Wallart Freestanding Braai

R26,395.00

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The Wallart Freestanding braai can be installed indoors or outdoor. It can be completely freestanding or be used as a wall-mounted braai. The wood storage underneath the freestanding braai is included and ads a beautiful touch to the unit.

  • Black 430 grade stainless steel
  • Easy DIY assembly

Freestanding braai includes:

  • Firestarter/Embermaker
  • Split Grid (2 small single grids)
  • Ash drawer
  • Ashpan
  • Door
  • 1.2m flue
  • Turbo Cowl

Optional extra: Please specify if you would like the 1 large grid instead of the split grid. Cost of large single grid 435x740mm is R1500

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The Wallart Freestanding braai can be installed indoors or outdoor. It can be completely freestanding or be used as a wall-mounted braai. The wood storage underneath the freestanding braai is included and ads a beautiful touch to the unit.

Available in

  • Black 430 grade stainless steel
  • Easy DIY assembly

Freestanding braai includes:

  • Firestarter/Embermaker
  • Split Grid(2 small single grids)
  • Ash drawer
  • Ashpan
  • Door
  • 1.2m flue
  • Turbo Cowl

Optional extra: Please specify if you would like the 1 large grid instead of the split grid. Cost of large single grid is R1500

If you would prefer a Built in braai have a look at our Built-in braai units

Wood braais

Wood braais are part of South African culture. Whether entertaining friends, family, colleagues or just relaxing in front of the fire, this Wallart Freestanding braai creates the ambiance required for any occasion. Most South Africans braai at least once a week and don’t need a reason to light up the fire. The opportunities for a braai are endless. Braaiing is a South African tradition that cuts through cultural and racial lines. South Africans share the love of meat cooked over a wood fire regardless of language, race, or culture.
The food at a braai is delicious, but the whole experience is very social. Waiting for the fire to produce the right amount of heat takes time, then there’s eating, drinking, and more drinking. This is the whole point of a braai: a long social gathering that can last for hours on end.
The main difference between a braai and a BBQ has to be the fire. South Africans will not consider a  braai,  a braai if cooked on a gas grill. The fire will remain lit for the duration of the braai, even after the food’s been cooked. Family, friends or colleagues will gather around the fire after eating and spend the rest of the day or evening there.