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Char-Griller Smokin' Pro Charcoal Grill

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product specification

  • Product Width: 29.000
  • Grill Surface Area: 580 sq. in.
  • Product Depth: 62.000
  • Assembly details: assembly required, tools not provided
  • Product Weight: 142.000
  • Product Height: 50.000
  • Power Source: Charcoal-fueled
  • frame material: Steel
Char-Griller Smokin' Pro Charcoal Grill is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from awesome once assembled I bought this grill earlier this month as a birthday gift for my husband. It took the two of us a little over 2 hours to put it together because the instructions are a little off. (The instructions tell you the wheels need to be on the other side of where the smoker is, and the pictures indicate the same thing. However, you can't screw the grill to the frame this way.) We had to Google YouTube videos to see assembly instructions just to make sure we were doing it right. But, once we got it all together, it works wonderfully! The only dislike was the assembly.
Date published: 2014-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addtion to your patio or deck If you built models as a kit, you can put this together, some patience is required, but should prove to be pretty easy. I've grilled for many years but have never smoked anything or cooked with indirect heat, if you love cooking and eating, you'll love this Pro Grill! I've done briskets, pork shoulder butts and turkeys from using the side box....OH MY GOSH!! I use this thing rain or shine, having a 10x10 canopy comes in handy :) There's plenty of space inside the large barrel grill, steaks, burgers, sausages, corn, potatoes, you name it, it all cooks, sea food, my wife knew she would benefit when she bought me this smoker/grill. Clean up is pretty easy, adjusting the temp is also pretty easy however, the temp gauge isn't dead on, so having an extra temp gauge might prove to be handy, I get close enough so I don't really have a problem with it. After 7 years of heavy use, I'm needing to replace the main charcoal grate, other than that, it has held up to some prime cooking. Pork butt has been my fave lately, 10lbs in my stainless steel pot fits in the grill while the fire box provides the heat. Marinating then cooking in amber ale beer, balsamic vinegar with a dry rub and 9 hrs later, best pulled pork you can get your hands on. I love this grill and my wife loves my cooking and you know what they say....happy wife, happy life :D
Date published: 2014-10-02
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