High there. I was faced with the same problem, as the coil burner I bought from Germany a year ago broke. I really didn't want to spend another 30€ + shipping on another one so I decided to give a try to a coil griller. Like this one:
I bought a 1500W one because it was the smaller one. There was a 2400W but it was way too big for me. It works good with a wind cover over the coals, takes 8-10 mins to light a brico.
But the important ting to do is to buy a burner with a coil, the flat top burners will break if you put coals on them