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    New gas grill

    I'm looking for a new gas grill. I like the looks of the Weber Summit 660 {if I remember the number right}. Any one have experience, seen something better, buy 4 cheap ones instead of one expensive one.

    All opinions welcome.

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    I recently bought a Weber Genisis 330 special edition. It is a great grill not as big as the 660 but it sure cooks great. These are the grills that you should purchase early in life, however the price scares you away, It is heavy, well built and you can get replacement parts and accessories. This is the grill you need to use 275 times a year, you have to eat out once in awhile.
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    If you are want to buy a grill you should buy Broil-King Monarch 40 that delivers both high, heat and gives you a lot of control. It might not look modern but Broil King has been making great grills for years. This model will give you plenty of space at 350 square inches or primary cooking area and a total of 520 square inches.

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    I used to have a great Broil Master but it was post mounted and stayed with the house. A few years ago I wanted another Broil Master but bought a Broilmaster Superb in all stainless steel. It has become a rusty burned out pos since then. I do know that I would never again buy a stainless steel grille but what about Broil Master's P Series ? A P3 maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edenbisdee7215 View Post
    If you are want to buy a grill you should buy Broil-King Monarch 40 that delivers both high, heat and gives you a lot of control. It might not look modern but Broil King has been making great grills for years. This model will give you plenty of space at 350 square inches or primary cooking area and a total of 520 square inches.
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    I purchased the Weber Summit 670, Nat Gas grill. Wow, I have never cooked on a grill as well as this one cooks. Great color, great flavor, cleans easy, have not had a big problem with food sticking, great temperature control. It has 6-10,000 btu burners, 1 searing burner, a burner for the smoke box, and a rotisserie infered burner. The only downside is the warming rack, it just doesn't seem like it's built heavy enough and would be nice if it was wider. On my old grill I would put a pan of beans up there while cooking burgers. This one won't hold it, at least not to where I would trust it and close the lid. It is pricy but worth it, I think.

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    I bought an older pristine Weber Silver. Little old lady owned it. She passed and bought it from an estate sale. It looked like it was only used a couple of times. I got it for $125. I can say that compared to the other low to mid level grills I have owned, Weber is worth it even at retail prices.

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