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Old 06-14-2019, 07:36 AM   #31
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Having owned and cooked on the HB Gourmet for about a year, several years ago… I would have to say they are far from tank status. Very thin walled cookers with a lot of flex. Not saying they aren’t well-built, but the walls of the cooker are extremely thin.
Ah, good to know. Like I said I was just repeating what other people had said. Thx for the info.
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Old 06-14-2019, 02:24 PM   #32
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I've never seen a HB in person but I hear they are built like tanks.

What's weird is a HUGE percentage of people who I've met that own them say they are the best built cookers ever but when I ask follow up questions, I find out they never really use them that often. It's really weird. I'm guessing they must be a little like offsets. Fun to use but not typically a "daily driver." I could be wrong though. They sure look sweet.
I’ve been cooking on a HB pretty much every week for the last 20+ years. They are great grills but do have limitations. As far as grilling goes it’s great, but for smoking it’s certainly limited.
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