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Hi All

I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.

Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)

Thanks

Graeme


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Hi All

I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.

Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)

Thanks

Graeme

As I recall Hibatchi have something of that nature, you can even use it as a
barbie too :-)

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Hi All

I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.

Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)

Thanks

Graeme

As I recall Hibatchi have something of that nature, you can even use it as
a barbie too :-)

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That's what I was about to suggest. They are very portable.

Liz


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G'day Graeme

I've been wanting a brazier and just missed a 'new' one at the markets
on Saturday, as I arrived at a stall, the lady in front of me turned to
walk away and had it in her hands!! @#$%^&*

Anyway, I checked and there are two on eBay, although postage costs
would be quite high if you weren't in their area .....

http://tinyurl.com/2u9gwr

http://tinyurl.com/ywgooj

And then there's this one.....

http://tinyurl.com/2767p5

NO affiliation with either seller, it's just that I'm looking for one
myself.

Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:
Hi All

I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.

Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)

Thanks

Graeme

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Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)

syracuse wrote:

Hi All

I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.

Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)

Thanks

Graeme



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On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:
Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)



syracuse wrote:
Hi All


I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.


Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)


Thanks


Graeme- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Hi all

Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.

Graeme


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No problem Bunnings, stock them!

syracuse wrote:
On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:
Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)



syracuse wrote:
Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Hi all

Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.

Graeme


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On Apr 2, 5:44 pm, Jack wrote:
No problem Bunnings, stock them!

syracuse wrote:
On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:
Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:
Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -


Hi all


Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.


Graeme


Those little things at Bunnings are pretty ordinary quality.
BBQs Galore sell some braziers that are of reasonable quality.
Otherwise, Innovative Imports sell good quality units :
http://www.chiminea.com.au/
I purchased one years ago from them, the quality was fantastic. (The
chimney was detachable, very handy. Too bad they don't stock that
model any more)

They are all heavy though, so if you're not near Camberwell, VIC
postage would be pretty expensive.



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On Apr 3, 3:39 pm, "Vampyre" wrote:
On Apr 2, 5:44 pm, Jack wrote:





No problem Bunnings, stock them!


syracuse wrote:
On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:
Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:
Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -


Hi all


Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.


Graeme


Those little things at Bunnings are pretty ordinary quality.
BBQs Galore sell some braziers that are of reasonable quality.
Otherwise, Innovative Imports sell good quality units :http://www.chiminea.com.au/
I purchased one years ago from them, the quality was fantastic. (The
chimney was detachable, very handy. Too bad they don't stock that
model any more)

They are all heavy though, so if you're not near Camberwell, VIC
postage would be pretty expensive.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Well! Thanks all. I went to Bunnings, then BBQ's galore. Found exactly
what I was looking for: a small chiminea.

And I bought an Hibachi kettle type BBQ.

Function, this time, won over form. (The small balcony!!)(sigh!)


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Can you tell me how much you paid for the brazier? Thanks

syracuse wrote:
On Apr 3, 3:39 pm, "Vampyre" wrote:

On Apr 2, 5:44 pm, Jack wrote:






No problem Bunnings, stock them!


syracuse wrote:

On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:

Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:

Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Hi all


Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.


Graeme


Those little things at Bunnings are pretty ordinary quality.
BBQs Galore sell some braziers that are of reasonable quality.
Otherwise, Innovative Imports sell good quality units :http://www.chiminea.com.au/
I purchased one years ago from them, the quality was fantastic. (The
chimney was detachable, very handy. Too bad they don't stock that
model any more)

They are all heavy though, so if you're not near Camberwell, VIC
postage would be pretty expensive.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -



Well! Thanks all. I went to Bunnings, then BBQ's galore. Found exactly
what I was looking for: a small chiminea.

And I bought an Hibachi kettle type BBQ.

Function, this time, won over form. (The small balcony!!)(sigh!)




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On Apr 4, 3:12 pm, HC wrote:
Can you tell me how much you paid for the brazier? Thanks



syracuse wrote:
On Apr 3, 3:39 pm, "Vampyre" wrote:


On Apr 2, 5:44 pm, Jack wrote:


No problem Bunnings, stock them!


syracuse wrote:


On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:


Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:


Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Hi all


Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.


Graeme


Those little things at Bunnings are pretty ordinary quality.
BBQs Galore sell some braziers that are of reasonable quality.
Otherwise, Innovative Imports sell good quality units :http://www.chiminea.com.au/
I purchased one years ago from them, the quality was fantastic. (The
chimney was detachable, very handy. Too bad they don't stock that
model any more)


They are all heavy though, so if you're not near Camberwell, VIC
postage would be pretty expensive.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Well! Thanks all. I went to Bunnings, then BBQ's galore. Found exactly
what I was looking for: a small chiminea.


And I bought an Hibachi kettle type BBQ.


Function, this time, won over form. (The small balcony!!)(sigh!)- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


$39 & it was an Hibarchi. I tried it last night & it very good.

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Thanks!! Must get one soon.

Bronwyn ;-)

syracuse wrote:
On Apr 4, 3:12 pm, HC wrote:

Can you tell me how much you paid for the brazier? Thanks



syracuse wrote:

On Apr 3, 3:39 pm, "Vampyre" wrote:


On Apr 2, 5:44 pm, Jack wrote:


No problem Bunnings, stock them!


syracuse wrote:


On Apr 2, 4:43 pm, HC wrote:


Oh....The Warehouse used to have them too but our local store seems to
have closed, don't know when, but it's totally deserted. Hope your's is
still open.
Bronwyn ;-)


syracuse wrote:


Hi All
I haven't posted here for a number of years as I am now a unit dweller
(regretably) but I have tried to turn the balcony into a minimalist
Babylon with grape vine, lime tree, olive tree, herbs, vegies & a few
flowers & ferns. Hopefully I will be able to replant most when I
return to an area that will support a larger garden.
Anyway, I miss my Chiminea. Is it possible to get a small cast iron
unit that will run on heat beads? (I have tried a search on the net)
Thanks
Graeme- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Hi all


Yeah! They could be the go. I did see a small chiminea a few years
ago; about maybe 1 metre high & proportional. It may have been a non-
working display model.


Graeme


Those little things at Bunnings are pretty ordinary quality.
BBQs Galore sell some braziers that are of reasonable quality.
Otherwise, Innovative Imports sell good quality units :http://www.chiminea.com.au/
I purchased one years ago from them, the quality was fantastic. (The
chimney was detachable, very handy. Too bad they don't stock that
model any more)


They are all heavy though, so if you're not near Camberwell, VIC
postage would be pretty expensive.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Well! Thanks all. I went to Bunnings, then BBQ's galore. Found exactly
what I was looking for: a small chiminea.


And I bought an Hibachi kettle type BBQ.


Function, this time, won over form. (The small balcony!!)(sigh!)- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -



$39 & it was an Hibarchi. I tried it last night & it very good.



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