Whistler Cirencester 6.0 BBQ Outdoor Grill
- DESIGNED TO IMPRESS AND BUILT TO LAST
- 430 Stainless Steel throughout
- LPG Only
- 6 Tubular Stainless Steel Burners
- 12,000 BTU's Main Burner +Sear +Rear
- Ceramic Infrared Back Burner
- 2 Cupboard +2 Drawers
- Battery Operation Ignition
- Covered Hob Side Burner is INCLUDED
- Reversable Cast Iron Griddle Plate is INCLUDED
- Warming Rack +Drip Tray is INCLUDED
- Dimension: Width 221cm | Depth 60cm | Height 119cm
- Cooking Area: 96cm x 43cm
- Rotisserie, Cover and Replacement Griddle Grates (Offered as Optional Extra)
- The Griddle Plate can also be moved to either side of the grill
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- All Whistler Grills are Pre-built
Minimal Assembly Effort - Maximum Cooking Fun!
Get Your GRILL ON with GUSTO!
A beast of a barbecue is the biggest in the Whistler range. We can recommend the Cirencester for both domestic and commercial use, this grill easily caters for large gatherings with its 6 powerful burners.
A highly versatile choice with the multi-grill interchangeable options, allows you to cook different delicious food types at once.
The Whistler Cirencester is designed to allow you to create your very own bespoke outdoor kitchen, personally tailored to suit your home and budget.
The freestanding Cirencester 6 burners are well-established models that have been recently modernised to keep them right up to date in the ever-changing BBQ market.
These grills are extremely adaptable, and are packed with many impressive features, all whilst being fantastic value for money!
Whistler Grills | Care +Cleaning
Stainless Steel parts of this appliance are made from 304 & 430 Grade Stainless Steels.
To preserve the appearance and corrosion resistance of the stainless steel material regular cleaning is required.
Although stainless steel does not rust in the same manner as steel it can still exhibit corrosion blemishes that look similar to rust and detract from the appearance of the appliances.
Unlike steel, the corrosion of stainless steel is mostly confined to the surface and in most cases can be removed by cleaning, returning the surface to almost like new.
DO NOT USE - Cleaners containing chloride
DO NOT USE - Steel Wool
DO NOT USE - Abrasive cleaning compounds (Use cream type)
This appliance should be checked and serviced by an authorised (informed) service person every year to ensure the appliance remains in a safe operational condition.
Turn off, unplug and remove the rotisserie kits (when available) when not in use. After using, clean all metal parts using a dry cloth to avoid rusting. Do not immerse any part in water. Store in a cool dry Place.
CAUTION: Lighting your barbecue
This barbecue is designed for use outdoors, away from any flammable materials.
It is important that there are NO OVERHEAD OBSTRUCTIONS and that there is a minimum distance of 1m from the side or rear of the appliance.
It is important that the ventilation openings of the appliance are not obstructed. The barbeque must be used on a level, stable, non-flammable surface.
The appliance should be protected from direct draughts and shall be positioned or protected against direct penetration by any trickling water ( e.g. rain or drizzle).
Parts sealed by the manufacturer or his agent must not be altered by the user. No modifications should be made to any part of this barbecue and repairs and maintenance should be carried out by a registered service engineer.
If any burner fails to ignite, turn the control knob off (clockwise) and also turn the cylinder valve off. Wait five minutes before attempting to relight with an ignition sequence.
Before cooking for the first time, operate the barbecue for about 15 minutes with the lid closed and the gas turned HIGH.
This will “heat clean” the internal parts and dissipate odour from the painted finish. (The colour of the cooking area may change slightly. This is normal and it is the nature of the stainless steel material)
Any of the following are considered to be abnormal operation and may require servicing:
Yellow tipping of the burner flame
Sooting up of the grill plates
Burners not igniting properly
Burners failing to remain alight
Burners becoming extinguished by trolley doors
Gas valves which are difficult to turn