That's the same Infrared Charbroil grill that I posted about, maybe 6-9 months ago. It cooks much faster, juicier (especially chicken breasts) and can get up to 700* to really sear a steak if you want. It uses about 25% less propane
to cook the same amount of food
as a similar sized (200 sq in) grill.
I think the build quality is excellent, it should hold up great, especially for only $110. Even if you do need parts
, Charbroil parts
are readily avail. and pretty cheap
Congrats, I think you're going to really love that grill!
Although I have a very nice, large stainless grill at home, i think I'm going to sell it on Craigslist and get the 3 burner backyard Charbroil Infrared model, they're only $250 from most places. The difference in flavor, juiciness and tenderness is worth it over a conventional flame grill. It has more of a charcoal cooked flavor. Not as much as a real charcoal grill, but somewhere in between propane and charcoal. The small amount of drippings that do come off the meat sizzle on the stainless grill and flavor the meat more.
My latest problem now is that burgers come off the grill so juicy, they completely soak the bottom bun and eating it becomes a very messy affair, but it far surpasses any 5 Guys or In n Out burger!