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

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Looks like this one is discontunued. No worries, Nexgrill allways has a full line of low priced stuff. Walmart claims the MSRP is almost $600, but for you it's only $439.98. Four 12,000 BTU tube burners, a 15,000 BTU sear burner, 13,000 BTU rotisserie backburner with BBQ rotisserie kit and porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates. Made cheap to sell cheap, a lot of Nexgrill owners have... Read More
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THIS FIRST VERSION OF BULLSEYE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A STAINLESS STEEL MODEL WITH THERMOSTATIC CONTROL AND EXHAUST VENTS. In 2020 the company changed their name to recteq.
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This model was discontinued and replaced by Traeger's Junior Elite Smoker.
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This model was discontuned and replaced with Traeger's Lil'Tex Elite Smoker.
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VERMONT CASTINGS NO LONGER MAKES BBQ GRILLS Vermont Castings has relocated manufacturing from China back to the USA. The 324 Signature Series 3-burner gas grill has received a few decent reviews and VC touts it as "Rated #1 by a leading consumer magazine". But when we got under the hood at a recent trade show for a hands on inspection we were unimpressed. Fit and finish were decent, but... Read More
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It appears this model is discontinued. The Tailgater Grill pellet smoker by Blaz'n Grill Works their smallest model. The basic design is typical of many pellet smokers, but Blaz'n Grill offers a few unique features. Foremost is the easy clean burn pot which allows you to bypasses the task of lifting the greasy grates and drip pan to clean out ash. Simply slide out the burn pot with a... Read More
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The Blue Ember BE50057-564 Three Burner has 45,000 BTU total for the main burners and a 12,000 BTU side burner These are nice BBQ grills. Made in China by Canadians, but they may be on the way out for Onward Manufacturing's product line.
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Blue Ember offers a quality BBQ grill with some nice features. Good cookers made in China by Canadians. But they may be on the way out for Onward Manufacturing's product line.
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This system harkens back to Blue Ember's promise of innovation when they first introduced grills with digital electronics. The SonarQue Fuel Monitor puts a digital read out of your fuel level right on the control panel. It has a 12,000 BTU IR back burner and comes with a rotisserie kit. A built in BBQ smoke box is also included along with fold down side shelves with integrated cooking... Read More
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On October 8, 2015, Brinkmann filed for Chapter 11 under the US bankruptcy code.  The Brinkmann 28" Barrel Style Charcoal Grill is a generic device offered in similar versions by other manufacturers. This one is smallish and stripped down to the BBQ basics. It has an adjustable height charcoal tray, removable ash pan and porcelain coated steel grates.

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