Aldi Is Selling A Fire Pit That Doubles Up As A Barbecue
Aldi is flogging a fire pit that also doubles up as a barbecue - and I think I speak for all of us when I say, 'shut up and take my money'.
The stone-effect fire pit looks pretty slick, but, of course, the best bit is that it also comes with its own grill you can chuck on top to cook food. Oh, and it won't break the bank either, costing just £49.99.
The snappily named Garden Fire Pit Faux Stone Exterior is available to pre-order online and goes on sale in stores tomorrow; but as ever, it's a Specialbuy so don't hang around if you do fancy one.
According to Aldi's description: "This Fire Pit with faux stone surround will add sophistication to any outside space. Keep warm on chilly summer evenings and impress friends by converting the Outside Fire Pit into a handy cooking grill."
It goes on: "This contemporary garden accessory is a compulsory buy for your garden." So, it looks like we have no choice but to buy it. It's compulsory. Aldi has spoken.
And if that's not quite enough fire for your back garden, then the German-supermarket is also selling these fancy-looking log burners, which will help you make the most of your garden during the changeable (and often shite) British summer.
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The log burner is made from 'durable steel', which is good to know, and costs £59.99.
It measures approximately 94 x 82 x 45cm, offers a lovely 360° view of the fire and even features a handy log grate.
Its description reads: "Make the most of your garden day and night with this Outdoor Log Burner.
"Wave goodbye to chilly evenings outside and hello to a cosy place by the fire.
"Durable and stylish, the black and bronze finished Outdoor Wood Burner has been made with a robust steel frame and is latticed in a steel mesh to help guard against any wayward flames."
Well, that's handy because nothing ruins a get together faster than your garden being ablaze.
It's already sold out online, so if you want one, you'll have to pop in stores from tomorrow - but bring a mate, because Aldi also warn that this takes 'two people to lift'.
Featured Image Credit: Aldi