Char-Broil TRU Infrared 3-Burner Gas Grill with Side burner

June 21, 2013 - Comment

The Char-Broil tru-Infrared� performance grill is a 3 burner dual fuel Infrared stainless steel gas grill with a side burner. It features a patented Infrared cooking system with 30,000 BTU stainless steel main burners, 3 grate level temperature gauges and a 13,000 BTU flush-lidded side burner. With 680 square inch of total cooking area, this

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The Char-Broil tru-Infrared� performance grill is a 3 burner dual fuel Infrared stainless steel gas grill with a side burner. It features a patented Infrared cooking system with 30,000 BTU stainless steel main burners, 3 grate level temperature gauges and a 13,000 BTU flush-lidded side burner. With 680 square inch of total cooking area, this grill can convert to natural gas easily with the dual fuel conversion kit, sold separately. Other features include a stainless steel lid, handles, and side shelves. This heavy duty, high end grill heats your food directly, locking in mouth watering flavors and juices, with no hot or cold spots or flare-ups. It’s the right choice for perfect grilling every time and also a great value.

Product Features

  • Award-winning TRU Infrared cooking system that provides seared in flavor, while keeping food moist and juicy
  • 500 square inches of primary cooking area and 180 with secondary warming rack
  • TRU stainless steel cooking grates with grate-level temperature gauges and porcelain warming rack
  • SureFire electronic ignition delivers a spark at every burner; Dual Fuel convertible with natural gas conversion kit (sold separately)
  • Measures 55 by 22 by 46 inches

Comments

B. Christensen "Frequent traveler, business o... says:

After first couple of uses, I am very impressed! I have always been a wood fire BBQ kind of guy – I like meat cooked over a *real* flame, and even charcoal has always seemed to me like cheating (though I’ve been using charcoal Weber kettle grills for 20 years). I never even considered a gas grill for myself for these reasons.For my senior Mom & Dad, however, the task of lighting charcoal, etc was too much hassle, so this past weekend I went out shopping for a gas grill for them. After going back and forth between three different home centers and Costco, I settled on this unit as by far the best “bang for the buck” in terms of build quality, performance characteristics, and ease of use for under $500. I seriously considered going up to the Weber Genesis, but for 50% more, I just couldn’t quite justify it. My requirement was good quality for under $500. At this price point, its all about QPR (quality price ratio)…After about a one-hour erector set project putting it all together (not difficult, just…

David Bigl says:

Very good grill for the money My girlfriend purchased this grill for me about 3 months ago and I have used it about 30 times mostly for steaks, chicken breasts, and hamburgers. It has decent size cooking area. I can cook 9 huge steaks at the same time. Unless you plan on having a lot of cookouts with more than 20 people there then it is plenty big enough (and even then it is adequate). It is very easy to regulate the temperature of the grill because of the thermometer at the grilling surface so once you find a temperature that cooks the food the way you like it, it is easy to duplicate the desired results with amazing consistency (when i grill steaks i heat up the grill to 650 degrees and throw the steaks on for 7 minutes on each side to get a good sear, then I turn the burners off completely until the temperature drops to 400, then I fire it up and put it on low and close the grill…it gives me a great sear on the outside and is extremely tender on the inside). I haven’t had a single flare-up…even on the…

Pastense11 says:

A Better Way to Cook The big advantages of this grill are even heating and flavor. Even low fat content hamburgers came out juicy and did not shrink. The manufacturer claims that it uses 30% less fuel and it does cook faster than open flame barbeques, but there is a full power 10-15 minute warm up and then another high heat period after you finish to burn off cooking residue so total gas use may actually be more than claimed.It does not flare up but the screens underneath the grills need to be cleaned or the heat output will drop off. This grill requires more maintenance each time than an open flame unit but it is worth it. Our previous Brinkman BBQ completely rusted out (burners, supports, firebox) after five years but we didn’t take very good care of itA couple of neat features are that you can rotisserie without a special burner, you can add wood chips without a smoker box and there are separate thermometers at grill height for each burner. This latter feature makes temperature…

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