Weber® Small Drip Trays (Pack of 10)
Small Aluminium Drip Trays.
- Pack of 10
- Suitable for:
Weber® Q® barbecues.
Genesis® II and Genesis® II LX 2 and 3 burner barbecues.
- Also ideal for cooking small dishes in which require trays like; potato dauphinoise, roast veg or even small cakes.
- Measures: 12.7 x 19.1 x 3.6cm
Great item for collecting the oil/fat from your bbq and making the cleaning so simple. Perfect fit and easy to fit/remove.
Makes cleaning the BBQ that much easier. These can be used several times, which makes them good value.
Bought these as a back so that I have plenty in stock
Great Weber items, very keenly priced and missile quick delivery - couldn’t fault their service at. Will definitely be a returning customer.
Perfect for the Q3200
Very good idea to use tinfoil trays. And a great price for a pack of ten
Great, I used to buy Al food trays from Tesco but Weber are much cheaper
These fit the drip tray carrier on my Weber BBQ. They can cost up to four times as much from other sellers, so I shall be contacting Riverside again when I need more.
Perfect for the Q. Cheap too.
They're great, do what they're supposed to and cheap as chips!
These are the quality product that is synonymous with the name Weber...
Its a silver foil tray - not much more to say!
Very good worth buying
Good price and good delivery.
Small multi purpose drips trays, excellent Weber quality too, does exactly what a drip tray is supposed to do, perfect.
Haven't been using these to catch drips as the standard drip tray on our BBQ is dishwasher safe. Have been using them for BBQing veg - they have been great for these and have stood much washing and re-using.
Bought these as they were on offer and think 10 should last a while as haven’t needed a new tray every time we’ve used the bbq.
Does what it says in packet, could by cheaper ones
Very good idea.
Excellent - a great idea to localize the mess and make it easy to clear up. I live adjacent to a number of fields and the wind can get quite strong so I keep my Q end on to the wind to avoid the Q being blown over. This does mean that the trays blow out sometimes whilst I'm cooking. I'm trying to bring my abysmal knowledge of aerodynamics to the problem to discover a bend or bends to the rim that would keep the trays in place.