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Push button ignition with infinite control burner valves, Great full size grill for small areas, Removeable folding work tables.

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Pros

Two burners allows for indirect grilling

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Compact size makes it ideal for small spaces (excellent for BBQ grill for apartment dwelling)

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Cons

Pretty expensive mini-gril (>$330)l. Worth it to get a larger grill if space isn't a concern

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Marketed as portable, but not really that portable (too tall, and pretty heavy: 83 lbs)

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Removeable folding work tables •  393 Square inch total cooking area with 21,700 BTU-per-hour input •  2 Stainless steel burners allow indirect cooking with 2 porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates •  Push button ignition with infinite control burner valves •  Great full size grill for small areas •  393 Square inch total cooking area with 21,700 BTU-per-hour input •  2 Stainless steel burners allow indirect cooking with 2 porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates •  Push button ignition with infinite control burner valves •  Great full size grill for small areas •  Removeable folding work tables

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Bumbleberry
02/26/2007 12:40

We have this BBQ and absolutely love it! We probably use it at least twice a week all year round. It is the perfect size for an apartment patio. (the little work tables on the side fold down if you are short on space), and it does a great job of grilling everything imaginable. We were considering buying one of the full-size Webers with the side-burners, etc, but we have no regrets about going with this one. The only thing I wish this BBQ had was a propane tank gauge so we would know when ours is nearing empty.

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