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Post by docta » March 15, 2008, 9:51 pm

The picture above & the feedback below belong to one of our fine Aussie brothers,
Rick Bassett. Thanks, Mate

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Well, what can I say.
These guys are the best. Even before I had seen the SS Deluxe that we bought, the service & friendly genuine approach of these guys was AA++.
Doc & Sawitta made it all so easy for us. Delivery and service to say nothing of the BBQ which I believe is fabulous. We cook everything, from Steaks to Seafood.
BBQ is easy to clean & maintain, and the craftsmanship is superb.
I cannot fault anything about these guys and there product.

Cheers Doc, you've got a great product & service to match.



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Post by docta » March 23, 2008, 5:29 pm

Another positive comment from a recent & happy Quik-Fire customer in No. Bangkok.
Thanks, Ian

Hi Doc,

I'm extremely pleased with your product, packing, delivery, transportation and the
pre and post sales service. I can't recommend you guys highly enough. I'll be
saying good things about you and your products to any potential BBQ buyer!!!

Thanks again - Ian

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Post by rickyb62 » March 27, 2008, 12:29 pm

Doc's
BBQ's are A1 guys, bought a SS Delux.
Hey, at the end of the day you pay for what you get.
The quality and service is great.
Rick

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Post by docta » March 30, 2008, 11:53 am

Quik-Fire is proud to announce the introduction of our new Hand Crafted Charcoal BBQ line.

These two custom units were ordered by two fellas in Phuket, and sent off yesterday.
What do you think fellas, nice lookin', yeah?
Only at Quik-Fire...Where your barbecuing dreams can come true...

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Post by docta » April 4, 2008, 8:15 am

This handcrafted gas fired Pig BBQ was ordered by Stuart Wright for his B&B resort in beautiful Kanchanaburi.
Stuart is also a world traveled fine Silversmith for those of you that may desire the services of such a skilled craftsman.

We began this project by constructing a full size working prototype to insure the 1st production model for Stuart would be spot on. (As seen in the 1st picture setting behind our large SS Master Deluxe)

The only specs we had to begin with was Stuart's request to have a 50cm wide pig fit inside, with a 1 meter long bbqing rack.

We designed and constructed this model so heavy duty motor and all rotisserie accessories could be easily be removed for regular bbqing.

As seen, Stuart also ordered a large stainless holding tray, and a custom stainless sausage holder.

Enjoy….

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Post by The Farmer » April 4, 2008, 9:28 am

Doc,I am impressed.
Waiting for my own pigs at the farm again,
you will get my order.
Raising pigs,there are always some rands,like to have it a little bit warmer :D
We are planning a snall restaurant at our new farm,and there will be a BBQ-corner.
So.let,s dream.
Sitting with friends in our new wine-cellar,under earth,with all this nice natural stones around,(Tere are a lot)having a small Wild pork at your PIG BBQ,tender,
red wine from old good Germany,(forget the new one,now it,s russia)
serving with all this nice girls here around,
throw the bones behind,

regards
The Farmer

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Post by Bob4you » April 4, 2008, 8:05 pm

That pig roaster is impressive. Now that you have the prototype how much to have a second one made with same HD motor.

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Post by docta » April 5, 2008, 8:57 am

Hi Bob4you, April 5, 2008

Thanks for the inquiry.

The price of the prototype did not enter in to the end cost as the manufacturer built it at his expense for reference and refinement of the working mechanisms for the first production model, and later orders.
He knows I'm a stickler when it comes to Quality Control.
We special ordered the heat resistant paint primer which takes heat to 600F, and have an ample supply. The silver/black mix finish coat takes up to 800f.
The motor is a brute and turns at 10 RPM, another difficult find, but is available to us now.

This is a time consuming and labor intensive unit to handcraft correctly.

It is not inexpensive, however, it depends on how one looks at it.

Our Pig BBQ/Roaster, price; 55,000B

With steel prices surging, along with across the board increases in overall manufacturing costs, this price may be increased in the near future. We’ll keep the current price as long as possible.

In the picture below is a current price comparison.
This imported counter top, assembly line made, half steel/half stainless barbecue can
be purchased in Bangkok, and shipped to you unassembled in a cardboard box for 59,900 + shipping.
You can see the differences in size, material, labor involved, and price, of our Quik-Fire large Hand Crafted commercial Barbecue/Smoker.


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Post by Bob4you » April 5, 2008, 9:13 am

Thanks for the quick reply.

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Post by docta » April 11, 2008, 1:06 pm

Quik-Fires new Full Griddle.
Remove BBQ rack, set in Full Griddle. Works great!

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Post by laphanphon » April 11, 2008, 2:26 pm

wow, haven't peeked at this thread in a while. congrats, some very nice stuff. keep up the good work. that griddle looks nice, flashback to my childhood, when stoves had griddle in the middle of top burners, then double oven w/broiler underneath, well, at least mom's did. i kept around as long as possible.

now, could you coat everything with teflon, so we can watch our better halves scratch the teflon off.

anyway, some very nice stuff. continued success to you and wife. 8)
GOOD BYE CRUEL WORLD

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Post by docta » May 2, 2008, 3:37 pm

Thanks LA, much appreciated.
Terry, we're working on your rotisserie set-up now, should be finished by the time you get home.
Thanks to all...

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Post by docta » May 20, 2008, 7:57 am

Created for our Quik-Fire good guy Khon kaen customer, Big Dave.
Fine handcrafted stainless barbecuing accessories w/beautiful moisturizing/wood chip smoking pan for Dave's SS Master Deluxe.
For those that may be interested, this stainless accessories set-up; 2500B.
Thanks for taking a look...

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Post by docta » June 8, 2008, 6:36 am

Finally...

Sawitta showing off her Quik-Fire first production rotisserie set-up.
Strong 10k rated motor mounted on a three burner Big Mac model.
Made for the good guys, Terry & Mary Ann, in Khon Kaen.

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Post by Bob4you » June 14, 2008, 8:10 am

How much is this one with rotisserie?

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Post by docta » June 14, 2008, 9:05 am

My Avatar full picture, as some have asked about it.

It's not my rig, but I just love this high performance radical stuff.

My best,
Doc

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Big Mac BBQ w/Rotisserie set-up in pic on page 3

Post by docta » June 14, 2008, 11:23 am

Bob4you wrote:How much is this one with rotisserie?
Nice to hear from you again.

Price for rotis set-up & Big Mac BBQ in picture, on page 3;

16,495 - Big Mac
3,300 - Motor & stainless Rotis set-up
19,795 - Total

We recently sold the one in picture to a family in Khon Kaen, our first production model.
I just called them again for the second time to check in and ask how the rig was working out.
Both times they replied they were, very, very happy with it, so it looks like were in biz with that model & rotis.

Thanks again for inquiring.

Our Best,
Doc & Sawitta

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Post by docta » June 18, 2008, 9:02 am

More Recent & nice feedback from our Quik-Fire Customers.

Hi guys if anyone is chasing a great BBQ in Thailand, I bought one from a really cool guy in Udon Thani about 3 months ago.
His BBQ are great quality, and will send them anywhere around country, and Doc is a good guy to boot.
http://www.gasbbqthailand.com
I’m an Aussie, and BBQ’s are a part of our culture, it took me a while to find anything decent in Thailand.
Good on ya mate, keep up the good work.
You have a great product there.

Rick – Udon/Lao

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Hello Doc

Thanks for the great effort in the workmanship and the timely delivery, you could not have made it more simple!
I have not seen the BBQ yet, but from what Junya has told
me, she could not be more pleased.
I will be sure to recommend you to the other ex-pats in the area and hopefully I can generate some additional business.

Yes, I definitely have hit the jack pot with Junya, no horror stories here, just pure delight!
I have the utmost respect for the people of Thailand and Junya is a shining example of just how wonderful the Thai people are. I am sure you feel the same way and are as equally blessed as I am!
Good luck to you and Sawitta in all that you do!

Thanks
J.M. - Phuket

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Post by docta » June 26, 2008, 4:51 pm

Hello to all,

We at Quik-Fire are happy to display our first original designed and hand crafted, Counter Top BBQ.
This unit was created for a restaurateur in Hua Hin, measuring 80x80cm, with a 70x50cm bbqing grate.
More than simply a BBQ, it’s a tasteful creation for the eye to behold in stainless steel.
The top is so well balanced; it will stand half open on its own.
Enjoy & take care...

Our best,
Doc

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Post by The Farmer » September 19, 2008, 11:35 pm

Hi Doc,

Today there was a customer,asked for your stainless version,
but he like to have some details made of brass.What's that?
He told me something like gold.Wow.
A golden Grill.Sounds,he had a PUT on AIG :D
He come back tomorrow.Maybe.
Able to do?
Regards Nobi

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