Pricing (incl GST)
2 X 1.2 metre lengths of flue (Hi-temp painted stainless steel).
While a standard cowl comes with a Kiwibraai, we do offer other options.
1/. Static cowl with spark arrestor. Originally developed for Central Otago, it is also ideal in dry or crop farming areas to give peace of mind.
2/. Static cowl. This sits neatly on top of the flue, lessening the chance of rain going down the flue when the braai is not in use. Manufactured specifically for areas that get rain without wind. POA
Included with your Braai is a standard round flue, consisting of 2 x 1200mm lengths of Hi-temp sprayed stainless steel. We are also able to provide custom flues to suit build-in situations e.g. where the flue is to go through a roof cavity. POA
Please note these prices don't include freight.
If you are interested in purchasing any of our products please contact us making sure you include relevant delivery details. We will get back to you, normally within 1 or 2 working days, with a quote for freight. If at that stage you wish to go ahead with the purchase just let us know and we will provide an invoice including bank details. Once payment has been received, products will be dispatched, normally within 2-3 working days.
Note - due to demand we don't always have stock on hand but we will always let you know this and provide an ETA. We don't require or expect full payment until just prior to dispatch but you are welcome to confirm an order by paying a deposit. Again, just let us know you want to do this and we will provide an invoice including bank details.
Our preferred method of payment is by internet banking however, we also accept credit card payments either face to face with credit card present or via PayPal. A credit card present will incur a 3% surcharge while a Paypal payment will incur a 4% deposit.
Cleaning your pot
If your pot is new or hasn’t been used for a few months, put it over a big fire and heat it until piping hot, then wipe it thoroughly. Add chunks of fat and let them melt, then smear grease all over the inside. Wipe with kitchen towel or newspaper and your pot is ready to use. Remember that potjies hate soap. When you’ve finished cooking, simply wipe it thoroughly and then fill it with hot water and boil. Pour out the water and wipe it again. Then, just as when the pot was new, add fat and let it melt, then smear the grease around. If you look after your pot, you’ll have a cooking and camping companion for life.