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Warm: $298 Cuisinart Deluxe Four Burner Gas Grill (398 online)

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Edmonton, AB

[Walmart] Warm: $298 Cuisinart Deluxe Four Burner Gas Grill (398 online)

Came across this bbq in store for $298. Shows up 398 online so $100 off. Decent reviews and Seems good quality for low budget grill if anyone looking for one.
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If you're upgrading your backyard, take a look at RFD Reviews' list of the best barbecues!
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Sep 14, 2018
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I bought the other day, but probably will save for next year. Reviews look great, supposed to be easy assembly too.
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Aug 15, 2004
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Richmond Hill
Have the 4in1 version, likely samething with cast iron grate and some added accessories. Great grill for $499, dual fuel, heavy, easy to assembly, no cold spot, just a tag under 500f real temp and every work as ad except the spark need some adj. Best sub $500 bbq I had used.
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Oct 6, 2007
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I used to buy these $3-500 BBQs every 4 or 5 years. I finally splurged on a Weber Genesis (Home Depot sale/apology/screw-up) for $560 10 or 12 years ago and I'll never go back to a disposable BBQ. I do a major clean every spring and it's like new again.
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Sep 14, 2018
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smacd wrote: I used to buy these $3-500 BBQs every 4 or 5 years. I finally splurged on a Weber Genesis (Home Depot sale/apology/screw-up) for $560 10 or 12 years ago and I'll never go back to a disposable BBQ. I do a major clean every spring and it's like new again.
For that price maybe.... I'm not dropping a grand on a bbq tho.
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Aug 2, 2015
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Westmount, QC
hingisfan24 wrote: For that price maybe.... I'm not dropping a grand on a bbq tho.
Just $3-500 every few years eh? Gotcha.
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Sep 14, 2018
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gdnimrod wrote: Just $3-500 every few years eh? Gotcha.
My last $300 six burner from TSC is on year 8.
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out of stock anywhere near Niagara/St.Catharines. Went to store and the floor model did indeed feel like a very large step above the 'Expert Grill' models. A lot heavier feel and no rattles. Too bad they didnt have one in stock
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Aug 21, 2007
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I'm on year 9 of my $200 bbq lol
I think the key thing to look for is an all-aluminum construction. Stainless steel, powder-coated steel etc will all rust quickly
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FWIW I had a Cuisinart bbq years ago (although it didn't look as fancy as this) and wouldn't touch another.
In the first year cdn tire exchanged it because the first one was falling apart immediately. The second one we held onto for a couple years and eventually it became unusable it was so bad. One of the burners knobs locked up and wouldn't turn, bottom was rotting, flames everywhere.
Having not learned my lesson, I bought a nexgrill after that. And had a similar experience, but over a longer time frame (yes, I actually had a better experience with nexgrill!)
This year I bought a napoleon and feel like I won't regret it. Night and day already.

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