Time Piece
6 Departed Facility in AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 23:03
5 Processed at AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 00:29

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Location Time Piece
4 Arrived at Sort Facility AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE AMSTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 21:14
3 Departed Facility in ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 20:13
2 Processed at ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 20:12
1 Shipment picked up ROTTERDAM - NETHERLANDS, THE 14:42
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by Burnt offerings » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:35 pm

Two questions.

1, how easy will it be to clean? Especially the "hinge" area.

2, what life will the "hinge" have?
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by steinyboys » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:44 pm

I am not so sure its real yet no one has one, one has been around the world in transit, I was one of the first few to say they would give it a go but never got a invitation, me thinks its not happening :twisted: :twisted: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by ozwaz » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:29 pm

steinyboys wrote:me thinks its not happening :twisted: :twisted: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
I may be able to answer that tomorrow....
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by ozwaz » Mon Nov 02, 2015 7:15 pm

Will have to be tomorrow now:

19 Delivery attempted; recipient not home PERTH - AUSTRALIA 09:05
18 With delivery courier PERTH - AUSTRALIA 08:00
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by ozwaz » Wed Nov 04, 2015 12:22 am

Well it arrived

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busy with kids etc, I'll post up some initial thoughts soon.

In the mean time my wife works at a country school and they have a sausage sizzle tomorrow, so I've asked her to take it and get the guys to cook with it.


Wazza
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Re: Testers wanted for all-in-one BBQ tool!

Post by Alexander » Wed Nov 04, 2015 5:54 am

ozwaz wrote:Well it arrived

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busy with kids etc, I'll post up some initial thoughts soon.

In the mean time my wife works at a country school and they have a sausage sizzle tomorrow, so I've asked her to take it and get the guys to cook with it.


Wazza
Good to hear! Thanks!

Alexander

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Post by chriso » Sun Nov 15, 2015 7:52 am

Anyone used theirs yet?


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