I've had a lot of disposable $300 grills in the past. They all seem to last 3 years and then something burns out. When you try to fix it, you cannot get the part -- well, actually, I did get a part once for one of them, but it cost $100. I'm not saying that a $300 disposable grill is not a bad thing, but I've seen a whole lot of really old Webers -- it's the last gasser I bought and it's still with me. Gassers are really nice when you're working late, tired, and have your hands full.
Assistant to a Mad BBQ Scientist (and a squirrel): Primo Oval XL, Small Offset, Gasser, Optigrill, UBS
"I love everything about the pig, even the way she walks." -- Spanish proverb
(='.'=) This is the rabbit baby. Invests him in yours signature,
(")_(") and the help rabbit baby takes over control of the world!
Hmmmm, I wonder, WWGALD? Avatar courtesy of Grillman and NorthwestBBQ
Promoted by Bigabyte to "Idiot #1"