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Unread 02-01-2014, 08:03 PM   #4
OakmanNZ
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I agree. I have found it very user friendly and it maintains the heat really well. I like the fact that it can raise or lower the coals and get that heat pumping or have it as a more indirect roasting heat. The chimney makes it look very American. Not anything you could get over here normally and I love it. I also like that the three grills are easily removable and only $20 to replace is one gets damaged.

From new it did need a lot of tightening of the nuts and bolts but this settled down after about 4 or 5 uses. A lot of manufacturing grease came out on the first 2 grills too so I pretty much just cured the BBQ the first grill and then fired it up again to removed the remainder of the grease.

Very happy with it and it only cost under $240 NZD (under $200 USD)
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