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Gasmate Voyager BQ1075

Gasmate Voyager BQ1075

4.1 from 7 reviews

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ChrisFar North Queensland, QLD

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Tinny an flimsy mechano set


BBQ comes completely disassembled and you will need to put it together. Legs feel like they could give way at any time. Cooking a roast in a backing tray worked out well. Bacon and eggs on the other hand stuck no matter what. Should of shopped around more. Walked into anaconda and saw a much better quality one for the same price

Purchased in November 2019 at 4WD Supacentre Online store for $108.00.

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JessSydney, NSW

  • 3 reviews
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Cheap, efficient and easy to clean


Love this bbq, we love cooking sausages, chicken kebabs and veggies on it. It heats up really quickly and cooks in no time. We only have 3 people but I think you could easily cook for me. Love how you can cook with lid open or closed. It’s really easy to clean the plates as you can detach them and wash them in the kitchen sink, You can’t beat the price for $89 it’s fab. It’s really lite too so would be fine to take camping etc.

Date PurchasedJan 2019
jenny wren

jenny wrensimpson

  • 4 reviews
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Good things come in small packages


A compact affordable bbq , easy to assemble (excellent kit/ instructions included) Built in thermometer..2 different cast iron plates. All the features the big boys have without the hefty price tag. Will be tempted to experiment beyond snags and burgers. Ticks all my boxes. Very happy. Even delivery time over Xmas period was excellent!

Date PurchasedDec 2018

Cheap and flimsy defintely nothing like a webber


Cheap and flimsy design. Coating scratches easy wont be long b4 rust and replacement. Legs are flimsy too. All constructed from thin sheet metal. Will replace with a webber when this turns to junk. The first bbq one of the handles broke on assembly. Returned and had to get another whole bbq ovee just swapping a handle thanks to 4wdsupacentre in dandenong.

Date PurchasedDec 2018



Very user friendly


Put together easy and cooks well. Sold the baby Q and bought this because it is so much more convenient in size, cleaning and storage. At less than half the price of other brands, thoroughly recommend it.
Have cooked bacon and eggs (of course), lamb roast and scones so far. Love experimenting.

Date PurchasedSep 2018

Happy camper


I have just purchased the voyager to replace the Weber baby q because it is smaller and lighter. I ordered it on Thursday night and it was delivered Monday afternoon. How good is that? It took us a while to put together because of the fiddly screws, washers and nuts, but that was just us, someone younger could have done it a lot quicker. I cooked a small lamb roast last night which was cooked well. Only issue was the thermostat didn’t seem accurate because it didn’t go above 150 degrees. Looking forward to some more experimentation.

Date PurchasedSep 2018



  • 22 reviews
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Brilliant portable gas BBQ, super easy to assemble with all tools/nuts/bolts supplied


Wow, what a fantastic portable BBQ
It was super easy to assemble and better it actually came with all tools/nuts/bolts supplied. It came with a screwdriver and spanner plus all nuts and bolts.
The instructions to assemble were thankfully not a translation but actual proper instructions, easy to read and understand.

The BBQ is great to use, had a hood and inbuilt thermostat for cooking roast style and two great cast iron cooking plates, not the lightweight steel.

The only issue if the very (Very) small drip tray but a tinfoil baking tray underneath overcomes this. It's very lightweight to carry but is however well built, especially given it had two cast iron cooking plates, one flat plate and one grill plate.

Date PurchasedMar 2018

Questions & Answers

Debbie P.

Debbie P.asked

Could you cook a 2kg leg of lamb in it?

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Is it safe to cook on this bbq with the legs folded under?

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I have just bought a gasmate voyager and assembled it. Having folleed step 5 - 'attach the gas valve assembly ensuring the injector is located into the burner tube....' there is a square hole where the injector pushed into the burner tube sleeve. Should this be there (for an air mix) or is there a piece missing which would result is gas escaping ?
The square holes match up exactly and you can aee straight through .
I would attach a photo but cant find an option for that.
Youre help would be appreciated.

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jenny wren
jenny wren

Gavylad everything was in the box. It was very straight forward. Just followed the instructions. For further assistance there's a decent unpack utube video you can watch. Good luck.


As I'm the one that opened the box Im the only one of the 2 of us who knows what was in there. Its very straight forward, yes, and there is still a square shaped hole in the gas injector which is either an air intake (safe) or a route for escaping gas (unsafe).
If it is an air intake then writing in the instruction booklet would help identify it as such, along with the 'check seals for leaks' advice which is all Im doing now.
Your advice on which it is will be very much appreciated.
Many thanks again.

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