$45.00

Everything a BBQ'er needs in one handy tool.  This stainless steel and wooden tool folds out to reveal a spatula, a grill fork, a serrated knife, a cork screw and a bottle opener.  Once open the two sides come apart so you can use the spatula and fork separately on the BBQ.

Once at the BBQ with coldie in hand you'll never have to leave the grill to get anything else - it's all here in one tool.  

The tool is made of wood with stainless steel features that measure 40cms when fully extended.  It's heavy, durable and sturdy.

A great gift for the consumate BBQ'er in your life.

Designed by the clever folk at Moana Rd who bring you the bamboo sunglasses








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