Bic Briquettes

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urbangriller
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by urbangriller » Fri Feb 20, 2015 11:31 am

I haven't spotted these yet, but I'm looking...keen to try o Coco Bead.

Chris
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yakabot
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by yakabot » Fri Feb 20, 2015 11:44 am

urbangriller wrote:I haven't spotted these yet, but I'm looking...keen to try o Coco Bead.

Chris
These ones were at Maxi Foods. Don't know if they're over in the west.

yakabot
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by yakabot » Sun Sep 27, 2015 2:20 pm

Bit of a thread dig/bump, but I got a bag of these on special for $5, so worth trying them out. This was at maxi foods in upper fern tree gully if there's anyone local who wants to try a bag. They may be discounted elsewhere or only at this shop.
Will give them a try during the week some time.

FirePlay
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by FirePlay » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:28 pm

I can see them on special in IGAs catalogue this week in Perth for $5.

Haven't seen them in person yet though... I don't spend a lot of time in IGAs...

chrisg
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by chrisg » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:48 pm

FirePlay wrote:I can see them on special in IGAs catalogue this week in Perth for $5.

Haven't seen them in person yet though... I don't spend a lot of time in IGAs...
:)

I have zero affiliation but do have to say that IGA can be extraordinary value and of late getting better :)

Maybe we are lucky, the two nearest to us are managed by guys who love stocking the more arcane stuff :) (It may not be a coincidence that both are South Africans :) )

Cheers

Hogsy
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Re: Bic Briquettes

Post by Hogsy » Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:52 am

I've used them a couple of times now and like them.Image
Compared to a heatbead
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Not as easy to make a snake with because of the size but doable and performed well
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