Uses four main burners, which ensures an even heating across the entire grilling surface. We love how it includes both an infrared side burner for specialty grilling, as well as a rear rotisserie burner. Automatic ignition system will give you a reliable performance.
Very pricey. Probably larger than what many need.
Stands our for its huge main cooking surface that can accommodate as many as 40 hamburgers. Excellent ignition system that works great for hundreds of lighting sessions. Includes an infrared burner for perfect searing of meat. Runs at an amazing 106,500 BTUs.
Far larger than what most people need. Very expensive.
Efficient design that makes this travel grill easy to carry anywhere. Runs from portable propane cylinders, which are easy to find in most hardware stores. Unlike most tiny grills, the heat will be distributed evenly across the entire cooking surface.
It's far more expensive than portable grills using charcoal.
Delivers a large cooking area for a built-in grill. Has 66,000 BTUs and five different gas burners. Stainless steel design looks great for a built-in grill area. Lighter works reliably over hundreds of uses. Includes an optional charcoal tray.
Not made as a standalone grill. May be too big for some people.
Having a cart with wheels attached to this grill makes it very easy to use. Offers two burners that distribute the heat evenly across the cooking surface. Cart and grill fold down to a very thin size, making it easy to store this model when not in use.
You're going to pay quite a bit for this model versus other portables.
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