Sunday, January 26, 2014


This grill is suitable for smaller spaces and less cooking.  It is perfect for someone who rarely needs to cook more than a couple of steaks at one time.  I did get 12 burgers on it so it isn't tiny, it is convenient.   Firing up one burner the grill doesn't seem to cook any faster than non-infrared.   Firing up both burners on high and you get up over 550 degrees rather quickly.    The fit on the actual grill pieces could be better.  Cleaning it is a bit troublesome.  You have to pull the grills out to get to the tray underneath which is where you get half of your "infrared" cooking.   I like the grill having the tray under the grills.  That means all the goop that usually falls down into the burners and eventually clogs the burner and causes failure remain on the tray.   That should give the grill a longer life. 

The yellow arrow points to where the grill does not fit well.  There
is too much play and you could nudge the grill down onto
the infrared tray. 
I did not like the open back on the propane tank storage. I spray painted the side of an old computer tower and used some magnets to hold that in place. It is open at the top so you still get air flow but it hides the unsightly tank.

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