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

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The SPG-410 is Sawtooth's smallest pellet smoker. Light weight, only 135 pounds, 35" wide x 22" deep x 50" high. The high profile hood has a 14" clearance which also facilitates use of an optional second shelf to increase capacity. The hopper is on the right and doubles as a prep shelf along with the flat top hood. Optional small prep shelves that attach to the front and left side are... Read More
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The SPG-610 is Sawtooth's mid-size pellet smoker. Light weight, only 149 pounds, 47" wide x 22" deep x 50" high. The high profile hood has a 14" clearance which also facilitates use of an optional second shelf to increase capacity. The hopper is on the right and doubles as a prep shelf along with the flat top hood. Optional small prep shelves that attach to the front and left side are... Read More
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The Southern Country 2 in 1 Water Smoker and Charcoal Grill, as the name indicates, can be used as a bullet style water smoker, or converted to a "lock and go" portable grill. The clever design allows you to remove the midsection, then place the lid on the base and turn clockwise until it locks. Grab the handle and go! When smoking, it is easy to add wood chips, chunks, or pellets with... Read More
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Weber calls their Ranch Kettle Charcoal Grill a "Weber kettle on steroids" and we won't argue. If you find yourself feeding crowds, there is a lot of cooking surface to work with here, 1,104 square inches to be precise. This is the big unit they use at the Weber BBQ restaurants.
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This smallest model will fit nicely in any back yard, but don't be surprised to see them popping up at BBQ competitions as well. Outside dimensions are 32" tall including the stack, 22.5" deep, and 22" wide. The cooking chamber is 13" high, 17" deep, and 16" wide.  There are 4 removable racks 16.5" x 15.5" separated by 3" and it comes with two extra shelf sliders for more flexible... Read More
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THIS MODEL IS DISCONTINUED. The Broil King Imperial 490 is the smallest model in their top of the line Imperial Series. These premium category BBQ grills are packed with useful extras offering quality plus bells and whistles for a reasonable price. The grill head is 430 stainless steel with cast aluminum hood end caps. Four 12,500 BTU main burners, a 15,000 BTU stainless rear rotisserie... Read More
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The Broil King Keg has been discontinued and replaced by the Broil King Keg 5000. Click here to read our review of the BKK 5000. The Broil King Keg is a high quality kamado cooker, at home in the backyard or hitched to a vehicle. It excels at smoking, roasting, baking and searing thin meats. While competitive brands charge extra for just about everything but the logo, The Keg comes... Read More
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The Broil King Signet 20 has been discontinued and replaced with Signet 320. The only change Broil King made to this best seller is the shelves. Click here for our review of the Signet 320.
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Unfortunately this fine little inexpensive grill has been discontinued. Broil-Mate 155364 Gas Grill is a throwback to the first gas grills which began appearing in the early 1960s and are still made by American companies like Modern Home Products and PGS. Back then, cast aluminum housings were the norm instead of stainless or coated steel. The aluminum cookbox retains heat and... Read More

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