Weber Bean Cellars - Page 2

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#11: Post by JB90068 (original poster) »

BruceWayne wrote: I just put directly in the freezer.
That's what I do with the Lyn cellars. Since the Webers are glass, I keep them on the counter. Even empty, they look good.
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The Chinese knockoffs were, in fact, insufficient!



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OH WOW! From that image, they look almost identical! How do they perform? Any difference?

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Question: Does the Craig Lyn cellar fit in Weber wood caddy?

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justie wrote:OH WOW! From that image, they look almost identical! How do they perform? Any difference?
Those are the originals I think, not knockoffs.

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#16: Post by JB90068 (original poster) »

otree wrote:Question: Does the Craig Lyn cellar fit in Weber wood caddy?
No, Craig's are slightly bigger. He does offer different bases for his.
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#17: Post by lippstuh »

EdTW wrote:The Chinese knockoffs were, in fact, insufficient!
For most things, I prefer to follow the "buy once, cry once" advice, especially if you're anything like me. I'm very particular and have high respects of using high quality products. But I know some people don't care at all and will be completely happy with knockoffs. Nothing wrong with that at all.