Broil-Mate 4-Burner 712364H Review
THIS MODEL IS DISCONTINUED.
Broil-Mate’s 712364H is a mighty nice 4-burner for the money. Made by Onward Manufacturing, the same folks that give us Broil King, this grill is a great choice for those who want something better than bargain basement BBQ brands and are willing to spend a couple hundred bucks more for quality.
It has four 10,000 BTU stainless steel tube burners and a 10,000 BTU side burner with electronic ignition. The long lasting stainless steel Flavor Wave heat tents appear on many higher priced Onward models. Cooking grates are coated cast iron.
The hood is stainless steel with aluminum end caps. The control panel is also stainless. The cookbox is porcelain coated steel. Two side shelves come with built-in condiment bins and the cart consists of a double door enclosed cabinet. Our MSRP is for the LP model. It is available in NG for about $50 more.
Made in USA:
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Propane Gas, Natural Gas Capable
Heat Flux is the BTU per square inch and is a more useful measure of how much heat a grill delivers than BTU alone.
444 square inches
Mid-Size (about 21 burgers)
200 square inches
Published On: 11/20/2014
Last Modified: 2/22/2021
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