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Char-Griller Griglia a gas 3001 Grillin 'Pro 40, 800-Btu
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Il Grillin' Pro 3 e' l'equivalente a gas del Wrangler a carbonella, offre una grande griglia di cottura ed una seconda griglia basculante di riscaldamento.
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You'll ruin it, get black propane crap all over it. Don't don't do it, she won't like it, you might have to sleep in a bed that your not accustomed to, alone, filled with regret.
Only to be told I had to buy those parts and the one year warranty does not cover it. As a matter of fact it seem the warranty is nothing but a paper talk. Cooking Crate, pot stand, flame shields and hooks all become a rusted, yes screws and nuts as well - I lived in the same place for the past 20 years, and none of other grills I had owned ever experienced such rust.
I would not recommend this product, and happy to provide pictures upon request.
BTW, being a previous owner of Weber and lived in the same weather pattern location- Weber NEVER experiences the rust in as seen in the pics. Contacting manufacturers does not help as per my experience.
We own three of them. The first was purchased five or more years ago when we got tired of replacing other sheet-metal type grills every couple of years. A couple years ago, I did replace the gas jets and and the metal deflectors that go over them, but that's one advantage to the Char-Griller line, replacement parts tend to be available on Amazon or from the company itself.
This older grill sits in the open on an uncovered deck, and we're bad about forgetting to put the cover back on. Considering its age and the elements, there's very little rust on it, certainly none that would present an issue or threatens to cause structural failure.
We had such good luck with this grill, we purchased two more when we bought a couple of vacation rental cabins earlier this year. We're not afraid of nicks or dings because this grill is made of thicker metal than comparably priced competitors. One thing that could be improved is access to turning the gas tank on and off. The grill's upper support bracket on the wheel side is in a place that makes it awkward to reach the tank valve to turn it on and off. It can be done but, as I said, it's awkward. Guests at our cabins have complimented the grill provided.
Char-Griller grills are made in China.
Last weekend, we found a similar sized grill by Char-Broil on seasonal close-out at a big box discounter. Seeing the Char-Grillers have crept up a bit in price this year, we opted for the Char-Broil. I say this only to do some side by side comparisons. The Char-Broil seems to be a much lighter grade of steel, it heats up slower than our Char-Grillers, and it doesn't reach as high of temperatures, and doesn't seem to retain heat as well. If you preference is to grill in lower temperature ranges, the Char-Broil may give you more control in the 250 to 400 degree range. Because of the lighter grade of steel, we were cautioned by the purchase store's department manager not to carry the Char-Broil by its side wings. The Char-Broil came with caster type wheels, those on a Char-Griller are bigger plastic wheels on one side and make it easier to move the grill across a lawn. We're not so concerned about the Char-Broil grill being exposed to the weather, unlike the Char-Grillers, it will be kept in a sheltered area.
When not in use, we do (mostly) use the custom covers to protect our Char-Grillers outdoors. The newer covers seem lighter and more like vinyl. Our original cover, at least five years old, is faded, but has more of a canvas feel, and shows no signs of rips or tears, though it has faded from black to gray.
The Char-Griller 3001 is somewhat easy to put together (it gets easier each time I assemble one), but it can seem a slow and tedious task. If I recall, I only needed a screw driver, but a socket wrench might be helpful. Working at a leisurely pace, I may have spent two to three hours putting my last one together.
Overall, we've had very pleasing experiences with Char-Grillers (all ours have been the 3001 model), and expect those we have to give us years of service. Even our older one may have several more years of life left.
Other grills that look similar and are half the price probably have metal that is half the thickness. The paint is thick and seems to be lasting so far. It has a grease trap that works-- I line mine with tinfoil for easy cleaning. The only complaint I have is that I'd like a handle to drag it around with-- Lifting it by the side-table isn't comfortable because of the sheet metal edge. Assembly is a bit of a chore but I don't think its scientifically possible to do it any differently and still fit it in a box that would be affordable to ship.
Buy the cover for it. Its good quality.
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