With the Met Office predicting 2016 to be the warmest year on record – making it ‘three in a row’ for UK summer sizzlers – now’s the time to take a close look at the latest additions to the Outback barbecue range.
Taking pride of place in the 2016 Outback Product Guide is the Jupiter 2, 3 and 4-burner gas series, offering a choice of barbecue that we rate as second to none when it comes to design, materials and product technology.
Features that make the Jupiter stand out as a top value barbecue include porcelain-coated cast iron grills and griddle, and the Jupiter 4 burner includes a pizza stone, porcelain enamel griddle and wok as optional extras that can be used as cooking accessories replacing the removable grill – and stored within Jupiter’s exclusive built-in cabinet unit.
With a roasting hood and cabinet doors in a striking red similar to the highly successful Outback Meteor, the Jupiter’s stainless steel control panel and black side tables and legs provide a colour combination guaranteed to make an impact in any garden or patio setting .
While the Jupiter series makes an excellent choice for those new to outdoor entertaining, at the other end of the scale is our newest development – the Outback Signature 4 or 6-burner barbecue in gleaming stainless steel and the highest quality construction.
The Signature has been designed for those discerning al fresco enthusiasts demanding the ultimate in open-air catering, and comes with a host of top-end attractions including cast iron main burners, a ceramic infrared back burner, ultra fast red-hot side burner and kitchen-style storage space.
Both Signature 4 and 6 include a motorised stainless steel rotisserie and heavy duty all-weather cover as standard.
The Signature is factory pre-assembled with its own pallet base for delivery to the customer’s specified location, and was developed after a three-year study revealed a tripling in demand for barbecues at the premium end of the Outback range.
The Jupiter and Signature series are included in Outback’s total of 21 different models across the gas and charcoal barbecue range, so simply click on the product pages to see how you can agree that ‘it’s simply a matter of taste’ in the season ahead.