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Get all your cooking and grilling done with the Char-Broil 2-Burner Signature Convective Grill. This unit represents traditional grilling at its best. The char broil 2-burner grill has a durable stainless steel construction, removable grease pan, high-grade stainless steel burners and controllable cooking zones. It can bring out the master griller in everyone. The char broil 2-burner gas grill will come in handy during the hot summer months when everyone does the most outdoor cooking. Use this item to cook all the food for parties, cookouts, family gatherings and more. It provides an ample amount of space so that multiple things can be cooked at the same time. The Char-Broil 2-Burner Signature Convective Grill will make a useful addition to the rest of your outdoor furniture and accessories.
Easy to clean: removable porcelain-coated grease pan allows for easy cleaning and replaceability
Efficient design: stainless steel firebox includes removable high-efficiency stainless steel partitions
Top ported burners: stainless steel burners with improved durability allow for even heat cooking
Greater control: control each cooking zone with an improved zonal cooking system
Surefire electronic ignition: an electronic igniter means you can light all your burners with the simple push of a button
Dual fuel: equipped for conversion to natural gas
Char broil 2-burner grill will get the cooking jobs done quick Customer Reviews
Great little grill!
Perfect starter grill for my son and girlfriend for their apartment patio.David
worth the investment
The grill came in a 4 x 4 box which had a tape on the top warning that the box weighed over 70 lbs. When I opened it up I saw what contributed to this very heavy package. Each part was exactly and perfectly placed between the most beautifully crafted pieces of material which kept all parts out of contact with the other parts. My grill came perfectly intact because of superior packaging.
I thought the price was very high – certainly more than what I would be willing to pay for a grill – goodness I could lease a car for that price – then I started unboxing the pieces…. WELL, that opened my eyes and my attitude went 180 to the other side …. I am impressed with the construction …. The price makes sense now. You definitely get what you pay for, if you are willing to lay down 3 C-notes (and change) for a grill you will NOT be disappointed – this baby is constructed to last a good while. That was my first ah-huh moment the second v-8 moment came during the assembly process.
There is almost no plastic in this product and the sheet metal is polished not painted. All of the metal parts are of heavier-duty than any grill I've seen before. The stainless steel is like you would find in a commercial restaurant's kitchen's prep tables. The screws used for assembly are thick industrial-strength bolts. Even the door isn't the stamped metal I expected but more like a luxury car door. All of the working inner parts are all stainless steel and look like they will give many years of service. Even the knobs operated with a precision like you would find on a restaurant's gas stoves.
My only complaint is with the assembly book itself – here's a pop-quiz: What do these items have in common; Char Broil Product / Assembly Booklet and my Hoover vacuum cleaner? (hint: vacuum cleaner is a big clue). I put some of the pictures up in this review to show what I'm talking about – I don't get it – I would have gladly paid an additional $15 more if the instructions were actual instructions instead of a brain floss exercise. Or here's a novel thought Char Broil, put your QC and Training Management people to work and come up with a how-to-assemble using a CD vs a booklet? Or…. there is an up-and-coming website I've heard about – they call it youtube – apparently there are a lot how-to videos on that “new” website – just a thought Char Broil, anything is better than that kiddie coloring book you call “instructions”
The first 9 pages are standard warnings and legalese (i.e. “Some parts may contain sharp edges” or this one “Do not use charcoal or ceramic briquettes in gas grill”) that come with everything we buy today. The company using words AND pictures together, what a concept, making sure that everyone understands that if you do this or you don't do that well…. the company is not responsible – 9 pages written in English complete with drawn pictures. But wait there's more….. 9 pages written in Spanish complete with drawn pictures. But they're not done yet…. 9 pages written in French complete with drawn pictures. That's a total of 27 pages using the dual learning concept incorporating words AND pictures TOGETHER – what a novel idea that is and I hope you enjoyed those 27 pages because after that it's no-man-land. No more words just a bunch of pictures and arrows and….. I'm really confused by the box with a male silhouette and plus sign and another male silhouette …. what the ???? Is this an LGBT pc thing or …. I don't know. And why only male silhouettes, I'm a female and I'm putting this thing together. Char Broil this is the 21st century get with the program and drop the stero –typical male only bonding grilling experience. Remember what I said about my vacuum cleaner? You understand now….
SOME THINGS THAT I THINK ARE IMPORTANT SO I TYPED THIS IN BOLD FONT:
There are a whopping 134 individual parts in the box required for assembly. Do NOT take shortcuts thinking you can skip a step or move ahead a couple of steps. (I know, it is very tempting especially when you are forced to play Pictionary while trying to assemble your grill – DON'T DO IT – you will live but your grill won't) The whole process is designed to enhance and add to the previous steps. If you skip something, no matter how minor it may look on that Pictionary instructions that task may have a bigger responsibility than what you can see at that moment. HEED MY WARNING --- DON'T SKIP-TO-MY-LOU MY DARLIN'. Each part must be assembled in the proper order because often the next part mounts over or around that part and traps access to it again
Nowhere does it state what tools are required…oops keeping in step with Pictionary instructions I will rephrase …. I did not see any boxes with tool silhouettes anywhere, on any page. Just those mysterious male silhouettes (2 males) and a plus sign… I'm not exactly sure what those male shadows are supposed to be telling us, and how they fit in the process ….several ideas come to mind but since this is a family website I will keep it clean and you can let your imagination run wild. Back to what tools you will need; square Allen wrench would be ideal if you have one - if not then a standard Philips will work just fine. If you have different size Philips then make sure you have them close at hand – the screws have different size slots.
So, you have to ask yourself one question…. do you want to spend that much money on a grill? You will have to answer that question; each person has their own criteria to decide …. Is it worth it? I can tell you how I would answer that – remember I initially said “no” to the expense – but then… I actually saw it, touched it, used it and compared it to what I've researched at retail and in ads. There is no doubt this is a superior high-end product. It's only after assembling it and seeing the fit, finish and overall choice of materials that I can agree that this is truly a signature product representing the top of the line for gas grills. This item was sent as a free sample in exchange for my review.Spinach
Just finished assembling the Char-Broil Signature 2 burner grill. Had some issues with bent bottom shelf but company was quick to replace it. Assembly was easy, good manual, all holes were very well aligned, many rivnuts making all assembly very strong. Much easier to thread machine screws into rivnuts than sheet metal screws. Following assembly sequence as in manual is important.
I am using natural gas, easy to convert with a factory kit during the assembly, just remove LP nozzles from all valves and valve bezels.
I modified my grill by adding side burner using parts from Signature 3 burners stove. I am still waiting for the top cover which is on backorder. Required parts came from Char-Broil and from Home Depot. I used 3 x 3/8” male flare tee to branch off to side burner using stainless steel corrugated tube
First test was with hamburgers which passed flawlessly. Good heat distribution, a lot of heat.
In summary, I am impressed with unit and performance quality.GeorgeRa