Limited Edition & hand built with 100% green energy

All our BBQs  are hand built  using 100% green electricity. We stuck a load of solar panels up on the workshop roof, and we buy in extra on a 100% green tarif so we’re probably climate positive : ) All the cutting, drilling and welding in the workshop is made possible through the electricity generated from the sun, wind and waves….

We sometimes use old oil drums that get brought to us: Castrol, Petronas, Shell and we sometimes use brand new unpainted ones. The old drums are a bit more work to clean out and work on but they look great and with the scaffold board on the sides are made from recycled materials.

The UK steel that goes into the grills has been specially selected for its unique properties and are made from low phosphorous steel which means that after repeated heating and cooling the molecular structure will relatively soft and relaxed. So they wont crack or split over time…

UK Registered Designs on all of range and grills.       Original Jerk is a registered trademark.

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  1. Hi Conan

    I bought a oj j cut Bbq last summer.
    Absolutely loved it (and still do). I’m really happy with it. It easily cooks for 15 people and we all eat at the same time, which is great.
    Can’t wait to start using it again this year.
    Just wondering if you are still selling covers. If you are can I buy one. If not, what size cover should I buy. I had a make shift one but wanna protect that bad boy properly.
    Any help will be great.
    Cheers mate.

    • Hello Alex- good to hear the bbq is good 👍 I’m gonna get some covers soon but needed one now u can get them on eBay- 1500mm bbq cover for perfectly with the shelves on

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