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

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The A540 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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The A430 is the smallest grill Fire Magic makes. It is offered as a drop-in or mounted on a cart or pedestal. A430 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame... Read More
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The A530 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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The A660 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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The A830 is a combo gas and charcoal side by side grill with thick, heavy 304 stainless steel grates. It consists of an A430, the smallest Aurora gas 2-burner, on one side and a matching charcoal grill on the other. The A430 gas side has 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids that blanket the burners for even heat distribution and two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More
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Echelon Diamond Series is Fire Magic's top of the line. The E660 is their smallest model, although with 660 square inches of primary cook surface we consider this a large grill. The stainless steel cooking grates are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More
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Echelon Diamond Series is Fire Magic's top of the line. The E790 is their mid-size model, although with 790 square inches of primary cook surface we consider this a large grill. The stainless steel cooking grates are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More
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The Green Mountain Grills Daniel Boone Choice is their most popular model. Green Mountain makes two lines of pellet smokers: Choice and Prime. The Prime models have similar names but include WiFi and several other extras. Even the Daniel Boone Choice includes some features not common in lower price pellet smokers and that often cost extra even in higher cost cookers.
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A Mid-Size, Mid-Price "Smart" Pellet Smoker That Just Might Win You Over If you haven't caught on to the pleasures of pellet cooking, the Daniel Boone Prime from Green Mountain Grills might be the one to light your way. It's their most popular model, a mid-size, mid-priced smoking and outdoor cooking machine with WiFi, a companion smartphone app, solid all-around performance, and more... Read More
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The Green Mountain Grills Jim Bowie is their biggest residential BBQ model. Green Mountain includes some features not common in lower price pellet smokers and that often cost extra even in higher cost cookers. There's a standard meat probe feature that reports the internal temperature of what's being cooked to the controller read-out, a low pellet alarm, a work surface on both sides,... Read More

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