That's a lot of money for a disposable grill -- sorry, but any char-griller I've ever owned was built with parts that lasted about 2-3 years that were never again available because they changed their models so often. Otherwise, it looks very interesting. I believe a Traeger at the Costco roadshow is only about $100 more and I'd be much more inclined to go with that. Very interesting though and thanks for the post -- wonder what these will cost at the end of the season.
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