1. Grand Hall X Series 2
Built in conjunction with Porsche Design Studio, this costs more than some kitchens. It uses Crossray infrared burner tech, which is 40 per cent more efficient than gas, ensures even heat distribution, locks moisture into food and nom nom nom nom nom, frankly. You also get a built-in rotisserie, electronic instruments and gauges and a counterbalanced hood for some seriously satisfying lid action.
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We've been made to wait for it, but the coast is clear to don the shades and start stocking up on grill-friendly grub to singe in the sunshine. Covering all levels of all fresco cooking, from high-end smoking to setting fire to a bucket, here's our pick of the best man-sized barbecues to cater for all your outdoor cooking needs.