Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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The Napoleon Rogue 425SIB is a smaller, slightly stripped down, lower cost version of one of our favorite gassers, Napoleon's Prestige P500RSIB. The three main burners are 12,000 BTUs apiece and each has its own "Snap Jet" electric ignition that lights up when you turn the control knobs. We like this Rogue's stainless steel guts: long lasting, high performance 7.5mm stainless steel rod... Read More
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Napoleon’s new TravelQ TQ285X is one impressive little clam shell style portable BBQ gasser, with some unique features not found from competitors. The collapsible stand is functional and solid, even Weber’s Q Series portable cart is rickety in comparison. Large wheels coupled with quality design and construction make the 285X an all-terrain tailgater that can easily be folded up and... Read More
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Caliber dubs their luxurious Rockwell gas grill, "the world’s first estate-scaled, 360 degree walk around Social Grill." They define, "estate scaled", as big grand and beautiful, right at home on the grounds of a magnificent mansion. There's a social element to all BBQ, but Rockwell goes a step further with a roll top lid that can disappear completely, allowing grillers and guests 360... Read More
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The Saber Cast 500 is an entry level model to the Saber line of gas grills. One could compare it to Weber's Genesis II LX grills in quality and price, although unlike Genesis II, Saber is a searing machine. This 3-burner cooker has some unique features based on patented infrared designs developed by Saber's parent company, Char-Broil. But Sabers are much more sophisticated and much... Read More
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PlaceholderWeber Genesis II E-335 Gas Grill
The 2019 Weber Genesis II E-335 three burner with sear burner, side burner and an enclosed cart is one nice gas grill! This is the latest iteration of Weber’s popular Genesis grill. In 2017, Weber rolled out two revised versions of Genesis, changing the names to Genesis II and Genesis II LX. We were among the many disappointed, particularly in the higher priced LX models. The whole... Read More
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PlaceholderGas grill on an outdoor deck on a sunny day. Shelves are attached to each side. A white LP gas tank is attached under the right shelf.
For 2018, Weber sticks to the basics with a revamped version of their popular, full-size, entry-level Spirit gas grill line. Like its predecessor, Spirit II is a workhorse that delivers solid performance and is easy to use, easy to clean and available in two and three burner configurations. Increasingly cuckoo for color, Weber offers Spirit in black, ivory, red, sapphire, exclusive... Read More
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The E-470 and S-470 are upgraded models in Weber's top of the line gas grill series, aptly named Summit. We had high expectations when Weber sent us a 2012 S-470 to test. With a few minor exceptions, we were not disappointed. It cooks beautifully and has great features that are clever, effective and easy to use. E models have black porcelain double cart doors and hood. S models have 430... Read More
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The name says it all. The American Muscle Grill is a high powered, super-sized gas grill with striking looks, made in the USA with top grade 304 stainless steel and solid construction. If power is what you crave, just turn the knobs. AMG's dedicated flame thrower ignitors at each valve crank up the five 22,000 BTU, 14 gauge stainless burners from zero to 350°F in minutes. When run flat... Read More
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PlaceholderStainless steel gas grill on a patio surrounded by beautiful foliage. Grill is loaded with food.
American Outdoor Grills, aka AOG, was introduced in 2004 by Fire Magic to provide an entry level product line and compliment for their luxury flagship models. Fire Magic makes some of the finest and most expensive bbq, gas grills available which explains why their "entry level" AOG grills sell in the range of most other manufacturer's premium models. Priced just above Weber's Summit... Read More
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American Outdoor Grills, aka AOG, was introduced in 2004 by Fire Magic to provide an entry level product line and compliment for their luxury flagship models. Fire Magic makes some of the finest and most expensive bbq grills available which explains why their "entry level" AOG grills sell in the range of most other manufacturer's premium models. Priced just above Weber's Summit series,... Read More

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